East Whiteland Volunteer Fire Association

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2014 Incidents
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Jan 49 64
Feb 83 76
Mar 40 82
Apr 40 89
May 51 70
Jun 44 81
Jul 59 69
Aug 43 60
Sep 49 75
Oct 0 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 458 666

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2013 532 806
2012 554 840
2011 600 761
2010 549 816
2009 589 750

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Adopt a Fire Hydrant!

Public Information Officer Michael Schon, February 17

As the winter season continues, the East Whiteland Fire Company wants to remind all homeowners and businesses to ensure the fire hydrant on your property is clear of snow and visible to first responders. 'Adopt Your Fire Hydrant' and ensure it is ready to be used in case a fire strikes in your neighborhood after every snowfall! If there's a fire, seconds count. Don't make firefighters waste time looking ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 5-5 Assists Paoli on Working House Fire

News Desk, February 06

At around 19:30 hours (7:30 pm) Station 3 (Paoli) was dispatched to a reported house fire in the 2300 block of Pheasant Hill Lane in Tredyffrin Township.

The Tredyffrin Township Police Department arrived first and reported heavy fire from the roof. Chief 3 (Dutter) arrived confirming fire through the roof of a two story home at 19:40 hrs and established command. Chief 3 requested full companies from ... (Full Story & Photos)

Winter Storm Preparedness Information

News Desk, January 23

Blinding wind-driven snow, extreme cold, icy roads, avalanches and downed trees and power lines can all accompany winter storms. Communication lines can be cut off, and access to emergency and medical services may be severely limited once extreme weather hits a region.

Staggering winter storm statistics show that 70 percent of winter storm deaths are automobile related. One-fourth of winter storm ... (Full Story & Photos)

Large Mulch Pile Fire

1st Lieutenant John DeMarco, December 31

The East Whiteland Fire Company was called to extinguish a large mulch pile fire at a construction site located on Route 29 at Flat Road. Firefighters were first called to the scene on the morning of Monday, December 29th and remained there until late that afternoon. Firefighters were called again on Tuesday, December 30th in the morning hours and remained there until the late afternoon. On the morning ... (Full Story & Photos)

Wednesday morning operations. Large amounts of the original pile has been removed. Deep seated pockets of fire are being exposed for extinguishment.
Wednesday morning operations. Large amounts of the original pile has been removed. Deep seated pockets of fire are being exposed for extinguishment.

It's beginning to look a lot like a FIRE HOUSE!

Firefighter Randy Cockerham, December 19

The bay doors are on, the company letters are on, and things are all set for Santa to give his approval for this beautiful new fire station. Jim Deamer and his crew from IMC Construction have been working very hard to make all of this happen, while many others have been working behind the scenes to bring this dream to a reality. There is still work to do but we are getting a lot closer.... (Full Story & Photos)


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