Earlier this evening, Squad 38, Narberth Ambulance MICU 108A, and Haverford Township Police responded to a single-vehicle accident at the intersection of Darby Rd. and Benedict Ave. The crew of Squad 38 handled fluids leaking from the vehicle and secured the vehicle’s power so it could be towed. Thank you to all agencies who responded to the incident!
On Saturday, June 17th, Probationary Firefighter Christopher Hamilton was awarded Eagle Scout by the Boy Scouts of America. He put in countless hours of hard work and dedicated service to his community over the past 8 years. Congratulations Chris, we’re proud to have you as a member of Oakmont and thank you for choosing to continue to serve your community!
Neighbors, be at the fire house by 10:45 with your bikes, wagons, and strollers decorated for the 4th of July!
Fire trucks will lead the parade to Grasslyn Park, leaving the fire house at 11:00am. Opening remarks are at 11:20, followed by games and races for kids of all ages! Food and refreshments will be provided!
Come celebrate with your local volunteer fire company on our nation’s birthday!
Any questions? Contact Oakmont Fire Company at 610-446-9837 or stop by!
Earlier this evening, Engine and Rescue 38 along with UTV 15 (Radnor) were dispatched to the Haverford Reserve to assist Narberth Ambulance (MICU 108) with removing a patient from one of the trails. Crews assisted with patient packaging before UTV 15 transported the patient to the awaiting ambulance. Thank you to @radnorfirecompany for the assistance!
Over the past few months, two of our most dedicated volunteers attended the Montgomery County Fire Academy, spending well over 150 hours both in the classroom and on the drill, grounds becoming nationally certified firefighters. While they attended the fire academy at night and on the weekends, they also balanced being high school students and continued to be active within the company. Michael and LJ are both third-generation firefighters and are proud to continue to uphold their family tradition of service to the community.
Congratulations to you both on graduating Fire 1! Members of the company and community alike are very proud and look forward to your continuing success in your public safety education journey!
Around 12:00 o’clock this morning, a building fire was dispatched in the 1900 block of Darby Rd, in Oakmont’s first due area. Haverford Township Police arrived on scene and reported heavy smoke showing from the structure. Deputy 35 arrived and confirmed the report, and upgraded the incident to a working fire. Engine 35 was the first arriving engine and placed a line in service, and Ladder 38 was the first arriving ladder, performing initial truck company operations. Chief 38 held Darby Rd Command. Oakmont Fire Company would like to thank Brookline Fire Co, Manoa Fire Co, Llanerch Fire Co, Bon Air Fire Co, and Broomall Fire Co.
This morning companies were dispatched to Belmont Ave for an attic fire. Units arrived to find a working fire that had extended into the adjoining property. Assistant 38B (Howard) had command. Units operated on scene for approximately two hours before being released. Thank you to our supporting companies and the company that stood by our station during the incident.
Squad 38 handled hazard control at this three vehicle accident along Haverford Rd this morning.
Join us at the Firehouse on Thursday October 13th at 7pm for our annual Fire Prevention Open House. Live demonstrations and several different activities for children of all ages. Come meet your local volunteers!
Please join us on Saturday, April 9th to support a great cause!