Recent Calls
Wed. Jan 13th 2021
1/13/21. BOX 13-30Utility 13 performed traffic control duties at the request of PSP Rockview due to a disabled tractor trailer in the 3000 BLK Tyrone Pike, Rush Twp.
Mon. Jan 11th 2021
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Call # 2. 1/11/21.FD Box: 1340Fire-Fire Police4900 TYRONE PIKE BLK, RUSH TWPCompany 13 provided traffic control on the Sandy Ridge Mountain due to an overturned tractor trailer. Company 13 was reliev...
Mon. Jan 11th 2021
Call # 1. 1/11/21.FD Box: 5711Fire-Dwelling Fire400 N SIXTH ST, PHILIPSBURGEngine Rescue 13 was alerted to assist the Philipsburg Fire Department with a dwelling fire on Sixth Street. Company 13 was p...
Tue. Dec 29th 2020
Crew pumped out a flooded basement.
Mon. Dec 28th 2020
Utility 13 shut down Route 350 southbound due to an accident in the Bald Eagle FD area. Roadway was closed for approximately 1 hour.
News Headlines
Fri. Nov 20th 2020
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Our annual ambulance subscription drive is underway for 2021. Our EMS service does third party billing. Most insurance companies only pay a percentage of the bill and will leave you with a great amoun...
Sat. Oct 3rd 2020
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Engine Rescue 13, Ambulance 13-1 and our 1933 Indiana Pumper attended the Port Matilda Fire Company parade and brought home the Judge's Choice Award, 1st placed Ambulance and 2nd place Engine. Pho...
Fri. Sep 11th 2020
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As today winds down to an end, we sit back to remember September 11, 2001. 2,977 people died, 19 years ago, from a senseless act of terrorism. 2,753 at the WTC, 184 at the Pentagon, and 40 in Shankesv...
Sat. Jul 4th 2020
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Today, we attended the annual Osceola Mills Firemen's parade and brought home the Chief's Award and 1st place Ambulance! We always enjoy participating in this parade every year! Thank you for ...
Sun. Jun 14th 2020
Gun Raffle Ticket Winners are as follows:1. Henry 44 Mag - Steve Dalghenbaugh2. $100.00 cash - Thomas Sharpless3. $50.00 cash - David HusarThank you to all who purchased!
Home Safety

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Prevention tips to accompany our free photos:

  • As a general rule, firefighting should be left to the fire department.
  • Only adults who know how to use portable fire extinguishers should use them.
  • Before trying to fight a fire, make sure that everyone is leaving the house, someone is calling 9-1-1, the extinguisher is mounted on the wall close to your way out, the fire is not bigger than a small wastepaper can and you can get out.
  • Inspect portable extinguishers monthly and have them serviced annually.
  • Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for placement and mounting height.
  • As a general rule, portable fire extinguishers for the home should have a rating of at least 2-A:10-B:C

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