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2024 Incidents
Jan 35
Feb 20
Mar 21
Apr 33
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 109

2023 Incidents
Jan 27
Feb 19
Mar 19
Apr 36
May 24
Jun 27
Jul 25
Aug 28
Sep 31
Oct 33
Nov 34
Dec 19
Total 322

2023 Totals
Quarter Calls Fires Rescues
Q1 65 8 6
Q2 87 19 14
Q3 84 10 9
Q4 86 16 16
Total 322 53 45

2022 Totals
Quarter Calls Fires Rescues
Q1 67 4 0
Q2 71 4 5
Q3 74 2 3
Q4 72 7 3
Total 284 17 11

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No Caption Building Fire in Ardmore

PWFC, April 23

Penn Wynne Fire Company was dispatched to an apartment fire in Ardmore about 11:40pm. Engine 21 was assigned to establishing a water supply which included dropping about 600 feet of 5" supply line. Firefighters also assisted with a primary search above the fire floor and helped vent the building to help extinguish the fire.
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Bird Rescue!

PWFC, April 11

Today, a special request came into the station to assist the township animal warden with a bird dangling in a tree. A turkey vulture somehow had a wire wrapped around it and a tree branch. Ladder 21's aerial was raised into position so the animal warden could ascend and free the animal.

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No Caption Monthly Burn Drill

PWFC, April 10

Tonight, Penn Wynne firefighters ran their monthly live fire training at the township training facility. Burn drills are great for practicing our skills in a smoke, heat, and fire filled environment.
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St. Patrick's Day Parade

PWFC, March 16

Today, the Penn Wynne Fire Company Honor Guard, along with the Merion Fire Company of Ardmore Honor Guard, and other members of the Lower Merion Fire Department, participated in the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Conshohocken. The weather was perfect, the crowd was huge, and the celebration was exciting and fun.

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No Caption Acquired Structure!

PWFC, March 13

Tonight, Penn Wynne firefighters were given the opportunity to train/drill in a vacant house. This is a unique opportunity in that the #1 advantage it offers firefighters is an unknown floorplan with which to perform fire suppression operations.

Firefighters drilled through evolutions on fire attack, primary search and rescue, and vent, enter, isolate, search (VEIS).

Everyone worked hard and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Vehicle Fire on I-76

PWFC, March 10

Just after midnight, LMFD was dispatched to I-76 for a vehicle fire. A FedEx tractor trailer caught fire. With a heavy fuel load and limited access to a water supply, several engines were called to the scene including Paoli's pumper-tanker and Penn Wynne's, Engine 21.

Penn Wynne firefighters arrived on scene along with other companies to assist with extinguishing the fire and removing the cargo ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Jenga with EDraulics

PWFC, February 28

Tonight, firefighters practiced and honed their skills working with vehicle rescue tools (EDraulics). We practiced building a box crib with our cribbing and worked to build and rebuild towers much like the Jenga game. It was a fun drill and good practice.


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Master Streams

PWFC, January 31

Tonight, Penn Wynne firefighters practiced "taking a hydrant" and establishing a water supply. Once a water supply was set up, master streams from a portable deck gun and the aerial waterway on Ladder 21 were used to flow water.

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