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UPDATED: Audubon Fire Department and Other Departments Respond to Brooklawn House Fire

UPDATED/CORRECTED

Mt. Ephraim Fire Department (Dec. 24, 2021) post--Earlier today, at 9:30 am, your volunteer firefighters were alerted to cover Gloucester City Station 51 from Mount Ephraim Fire Department Station 45 while the Gloucester City Fire Department operated at an “All Hands” fire in Westville. While members stationed at our firehouse covering a large area of surrounding towns, your firefighters were alerted to a reported house fire (400 unit block of Chestnut St.,) in Brooklawn with reports of people trapped.

Within seconds Squad 45, under the command of Captain Herrmann, was out the doors and responding with a crew of five. Fire Dispatchers on duty at the Camden County Communication Center advised responding units that police arrived on location and had heavy smoke showing from the dwelling.

Within eight minutes of the first 911 call, Squad 45 arrived on location with smoke showing from a two-story single-family dwelling. The crew established a water supply and stretched a 1.75 handline and began fire suppression. Crews operated on Christmas Eve for 3.5 hours to extinguish the fire. Thank you to our dedicated members who took time away from their holiday and families to assist our surrounding towns. The Department would like to wish the residents a happy and healthy holiday!  A GoFund page has been set up to help the Coyle family, click here

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BROOKLAWN, (December 24, 2021)(CNBNews)--There was a house fire this morning around 11 AM in the 400 unit block of Chestnut Street. The cause of the fire is not known. Also on hand were the following fire departments: Mount Ephraim, Brooklawn, Deptford, Bellmawr, Gloucester city, West Collingswood Heights, Audubon Park.  A GoFund page has been set up to help the Coyle Family, click here

Images of the fire were provided by the Audubon Fire Department. 

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Earlier this month, on December 8, volunteers of the Audubon Fire Department responded to two other dwelling fires in Haddon Heights. One in the unit block of First Avenue and shortly thereafter to a house fire in the 100 unit block of Carlisle Road. 

Besides Audubon other volunteer fire department on hand at these fires included Audubon Park, Haddon Heights, Mount Ephraim, Oaklyn, Westmont and MEPRI EMS. 

The Audubon Fire Department volunteers provided the attached images

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