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Last night the in house duty crew participated in annual SCBA training. This year's training consisted of zero visibility hands on equipment recognition. During this team building evolution teams worked together to locate the parts and construct an SCBA in zero visibility. This video shows just what the firefighters saw and heard during this drill.
The Vincent Fire Company and Hampton Lakes Vol Fire Co are beyond thrilled to announce that our combined team placed 1ST during the Annual Burlington County Explorer/Junior Firefighter Competition held today. The hard work and dedication of our enthusiastic group of young men and women came to fruition as they conquered every challenge faced with true professionalism. #vincentfire171 #hamptonlakesfire. #southamptonsfinest
Yesterday several members participated in Relay for Life of Medford as part of team Firefighters for a Cure. They walked in the Relay wearing full turnout gear including SCBA and even took part in a Zumba class. Good job to our guys and ladies for your continued hard work and caring!
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Matt Hodder
· December 29, 2016
They are the best!!! I will always trust them to me on the scene
Susan Ryan
· July 9, 2016
Great triathlon today. Thanks for letting us spend the night behind the firehouse.
Kent Denton
March 7, 2012
It's interesting to visit your site, Chief. It brings back many memories.

Kent Denton

Just after 2:30am this morning Tender 171 was dispatched into Pemberton Township for a working house fire. Tender 1716 with a crew of 6 along with Chief 1710 responded on the incident. Once on location 1716's chauffeur worked to setup a water supply to the first arriving units. The rest of the crew split in half and went to the roof where they used an assortment of saws to cut through multiple layers of roofing while the other half of the crew went interior to open up ceilings and extinguish hot spots. Vincentown units cleared shortly after 5am. #vincentfire171

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More Tuesday night extrication training. Started a little late as 1710, 1711, 1712, and 1718 responded to a motor vehicle crash on route 70 but returned shortly thereafter as services were not needed. #vincentfire171 #wecutcars #therescuegoes

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Our next bingo event is coming up in less than two weeks! Make sure to mark your calendars!

Fri 6:00 PM EDTVincent Fire CompanyVincentown, NJ
49 people interested
Wed 6:00 PM EDTTabernacle Rescue SquadTabernacle, NJ
31 people interested

Hainesport Volunteer Fire Company Tender 3911, Rescue Engine 1711, and Chief 1710 are currently covering Tabernacle FIRE Co #1 while units are operating at a forest fire in Shamong.

The Vincent Fire Company supports all those that lost a loved one to Firefighter/EMS suicide. We remember. Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance


The Vincent Fire Company will be participating in this event tomorrow night at 9pm. Please show your support as we remember those from the Fire and EMS Services that took their own lives.

Fri 9:00 PM EDTGatlinburg Fire Department and any FD or EMS Org location.
60 people interested
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Tabernacle Rescue Squad

Shortly after 6pm this evening the volunteers of Tabernacle Rescue Squad were dispatched for a motor vehicle accident report at Rt. 206 and Cramer Road. Our se...cond rig responded, as our duty crew was handling another call. 4300 (Tabernacle Fire) arrived and reported the one patient to be heavily entrapped and upgraded the assignment to a Rescue. Rescue Engine 1711 (Vincent Fire Company) was requested as they were already on the street for an unfounded accident in their township.

Rescue 4399 and 1711 arrived almost simultaneously along with 4312. Crews from 4399 and 1711 worked together to extricate the patient. The crew of 4312 pulled a hose line and stood by to provide fire protection for the rescue crews. 1723 (Hampton Lakes Vol Fire Co) provided a LZ which was luckily not needed.

1783 (Hampton Lakes Emergency Squad) responded as our 4th ambulance while our duty crew returned to the scene from the hospital. Shamong EMS responded to another dispatch in our township that our duty crew eventually handled after being released from the accident scene. Virtua paramedics and command staff also responded.

Fire police units from Tabernacle Fire Co. No. 1, Hampton Lakes Fire, Medford Lakes Fire Department, and Indian Mills Volunteer Fire Co. provided traffic control.

We thank these mutual aid units for their assistance as your volunteers worked to handle 3 simultaneous calls in the township including the rescue assignment. #RescueEMS #teamwork #hometownsquad #bluecrew

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**Happening now**. Rescue Engine 1711 is currently in-service extricating a patient from a motor vehicle crash on Route 206 in Tabernacle Township along with units from Tabernacle.

Going along with this month's training theme, crews are working on extrication techniques during tonight's duty crew. #alwaysoncall #vincentfire171 #wecutcars

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An article from the Pine Barrens Tribune about our room dedication for longtime member Frank Chappine.

“This guy has been here as part of this fire company for an insurmountable amount of years. You don’t get that commitment nowadays."…

Vincent Fire Company members, families, and friends gathered recently to honor Frank Chappine, who has continuously served the fire company for more than 50 years.

NJ School of Music playing at the Arts in the Village Festival at the Vincent Fire Company. #vincentfire171


The NJ School of Music is getting ready to rock. It's been many years since a band has been setup in our station. Come on down and check them out!

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Everyone is starting to setup for the Arts in the Village Festival today. Come on down and check things out. Everything starts at 9am.

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Due to the rain, Arts in the Village Market Day on May 13th has been moved to the Vincent Fire House on Race Street starting at 9 am until 3 pm.

Also, the Southampton Historical Society's Geranium & Bake Sale will be moving to the old squad building on Race Street across from the Vincent Fire House.

The Ribbon Cutting of the 69 Main Street Park will occur at 9am rain or shine.


The Boy Scout Car Show has been postponed until June 24.

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