RV Fire
Thursday, 23 September 2010

Today at 16:23 Station 44 and Station 48 (Coudersport) were dispatched for a RV fire at the Hemlock campground in Wharton Township. Chief 44-20 (M.Bacon), Chief 44-60 (J.Moate), Chief 44-70 (S.Orlowski) and LT 44 (S.Frank) all responded at time of dispatch. 

 

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Sunday Morning Mva
Sunday, 12 September 2010

Today at 10:45 Station 44 was dispatched to Route 155 in Keating Township for a MVA reported vehicle into a structure. Rescue 44-8, Engine 44-2, Patrol 44-4, Ambulance 44-6 and Ambulance 44-7 would all respond. All Chief Officers would also respond at time of dispatch.

 

 

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Early Morning MVA
Tuesday, 07 September 2010

This morning at 02:51 Station 44 was toned out for a MVA with roll over on the Cowley Hill road in Portage Township. Chief 44-10 (C.Cooney), Chief 44-20 (M.Bacon), Chief 44-60 (J.Moate), Chief 44-70 (S.Orlowski) and LT 44 (S.Frank) all responded at time of dispatch. Moments later Rescue 44-8, Engine 44-2 and Ambulance 44-6 would respond.

 

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Working Fire On Box 44-03
Sunday, 29 August 2010

Tonight at 18:20 Station 44 and Station 48 (Coudersport) were dispatched to the scene of a working fire with flames showing on the Crandall Road in Sylvania Township. Chief 44-10 (C.Cooney), Chief 44-20 (M.Bacon), Chief 44-30 (J.Burgett), Chief 44-60 (J.Moate), Chief 44-70 (S.Orlowski) and LT 44 (S.Frank) all responded at time of dispatch. Engine 44-2 and Tanker 44-5 responded just moments later, followed by Tanker 44-15, Rescue 44-8, Patrol 44-4 and Ambulance 44-6. Chief 44-30 was first on scene reporting heavy fire through the roof of the structure and a 500 gallon propane tank in danger, and established Austin Command.

 

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Dispatched For Traffic Contol
Friday, 27 August 2010

Today at 14:25 Station 44 was toned out for traffic control at the intersections of route 155 and route 607. Chief 44-20 (M.Bacon), Chief 44-60 (J.Moate) and LT 44 (S.Frank) all responded at time of dispatch. Patrol 44-4 would respond moments later. Once on scene Chief 44-20 reported a tractor trailer bottomed out on the roadway and both highways were completely blocked. Personnel provided traffic control until they were released by P.S.P.

 

 

 

 

 

Officer In Charge - Chief 44-20

 

Units On Scene - Patrol 44-4, PSP, Chief 44-60

 

**Photos: Dana Stevens**

 
Station 44 Runs 3rd Call Of The Day
Sunday, 22 August 2010

Tonight shortly before 20:00 Station 44 was toned out to assist Ambulance 44-6 with lifting at the scene of a medical emergency in Keating Township. Chief 44-20 (M.Bacon) and Chief 44-30 (J.Burgett) both responded at time of dispatch. Moments later Rescue 44-8 would respond. Once on scene personnel assisted with lifting and loading of patient. Shortly after personnel would return to quarters.
 
Officer In Charge - Chief 44-30
 
Units On Scene - Rescue 44-8, Ambulance 44-6, Medic 6

 

 
Something Was Cooking
Sunday, 22 August 2010

Today at 10:48 Station 44 was toned out for an oven fire in the Austin Boro. Chief 44-10 (C.Cooney), Chief 44-20 (M.Bacon), Chief 44-30 (J.Burgett), Chief 44-60 (J.Moate), Cpt 44 (R.Freer) and Lt 44 (S.Frank) all responded at time of dispatch. Moments later Engine 44-2 and Tanker 44-5 responded. Chief 44-10 on scene and reported no fire and had all units recalled.

 

 

Austin Command - Chief 44-10

 

Units On Scene - Engine 44-2, Tanker 44-5

 
Chief Tones Activated
Sunday, 22 August 2010

At 01:30 the Chief tones were activated for an unknown type fire on the Cowley Hill Road in Keating Township. Chief 44 (D.VanWhy) responded at time of activation. Moments later Chief 44 was on scene and reported a controlled burn of an old building and all that was left was a pile of smoldering debris and returned available.
 
Officer In Charge - Chief 44

 

 
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