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Wilson Borough firefighters rescue
woman from burning car at Phillipsburg gas station
Published: Friday, March
30, 2012, 1:29 PM Updated: Friday, March 30, 2012, 8:56 PM
By Tony Rhodin |
Wilson Borough firefighter Mark Cooke, who was stopped Friday morning at the traffic
light in Phillipsburg’s Union Square, saw a car burning in the adjacent US gas
station. Cooke and firefighter Charlie Wacik rushed to help a woman out of the
car, according to Phillipsburg Fire Chief Rich Hay
Off-duty Wilson Borough
firefighters Mark Cooke and Charlie Wacik were waiting late this morning at the
traffic light on South Main Street in Phillipsburg
when they saw smoke coming from a car at the adjacent US Gas station.
Cooke initially thought it was just car exhaust. Instead it was a car fire
that, as it quickly grew, began to panic people at the station.
The friends pulled into the lot as smoke from the car — parked at a pump –
“I saw there’s a lady still in it,” Cooke said shortly
afterward, adding he was shocked. “I’m like, ‘We’ve got to get her out
The pair pulled the elderly woman out of the car unharmed but shook up, he
said. She was checked out by an emergency medical services crew.
“We got her out of the car just in time,” he
The first call on the fire came in at 11:16 a.m. Phillipsburg
fire Chief Rich Hay said the fire was caused by mechanical issues with the car.
The car fire was just smoky at first, but then the Wilson Borough firefighters
saw flames, Cooke said
Cooke said he and Wacik, who both live in Wilson, used chemical fire
extinguishers from the borough station and Cooke’s car to keep the fire under
control until Phillipsburg firefighters arrived. They also made sure the gas
pumps were turned off.
The off-duty firefighters had no protective gear in the car, but Cooke said
that didn’t matter.
“We just sprung into action and did our thing,” Cooke,
39. said. “It is what we’re trained to do. We don’t really think about
Cooke said the entire endeavor was just “standard
“We’re just glad to be able to make sure she was OK,” he
Phillipsburg police also
aided in keeping the fire from getting out of control, Cooke said.
Hay, the town fire chief, said he did not have the woman’s name to release.
Town police did not respond to calls for comment.
Attention Wilson Borough Residents
You can now pay your Sewer/Garbage Bill and Wilson Borough Real Estate Property Tax on line with a credit card. Just click here to enter the Official Payment web site. Click the “Local Payment” box , then the State, and Wilson Borough in the “Entity”box. Click on the Payment Type which will reveal the payment to be made. From there follow the instruction for each page. It should be noted that there is a fee for this type of payment. To determine the credit card payment fee click on the Fee Calculator link and follow the instructions
Congratulations to Officer Chris Mehan on being appointed to the position of full-time Detective.
His appointment leaves a position available as a full-time officer.
Pictures From The 2012 Borough Wide Yard Sale CLICK HERE!!!
At Meuser Park on Saturday August 17, 2013 From 8:00 to 1:00 PM
Bring your unwanted treasures and a blanket or tables to sell them on.
Meet your neighbors.
Free 15 x15 Space to Setup and Sell for Wilson Borough Residents.$10.00 per space for non-residentsTo Reserve your space now
Download the application form here
Borough Wide Yard Sale Application and return it to:
Borough of Wilson
2040 Hay Terrace
Easton, PA 18042
Deadline for applications is Wednesday August 14, 2013
Call the Borough Office at 610-258-6142
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