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Category: Fire Incidents

Fire Incidents Featured on Hoopie World

Fire Audio and New Affiliate Site

Hoopie World is happy to announce that Central VFC, Elizabeth Twp Station 7 has become Hoopie World’s newest affiliate site. Check their site out at http://www.central147.org/ and keep your eye out for news from their site.

Fire audio files have also been added for 5 incidents from the summer time frame in 2008. To access them, click here http://hoopieworld.com/wp2/fire-audio/ or click the Fire Audio menu option on the top of the screen. The incidents include a motel fire in Avalon, a Marshall Twp MVA, a Bellevue MVA, a Ross Twp fire, and a physical rescue in Bradford Woods for a person that had a tree fall on them.

Ben Avon Fire

photo by Jason Harrold (Smokey)photo by Jason Harrold (Smokey)

Crews battled a residential structure fire at 422 Walnut Street in Ben Avon.  More photos can be found at http://picasaweb.google.com/smokeyff/BenAvonFire#

Online Scanner Links

Since folks have been asking about online scanners, we wanted to post links to online scanner frequencies from Pennsylvania areas.  If you have more that aren’t listed here, be sure to send them to us at support@hoopieworld.com

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Hooversville Fire Company Tanker Roll Over

The Hooversville Fire Company was responding to a reported brush fire last week when their tanker, 614-4, was involved in a roll-over accident while attempting to climb a hill. The President off Hooversville Fire Company confirmed that both occupants were wearing their seat belts at the time. Although both driver and passenger was banged up both were treated and released from the hospital.

So remember, Buckle Up!

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Commercial Structure Fire at All Pro Auto Mall

dterpenningfBy HoopieWorld.com / Photos by Duane Terpenning

June 24th, 2004

Commercial Structure Fire at All Pro Auto Mall on South Central Avenue in Canonsburg, Pa.