On Saturday June 10th around 3:00 PM a bartender at the Cabin Resturant on Route 33 in Howell, NJ noticed smoke coming from the air vents. He quickly evacuated the 20 people and workers and then called 911. The first due company,Adelphia Fire Co., found a fire that started in the basement had moved up the walls and was venting through the roof. Due to temperatures in the 90's firefighers had to rehab every half hour thus requiring exstensive manpower. Additional companies responding were Farmingdale, Freehold Borough, East Freehold, Colts Neck, Glendola, Freewood Acres, Squankam, and Earle Naval Weapons Station. EMS reponded from Howell,Farmingdale,Ramtown, Freehold and the MONOC paramedics. The Monmouth County Fire Marhsall, Howell Police, and the Monmouth County Sheriff's Communication Van also responded.
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06-14-2000, 01:37 PM #1Ed SulkowskiFirehouse.com Guest
Resturant fire- High temps
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