As firefighters spent the night fighting a wildfire in the Bass River State Forest, a family of workers from a local food truck joined fire crews at their base of operations at Pineland Regional High School to offer free meals to firefighters.

The Five Sisters Food Co. Truck report on Facebook that they have have been offering support to the firefighters....

We would like to thank all the first responders for keeping Little Egg Harbor safe. Please enjoy a meal on us for all of your hard work. We will be at the pinelands High school parking lot

6ABC is reporting that 70 firefighters with the New Jersey Forest Fire Service from around the state and about 150 structural firefighters from 39 municipal fire departments are working to protect the surrounding homes,

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Five Sisters Food Co., in the food truck business since 2011, is named for the five daughters of George and Libby Miller of Tuckerton, who have developed quite a reputation for their food at local food truck competitions.

But it is the goodwill efforts to help local firefighters that is winning the Five Sisters Food Co. Truck accolades this morning., as dozens of people have left comments thanking them for their generosity to the firefighters.

God Bless you for thanking care of our first responders and stay safe.

 

Amazing! Thank you for doing that for them! Love our community!

 

God Bless you for thanking care of our first responders and stay safe.

 

Amazing! Thank you for doing that for them! Love our community!

This is amazing ❤️❤️ we are so grateful for the firefighters who are in our driveway and street protecting our house

We would like to add our thanks and praise to the ladies from the Miller family for being there for the firefighters in the Five Sisters Food Co. Truck!

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