2015 Pancake Breakfast

Our annual Pancake Breakfast will be held on Sunday, March 29th! The event runs from 7 AM to 1 PM. For full details, please see our flyer.

Save the Date

Save the date! The Oaklyn Fire Department will be having an exciting event on Friday, March 20th! We'll have full details on the event soon, so please stay tuned for more updates.

Oaklyn Borough Tree Lighting

The Oaklyn Fire Department will be participating in the Oaklyn Borough Tree Lighting event this Friday, December 5th, starting at 6:30 PM.

For more information, check out our Facebook post here.

November 24th, 2014 - Training

On Monday night, OFD conducted further training at the vacant Barrington Travel property next to Amato Brothers. Topics covered were primary searches for trapped victims and "vent, enter, search" tactics. Thanks again to Amato Brothers for use of the building.

Pictures from the training can be seen on our Facebook post here.

November 2nd, 2014 - Audubon House Fire

The Oaklyn Fire Department responded to a house fire in Audubon today. Pictures from the incident can be seen on our Facebook post here.

October 29th, 2014 - Dave Aron & Paul Hartstein Street Naming Ceremony

Streets at the Camden County Emergency Training Center in Lakeland were named for longtime Oaklyn Fire Chief and Camden County Chief Fire Marshal Dave Aron along with the late Audubon Fire Chief and successor to Aron as Camco Chief Fire Marshal Paul Hartstein at a ceremony at the academy on Wednesday, October 29th. Emceed by current Chief Fire Marshal Paul Sandrock, speakers included other fire officials, State Senator Donald Norcross, and Freeholder Scot McCray. The event was attended by several hundred firefighters from around the county. At the conclusion of the ceremony, families of each then went to the appropriate street on the complex to unveil the signs.

Pictures from the event can be seen on our Facebook posts here and here.

October 10th, 2014 - Fire Prevention Open House

We will be having our Fire Prevention Open House tonight at our station from 7-9 PM. We will be doing live demonstrations, distributing fire prevention information, and handing out fun and educational items for the kids.

August 19th, 2014 - Touch a Truck Event

We were part of the "Touch a Truck" event in Audubon at the Chick-Fil-A this afternoon. It's an activity that allows for kids to see different types of trucks up close, not just fire trucks. Audubon, Audubon Park, Haddon Hts., and Mt. Ephraim fire trucks were also there.

To see pictures from the event, check out our Facebook post here.

August 9th, 2014 - Marine Welcome Home

Today the OFD assisted the Audubon Park Fire Department with welcoming home one of their members, Andrew Galiano, who is a Lance Corporal in the United States Marine Corps and served in Afghanistan. Also assisting with this detail were the Warrior Watch Riders, the Audubon Fire Department, Collingswood Fire Department, Mt. Ephraim Fire Department, West Collingswood Heights Fire Company, Westmont Fire Company, and Haddon Township Police Department.

To see pictures from the event, please see our Facebook post here.

July 8th, 2014 - Three Vehicle Accident

The OFD responded to a three-vehicle accident in front of the Wawa shortly after 1pm Tuesday. Our job is to take care of leaking fluids, like anti-freeze and transmission fluid, that leaks onto the highway and to provide a safe working environment for EMS personnel. We also assist EMS as needed. While nobody was pinned in their cars, it was best for EMS to safely package the victims for transport before removing them from their cars. None of the injuries appeared to be life-threatening, and six people were taken to area hospitals. The White Horse Pike was closed for about 90 minutes.

Remember, if you see an accident or fire anywhere, don't assume that somebody else has called it in. Make it a point to call 911 to make sure. Do not immediately start shooting video with your phone! That didn't happen here, but we hear of this happening all too much.

To see pictures from the incident, check out our Facebook post here.

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