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!
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!
Yesterday, on Nicks favorite day of the year, members attended a plaque dedication honoring the sacrifice made by our fallen Assistant Chief who passed away last year in the Line of Duty. He will be forever memorialized on the front of the building for the organization that he dedicated countless hours and cared so much about. He will never be forgotten.
Santa will be starting his visit of our first due at noon today but first we are enjoying a wonderful breakfast by Divine Occasions catering. Thank you Kathy Tiberio for once again making this possible!
We have received word that Santa will be once again be visiting the residents of our first due coverage area atop our apparatus on Sunday December 12th, beginning at noon. Keep an ear out for the sirens!
Congratulations to Chief William Hatton Jr. on the birth of his granddaughter and Chief Emeritus William Hatton Sr. on the birth of his great granddaughter,Livia Nicole Miller, on 4/27/2021, 6lbs 10oz!
At 10:25 PM last night RIT 38 was dispatched on the working fire in Bon Airs local. Command subsequently requested the balance of Company 38 to the scene. Our units operated on scene for approximately one hour before starting to be released by command.