On Friday February 5th, East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers responded to an auto-accident with entrapment on Route 282. Upon Assistant 49's arrival he confirmed a two vehicle accident with one occupant still in the vehicle.
Engine 49 arrived shortly after dispatch and personnel quickly began stabilizing the car and preparing for extrication, while EMS personnel cared for the patient. Twenty-five ... (Full Story & Photos)
This past weekend Winter Storm Jonas hit the Region wreaking havoc on the area. During the storm East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers staffed the Station around the clock from Friday evening until Sunday evening. This in-house staffing was instrumental in ensuring emergency responses and decreasing response times related to the weather.
On Friday January 15th our Deputy Chief, Joe Edwards, was working out at Planet Fitness in Downingtown when a patron went into sudden cardiac arrest. Joe immediately initiated CPR and utilized an AED to administer shocks to the patient. The patient regained pulses and was transported to the hospital.
The Officers and Members of East Brandywine would like to congratulate Deputy Chief Edwards for a ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Wednesday evening January 13th East Brandywine Fire Company held their annual Line Officer Installation and Company Recognition Ceremony.
Overall the evening was a huge success with nearly 100 people in attendance.
The evening opened with Chief Edwards welcoming guests some of whom included Township representatives as well as business and community leaders. Chief Edwards also acknowledged all ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Sunday December 26th, East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers responded to an auto-accident at Route 322 and Route 82. Additionally Glen Moore Fire Company and Westwood Ambulance were also due on the assignment.
Upon arrival of Deputy 49, responding units were alerted that the crash involved 2 vehicles blocking the intersection. Additionally responding personnel used hydraulic tools to remove ... (Full Story & Photos)
In preparation for the Christmas holiday, once again East Brandywine's Christmas Eve breakfast drew a large crowd. It has become a bit of a tradition that volunteers gather Christmas Eve morning and eat together.
According to Assistant Chief Vince D'Amico "it is a great opportunity to spend time with friends and family to start the holiday ".