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No Caption The Passing of Former West Whiteland Fire Chief Dave Jones

Lionville Fire Company, March 15

The Officers and Membership of the Lionville Fire Company offer heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Dave Jones, as well as our neighbors at the West Whiteland Fire Company.

Dave passed away on March 12, 2019. He was a Life Member of the West Whiteland Fire Company, joining back in 1962 as a firefighter. He served as their Fire Chief from 1986- 1993 and was currently serving on ... (Full Story & Photos)

Lest We Forget: Remembering the Pennsylvania Turnpike Tragedy March 9, 1998

Lionville Fire Company, March 09

March 9th is the 21th anniversary of the PA Turnpike crash that killed firefighter Dave Good and injured 9 others in the Line of Duty. Firefighter David Good was 38 years old and had 5 years of service as a Firefighter with Lionville Fire Company. He was survived by his wife Maryanne and two sons, Johnathan and Jason Good.

At approximately 14:18 hours on 3/9/1998, Lionville Fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lionville Fire Company , March 03

The Lionville Fire Company needs your help! In an emergency, every second counts. The ability to connect to a fire hydrant quickly is crucial. Help us, help you. If you see a fire hydrant covered in snow, please clear a 3 foot area on all sides of the hydrant. Thank you!... (Full Story & Photos)

Ice Rescue Training

Lionville Fire Company, February 03

This past week, Lionville Fire Company took advantage of the frozen conditions at both Jones Pond and Marsh Creek State Park, to complete some Ice Rescue Training. Members practiced a variety of different skills on how to rescue a person who has entered the icy waters.

As a reminder, no ice is safe ice. Use caution this winter around waterways and ponds.
... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption February 2nd....108 Years of Service!

The Lionville Fire Company, February 02

On February 2nd, 1911, a group of concerned citizens assembled at John Temple’s Store in Lionville to discuss the growing need for fire protection in the community. That very evening Thomas F. Ferry was elected as the first President of the newly formed Uwchlan Fire Company of Lionville, with George Acker as Secretary, and James Simpson serving as Treasurer. The first Trustees of the company were ... (Full Story & Photos)

Accident With Multiple Trapped

Lionville Fire Company, January 26

On Saturday, January 26th at 4:23PM, The Lionville Fire Company along with Uwchlan Ambulance (87) were dispatched to the intersection of Graphite Mine Road and Byers Road in Upper Uwchlan Township for an auto accident. Engine 47-2 responded, and was advised that there was between 4-6 subjects trapped in a vehicle.

Upon arrival, crews quickly began to extricate the patients from the vehicle. As additional ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lionville Fire Company, January 26

On Saturday, January 26th at 11:39AM, The Lionville Fire Company along with The Paoli Fire Company (3), Malvern Fire Company (4), East Whiteland Fire Company (5), and Kimberton Fire Company (61) were dispatched as part of the Chester County First Alarm Tanker Task Force to assist The Lower Providence Fire Company in Montgomery County with a commercial building fire.

Engine 47-5 assisted with shuttling ... (Full Story & Photos)

Hazardous Condition in Upper Uwchlan

Lionville Fire Company, January 25

On Friday, January 25th at 6:55PM, The Lionville Fire Company along with Uwchlan Ambulance were dispatched to the 700 block of Pennsylvania Drive in Upper Uwchlan for a reported chemical spill, with an exposure patient in a laboratory.

Upon arrival of emergency services personnel, the patient was decontaminated and transported to a local hospital for evaluation.

Lionville Volunteers worked with ... (Full Story & Photos)

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