Recent Calls
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...
Wed. Oct 21st 2020
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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
Motorcycle Accident with Injuries - Silvis Rd./Route 66
Sat. Sep 5th 2020

Station 64 (White Valley VFD) was dispatched by Westmoreland 911 at 6:07 PM for a motorcycle accident with injuries within Station 102’s (Washington VFD) district on Silvis Rd. and Route 66. Tanker 64 was enroute with (2) firefighters on board to a previous call for a brush fire in Indiana County and arrived first on scene confirming a motorcycle accident with injuries. Captain 64 took command of the scene until Command 102 arrived on scene. Rescue 64 went enroute with (3) firefighters on board. When Rescue 64 arrived on scene, crews assisted with patient care. Tanker 64 then continued enroute to Indiana County for the brush fire. Once patients were loaded into the ambulances Rescue 64 was then rerouted to Mamont Elementary School to establish a Landing Zone (LZ) for two Stat MedEvac helicopters. After Stat MedEvac landed crews assisted local emergency medical services (EMS) with transferring patients over to Stat MedEvac. Once all patients were removed from the scene all crews from Rescue 64 were then cleared from the scene and put back in service.

Other responding companies were: Washington Township VFD, Murrysville Medic One, Washington Township Police Department, Stat MedEvac

67 entries in the Call History

67 entries in the Call History


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