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2015 Responses
Jan 44
Feb 47
Mar 51
Apr 42
May 38
Jun 59
Jul 46
Aug 28
Sep 45
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2014 597
2013 542
2012 511
2011 621
2010 609
2009 533
2008 592
2007 575
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Technical Rescue Training

Lionville Fire Company (160), November 07

On Saturday, November 7th, 2015, the Lionville Volunteers spent the morning training on High Angle Rope Rescue techniques. As a participant in the Chester County Rescue Task Force, the Lionville Fire Company is the lead company in High Angle Rope Rescue discipline. Members spent the morning reviewing our roles and responsibilities within the Rescue Task Force and also reviewed our equipment cache. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo credit: Greg Cazillo
Photo credit: Greg Cazillo

Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries

Lionville Fire Company, October 31

The Lionville Fire Company would like to remind residents to set your clocks back 1 hour, tonight, October 31st. At this time you should also change the batteries in each of your smoke detectors.

Here are some facts as to why it is important to change your batteries at this time:

1. In a fire, a working smoke alarm cuts the risk of dying in half.
2. Between 2003-2006, roughly two-thirds of home ... (Full Story & Photos)

Lionville Fire Company Open House

Lionville Fire Company, October 08

The 2015 National Fire Prevention Week will take place October 4-10th. This year's theme is "Hear The Beep, Where You Sleep: Every Bedroom Needs A Working Smoke Alarm", as roughly half of home fire deaths result from fires reported between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m., when most people are asleep. For more information, please visit

The Fire Company ... (Full Story & Photos)

House Fire In Upper Uwchlan

Lionville Fire Company (189), October 05

On Monday, October 5th at 3:08 PM, The Lionville Fire Company along with The Glen Moore Fire Company (48), Ludwigs Corner Fire Company (73), Fame Fire Co. No. 3 (53), and Uwchlan Ambulance Corps (87) were dispatched to the 500 block of Milford Road in Upper Uwchlan Township for a house fire.

Engine 47-2 responded and was advised by the Chester County 911 Center, that the Upper Uwchlan Township Police ... (Full Story & Photos)

House Fire In East Brandywine

Lionville Fire Company (189), September 07

On September 7th, as crews were cleaning up from our annual clambake, The Lionville Fire Company was dispatched as the Rapid Intervention Team (RIT) to the 100 block of Hopewell Road to assist the East Brandywine Fire Company with a house fire. Chief 47, Tower 47, and Rescue 47 quickly responded.

Crews arrived, and assisted with laddering the building and setting up for RIT duties. Crews were then ... (Full Story & Photos)

Five Call Thursday

Lionville Fire Company (189) , September 03

Lionville Volunteers had a busy Thursday. The day started out just before 10AM, when the company was dispatched to the 200 block of Welsh Pool Road for a fire alarm. Engine 47-5 and Deputy 47 arrived and found it to be a false activation.

For our weekly drill night members began setting up for our annual clambake, but a fast approaching thunderstorm resulted in multiple calls.

At 7:24 PM, the ... (Full Story & Photos)

The Passing of Phoenixville Deputy Chief, Brian Gallagher

Lionville Fire Company, August 28

This past Friday, August 28th, Chester County Fire Service lost another faithful servant, as Phoenixville Fire Department Deputy Chief, Brian Gallagher passed away suddenly and unexpectedly.

Brian was a long time firefighter in the county, starting with the Kimberton Fire Company in 1972, as a Junior Member, and joined the Phoenixville Fire Department in 1976. Brian was a fixture at Phoenixville ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Engine Delivered

Lionville Fire Company (189) , June 18

Thursday, June 18th

The Lionville Fire Company membership is proud to announce the delivery of our new Pierce Engine. Members received a quick orientation on the apparatus before beginning their training. Additionally, the group began laying out the hose bed.

LFC members will spend the upcoming weeks equipping and training on the Engine before placing it in service.... (Full Story & Photos)



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