A fire that burned a vacant Atlantic City row home Saturday morning is “absolutely suspicious,” Fire Chief Scott Evans said.Firefighters worked quickly to contain the blaze at 181 Lincoln Avenue, and keep it from damaging the homes connected on either side.Both neighboring homes were evacuated.“This was called a second alarm immediately,” Evans said. “Flames were … Read moreFire that burned vacant Atlantic City home deemed suspicious
A large blaze displaced an Atlantic City family on Sunday morning.The family had already fled the home before firefighters arrived to heavy flames rolling out of the windows at 515 Melrose Ave., Fire Chief Scott Evans said.The fire began in a second-floor bedroom. Firefighters were able to contain the fire to the home, although some … Read moreSunday morning fire displaces Atlantic City family
A car was fully engulfed in flames in a Galloway Township parking lot Wednesday afternoon.The Pomona Fire Company responded before 4 p.m. to the area behind the Starbucks at Jimmie Leeds Road and Chris Gaupp Drive.Two pumpers brought the fire under control quickly, fire officials said.There were no injuries, Police Chief Donna Higbee said.