Wagontown Volunteer Fire Company

Wagontown Volunteer Fire Company
Wagontown Volunteer Fire Company
Wagontown Volunteer Fire Company
Wagontown Volunteer Fire Company

2018 Incidents
Jan 27
Feb 23
Total 50

2018 Calls
Working Fires 2
Pin Jobs
ATV Runs
Water Rescue 1

Annual Call Total
2017 380
2016 363
2015 336
2014 358
2013 307
2012 319
2011 357
2010 306
2009 316

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No Caption Winter Storm Toby - Some safety reminders

Wagontown Fire Company Fire Prevention Division, March 21

The Members of Wagontown Fire Company are preparing for the next round of snow as Winter Storm Toby begins to impact the region. Total snow accumulations of 8 to 12 inches and ice accumulations of up to one tenth of an inch are expected. In addition, north to northeast winds will gust 25 to 40 mph at times. The potential for power outages and downed trees/power lines is increased with this type of ... (Full Story & Photos)

Assist to Coatesville on a working fire in the East End

Wagontown Volunteers, March 20

On Tuesday afternoon March 20th at 15:52hrs the City of Coatesville Fire Department along with Engines from Thorndale, Modena, Wagontown and VA Hospital of Coatesville and a Ladder from Keystone Valley Fire Dept were dispatched to 1200 Block of E Lincoln Hwy for the house fire.

Initial reports were of a fire on the rear porch on fire. Ladder 41-2 from Coatesville arrived first and reported smoke ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Assist to Sadsburyville on a house fire

Wagontown Volunteers, March 19

Today at 13:54 the company was dispatched to assist 31 (Sadsburyville) on a working house fire in the 500 Block of Lissie Lane in Sadsbury Twp. The Rescue made the response as part of the RIT assignment. Engine 31-1, Engine 31-2 and Engine 44-5 arrived and crews went to work on the kitchen fire that was extending beyond the kitchen. Chief 44 (McWilliams) arrived and established the command advising ... (Full Story & Photos)

Juniors Complete Firefighting basics

Wagontown Fire Company Training Division, March 11

Today our Junior Firefighters completed their Junior Fire I class at the Chester County Public Safety Training center. This class provides them the needed knowledge to operate on an incident scene. The course a 16 hour program which provides the junior with a fundamental knowledge that allows them to do certain tasks on the incident scene which also allows them to learn and grow in the fire service. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Change your Clock, Change your batteries - Tonight

Wagontown Fire Company Fire Prevention Division, March 10

This Sunday March 11th, 2017 when you change your clocks ahead, be responsible and change your smoke detector batteries. Smoke alarms can mean the difference between life and death in a fire. Working smoke alarms cut the chance of dying in a fire in half. Smoke alarms detect and alert people to fire in its early stages, giving them the time needed to escape safety.

The National Fire Protection Association ... (Full Story & Photos)







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