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Fri. Feb 16th 2018
Congrats

It is with great pleasure, that the Woodbury Fire Department wish Career Firefighter Randy Ballinger and Firefighter Brad Vol...

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Thu. Feb 8th 2018
1st Due 2nd Alarm

Just after 05:00 hrs station dispatched to 600 block of Mantua Pike (Barlow Buick) for structure fire. Woodbury Police arrive...

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Tue. Jan 30th 2018
1st Due House Fire

Just after 07:30 hours station was dispatched to 700 blk of N Broad St at for a reported Dwelling Fire. FM5 arrived with fire...

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Woodbury Fire Department
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Woodbury, NJ 08096
Non-Emergency: 856-845-0066
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