|Fri. Feb 17th 2017|
Cub Scout Pack 1721 Vist Firehouse
We were honored to have Cub Scout Pack 1721 of Woodbury vist us tonight.
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|Tue. Feb 14th 2017|
Firefighters recognize for a CPR save
On Tuesday evening Woodbury City Council took time out of their meeting to acknowledge the efforts of a few members of the Fi...
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|Wed. Feb 8th 2017|
First Due House Fire
Just before 4:30PM Station was alerted to 500 block of Lafayette Ave for a dwelling all hands operating. 501 and ladder 516 h...
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Woodbury Fire Department provides a professional level of community fire protection, prevention, and rescue services to the citizens and property owners within The City of Woodbury and surrounding towns, in order to prevent or minimize the loss of life, pain, and suffering property damage as a result of fire or other type of emergency.
The Fire Department's mission will be accomplished by effective use of its volunteer, career, and physical resources, in cooperation with other public agencies, utilizing available equipment, innovative techniques and available technology to provide a high level of cost efficient quality services.
We currently operate 2- Engines, A Ladder, 2-Utility Trucks, Technical Rescue Trailer, A Marine Unit, Kayaks, and a Chief & Deputy Chief vehicle.
LAST ALARM HAS BEEN RUNG
RALPH N. DAY 68 YEARS OF ACTIVE SERVICE
It is with deep regret the Friendship Fire Company announces the passing of member Ralph N. Day. Ralph Day served the Friendship Fire Company with 68 dedicated and active years. He joined the Friendship Fire Company August of 1949 and till this day Ralph still attended the annual meetings and the annual banquets along with strolling up for his credit for fire calls. Ralph started as a career firefighter for the city working for 33 years before retiring in May 1986 and was a volunteer for 34 plus years serving under 13 of the 23 Chiefs in the department. The fondest memories the young members have of Ralph would be just listening to his stories of his past, and arguing with his longtime friend Jimmy Neal. Keeping a smile on the member’s faces is was Ralph did best. Ralph was at the largest fire recorded in Gloucester County being the Belbur Trunk Fire (now Woodbury Mews). Ralph is the oldest and the longest active member in the Friendship Fire Company till this day. The members of the Friendship Fire Company and the Woodbury Fire Department express our sympathy to his wife Peggy who has been by his side every step of the way and the rest of his family. Funeral details will be announced once arrangements are set.
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