Monday, September 11th, 2023
Utility 13 handled traffic control at the scene of a no injury MVA in the 3000 BLK Tyrone Pike (SR 350) in Rush Twp. Utility 13 operated for one hour with 7 volunteers.
Monday, September 4th, 2023
Call # 47. Box 13-10.Engine Rescue 13 assisted a homeowner with a controlled burn on Oak St in Rush Twp.
Saturday, September 2nd, 2023
Call # 46. 9/2/23. 05:55 hours.Box 13-10Landing ZoneSandy Ridge BallfieldEngine Rescue 13 established a landing zone at the request of EMS for LifeFlight 2. Company 13 operated for a little under 1 ho...
Friday, September 1st, 2023
Call # 45. 9/1/23.Box 13-20MVATYRONE PIKE @ FIRETOWER RD, RUSH TWP.While at the controlled burn, Engine Rescue 13 was alerted for a MVA with injuries. Upon arrival of EMS, found one vehicle off the ro...
Tuesday, August 15th, 2023
The 2023 Homecoming 50/50 Winner in the amount of $3,234 is Val Moore of Sandy Ridge! Congratulations!!
Tuesday, August 15th, 2023
Pictured are the 2023 Homecoming chinese Auction winners along with the ground prizes which consisted of a 65" smart TV, Blackstone grill, and a gas fire pit.We thank everyone for their support o...
Wednesday, July 12th, 2023
Over the past 3 years, we have been in the process of updating our structural firefighting turnout gear as ours was over the recommended NFPA replacement date of 10 years. We have purchased 7 sets of ...
Friday, June 2nd, 2023
We would like to congratulate PO graduate Brady Lewis. He had completed his Essentials of Firefighting and his National Registry EMT before graduation. We want to wish him all the best in his pathway ...
Home Safety


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