Search
  • Admin

Working House Fire


On Saturday, November 13, 2010, just after 9:00am, the Pequannock Township Fire Department, First Aid Squad and Police Department responded to the report of a working house fire. Upon arrival, fire crews found a large volume of fire visible at the rear of the structure. The fire, under the command of Captain Christopher Bell of Company One, was quickly brought under control through a coordinated interior attack. Mutual aid to the fire scene was provided by the Riverdale and Pompton Lakes Fire Departments. There were no injuries, and three family cats were rescued from the home.

http://www.njfirefighting.com/forum/topics/pequannock-firefighters-make

http://www.1strespondernews.com/webpages/news/DisplayNews.aspx?PT=state&state=NJ&ID=30fa5bd5-3d20-4faa-9531-02e203b62251


20 views

Recent Posts

See All

Working House Fire

Crews were dispatched to a working house fire in the township on Wednesday, November 20, 2019. The house, which was under construction at the time, had damage starting in the basement and into the fir

Bedroom Fire Quickly Extinguished

An early morning bedroom fire was quickly extinguished when interior crews found fire in a upstairs bedroom on Terhune Ave. The carpeting and bedding were extinguished and removed from the residence.