Saturday evening February 13th QRS 49 was dispatched in conjunction with Ambulance 41 to an injured person on Hadfield Road. Based on the nature of the call and its location Deputy 49 requested ATV 49 be added to the assignment.
Upon arrival of QRS 49, EMS personnel assessed and treated the patient while awaiting Ambulance 41 and the ATV. Upon arrival of the ambulance it staged while the patient ... (Full Story & Photos)
On the evening of Monday February 8th East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers responded to assist the Glen Moore Fire Company on a chimney fire.
Chief 48 arrived on location and confirmed an active fire in the chimney which appeared to be contained. Upon arrival, personnel stood by on the roof while interior crews addressed the fire box, and checked for extension in the walls of the home. Once ... (Full Story & Photos)
Last week, East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers got a surprise visit from the students at Pope John Paul Elementary School. Several students and their Teachers dropped by the Station in order to drop off breakfast and say "thank-you" for the dedicated service.
According to Fire Chief John Edwards "we love our partnership with all 4 of the Elementary Schools we serve, having a working relationship ... (Full Story & Photos)
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)