IHOP donates to Morris Plains Fire Department

Morris Plains Volunteer Fire Department Chief Kevin Rongo, IHOP Manager Mariella Mendiola and Assistant Chief John Downs

HANOVER TOWNSHIP — IHOP, located at 102 East Hanover Avenue, recently donated $1,000 to the Morris Plains Fire Department. IHOP also made a donation to the Cedar Knolls Fire Department.

Accepting the check from IHOP Manager Mariella Mendiola was Chief Kevin Rongo and Assistant Chief John Downs.

IHOP donated to the Morris Plains Volunteer Fire Department and Cedar Knolls Fire Department for their quick in responding to a kitchen fire that occurred at the newly opened restaurant.

Owner Sobhy Abdelhady said “We wanted to show our appreciation to the volunteer fire department for the job they did in putting out our kitchen fire, and kept damage to a minimum. If it weren’t for their quick response, the damage could have been much worse. We are very thankful for our volunteers.”

A kitchen fire at the Cedar Knolls IHOP occurred on Friday, November 23. IHOP. Mutual Aid departments assisted with response and manpower.

There were no injuries and everyone was evacuated safely by restaurant management.



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