Monthly Calls
 Month
Fire
 Jan
64
 Feb
54
 Mar
76
 Apr
46
 May
47
 Jun
43
 Jul
73
 Aug
62
 Sep
59
 Oct
 Nov
 Dec
 Total
524

Calls By Year
2016
710
2015
615
2017
667

Upcoming Events
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On November 14, The Woodlawn Fire Department was awarded the Sophie Gerhard and Edwin Adamczak Community Grant from the Western Lehigh Chamber of Commerce.

Chief Kutz, Deputy Chief Kish and Administrative Support Jen Carl were in attendance to accept the award. We will be using these funds to stock additional EMS equipment. Thank you to the Western Lehigh Chamber of Commerce for their support in helping us to continue our mission of better serving our community.
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On November 14, The Woodlawn Fire Department was awarded the Sophie Gerhard and Edwin Adamczak Community Grant from the Western Lehigh Chamber of Commerce. 

Chief Kutz, Deputy Chief Kish and Administrative Support Jen Carl were in attendance to accept the award. We will be using these funds to stock additional EMS equipment. Thank you to the Western Lehigh Chamber of Commerce for their support in helping us to continue our mission of better serving our community.

 

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Congrats that is awesome

Congrats

Western Lehigh Chamber of Commerce

3 days ago

Woodlawn Fire Department

Forecasts are coming together for an early winter system to affect our area tomorrow, with the typical change-over giving us a chance to see multiple forms of precipitation. Use extra caution if you must travel, be prepared for possible utility disruptions and follow local media for possible closures or delays.Do you know the difference between snow squalls and blowing snow? 🌨️ Learn your winter weather terms before a storm hits. ⬇️ Get more winter preparedness information at bit.ly/ReadyPAWinter.

#WinterWeatherAwarenessWeek #WinterPrep #PAwx
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Forecasts are coming together for an early winter system to affect our area tomorrow, with the typical change-over giving us a chance to see multiple forms of precipitation. Use extra caution if you must travel, be prepared for possible utility disruptions and follow local media for possible closures or delays.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Nancy Run Fire Company and the Rampulla family upon the sudden passing of Firefighter Jared Rampulla. May he Rest In Peace. ... See moreSee less

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Nancy Run Fire Company and the Rampulla family upon the sudden passing of Firefighter Jared Rampulla. May he Rest In Peace.

 

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RIP

Thoughts and prayers to the family and friends and to the fire department

Prayers to him and his entire family.

RIP BROTHER We got it from here

Rest In Peace Brother

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1 week ago

Woodlawn Fire Department

Just after 22:00hrs last evening, Chief 3201 and Tanker 3221 responded to the 1800blk of Church Road for a reported vehicle fire.

Chief 3201 arrived to find a vehicle well involved in the parking lot of Jordan United Church of Christ. Tanker 3221 deployed one 1-3/4" handline to extinguish the fire. Crews cleared one hour later. Hazmat 3291 also responded.
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Just after 22:00hrs last evening, Chief 3201 and Tanker 3221 responded to the 1800blk of Church Road for a reported vehicle fire. 

Chief 3201 arrived to find a vehicle well involved in the parking lot of Jordan United Church of Christ. Tanker 3221 deployed one 1-3/4 handline to extinguish the fire. Crews cleared one hour later. Hazmat 3291 also responded.

 

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Thank you to all first responders for quick actions.

Doug Cortright

Galit Cohen

3 weeks ago

Woodlawn Fire Department

Chief Tice discussed some basic building construction concepts during Monday's drill, with special attention to elements crews may encounter at residence and businesses in South Whitehall. Building construction is an important consideration for fire suppression because it often predicts fire growth and behavior, ventilation techniques, rescue access and risk of catastrophic structural failure in a fire. Afterward, Chief Kutz discussed considerations when building construction observations can direct suppression efforts, including when it is excessively unsafe to be inside a building; while building fires are inherently dangerous, a building that is about to collapse often gives clues to when personnel should back away and take a defensive posture. ... See moreSee less

Chief Tice discussed some basic building construction concepts during Mondays drill, with special attention to elements crews may encounter at residence and businesses in South Whitehall. Building construction is an important consideration for fire suppression because it often predicts fire growth and behavior, ventilation techniques, rescue access and risk of catastrophic structural failure in a fire. Afterward, Chief Kutz discussed considerations when building construction observations can direct suppression efforts, including when it is excessively unsafe to be inside a building; while building fires are inherently dangerous, a building that is about to collapse often gives clues to when personnel should back away and take a defensive posture.

 

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When i was with cetronia i remember he d oh d this class or lecture a couple of times loved it learned alot from it

3 weeks ago

Woodlawn Fire Department

Just after 1300hrs Sunday, Cascade 3292 and Chief 3204 responded to the 900-block of Mauch Chunk Road in Palmerton for a dwelling fire. Members assisted by filling 40 air cylinders and operated at the scene until about 1445hrs. Great job to all crews!

Photos by past member Kyle Walbert and Deputy Chief Kish.
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Just after 1300hrs Sunday, Cascade 3292 and Chief 3204 responded to the 900-block of Mauch Chunk Road in Palmerton for a dwelling fire. Members assisted by filling 40 air cylinders and operated at the scene until about 1445hrs. Great job to all crews!

Photos by past member Kyle Walbert and Deputy Chief Kish.

 

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TYFYS

Hope everyone was okay

Tyler Henning

It's a GIRL!!! Woodlawn congratulates our QRS Medical Director Dr. Matt Palilonis and his wife on the arrival yesterday of Shea Marie Palilonis, 9lbs 7oz, 19 inches. Very best wishes from all of us at the firehouse! ... See moreSee less

Its a GIRL!!! Woodlawn congratulates our QRS Medical Director Dr. Matt Palilonis and his wife on the arrival yesterday of Shea Marie Palilonis, 9lbs 7oz, 19 inches. Very best wishes from all of us at the firehouse!

 

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Congratulations!

Congrats!

congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations !

Congrats

Congratulations!!! :)

Congrats

CONGRATS

Congrats

Congrats!

Congratulations

Congrats

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3 weeks ago

Woodlawn Fire Department

Members (dressed as not-so-scary volunteer firefighters) are participating in tonight's trick-or-treating in South Whitehall, handing out candy at Fernwood Park. Remember to drive SLOWLY through neighborhoods and watch for children crossing the street. Have a safe and spooky night! ... See moreSee less

Members (dressed as not-so-scary volunteer firefighters) are participating in tonights trick-or-treating in South Whitehall, handing out candy at Fernwood Park. Remember to drive SLOWLY through neighborhoods and watch for children crossing the street. Have a safe and spooky night!

 

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Way to go Guys!!!!

Good job guys

3 weeks ago

Woodlawn Fire Department

At 18:34hrs, Chief 32 and Tanker 3221 responded to the 1800blk of Mauch Chunk Rd in Greenawalds for a MVA with rescue.

3221 arrived on the scene deploying one 1-3/4” hand line as a precaution. Crews from 32 and 11 performed a door removal to gain access to one patient trapped. Engine 312 assisted with stabilization and prepared for a roof removal if needed.

Hazmat 3291 also responded.
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At 18:34hrs, Chief 32 and Tanker 3221 responded to the 1800blk of Mauch Chunk Rd in Greenawalds for a MVA with rescue. 

3221 arrived on the scene deploying one 1-3/4” hand line as a precaution. Crews from 32 and 11 performed a door removal to gain access to one patient trapped. Engine 312 assisted with stabilization and prepared for a roof removal if needed. 

Hazmat 3291 also responded.

 

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Great team effort by all three fire departments on this one!

Thank you to all the volunteers.

Thanks guys we all appreciate you.