Camden New Jersey Firefighters Pull Hose Through a Minivan to Fight a Fire in a Dwelling

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Camden (New Jersey) firefighters extinguished a fire at an occupied dwelling in the block of 400 Chambers Street in Camden. The fire was close to extending to the cockloft but firefighters made an excellent stop. CFD crews had to navigate thru vehicles blocking hydrants during the incident, and at least one vehicle that was illegally parked in front of a fire hydrant ended up with a hose through the interior of the vehicle. Firefighters broke glass on both sides of a black Dodge minivan and pulled the hose through from one side of the vehicle to the other.

No occupants or firefighters were injured.

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