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Wed. Oct 28th 2020
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Station 64 (White Valley VFD) was dispatched by Westmoreland 911 at 2:53 PM for a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) with entrapment, vehicle into a structure, vehicle reported to be smoking on Greensburg S...
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Station 64 (White Valley VFD) was dispatched by Westmoreland 911 at 10:30 AM for a Ambulance Assist for a tree that had fallen on an individual within Station 64’s district. Crews acknowledged t...
Sun. Sep 27th 2020
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Station 64 (White Valley VFD) was dispatched by Westmoreland 911 at 10:26 AM for a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) with entrapment on William Penn Hwy. and Route 819 within Station 90’s (Forbes Roa...
Tue. Sep 22nd 2020
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Station 64 (White Valley VFD) was dispatched by Westmoreland 911 at 4:10 PM for a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) on Old William Penn Hwy. and Cozy Inn Cut-Off within Station 64’s district. Rescue ...
Mon. Sep 21st 2020
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Station 64 (White Valley VFD) was dispatched by Westmoreland 911 at 8:28 AM for a Motor Vehicle Accident on William Penn Hwy. within Station 90’s (Forbes Road VFD) district. Rescue 64 went enrou...
Call History
Brush Fire - Blank Rd.
Tue. Jul 7th 2020

Station 64 (White Valley VFD) was dispatched by Westmoreland 911 at 2:38 PM for a Brush Fire spreading quickly in a field on Blank Road within Station 63's (Claridge VFD) district. Attack 64 went enroute with (6) firefighters on board followed by Tanker 64 with (2) firefighters, and Service 64 with UTV 64 with (2) firefighters. Chief 63 arrived on scene and established command. While enroute firefighters were receiving updates that the fire was in an area of about 500x500 of the field. Once Attack 64 arrived on scene the Attack fed in a supply line to Engine 87 as crews worked to extinguish the fire. Tanker 64 arrived on scene and was directed into the field to assist with filling Engine 63 and Brush 9 with water, Tanker 64 would then switch out with Tanker 78 to refill. Crews from Attack 64 and Service 64 grabbed forestry rakes and managed to assist in breaking up the hot spots as other crews dowsed the area with water attempting to prevent the fire from reigniting and spreading to areas that were not affected. Once the fire was extinguished crews remained on scene dowsing the area with water. Once there was a sufficient amount of water and it was determined to be safe, Command 63 then released all crews and apparatuses to return back in service.

 

Other responding companies were: Station 9 (Level Green VFC), Station 87 (Harrison City VFC), Station 7 (Paintertown VFC), Station 106 (Grandview VFD), Station 78 (Sardis VFC), Station 225 (Penn Township Ambulance Service), and Penn Township Police Department

67 entries in the Call History

67 entries in the Call History


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