Central VFC of Elizabeth Twp is selling shirts to raise money to be donated to a local breast cancer charity. There are choices of tshirts, long sleeve shirts, and hoodies.
$5 from each shirt sold will be donated.
To place an order, please visit http://n-depthfiregraphics.com/fundraisers.html, or if you prefer to order by phone, you may call 317-710-8050.
Orders will be taken until Friday, September 5th. After that, the shirts will be printed and shipped to the buyer.
If you know anyone that would be interested, please forward this, retweet it, or share it.
Central VFC of Elizabeth Twp thanks you for your support!
By WPAFN – Photos by Elizabeth Twp FF/EMT Wesley McVicker via Facebook
Shortly before 3pm on Tuesday, Elizabeth Twp crews were dispatched to a 2 car vehicle accident at the intersection of Weigles Hill and Scenery Drive near the Elizabeth Forward High School stadium.
The accident was head-on in nature involving a full-sized SUV and a full-sized pickup truck.
The rescue crews had to remove a door from one of the vehicles to extricate one of the patients involved.
There were a total of 5 patients treated on scene. Their conditions and nature of injuries were unavailable.
Here is a link to more pictures via Elizabeth Twp FD’s facebook page:
For those of you that don’t follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Google Plus, you probably didn’t hear about the major changes happening here.
First, before you do anything, you should really follow us by clicking on the links above to stay informed ;).
We have decided to rename and rebrand Hoopie World to WPAFN (wpafirenews.com). This decision was made to help grow our network of followers and visitors. We found too many people questioned and were confused by the Hoopie World name.
This decision was made after many months of consideration. It wasn’t an easy one, but one that I felt was necessary to make.
You will see the transformation on the site over the next few days. Don’t worry, your links to Hoopieworld.com will still work.
We hope to see you a lot in the future to keep the site active. As always, we appreciate submissions and feedback.
Bethel Park Chief 110 posted a dash cam video of a residential structure fire that occurred in the 7100 block of Baptist Road on July 22nd, 2014.
There were reports of possible entrapment of a female and her pet dog, but those reports fortunately proved to be false.
Around 2:45 am on Saturday morning, Allegheny County 911 received multiple calls for a house fire in the 1700 block of California Avenue, in White Oak.
The fire was quickly confirmed, with flames showing from the roof area.
Firefighters had to deal with a partial roof collapse, and a partial floor collapse. No injuries were reported.
You can find the dispatch and operation audio on our fire audio page at this link.
Here is video from Facebook of the call:
Crews are on scene on Verona Rd in Penn Hills at the Dairy Queen attending to 4 injured people after a pickup truck with a landscaping trailer plowed into the building.
The truck caused a gas line rupture and the building quickly filled with gas.
Everyone inside was evacuated.
Check back for more details.