East Brandywine Fire Company
East Brandywine Fire Company

2016 Incidents
Fire Medical
Jan 39 32
Feb 39 39
Mar 22 30
Apr 32 26
Total 132 127

Past Incidents
Fire Medical
2015 373 376
2014 426 430
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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May 29, 2016

Engine 49-5 Substitutes as a School Bus for a Day

East Brandywine Fire Company , May 19

On Thursday morning May 19th, East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers left the Station early to participate in a special assignment.

A crew of 5 firefighters took Engine 49-5, QRS 49, and Utility 49 and picked up some local children and drove them to school. The lucky Brandywine Elementary School students included:

Freddie Digby
Hope Digby
Mackenzie Linsley
Macy Linsley
Jack Linsley
Max Watson ... (Full Story & Photos)

Automatic Alarm - Food on the Stove

East Brandywine Fire Company , May 19

On Wednesday evening, East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers were dispatched to Pennswick Drive for a reported automatic fire alarm.

Upon arrival it was noted that the alarm was set off by cooking and no services were required. The Company returned to the Station to participate in their weekly training session. ... (Full Story & Photos)

T3 Training: Vechicle Rescue Series - Part 6

East Brandywine Fire Company , May 19

On Wednesday evening May 19th, East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers continued to train on vehicle rescue.

Thirty-three members were in attendance to learn more about hybrid and electric cars. Both of these types of vehicles pose unique challenges to Fire and EMS professionals with regard to vehicle rescue and fire suppression activities.

Additionally those in attendance had an opportunity ... (Full Story & Photos)

East Brandywine Fire Company Welcomes A New Member

East Brandywine Fire Company , May 16

We would like to welcome a new addition to the Quigley family. Dave and his wife Cassie welcomed in their first child, a beautiful baby girl Kaylin Rose Quigley was born on Sunday at 8:23 pm weighing in at 7 pounds and 6.6 ounces.

Dave is a very active member running EMS and Fire calls and he will now have a new duty, being a father to his beautiful baby girl, Kaylin.

All of us at EBFC would like ... (Full Story & Photos)

Annual Fire and Police Golf Outing

East Brandywine Fire Company , May 12

On Monday May 9th, Applecross Country Club hosted the East Brandywine Fire & Police Services Golf Outing.

Although the day turned somewhat windy and cold, according to golfers the outing could not have been more successful.

The outing got started after golfers enjoyed a continental breakfast.

Throughout the day golfers had the opportunity to win prizes such as a 2-year lease on a car as well as ... (Full Story & Photos)

East Brandywine Volunteers Salute Tyler Correll

East Brandywine Fire Company , May 05

Last evening, just prior to training East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers received a special visit. Tyler Correll accompanied by his parents stopped by to drop off a donation.

Tyler did something incredibly special for the Company via a random act of kindness and generosity. At his 14th birthday party Tyler requested donations instead of gifts, resulting in $550 donation to the Company.

As ... (Full Story & Photos)

T3 Training: Vehicle Rescue Series - Part 4

East Brandywine Fire Company , May 05

On Wednesday evening May 5th, thirty-two East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers turned out to participate in air bag training. This is the fourth installment of an eight part series surrounding vehicle rescue.

Training Officer Chris Keen and Captain Joe Monestere reviewed all aspects of an air bag operation to include the following:

Identification of all equipment utilized in an air bag operation

Function ... (Full Story & Photos)

Sustainable Funding Solutions & Retention / Recruitment Challenges – The Two Biggest Problems Faced By Volunteer Fire Companies Today

Fire Chief John Edwards, May 02

As Chief of the East Brandywine Fire Company I have the privilege of leading an incredibly talented group of volunteers. They are passionate about providing high quality emergency services to the residents, business owners, and visitors of East Brandywine, West Brandywine, and Upper Uwchlan Townships.

In 2015, East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers responded to over 749 emergencies (373 Fire/Rescue ... (Full Story & Photos)


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