12 hours ago
Even with the high temperatures this past week, crews have to be ready when called upon.
Yesterday, crews responded to a dwelling fire in Mount Holly Township. Today, they responded to Hainesport Township for a garbage truck on fire. ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
The Westampton Township Emergency Services would like to thank the Mayor, Township Committee, and Township Administrator for approving the purchase of a new Rescue Engine.
The truck is expected to be delivered in 2020. ... See MoreSee Less
So glad Chief Farnsworth pushed for the new truck. We sorta now have two trucks, one that is in the shop more than available and the other is 15 years old. I doubt there are too many of us who keep our cars for 15 years and expect it to not have any problems for 5 Additional years. Colors don’t put out house fires, working dependable firetrucks and the firefighters do.
With the lemon-lime lemon of a fire truck..I'm happy with red. Best of luck boys, now let's get a firehouse thats built big enough for all our brave men and women that isn't falling apart!
Congrats well deserved
We always did things our way,guess now we have to keep up with the Jones's.not a fan of the color change, chief 1986-1989.be safe everyone go's home at the end of their shift
Congratulations But we started company in 81 with Lime Green trucks. Every time I see one on the road I say that's Pop pops fire dept.I'm happy for you guys but sad for the changes.
Awesome and a red truck? My 2 year old may have a tantrum! He loves your yellow trucks
Jesus Christ people it’s a color not Allah!
Been red for years now....
It would be cool if Santa could deliver it!
Congrats Sta 27
Replacement or gonna keep the old one as a reserve?
Going red? Wow big change!!
Once again, what color. My vote lime
4 days ago
The WTES is saddened to announce the passing of Jake the Dalmatian. He was our first fire station dog. He was 10 years old and enjoying the retired life in Florida.
Jake was a joy to each member of the station, to all the children he helped spread the message of fire prevention too and families that he interacted with!
We will miss you Jake!
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I remember Jake as a little pup, time really flies, thanks for everything Jake...😊😇
This is so sad! Sending my sympathy to everyone who loved & cared for Jake! What a loyal dog, friend & part of the fire department! 🚒🐾
RIP Jake, Braylon and Brooklyn loved you! You are a special pup and will be missed...
Rest easy Jake, your work is done now, God bless you, <3
Sorry for your loss prayers to you all at Westampton emergency services
RIP Jake you will be miss
Rest in peace, Jake. You will be missed greatly.
Rip Jake. You will be truly missed.
So sorry for your loss!
Rest in peace buddy 💔💔🌈🌈
That is a shame. I am sorry to hear that. My Father took my son Jake to the firehouse to see Jake the fire dog every week. We are glad we knew him.
Thank you for your service... sending love and light, sweet boy
RIP Jake! Love you buddy boy!
Rest In Peace Jake.
So sad to see this 😭😭😭
I’m so sorry for your loss
RIP Jake , such a sweet dog 🐶
Rest in peace, Jake
Oh I’m so sorry! He was a great dog!!
My sympathies on your loss
RIP, Jake, my boys remember you fondly.
5 days ago
Join us to say goodbye to Summer while running though Westampton’s largest sprinkler!!!
Kids of all ages are welcome!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Fun time, great fireworks. Thanks
Great family fun time!
Thank you we had a nice time!
It was very nice tonight :) had a good time. fireworks were great too!
Thanks Westampton Township Police Department!
Missed it i dozed off.
Over the last two days crews have been conducting training on roof operations at the Wawa at Springside Road and Woodlane Road before it is demolished in the coming days .
We would like the thank Wawa for allowing us to train on the building to help our members become more proficient in their job. ... See MoreSee Less
Today we trained on procedures for controlling Life Threatening Bleeding, and practiced using hemostatic gauze, pressure dressings and tourniquets. ... See MoreSee Less
Keep up the good work brothers and be safe out there
We did that too
Earlier today, Westamton Township Emergency Services Ladder 2725 responded to Mount Holly for a reported apartment fire.
Crews arrived to find a house converted into 8 apartments with smoke showing and a report of people trapped. Ladder 2725’s crew split with one crew searching for victims and the other stretching a line on the fire. No victims were found.
Departments from through out the area responded to help fight the fire and remained on scene for about 2 hours. ... See MoreSee Less
Great job by all firefighters and emt
We really need more firefighters. When the whole crew is there, the fire house is empty if there is another emergency. With all the taxes collected from the warehouses, it should not be a problem.
4 weeks ago
The WTES would like to wish Lindsey Hustus a very Happy Birthday! Lindsey recently completed 15 years with the department earning life membership. Enjoy your special day! ... See MoreSee Less
Hey lindsey happy belated birthday
Happpy birthday!! Xoxo miss you
Happy Birthday Lindsay
Happy Birthday Linds
Happy Birthday, Lindsey !
Happy Birthday, Lindsey! Congrats on 15 years and life membership!
Happy Birthday Lindsey!
Happy Birthday Lindsey
Happy Birthday and Congrats on life membership
Happy Birthday !
And congratulations on your service.
Happy birthday lindesy
Lindsey happy birthday 🎉🎊
Great photo ! Happy bday Lindsey
1 month ago
We always enjoy visitors at the firehouse! But this was a first..... ... See MoreSee Less
Well done! Can you come get mine out from under my porch?!
Once they run in, they don’t want to run out!
Lol wants to join
Westampton Township Emergency Services added a new photo.
1 month ago
Today we trained on Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emergencies for when a system is leaking or malfunctioning, causing toxic levels inside a building. CO2 is commonly used in beverage delivery systems in restaurants and other establishments. ... See MoreSee Less
Very nice training
Westampton Township Emergency Services shared a post.
2 months ago
Please be careful in the sun or when outdoors!🔥The Heat Is On🔥
We had all winter to complain about the cold. Now it’s time to complain about the heat! However, these temperatures can be dangerous, especially for children, the elderly, and populations vulnerable to excessive heat. Know the signs and symptoms of heat related illness. You just may save a life! For more information visit https://www.cdc.gov/disasters/extremeheat/warning.html
Stay cool out there! Keep drinking water, even if you don't feel thirsty. Find a place with air conditioning to hang out such as a library or mall. For cooling center information call NJ 2-1-1 or visit www.nj211.org.
Listen to Weather Updates from the National Weather Service! For those living in Central and Southern New Jersey visit US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly http://www.weather.gov/phi/. For those living in Northern New Jersey and the New York Metro area visit US National Weather Service New York NY http://www.weather.gov/okx/.
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The WTES would like to wish Tom Harris a very Happy Birthday! Enjoy the day! ... See MoreSee Less
Happy birthday to you
The Burlington County Office of Emergency Management and Communities Active in Disaster (COAD) in conjunction with the Red Cross will have two distribution sites for “Clean up Kits” tomorrow for residents impacted by the flood waters. These kits are free of charge to the residents.
The distribution will take place Saturday June 22, 2019 from 12pm-6pm. One site will be at the Burlington County Highway facility 624 Pemberton Browns Mills Road, Pemberton, NJ 08068. The second site is at the Burlington County Public Safety Center, 1 Academy Drive, Westampton, NJ 08060.
An example of the supplies that may be in the clean up kit are :
Gloves ... See MoreSee Less