This morning at 06:01hrs, Cascade 3292 responded on a second alarm dwelling fire with station 25(Trexlertown).
The cascade positioned on Mosser Rd, a short time after setting up the crew was summoned to assist with overhaul. Crews filled multiple cylinders before being released at 07:15 hrs. ... See moreSee less
Today was a hot one. Members today felt the heat on two back to back calls and upon return to the station were greeted with members of the community completing a random act of kindness in honor of their friend who passed away. These community members dropped off two cases of water for our members. Thank you to all the community members who support the Woodlawn Fire Department.
More about their random acts of kindness can be found at the hashtag: #rak4asd" ... See moreSee less
Woodlawn and Whitehall Township Bureau of Fire Rescue 3641 are currently on Route 22 westbound just after 15th street handling a 7 vehicle accident with one vehicle on its roof.
Units arrived on the scene to find a 7 vehicle accident closing Route 22 westbound. Crews assisted with patient care and mitigated a moderate spill. Whitehall unit 4092 also responded. ... See moreSee less
This evening, your Woodlawn volunteers participated in water rescue training. Crews simulated rescuing and extricating a victim though moving and standing bodies of water. The equipment utilized for the drill was recently acquired through Pennsylvania grant funding.
Luckily, water rescues aren’t a frequent occurrence in our area, but training for them was a fun way to cool down after a hot day! Thank you for your continued support! ... See moreSee less
At 23:15Hrs last evening, Engine 3212 and Cascade 3292 responded to Lehigh Valley Dairy in Whitehall township for a structure fire.
Engine 3212 crew assisted with searching of a large 3 story commercial building. Cascade 3292 filled multiple cylinder while on the scene. Station 32 was released by 35 command just after 01:00hrs. ... See moreSee less
Another reminder to close doors in your home, especially at night, to protect you from a fire.This photo is from a recent structure fire in Fairfield CA. Behind this door was a fire that engulfed everything inside. A closed door is a powerful tool. Closed doors can keep smoke and fire from spreading. Help keep your stuff safe. Keep the temperature down. SAVE YOUR LIFE! Be part of the closed door crew. #fireprevention #closeddoorcrew #ulfirepreventionandsafety ... See moreSee less
House Bill 542 was signed into law on October 30, 2017. Under the new law, the Fireworks Act of 1939 was repealed and replaced in its entirety. The complete version of the new law can be viewed by clicking on the Pennsylvania State Police link below. www.psp.pa.gov/public-safety/Pages/fireworks-safety.aspx
Perhaps one of the most overlooked fire prevention and safety techniques to protect yourself and your family from overnight fires is to close bedroom doors. Even a hollow core door will earn you precious minutes of reprieve from heat and smoke.This morning @ 1:17a.m. (6-26-18) crews from espy, lightstreet, millville and bloomsburg fire departments. Responded to a structure fire in scott twp. Rescue chief arrived on scene and advised of a working basement fire. 1- 1.75 line was placed into service holding the fire to the basement. Great team work done by all departments involved. Note: the importance of keeping your doors closed. ... See moreSee less