New Jersey Firefighters Battle 4-Alarmer

A four-alarm building fire sent Winslow Township, New Jersey firefighters into action on May 19.

The Winslow Township chief arrived to report a well-involved commercial building, and to immediately request a second alarm and additional tankers to the scene.

Additional crews were sent to the scene and assigned to fire suppression.

Chief Joseph Jackson and company photographer, Dominick Jackson arrived and were assigned the division "B" side of the building.

Firefighters quickly went to a defensive fire attack as conditions worsened and the fire went to four alarms.

Mutual aid companies were called in from Atlantic, Camden and Gloucester Counties. No injuries were reported.

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