Recent Calls
Thu. May 3rd 2018
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At 20:55 Stations 107(Turkeytown), 17(Smithton), 19(Yukon), 58(Scottdale), Tanker 74(East Huntingdon) and Air 38(Mt. Pleasant) were activated for reports of smoke and flames coming from the rear of a ...
Wed. Jul 26th 2017
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This past Wednesday a young man was working on a house in when he was injured in an accident. He sustained life threatening injuries to his arm while severing several arteries and veins. He was brough...
Mon. Jul 24th 2017
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As storms rolled through the Smithton Area around 21:00, roadways began to flood as calls came in to the 9-1-1 center. Station 17(Smithton) was originally activated for a flooded roadway near the fo...
Thu. Jul 13th 2017
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Shortly after 23:00 on Thursday evening, Fayette County Station 11 was alerted of a working abandoned structure fire on River Road in Dawson Borough. A second alarm was requested which added Westmore...
Wed. Jun 7th 2017
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Just before 11:00pm on Wednesday night, Station 82(West Newton) was activated for a possible structure fire near 105 South Second Street, West Newton Borough. Stations 103(Collinsburg), 11(Sutersville...
Call History
LADDER AND ENGINE CREWS GET QUICK KNOCKDOWN ON JACOBS CREEK FIRE
Thu. May 3rd 2018

At 20:55 Stations 107(Turkeytown), 17(Smithton), 19(Yukon), 58(Scottdale), Tanker 74(East Huntingdon) and Air 38(Mt. Pleasant) were activated for reports of smoke and flames coming from the rear of a house in the village of Jacobs Creek in South Huntingdon Township.

The Ladder arrived first to find heavy amounts of fire coming from three sides of the structure. The Engine arrived just a couple of minutes later and crews were able to get a quick knockdown of the fire as units from 82(West Newton), 139(Washington Twp) and Support 610(Murrysville) were added to the alarm 

Crews also entered the structure to confirm that the residence was vacant.

No injuries were reported and all units cleared approx 2 hours into the incident. 

196 entries in the Call History

196 entries in the Call History


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