East Brandywine Fire Company
East Brandywine Fire Company

2022 Incidents
Fire Medical Total
Jan 37 22 59
Feb 42 19 61
Mar 36 18 54
Apr 28 24 52
May 33 25 58
Jun 23 30 53
Jul 30 12 42
Aug 32 24 56
Total 261 174 435

Previous Years Incidents
Fire Medical Total
2021 367 224 591
2020 353 256 608
2019 360 554 914
2018 350 550 900
2017 330 484 814
2016 356 402 758
2015 373 376 749
2014 426 430 856
2013 366 451 817
2012 380 431 811
2011 362 445 807
2010 300 422 722
Total 4323 5025 9347

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Ladder Assists Coatesville on 2 Alarm Fire

East Brandywine Fire Company , September 11

On Sunday afternoon as firefighters from the City of Coatesville and surrounding departments were battling a two alarm fire on E Chestnut St, Ladder 49 was requested to respond to Station 41 (Coatesville) to cover their area.

While en-route to the city the Ladder was requested to respond to the scene to assist. The crew made the response and arrived within minutes and were assigned to assist in ... (Full Story & Photos)

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East Brandywine Fire Company , September 10

Saturday afternoon just after 12pm, EBFC along with mutual aid were dispatched to the 300 block of Corner Ketch Rd for what was originally reported as a barn fire.

Assistant 49 arrived on location with a detached garage with smoke showing. Upon doing a 360 around the building Assistant 49 noted he had a riding mower well off inside the building with extension to the building itself.

Engine 49-2 ... (Full Story & Photos)

Working House Fire on Highspire Rd

East Brandywine Fire Company , August 26

On Friday evening EBFC was dispatched with other mutual aid to assist the Glen Moore Fire Company on a reported house fire on Highspire Rd.

FM30 and Deputy 49 were the first two to arrive and had heavy fire throughout the home with fire through the roof.

Engine 49-5 was the first fire apparatus on scene and stretched a 2 1/2 and 1 3/4 handlines to the residence and began making a knock on the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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East Brandywine Fire Company , August 24

On Wednesday August 24th we continued our multi part forcible entry training.
Training Officer Peta presented a brief lecture focused on forcing commercial doors, defeating multiple different lock systems, and an overview of saw safety.

Following the lecture firefighters headed out to our training pad for hands on practice. Each firefighter cut through chain and locks, simulated window security ... (Full Story & Photos)

Probationary Firefighters Learn About Forcible Entry

East Brandywine Fire Company , August 20

On Saturday August 20th our probationary fire firefighter training series continued focusing on forcible entry.
This training has proven invaluable to the Companies success with recruitment and retention.
The training series is run by our veteran firefighters and allows for our less experienced firefighters to get focused attention. This also allows an opportunity for our Junior Firefighters (14 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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East Brandywine Fire Company , August 13

Rescue, QRS, Utility and Deputy 49 made the response to this early evening auto accident on 322 between Crops & Bollinger Rd

Two vehicles struck each other going westbound on 322 and one vehicle went across the roadway, hopped the curb and up into the grass. Once patient was evaluated on scene by Minquas EMS and transported to a local hospital.

Crews had the Eastbound lanes closed during the incident ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Member Photos Taken

East Brandywine Fire Company , August 10

On Wednesday evening before our monthly meeting, several of our new members had their photos taken. We are lucky to have such a great group of Men & Women who are willing to spend their time helping our community.

We'd love to have you join as well. So stop down and visit us and become a member of an amazing group!!... (Full Story & Photos)

Junior Firefighter Andrew Colon
Junior Firefighter Andrew Colon

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East Brandywine Fire Company , August 10

EBFC Probationary Training continued this past week at the station. Senior members gathered with the probationary members and went over all of their gear with them and how to properly put it on and take it off. Members also took the time to sit down and build camaraderie with the probationary members. We have a wide range of probationary members from Junior members who are 14-17 years old to others ... (Full Story & Photos)


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