East Brandywine Fire Company
East Brandywine Fire Company

2014 Incidents
Fire QRS
Jan 33 51
Feb 55 38
Mar 32 20
Apr 35 40
May 38 28
Jun 0 0
Jul 0 0
Aug 0 0
Sep 0 0
Oct 0 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 193 177

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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Training Session Includes Drivers Test and Hose Lays

East Brandywine Fire Company , July 31

On Wednesday July 30th, twenty-five East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers participated in practicing hose lays while incorporating a drivers qualification test.

The group reviewed forward lays, reverse lays, as well as split lays. Crews were divided and participated in multiple scenarios which included securing a water supply, and charging handlines.

While participating in scenario based ... (Full Story & Photos)

Assist in West Caln Township for Mobile Home Fire

East Brandywine Fire Company , July 29

East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers were dispatched shortly after 7am this morning to assist Wagontown Fire Company with a mobile home fire. Chief 49, Engine 49-1 and Engine 49-5 made the response with 14 persons shortly after dispatch.

Prior to arrival reports indicated the mobile home was well involved. Once on scene EBFC personnel worked collaboratively with multiple Companies to extinguish ... (Full Story & Photos)

Weather Changes Training Plan

East Brandywine Fire Company , July 24

On the evening of July 23rd East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers were forced to change their training plans based on storms that moved into the area.

About 30 volunteers started the evening enjoying a meal provided by Chief Engineer Bob Zynn and FF Deb Feairheller. Following the meal, a white board exercise was conducted involving a discussion on operations and tactics. Training Officer Chris ... (Full Story & Photos)

Passing of our Friend FF Ryan Miller

East Brandywine Fire Company , July 23

It is with heavy hearts that the Officer and Members of East Brandywine Fire Company announce the death of our friend FF Ryan Miller. Ryan died Saturday night following a motorcycle accident.

As many of you already know Ryan was FF Robbie Miller's brother. Robbie passed away in May of 2013 also as a result of a motorcycle accident.

Following Robbie's death many East Brandywine members had the ... (Full Story & Photos)

An incredible team of Volunteers
An incredible team of Volunteers

Annual Chicken BBQ a Huge Success - 1,000 Tickets Sold Out

East Brandywine Fire Company , July 20

On Saturday July 19th, East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers hosted their annual Chicken BBQ. The event was an incredible success with 1,000 dinners served.

The Officers and Members would like to thank all of the those from the Community who turned out and supported this important fundraiser.

Additionally special thanks to Caitlin D'Amico for her hard work with coordinating the event, and ... (Full Story & Photos)

House Fire Assist in West Caln Township

East Brandywine Fire Company, July 20

On July 17th East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers were dispatched to assist Wagontown Fire Company for a garage fire on Birdell Road in West Caln Township.

Engine 49 and Ladder 49 were due on the assignment, and in total twenty three volunteers from East Brandywine assisted along with manpower from several other Companies.

The call was originally dispatched as a garage fire. Upon arrival ... (Full Story & Photos)

Busy Weekday - Auto Accident with Entrapment, Lightning Strike, and Shopping Complex Evacuation

East Brandywine Fire Company , July 16

Tuesday July 16th proved to be a busy day for East Brandywine Volunteers.

The day started with a QRS run to Hopewell United Methodist Church for a syncopal episode in the cemetery.

Mid-morning volunteers from East Brandywine Fire Company, Glen Moore Fire Company, and the Downingtown Fire Department were dispatched to gas leak at the Dairy Queen. Upon arrival a strong odor of gas was detected ... (Full Story & Photos)

East Brandywine Firefighter Spearheads Important Research Project

East Brandywine Fire Company , July 14

From: The Mercury News (Frank Otto)

Sometimes, the most deadly part of a fire isn’t the smoke or flames but the stress placed on a firefighter’s body as they move in, out, up and down a burning building.

Wearing heavy “bunker gear” and carrying other equipment and breathing apparatus, firefighters are susceptible to over-exertion and even heart attacks.

Nearly every year, more than half of the ... (Full Story & Photos)


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East Brandywine Fire Company
2096 Bondsville Road
Downingtown, PA 19335

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