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Mar 46
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2013 542
2012 511
2011 621
2010 609
2009 533
2008 592
2007 575
2006 661

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Photo courtesy of the Daily Local News
Photo courtesy of the Daily Local News

Rescue & Boat Assist to Wallace Township

Lionville Fire Company, April 06

On Sunday evening April 6th, at 17:44 hours, the Glen Moore Fire Company (48), East Brandywine Fire Company (49), Elverson EMS (89), and Uwchlan EMS (87) were dispatched to the Cornog Quarry for a high angle rescue.

Chief 48 responded and was advised by Chester County 911 that there was a report of one victim that had fallen more than 50' down a steep cliff and was stuck about 30' above the waterline. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Slow Down & Move Over

Lionville Fire Company, March 10

Did you know that the state of Pennsylvania has a "Steer Clear" law?

What is a Steer Clear law, you ask?

The Steer Clear law requires motorists to move over or slow down when they encounter an emergency scene, traffic stop or disabled vehicle. The law requires motorists to move to a lane that is not adjacent to the scene of an emergency response, police stop or a tow truck picking up an abandoned ... (Full Story & Photos)

Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries

Lionville Fire Company, March 08

The Lionville Fire Company would like to remind residents to set your clocks 1 hour ahead tomorrow, March 9th. At this time you should also change the batteries in each of your smoke detectors.

Here are some facts as to why it is important to change your batteries at this time:

1. In a fire, a working smoke alarm cuts the risk of dying in half. 2. Between 2003-2006, roughly two-thirds of home ... (Full Story & Photos)

Tower runs Kimberton Fire

Lionville Fire Co., February 28

At 10:47 am, Tower 47 was alerted to assist Kimberton Fire Company, along with the Phoenixville Fire Department and Valley Forge Fire Company, on a reported house fire on E. Seven Stars Road, in East Pikeland Township. MICU 64-7 (West End Phoenixville EMS) was first to arrive reporting a working fire. Tower 47 arrived on-scene and assisted with fire ground operations by completing a primary search ... (Full Story & Photos)

Volunteers Train on FF Safety and Survival

Lionville Fire Company, February 27

The Lionville Fire Company Volunteers did not let the cold weather, or snow on the ground, keep them from training. On this evening, the Lionville Volunteers trained on how to escape from a burning building when things go bad. Often there are times when firefighters must enter burning homes under extreme heat and zero visibility to search for trapped victims. Knowing how to get out of a situation ... (Full Story & Photos)

Accident With One Trapped

Lionville Fire Company, February 21

At 9:37pm, Lionville Volunteers were alerted to assist EMS with an auto accident, with entrapment, on Rt. 401 in West Pikeland Township.

Rescue 47, Engine 47-5, and 2 Chief Officers arrived on-scene with 1 patient trapped in their vehicle. Lionville Volunteers worked to quickly free the patient. EMS treated and transported the patient to a local trauma center. Crews assisted with clearing ... (Full Story & Photos)

Adopt A Hydrant

Lionville Fire Company , February 15

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)

Another Winter Storm Comes to our Region

Lionville Fire Company, February 13

As Winter Storm Pax dumps more snow and ice on our region, Lionville Volunteers continue to staff multiple crews in the firehouse.

Please stay off the roads unless you absolutely have to be out.

In the event of a power outage run all generators outside of your house.

Report all power outages to PECO (1-800-841-4141), do not call 911 to report power outages. Use 911 for emergencies only.

When ... (Full Story)


 

  


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