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  • New Jersey Student Dies in Loft Fire

    News
    Posted: January 20th, 2003

    A Tufts University nutrition science major died yesterday apparently from careless disposal of a cigarette that turned her potentially illegal barn-top loft into a blazing deathtrap, sources said.


  • Bone Marrow Donors Needed

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    NorthJersey.com
    Posted: January 20th, 2003

    When firefighter John Lane decided to organize a drive to recruit bone marrow donors, he thought his efforts would help strangers. The fire department ... it's amazing what they do for each other,"


  • City Plans Special Meeting on Tuesday

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    MLive
    Posted: January 20th, 2003

    A $3 million investment loss attributed to poor market conditions by the head of Fire Pension Board actually stemmed from an improper investment


  • 1,100 are OK in school fire

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    New Jersey Journal
    Posted: January 16th, 2003

    No one was injured in the one-alarm blaze, which started about 8:15 a.m., before most students had arrived at the school


  • A Hint of Rebuilding Fatigue

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    New York Times
    Posted: January 16th, 2003

    Since the new designs for the World Trade Center site were unveiled to great fanfare last month, there has been no shortage of public discussion


  • Man, 72, Is Burned As Fire Destroys a Fulton Ave. Home

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    New Jersey Journal
    Posted: January 16th, 2003

    The blaze, which started about 8:10 a.m. in the 21/2-story building near Van Cleef Street, sent Firefighter Jose Zayes and Capt. Robert Halter to the Jersey City Medical Center for treatment


  • Ex-Ewing Man Falls To Death

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    Trenton Times
    Posted: January 16th, 2003

    A former resident of Ewing, N.J., set fire to two apartments in a downtown high-rise yesterday morning before plunging to his death from a 23rd-floor balcony


  • New Jamesburg Official Holds Wide Array of Jobs

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    East Brunswick Sentinel
    Posted: January 16th, 2003

    Morales, who is president of the Middlesex County Firefighters Association, acts as the borough’s current fire inspector and serves as a combat soldier in the Army Reserve


  • Tower Pays off for New Jersey Firefighters

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    Posted: January 15th, 2003

    Active volunteer firefighters could collect a stipend of $ 150 per month or more, drawn from the rent that several wireless communications companies will pay for the site of a 155-foot cell tower across from the department's firehouse.