Twin Valley Fire Department

2016 Incidents
Jan 42
Feb 29
Mar 35
Apr 21
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Total 127

2016 Jobs
Fires 2
Assists 6
Extrications 2

Past Incidents
2015 390
2014 424
2013 399
2012 374
2011 431
2010 395
2009 370
2008 381
2007 435

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Flowing Water for Weekly Training

Deputy Fire Chief Jason Brooks, May 05

At TVFD's weekly training, members combined drafting and pumping evolutions with deploying and advancing handlines. Drivers both in the training phase and already qualified, ran through multiple drills to rotate through pump operator skills on Ladder 69 and Engines 69-1 and 69-5. Senior firefighters practiced hooking up multiple supply lines and stretching handlines. Our junior firefighters were ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rainy Rollover on Route 401

TVFD, April 28

At 2:57pm, TVFD and EMS were dispatched to an automobile accident on Route 401 EO Route 345 in East Nantmeal. Ambulance 89-1 arrived onscene confirming one vehicle on it's roof, with the driver already out of the vehicle. Rescue 69's crew assisted EMS, confirmed stability of the vehicle, and removed debris from the roadway. Fire police safely controlled traffic through the area, while crews worked ... (Full Story & Photos)

Ladder Assist on Kitchen Fire

TVFD, April 27

At 6:17pm, Ladder 69 and 89 EMS were dispatched to assist Station 24 (Geigertown FC) at a house fire on Weaver Road in Robeson Berks. Ladder 69 arrived behind Tanker and Engine 24, and were given orders by Chief 24 (Shirey) to set up ground ladders and assist interior crews with overhaul. First arriving crews found an active kitchen fire with minor extension that was knocked down with extinguishers ... (Full Story & Photos)

Member Appreciation Banquet Held

TVFD, April 23

This past weekend, TVFD members and guests took some time to enjoy an evening of events and dinner held at the Morgantown Holiday Inn for the department's appreciation banquet. This event is held annually to celebrate the accomplishments and dedication of the firefighters, families, friends, surrounding municipalities, and mutual aid fire companies that assist in the daily operations.

The night ... (Full Story & Photos)

Early Morning Vehicle into a Tree

TVFD, April 22

At 3:39am, TVFD and EMS were dispatched to an automobile accident on Chestnut Tree Road in West Nantmeal. While units were responding, the report was updated that the vehicle was possibly on fire and Medic 93 (Brandywine) was dispatched to assist. Ambulance 89-1 arrived confirming a single vehicle into a tree, with all subject out of the vehicle and a small engine fire had been extinguished by a ... (Full Story & Photos)

Brush Fires Continue to Keep Crews Busy

TVFD, April 20

At 6:55pm, TVFD was alerted to a brush fire in the area of Warwick Furnace Road in Warwick. The reporting party advised of a controlled burn that extended to surrounding brush and approaching a nearby wooded area. Chief 69 (Hornberger) arrived confirming approximately 1/4 acre involved and quickly spreading. Brush 69-1's crew began an aggressive attack to contain the spread, and were immediately ... (Full Story & Photos)

Woods Fire Assist in Wallace

TVFD, April 17

At 2:08pm, TVFD was dispatched to assist Station 48 (Glenmoore) on a woods fire on Lovell Lane in Wallace Township. Chief 48 (King) was on location with a large working woods fire behind several homes, and requested assistance from multiple companies for brush units. Brush 69-1 was given orders to assist crews to the rear of the original address, while Brush 69-2 was directed to begin fire attack ... (Full Story & Photos)

Morgantown Road Woods Fire

TVFD, April 15

At 5:25pm, TVFD was dispatched for a woods fire on Morgantown Road in Caernarvon Lancaster. Brush 69-1 arrived confirming a trash fire that had quickly spread to the surrounding woods and was threatening nearby homes. Deputy 69 (Brooks) assumed "Morgantown Command" and requested an additional brush truck and tanker, bringing units from Station 34 (Churchtown) to assist. Chief 69 (Hornberger) assumed ... (Full Story & Photos)


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