Sadsburyville Fire Company No. 1

2017 Incidents
Calls
Jan 24
Feb 14
Mar 15
Apr 0
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 53

Past Call Stats
Fire/Rescue
2016 163
2015 191
2014 168
2013 149
2012 150
2011 149
2010 122
2009 168
2008 176
2007 154
2006 154
2005 149
2004 133
2003 131

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Sadsburyville Firefighters, EMTs and Fire Police taking part in Bloodbourne Pathogens training.
Sadsburyville Firefighters, EMTs and Fire Police taking part in Bloodbourne Pathogens training.

Blood Bourne Pathogen Training

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, April 10

Annually our active personnel take part in bloodbourne pathogens training. At the Sadsburyville Fire Company we place our health and safety first, training like this prepares us for situations where our health and safety may be compromised.

Regularly our volunteers respond to auto accidents and assist the local EMS companies. By doing this, our people our exposed to bodily fluids that could cause ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Dual Fire Police Response Within 24 Hours of Going in Service

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, March 29

On March 29th, 2017 around 0600, the Sadsburyville Fire Company received its first dispatch for fire police. An auto accident took place in West Fallowfield Township in Cochranville's first due. A fire police task force was requested to shut down the roads around the incident summoning Utility 31 and Fire Police.

Later in the day around 2000, Utility 31 was dispatched again to assist the Westwood ... (Full Story & Photos)

Utility 31 and Fire Police Officers shut down Route 10 in West Fallowfield Township.
Utility 31 and Fire Police Officers shut down Route 10 in West Fallowfield Township.

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Sadsburyville firefighters manage a hose line during Monday's training.
Sadsburyville firefighters manage a hose line during Monday's training.

Pump and Hose Line Training

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, March 27

On Monday March 27th, 2017 at 1900 the Sadsburyville volunteers began their weekly training session. This came after the Fire Police Swear In Ceremony held at our Station at 1830.

Several firefighters are currently in training to drive and operate Engine 31-1 and Engine 31-2. Currently Firefighter Senter is also in the Pumper Driver/Operator course at Chester County to become proficient in pumping ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Fire Police Sworn In

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, March 27

Monday night the Honorable Michael J. Cabry lll was on station to swear in our recently certified fire police. Seven members of our company had or received fire police training and as a group decided to bring that service to our community.

In recent months we have been equipping Utility 31 with miscellaneous equipment to assist us in our emergency service delivery and some of the equipment purchased ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire Police sworn in by Judge Cabry to perform their duties.
Fire Police sworn in by Judge Cabry to perform their duties.

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Sadsburyville Fire/Rescue on scene of a vehicle accident in Sadsbury Township.
Sadsburyville Fire/Rescue on scene of a vehicle accident in Sadsbury Township.

Accident Reported with Fire on Lincoln Highway, Sadsbury Township

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, March 24

On March 24th around 1000, the Sadsburyville Fire Company and EMS were dispatched to Cowan Road and Lincoln Highway in Sadsbury Township for an auto accident reported serious. Moments after dispatched Chief Grossman arrived and reported a one vehicle accident with rollover and no fire. There was no entrapment and no fire as was initially reported.

Engine 31-1 (BC Conroy) arrived and secured hazards ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chicken Coop Fire in West Caln

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, March 22

Wednesday March 22nd, 2017 at 1322 the Sadsburyville Fire Company was dispatched to the 300 Block of Ash Rd for the reported out building fire assisting the Wagontown Fire Company in West Caln Township. Westwood Battalion Chief Sly arrived minutes later and confirmed a small chicken coop well involved. Engines 31-1 and 31-2 arrived first stretching a hand line and making the initial attack.

Engine ... (Full Story & Photos)

Sadsburyville and Wagontown Firefighters work together to contain the chicken coop fire.
Sadsburyville and Wagontown Firefighters work together to contain the chicken coop fire.

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Assistant Chief Harrington at the Rainbow Deli fire in Valley.
Assistant Chief Harrington at the Rainbow Deli fire in Valley.

Passing of Past Assistant Chief Mickey Harrington

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, March 19

Mickey Harrington was a life member and Past Assistant Chief of the Sadsburyville Fire Company during the late 80's. His work did not go unnoticed and we thank him and his family for his years of dedication to the fire service.

Obituary from Wildefuneralhome.com:
Mickey L. Harrington Sr., 84, of Honey Brook, passed away on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at Hickory House Nursing Home. He was the beloved ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Possible Chimney Fire in West Caln

Fire Chief Adam Grossman, March 12

On Sunday at 1601 the company was dispatched to the 1000 Block of W. Kings Hwy for a reported house fire with reports of smoke in the kitchen. Deputy 35 (Reber) responded and was advised by Chester County Fire Radio that the caller had smoke in the kitchen.

Crews arrived and Deputy 35 assumed the West Kings Highway Command and investigated the light haze in the house, crews were able to determine ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 31-1 on scene of a reported house fire in West Caln Township.
Engine 31-1 on scene of a reported house fire in West Caln Township.

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