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...
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...
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...
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...
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!
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