Late Evening Blaze Damages Residence

Unit block of Evergreen Ave, Blackwood, NJ 08012

CASE #: 19-11190

On 3/8/2019, at approximately 23:07 PM, the Gloucester Township Police Department responded for a report of an active dwelling fire on the unit block of Evergreen Ave. Blackwood. Gloucester Township Police units arrived to find heavy fire coming from the roof. Gloucester Township Fire and EMS units responded quickly placing the fire under control. Fire units from Pine Hill, Lindenwold, Deptford, Runnemede, and Washington Township also assisted. There were no reported injuries and the residence was unoccupied. This fire is under investigation by the Blackwood Fire Marshal, the Camden County Fire Marshal’s Office, the Gloucester Township Police Department, and the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office.

This weekend marks Daylight Saving Time and we would like to remind everyone of the simple life-saving habit of changing the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Change the batteries when you change your clock! Daylight saving time starts at 2 a.m. Sunday March 11 when clocks are set ahead one hour.

Where there is smoke, there is fire which can spread quickly. Working smoke alarms give you early warning, so you can get outside quickly.


3/9/2019 4:32 AM 3/8/2019 11:07 hrs Captain Anthony Minosse

Inv. Labove #139/Det. Leach #161 and Blackwood / Camden County Fire Marshal

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GTPD-3-8-19 – 19-11190 Late Evening Blaze Damages Residence

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