Quint 10 was activated and arrived first due in Fort Allen (104?s District) for a Working Barn Fire. Engine 10, Rescue 10, and Service 10 responded in to assist with operations. Quint 10 supplied two hand lines, Engine 10 supplied Engine 104 and Engine 61. Chief 10 handled tanker operations due to a lack of fire Hydrants near by. Responding Units included E104,E112,E61,R61,F21,E21,T14,T19,T74,T75, The Township Special Equipment, Station 320 and Support 610.
On April 2nd, 2010, Adamsburg and Community VFD was dispatched to a head-on collision on Arona Road in Arona Borough. Here is the report from their website:
Adamsburg and Community Volunteer Fire Department responded to a motor vehicle collision on Arona Road, Arona Borough. Upon arrival found a two vehicle head on collision with moderate damage to the front of both vehicles. EMS was on scene reporting multiple patients and is requesting two helicopters to the scene of the collision. Rescue 10 assisted EMS on scene with patient care and extrication. Mean while Engine 10 set up a landing zone at the Arona Ball field and landed two helicopters at the location. Two patients were transported to trauma centers in Pittsburgh, and one patient was taken to a local hospital.
For more information and pictures, visit Adamsburg’s site
On January 9th, 2010 Adamsburg & Community Volunteer Fire Department responded to a residential structure fire on Pond Lane in Hempfield Twp. The fire originally started in the chimney and spread to the attic and roof. Responding units had to deal with snowy and icy roadways to get to the scene. Once on scene crews made a quick knockdown. For more pictures and information visit Adamsburg’s site.