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2014 Incidents
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Jan 35 64 21 3
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Mar 13 63 18 10
Apr 19 23 1 4
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Jun 0 0 0 0
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2011 1167
2010 1086
2009 955
2008 1059
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 EDINBORO VFD 2012

 

Wagon Takes First Due At Mutual Aid Assist

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, April 03

At 1339 hrs, Edinboro was alerted for an Engine to assist Cambridge Springs (Dept 3) on a reported barn fire. Wagon 383 responded with 4 volunteers within minutes. Wagon 383 took the address and reported a 2 story barn nothing visible from the exterior and began to investigate. Cambridge Engine 3-1 arrived on the scene and Chief 3 (Murdock) assumed the Hecker Rd command. Interior crews reported the initial knock down was made by the caller and the fire extinguised with the "CAN". The light smoke ... (Full Story & Photos)

Pin Job With Fly Out On I-79

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, March 30

At 0935 hrs, Edinboro was alerted for a vehicle accident with entrapment on I-79 at the 168 MM. McKean Hose Company and Medic 2 were alerted for this accident shortly before Edinboro when it was believed to be just North of the McKean exit. Medic 2 found the accident at the 168 MM Northbound and reported one vehicle into a tree with moderate damage and confirmed entrapment. Rescue/Engine 384, Squad 387, and Traffic Support 399 responded. McKean Squad 407, Rescue 408, and Traffic Support 409 arrived ... (Full Story & Photos)

Truck vs. Pole on RT 6N

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, March 27

At 0128 hrs, Edinboro and Medic 2 were alerted for a vehicle accident at RT 6N & Shamrock Ln. Rescue Engine 384, and Squad 387 responded. Rescue Engine 384 arrived on the scene and reported one truck into a pole with moderate damage, Asst. Chief 390 (Davis) assumed the RT 6N command. The patient was assessed by 387 and Medic 2 with a refusal being obtained. This accident is under investigation by PSP. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Single Vehicle Accident With A Pin

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, March 27

At 1801 hrs, Edinboro and Medic 2 were alerted for a vehicle accident with entrapment on Oliver Rd, just East of Edinboro Rd. Rescue Engine 384 and Squad 387 responded. 384 arrived on the scene and reported one truck into a tree with heavy damage and confirmed entrapment. Chief 380 (Karotko) assumed the Oliver Rd command. Crews stabilized the vehicle and removed the drivers door to access the patient. The patient was transported by Squad 387 to UPMC Hamot Shock Trauma. This accident is under investigation ... (Full Story & Photos)

Free Family Fun

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, March 25

If you are looking for some free family fun check out the Erie County Public Safety Expo at the Bayfront Convention Center, April 12-13. Your children can enjoy tons of public safety oriented activities as well as some show and tell time. Check out the flyer an hope to see you there. ... (Full Story)


Engine and Tanker Go To Franklin Township

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, March 20

At 1155 hrs, Edinboro was alerted for an Engine and Tanker to respond as part of the first alarm assignment for a residential structure fire. Wagon 383, Tanker 385 responded. Chief 720 (Maston) arrived on the scene and reported a 2 1/2 story baloon frame single family dwelling with fire throughout and assumed the Old State Rd command. Cranesville Engine 602 arrived on the scene and stretched a 2 1/2" line to the alpha side of the structure. Wagon 383 arrived and set up the on scene water supply. ... (Full Story & Photos)

2 Vehicles Moderate on I-79

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, March 19

At 06:51 hrs, Edinboro and Medic 2 were alerted for a vehicle acident with posible entrapment on I-79 at the 170MM Northbound. Rescue 384, and Squad 387 responded with 8 volunteers. Squad 387 arrived on the scene and reported 2 vehicle with minor to moderate damage, all occupants out of the vehicle. Rescue 384 arrived on the scene and secured the vehicles while 387 worked on patient refusals. Fire Police were requested to the scene to assist PSP. This acident is under investigation by PSP.... (Full Story & Photos)

Car Into A Ditch

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, March 14

At 1732 hrs, Edinboro and Medic 2 were alerted for a vehicle accident with injuries in the 12000 block of Fry Rd. Rescue/Engine 384 and Squad 387 responded within minutes. Rescue Engine 384 arrived on the scene and reported one vehicle into a ditch with moderate damage. Asst. Chief 390 (Davis) assumed the Fry Rd command. Crews assesed thet patient and secured the vehicle. One class 3 patient was transported to Saint Vincent Health Center. This accident is under investigation by PSP.... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine Assignment On A Mutual Aid AFA

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, March 13

At 0800 hrs, Rescue/Engine 384 was returning from the I-79 incident when McKean (STA40) was dispatched for an Automatic Fire Alarm at Huya Trucking on West Rd. This alarm called for an Engine from 38. Rescue/Engine 384 arrived on the scene and reporte a single story commercial pole barn with nothing visable. Chief 400 (Pyle) arrived on scene and assumed the West Rd. command. Crews had to utilize the "Key to the City" (Hydro-RAM) to gain entry to a door on the Delta/Charlie side of the building. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Tractor Trailer Rollover On I-79

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, March 13

At 0553 hrs, Edinboro was alerted for a single semi rollover with no injuries. Rescue/Engine 384 responded and arrived to find 2 semi's rolled over into each other. PSP reported no injuries in the first one and that they witnessed the second one just happed unknown injuries. Crews utilized the little giant ladder to access the passengers compartment and confirmed no injuries. The second semi began to smoke and command requested 38 for a 2nd engine and fire police. The smoke was determined to be ... (Full Story & Photos)

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