Sadsburyville Fire Company No. 1

2016 Incidents
Calls
Jan 15
Feb 12
Mar 18
Apr 11
May 10
Jun 18
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 84

Past Call Stats
Fire
2015 191
2014 168
2013 149
2012 150
2011 149
2010 122
2009 168
2008 176
2007 154
2006 154
2005 149
2004 133
2003 131

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Front Street Stove Fire in Hayti

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, July 27

Immediately after returning from the Parkesburg Borough investigation, Engine 31-1 was summoned at 1247 to the 1000 block of Front Street in the Hayti section of Valley Township for a stove fire. Engine 31-1 with a crew of 4 led by Chief Grossman responded immediately.

Arriving at 1252, firefighters investigated the reports of a stove on fire. Once inside firefighters discovered a fire on top of ... (Full Story & Photos)

Sadsburyville assisting Westwood on a stove fire in Hayti.
Sadsburyville assisting Westwood on a stove fire in Hayti.

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SFC Firefighters check in with Engine 08-2 Officer Solecki before being returned to quarters.
SFC Firefighters check in with Engine 08-2 Officer Solecki before being returned to quarters.

Odor of Gas Outside in Parkesburg

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, July 27

On Wednesday July 27th, 2016 at 1222 hours, the Sadsburyville Fire Company and Cochranville Fire Company were dispatched to assist the Keystone Valley Fire Department on an odor of gas outside in the 100 block of West First Avenue in Parkesburg Borough. Engine 31-1 with a crew of 6 led by Chief Grossman made the response at 1227.

Arriving at 1232 Engine 08-1 and Engine 31-1 began investigating an ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Engine Transfer to Cochranville Fire Company

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, July 24

At 1430 hours the Sadsburyville Fire Company with Engine 31-2 transfered to Cochranville, Station 27, while they operated at a first due barn fire in the 1100 block of Ewing Road in Upper Oxford Township.

Due to the all available resources of the area being summoned to extinguish this barn fire, additional resources were relocated to that area to backfill in case additional resources are needed ... (Full Story & Photos)

Honey Brook Engine 33-5 and Engine 31-2 transfered to Cochranville while they operated at a first due barn fire.
Honey Brook Engine 33-5 and Engine 31-2 transfered to Cochranville while they operated at a first due barn fire.

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One pole collided with a utility pole Friday in Sadsburyville causing Old Wilmington Road to be closed.
One pole collided with a utility pole Friday in Sadsburyville causing Old Wilmington Road to be closed.

Auto Accident With Wires Down on Old Wilmington Road

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, July 15

On Friday July 15th, 2016 at 1830 hours the Sadsburyville Fire Company was dispatched to the 800 block of Old Wilmington Road in Sadsbury Township for an auto accident with wires down.

Minutes later Chief Grossman arrived and confirmed the report. One vehicle had collided with a pole and completely sheared the pole off and to the ground.

Engine 31-1 and Squad 31 took position on each side of ... (Full Story & Photos)

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House Explosion and Collapse in Valley

Battalion Chief Erik Brecht, July 15

Dispatched at 1156, crews from the Sadsburyville Fire Company assisted Westwood Fire, Station 44 on a reported house fire, turned explosion and collapse. Units arrived within 6 minutes of dispatch to the 1000 block of Valley Station Road to a 3-story home completely desimated with no visible smoke or fire.

Westwood Deputy Chief Randy Scott assumed Valley Station Command, while Westwood Battalion ... (Full Story & Photos)

Assistant Chief McCarthy and Firefighter/EMT Bengough return equipment to the fire apparatus.
Assistant Chief McCarthy and Firefighter/EMT Bengough return equipment to the fire apparatus.

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Firefighters on scene of a reported house fire on Charles Street in Valley Township.
Firefighters on scene of a reported house fire on Charles Street in Valley Township.

Reported Structure Fire on Charles Street, Valley Township

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, July 13

Just after midnight the house fire assignment was dispatched for the 900 block of Charles Street in Valley Township. Apparatus from Westwood, Sadsburyville and Cochranville immediately hit the street. Firefighters were advised by the communications center of smoke filling a residence from an unknown source.

Arriving minutes later, Engine 44-5 found no smoke or fire from the outside and began investigating. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Fireworks Safety Awareness

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, July 02

As Independence Day approaches, we remind everybody that we do not want to meet by accident. Fireworks safety is a very serious matter and should be left up to the professionals.

Neglecting the seriousness and safety in regards to using fireworks will lead to serious injury or death.

The National Council on Fireworks Safety has released the following safety tips:
-Obey all local laws regarding ... (Full Story & Photos)

Happy Independence Day!
Happy Independence Day!

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Engine 31-1 on scene of an accident with entrapment on Valley Road.
Engine 31-1 on scene of an accident with entrapment on Valley Road.

Accident With Entrapment on Valley Road

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, June 30

On Thursday June 30th, 2016 at 1327 the Sadsburyville Fire Company for an Engine was dispatched to assist the Keystone Valley Fire Department on an auto accident with entrapment on Valley Road in the area of Old Stottsville Road in Sadsbury Township.

Westwood Battalion Chief Sly arrived on location at 1330 and confirmed one subject was trapped in one of the vehicles involved.

Engine 31-1 and Rescue ... (Full Story & Photos)

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