On Wednesday February 15th, 2012 at 1623 hours the Westwood Fire Company for the water tender and Sadsburyville Fire Company for the engine were dispatched to relocate to the Honey Brook Fire Company while they operated on a building fire on Horseshoe Pike in Honey Brook Township. Engine 31-2 with 5 made the response at 1630 hours.
While northbound on Route 10 Chester County Fire Board alerted Engine 31-2 and Engine 44-5 of a mobile home fire in the 6000 block of Main Street, Salisbury Township, Lancaster County covering the Honey Brook Fire Company. Additional fire apparatus was dispatched from the Blue Ball Fire Company, Salisbury Township Fire and Ambulance- White Horse Station, Goodville Fire Company and Twin Valley Fire Department.
Engine 31-2 arrived first in at 1650 hours and had smoke showing from the mobile home. Lancaster Chief 4-9 instructed crews to split sending half inside and half to the roof for vertical ventilation. Engine 31-2 pulled a 200' 1-3/4" attack line to the rear of the structure and Engine 44-5 arrived behind to pull the same to the interior.
Engine 31-2 established a supply line from Engine 44-5 and Blue Ball Tanker 3-2. Crews opened up the area of fire and had it quickly knocked down.
Engine 31-2 remained on the scene assisting with salvage and overhaul and cleared the scene at 1802 hours.
Engine 31-2, Squad 31
Firefighter Loesch reporting conditions back to Assistant Chief Audette.
Engine 44-5 in behind Engine 31-2, crews ran a line to the rear of the structure and to the interior to extnguish the fire.
Lieutenant Yervelli on the scene.
Sadsburyville and Westwood personnel operating on the roof.
Engine 31-2 and area water tenders on the scene.
Westwood Captain Short, 4-9 Firefighter, Firefighter Conover and Firefighter/EMT Dill overhauling the roof.