Firefighters Subdue Audubon House Fire, None Injured


An all-hands call brought companies from 10 communities to a residential street in Audubon Friday evening. No one was hurt; the cause remains under investigation.

By Matt Skoufalos | March 4, 2022

House fire on Oswego Avenue in Audubon, 3-4-22. Credit: Matt Skoufalos.

First responders from nine Camden County communities joined the Audubon Fire Department in putting out a house fire in the unit block of Oswego Avenue Friday evening.

Audubon Assistant Fire Chief Jim Broderick said firefighters arrived on the scene before 8:30 p.m.

There, they encountered heavy fire conditions from the rear of the property that also extended to the garage, he said.

Broderick estimated that crews worked for at least an hour to bring the fire under control.


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No lives were lost nor injuries sustained in the effort.

House fire on Oswego Avenue in Audubon, 3-4-22. Credit: Matt Skoufalos.

As of Friday evening, investigators were still working to determine the cause of the fire.

Those joining the Audubon Fire Department at the scene included first responders and firefighters from Audubon Park, Bellmawr, Collingswood, Gloucester City, Haddon Heights, Haddonfield, Mount Ephraim, Oaklyn, and Westmont.

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