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Truck Assist To Coatesville City

Lionville Fire Company (189), June 15

On Wednesday June 15th, at 12:43 PM, The Lionville Fire Company was dispatched for Tower 47 to assist The Coatesville City Fire Department with a second alarm building fire on West Lincoln Highway. Tower 47 responded and crews stood by with manpower to assist.

Photo's are courtesy of IrishEyez Photography.... (Full Story & Photos)

Truck Company Operations

Lionville Fire Company (189), June 12

Over the past few weeks, Lionville Volunteers, along with members of The West Whiteland Fire Company, Fame Fire Company, and Alert Fire Company have been attending a Truck Company Operations class. This consisted of two nights of lecture, followed by a practical day.

The practical day included search and rescue, ventilation, and forcible entry. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Regional Task Force Drill

Lionville Fire Company (189), June 11

On Saturday June 11th , Tower 47 participated in the Southeastern Pennsylvania Fire Task Force Drill. The fire task force includes units from Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, Bucks County, and The City of Philadelphia. The drill took place at a rail yard in King of Prussia (Montgomery County). The drill focused on multiple disciplines, including fire, hazmat, and technical rescue ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine and Rescue Assist to West Whiteland

Lionville Fire Company (189), June 08

On Wednesday, June 8th, The Lionville Fire Company was dispatched to assist The West Whiteland Fire Company in the 1000 block of Chapel Lane in West Whiteland Township. Chief 6 (West Whiteland) arrived with fire showing.

Engine 47-2 and Rescue 47 assisted with overhaul. ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due Building Fire

Lionville Fire Company (189), June 05

On June 5th at 6:26 PM, The Lionville Fire Company, along with the Glen Moore Fire Company (48), Ludwigs Corner Fire Company (73), West Whiteland Fire Company (6), Fame Fire Company (53), and Uwchlan Ambulance (87) were dispatched to the 100 block of lakeside drive in Upper Uwchlan Township for a building fire.

Deputy 47 and Engine 47-2 arrived and located a small fire inside of the building that ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Task Force Deployment To Longwood

Lionville Fire Company (189), May 30

On Monday, May 30, 2016, The Longwood Fire Company (Station 25) was dispatched to the 400 block of Baltimore Pike (US Route 1) for an accident with injuries. Chief 25 arrived on scene and reported a vehicle into an antique store with structural damage. The Chester County Rescue Task Force Collapse Rescue Team (RTF) was dispatched to stabilize the structure prior to removal of the vehicle. Stations ... (Full Story & Photos)

Early Morning Fire

Lionville Fire Company (189), May 29

On Sunday, May 29th at 2:43 AM, The Lionville Fire Company was dispatched to the unit block of Devon Drive in Uwchlan Township for an automatic fire alarm. The Uwchlan Township Police Department arrived and found smoke showing from the building. The assignment was immediately upgraded to a building fire, bringing additional manpower from The West Whiteland Fire Company (6), Fame Fire Company (53), ... (Full Story & Photos)

Weekly Training Nights

Lionville Fire Company (189), April 08

Did you know that every Thursday evening Lionville's Volunteers attend a weekly training night? These training nights can cover various topics including hose line management, search and rescue, ventilation, water rescue, and technical rescue among many other subjects. Prior to the start of training, the equipment and apparatus are checked to make sure everything is in proper working order. Training ... (Full Story & Photos)



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