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2018 Responses
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2017 553
2016 591
2015 519
2014 597
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2012 511
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2007 575
2006 661

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National Weather Service Alerts for Chester County, PA

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RIT & Tanker Assist To Caln Township

Lionville Fire Company , January 11

On Friday, January 11th at 7:07 PM, The Lionville Fire Company was dispatched to assist The Thorndale Fire Company (38) along with The East Brandywine Fire Company (49), Wagontown Fire Company (35), Westwood Fire Company (44), Coatesville VA Fire Department (76) and The City of Coatesville Fire Department (41) to the 500 block of Dogwood Lane in Caln Township for a reported house fire.

Rescue 47 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lionville Fire Company , January 04

The Lionville Fire Company's Operational and Administrative Leaders have been announced for 2019:

Fire Operations:

Fire Chief: Bill Minahan
Deputy Fire Chief: Michael Holmes
Assistant Fire Chief: Michael Esterlis
Battalion Fire Chief: Michael Chapman
Lieutenant: Michael Lam
Lieutenant A: Stu Solomon
Lieutenant B: James McFadden, Jr.
Lieutenant C: William Behrndt
Fire Police Lieutenant: Jack Sledgeski ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Farewell to a Friend....

Lionville Fire Company, January 01

The Officers and Membership of the Lionville Fire Company offer their heartfelt and sincerest condolences to our former Assistant Chief, Steve Senn and his entire family for the loss of their family patriarch, Steve Senn, Sr.

The Senn Family have been and continue to be good friends and extremely valuable contributors to the Lionville Fire Company… We ask that you keep Steve, the entire Senn Family ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lionville Fire Company, December 22

The Officers and Membership of the Lionville Fire Company would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We sincerely appreciate the tremendous support we have received from the community in 2018 and look forward to once again serving in 2019, which will be our 108th year.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Santa Is Coming To Town!

Santa Claus , December 15

We have just received this letter from the North Pole!


"Dear Kids,

I will be passing through the Uwchlan, Upper Uwchlan and West Pikeland areas on Saturday, December 15th. My reindeer are resting for Christmas, so my friends from the Lionville Fire Company will be giving me a lift. I do not know exactly when we will be passing by your house, but just listen for the sirens! I will not have your ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lionville Fire Company, October 29

At 3:24AM, on October 29th, Lionville Fire Company, along with West Whiteland Fire Company, East Whiteland Fire Company, Downingtown Fire Department, East Brandywine Fire Company, and Uwchlan Ambulance were dispatched for a residential fire in the 1500 block of Worthington Dr. Reports from the Uwchlan Police Department, stated that one victim was trapped in residence. Assistant 47, along with Assistant ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lionville Fire Company Open House

Lionville Fire Company, October 11

National Fire Prevention Week is October 7-13th.


This year’s FPW campaign, “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere,” works to educate people about three basic but essential steps to take to reduce the likelihood of having a fire––and how to escape safely in the event of one:

LOOK:

Look for places fire could start. Take a good look around your home. Identify potential fire hazards ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lionville Fire Company, October 01

Our next Blood Drive for the American Red Cross, will be Monday, October 1st, from 2-7pm.

Registration is now open.... (Full Story & Photos)

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