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Millville Fire Department responded to the scene at about 11:20 and were assistance by Vineland Fire Department Station 2, Laurel Lake Fire Department and Millville Rescue Squad. The woman and her.
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"It lit up like daylight," he recalled. "My wife called 9-1-1." Assisting Millville Fire Department were units from Laurel Lake, Heislerville, Downe Township, Bridgeton, Vineland, Gouldtown and.
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Hess said the fire department was called around 11:30 a.m. and were back in the firehouse by 1:30 p.m. “We were busy with another call, so we had Gouldtown and Laurel Lake standing by at our station.