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Easter Keeps Volunteers Busy

Lionville Fire Company, April 16

On Sunday, April 16th, Lionville Volunteers were kept busy responding to multiple calls throughout the day.

The day started shortly after 1:30 PM when The Lionville Fire Company was dispatched to the area of Sheree Blvd and Route 113 in Uwchlan Township for a mulch fire. Engine 47-2 responded and crews were able to quickly extinguish the flames.

As Engine 47-2 was clearing the mulch fire, Uwchlan ... (Full Story & Photos)

Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries

Lionville Fire Company, March 11

The Lionville Fire Company would like to remind residents to set your clocks forward 1 hour, tonight, March 11th. 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)

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

Deputy Chief Bill Minahan, March 09

March 9th is the 19th 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.

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


Adopt A Hydrant

Lionville Fire Company , February 08

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)

First Due House Fire

Lionville Fire Company, February 02

On Thursday, February 2nd at 5:42 PM The Lionville Fire Company, along with The Kimberton Fire Company, Ludwigs Corner Fire Company, and Uwchlan Ambulance were dispatched to the 500 block of Woodberry Lane in West Pikeland Township for a reported house fire.

Engine 47-2 and Deputy 47 immediately responded and were advised by The Chester County 911 Center that a there was a fire in the attached garage, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Accident On Byers Road

Lionville Fire Company, January 22

On Sunday, January 22nd at 2:35 PM The Lionville Fire Company along with Uwchlan Ambulance (87) were dispatched to Lionville Station Road and Valley Road in West Pikeland Township for a reported water rescue.

Chief 47, Deputy 47, and MICU 87-4 quickly responded and were advised by The Chester County 911 center, that one vehicle had crashed off the roadway and went into a pond. Units arrived and ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due Building Fire

Lionville Fire Company, January 18

On January 18th, at 6:15 pm The Lionville Fire Company, along with The Glen Moore Fire Company (48), Ludwigs Corner Fire Company (73), West Whiteland Fire Company (6), and Uwchlan Ambulance (87) were dispatched to the 700 block of Pennsylvania drive in Upper Uwchlan Township for a reported building fire.

Engine 47-2 and Chief 47 quickly responded and were advised by The Chester County 911 Center ... (Full Story & Photos)

Mid-Day Gas Leak

Lionville Fire Company, January 18

On January 18th, at 12:28 pm, The Lionville Fire Company was dispatched to the unit block of East Uwchlan Ave in Uwchlan Township for a reported active gas leak. The Uwchlan Police Department had arrived at a property damage accident to the rear of a strip mall to find a box truck had struck a vehicle, which resulted in the vehicle hitting the building, and sheering off the gas service to the structure.

Engine ... (Full Story & Photos)

 

  


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