Monthly Calls
 Month
Fire
 Jan
50
 Feb
49
 Mar
32
 Apr
30
 May
56
 Jun
48
 Jul
 Aug
 Sep
 Oct
 Nov
 Dec
 Total
265

Calls By Year
2015
615
2016
710
2017
667
2018
710
2019
709

Upcoming Events
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Your Woodlawn volunteers responded with Cascade 3292 to Upper Macungie Township today to a second alarm dwelling fire. Crews supported salvage operations, completed cascade duties and assisted with breakdown of the scene. Thank you for your continued support!On scene 7700 Blk of Cross Creek Circle South in Upper Macungie, Lehigh County for a 2nd alarm house fire. Crews had the fire that heavily damaged the home under control in about an hour with no reported injuries...... ... See moreSee less

Your Woodlawn volunteers responded with Cascade 3292 to Upper Macungie Township today to a second alarm dwelling fire. Crews supported salvage operations, completed cascade duties and assisted with breakdown of the scene. Thank you for your continued support!

 

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Alyssa Nuel

People please listen! Do not have grills on your deck and no open flames. Keep grills and open fires well away from highly flammable sources. Everyone wants to be safe always!

Ah, just like my good old days.

Of all the ways to protect yourself and your family from a house fire, closing bedroom doors at night may be one that doesn't get nearly the attention it deserves. We've shared stories like this before but it always bears repeating: a closed door will significantly slow a fire's growth, providing valuable minutes for firefighters to arrive and get under way. Look closely at how little damage was done inside this child's bedroom. Kudos for a job well done Bolingbrook Fire Fighters Association IAFF Local 3005!This morning the Bolingbrook Fire Department was dispatched to a residential house fire on the east side of town. Immediately upon our arrival, crews started extinguishing the fire, and searching the home. Shortly thereafter, crews were notified of a child trapped inside the home. Local 3005 members were able to find, and rescue the child from a bedroom with a closed door. Please note from our pictures how a simple closed bedroom door can stop heat and smoke until firefighters can reach you in a house fire. Strong work B-Shift! ... See moreSee less

Of all the ways to protect yourself and your family from a house fire, closing bedroom doors at night may be one that doesnt get nearly the attention it deserves. Weve shared stories like this before but it always bears repeating: a closed door will significantly slow a fires growth, providing valuable minutes for firefighters to arrive and get under way. Look closely at how little damage was done inside this childs bedroom. Kudos for a job well done Bolingbrook Fire Fighters Association IAFF Local 3005!

Woodlawn volunteers responded to 56 calls for service in May, bringing the 2020 running total to 217 calls. Thank you for your support! ... See moreSee less

 

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Stay safe everyone

Cascade 3292 is again operating this morning with companies from Berks and Lehigh counties at a dwelling fire, today in Greenwich Township (Kutztown Community Fire Company). While not typical, Woodlawn does respond to out-of-county incidents, especially with the air truck. ... See moreSee less

Cascade 3292 is again operating this morning with companies from Berks and Lehigh counties at a dwelling fire, today in Greenwich Township (Kutztown Community Fire Company). While not typical, Woodlawn does respond to out-of-county incidents, especially with the air truck.

Cascade 3292 is currently operating at a second alarm dwelling fire in western Lynn Township (Lynnport Community Fire Co. No. 1) with companies from Lehigh and Berks counties. ... See moreSee less

Cascade 3292 is currently operating at a second alarm dwelling fire in western Lynn Township (Lynnport Community Fire Co. No. 1) with companies from Lehigh and Berks counties.

 

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Yes except they lost there dog and cat and everything they worked for it sad

Pray everyone will be safe

Is everyone safe.

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