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
Deputy Chief Keith Harrison Jr coming in from the first part of the Duathlon. Go Keith!
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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.
Kristina Diakos Gajderowicz
· November 22, 2015
Very welcoming company , even when your starting over, they help you to bring up your confidence
Kent Denton
March 7, 2012
It's interesting to visit your site, Chief. It brings back many memories.

Kent Denton

As the snow was falling Chief 1710, Rescue Engine 1711, and Engine 1712 were on the street for a reported MVC at Routes 206 and 70. After a search conducted by responding units from Tabernacle FIRE Co #1 and Vincentown with no vehicle found, the assignment was recalled. While heading north on Route 206 back towards the village, Rescue Engine 1711 was special called to Route 206 in Eastampton for a reported MVC with entrapment. The accident ended up being on Route 206 just north of the Mobile Estates subdivision of Southampton. 1711 arrived to find no entrapment and two minor injuries. BLS from Westampton Township Emergency Services handled patient transport. #vincentfire171 #snowseason

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Road conditions are rapidly deteriorating. This is the current condition at Routes 206 and 38 in front of the Vincentown Diner.

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