East Brandywine Fire Company
East Brandywine Fire Company

2014 Incidents
Fire QRS
Jan 33 115
Feb 55 86
Mar 32 40
Apr 27 45
May 39 100
Jun 33 0
Jul 54 0
Aug 28 0
Sep 0 0
Oct 0 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 301 386

2014 Jobs
Working Fires 3
Entrapments 4
Assist to Working Fire 7

Past Incidents
Fire QRS
2013 366 451
2012 380 431
2011 362 445
2010 300 422
2009 262 426
2008 327 448
2007 322 469
2006 333 465

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Internal Driver / Operator Test on Engine 49-1

East Brandywine Fire Company , September 29

On Monday September 29th, Engineer John Groff successfully completed his internal driver / operator test on Engine 49-1.

Engineer Groff who is already qualified on Engine 49-5 participated in a scenario-based test. Prior to testing Enginner Groff completed the necessary prerequisite training to qualify.

East Brandywine Fire Company sets high expectations for their Drivers both in regards to driving ... (Full Story & Photos)

Smoke in the Building at Devereux School
Smoke in the Building at Devereux School

Weekend Proves Busy for East Brandywine Volunteers

East Brandywine Fire Company , September 28

Saturday, September 28th, proved to be a busy day for the volunteers of East Brandywine Fire Company. The Company ended up responding to 8 Fire / EMS emergencies and participated in 2 special assignments.

The notable calls included a response to the Devereux School assisting the Glen Moore Fire Company for an automatic fire alarm that was upgraded to smoke in the building. After searching the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Drill Simulates Low Angle Rescue in a Remote Location

East Brandywine Fire Company , September 25

On Wednesday evening September 24th, East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers put their ropes and rigging skills learned over the last month to the test by participating in a drill.

The scenario volunteers faced was a tractor overturned over an embankment in a remote location. Additionally the difficulty level was increased by having the apparatus stage about a quarter mile away from the scene. ... (Full Story & Photos)

T3 Training: Additional Live Burn Photos

East Brandywine Fire Company, September 21

T3 Training would like to share additional photos of yesterdays live burn. Once again thank-you to all of the volunteers who continue to train to enhance their skill set. ... (Full Story & Photos)

T3 Training: Live Burn, Basement Fires

East Brandywine Fire Company , September 20

On Saturday September 20th, the T3 Training Division conducted their third live burn of the year. Twenty-two volunteers participated in the burn which focused on basement fires.

The day started with an overview provided by Captain Vince D'Amico who reviewed key points surrounding attacking a basement fire. A walk-through of the burn building was then conducted for safety purposes.

The crews ... (Full Story & Photos)

Volunteers and ATV 49 Involved in Large Scale Search

East Brandywine Fire Company , September 19

On Thursday evening September 18th, seventeen East Brandywine volunteers assisted the Honey Brook Fire Company on a massive search. The search resumed during the morning Friday.

Rescuers from multiple agencies searched the area around Struble Lake in Honey Brook Township for a 65 y/o gentleman. Apparently the gentleman had been in the area dove hunting when he contacted family stating he was ... (Full Story & Photos)

T3 Training - Anchor Points and Z-Rigs for Low Angle Rescue

East Brandywine Fire Company , September 19

On Wednesday evening September 17th, East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers continued their training on ropes and rigging.

Over the course of the last month T3 Training Director Chris Keen has taken the group from basic knots needed for the fire service to more sophisticated lowering and raising systems.

During the course of the evening volunteers were surprised by a visit from the Deputy Director ... (Full Story & Photos)

Ladder 49 Participates in Ball Drop

East Brandywine Fire Company , September 16

On Tuesday September 16th East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers assisted with a ball drop at Applecross Country Club.

The ball drop was in conjunction with a golf tournament for the Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group. Over 100 balls were dropped as a fundraiser in which the person closest to the pin won $1,000.

For those who are interested no measuring was needed to determine who was ... (Full Story & Photos)


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