East Brandywine Fire Company
East Brandywine Fire Company

2016 Incidents
Fire Medical
Jan 39 32
Feb 39 39
Mar 22 30
Apr 32 26
May 13 25
Jun 29 29
Total 174 181

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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Jul 28, 2016

The Wall That Heals

East Brandywine Fire Company , July 22

Hopewell United Methodist Church (UMC) and East Brandywine Township will play host this summer to The Wall That Heals, a 250-foot replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Part of a national tour, the replica memorial wall and accompanying mobile education center will be on display throughout the day and night, from July 28th to July 31st at East Brandywine Township Community Park, 440 Dilworth Road.

Since ... (Full Story & Photos)

T3 Training: 5 Minute Drill

East Brandywine Fire Company, July 20

On Wednesday evening, July 20th East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers participated in 5 Minute Drill training. Thirty-three members participated in the session which was run by Deputy Chief, Assistant Chief, Captain and Lieutenants.

Within East Brandywine's system, the 5-minute drill is considered essential to the success of our operations during a working fire.

The 5-minute drill focuses on ... (Full Story & Photos)

House Fire Assist in Caln Township

East Brandywine Fire Company , July 14

On Wednesday July 13th East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers were dispatched to assist the Thorndale Fire Company on a reported garage fire on North Bailey Road.

Deputy 49 arrived on location and reported smoke showing from a detached two car garage. Shortly after arrival a tanker task force was requested due to lack of hydrants in the area.

Assistant 49 assumed operations and personnel from ... (Full Story & Photos)

East Brandywine Fire Company Will Not Hold Annual Chicken BBQ This Year

East Brandywine Fire Company , July 12

It is with mixed emotions that the Officers and Members of the East Brandywine Fire Company announce the end of era. We will not be hosting our annual Chicken BBQ.

We would like to thank all of the Community Members for their support of the event over the years. We have enjoyed playing host to you and your family for this very special event.

While we will not be hosting the BBQ this year we are ... (Full Story)

T3 Training: ATV and Trailer Operations

East Brandywine Fire Company , July 07

On the evening of July 6th, East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers participated in ATV and Trailer operations training. Over 30 of the members attended the session geared towards providing a participants a comprehensive review of ATV operations.

Those who attended were broken into 3 groups. The groups then matriculated through 3 stations which covered the following:

General overview / Types ... (Full Story & Photos)

Mid Afternoon MVA and Medical Emergency ATV Response

East Brandywine Fire Company, June 30

On Wednesday June 30th East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers responded to Route 82 & Route 282 in West Nantmeal Township for what was initially reported as a car fire. When en-route personnel were updated that smoke was coming from an automobile following an accident.

Upon arrival personnel from Engine 49-1 assessed the patients involved and managed traffic control in this very busy intersection. ... (Full Story & Photos)

East Brandywine volunteers control traffic while PSP conducts investigation
East Brandywine volunteers control traffic while PSP conducts investigation

T3 Training: A Fall From Elevation

East Brandywine Fire Company, June 29

On the evening of June 29th East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers continued their training series on ropes and rigging. Throughout the month of June each training session emphasized a different aspect of rope rescue. This evening the months training culminated with a scenario in which a construction worker fell nearly 60 feet at a job site.

At around 19:15 hours the Company was dispatched to ... (Full Story & Photos)

Weekend Brings More Training and an MVA

East Brandywine Fire Company , June 26

East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers pride themselves on being prepared to respond to emergencies and mitigate the situation. To that end training plays an instrumental role in our weekly routine.

Volunteers train every Wednesday evening in order to be able to better respond to the emergencies that they face. Training Officer Chris Keen in conjunction with the Line Officers puts together a ... (Full Story & Photos)


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