Twin Valley Fire Department

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January 09

At 5:12PM, TVFD and EMS were dispatched to Hemlock Rd at an industrial facility in Honey Brook Township for an Odor Investigation Inside. CCDES received reports of that there were fumes in the building earlier and that the fumes have cleared but several people were feeling ill. Ambulance 89 arrived, took EMS command and reported multiple patients. Three additional ambulances were dispatched to assist. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Holiday Raffle Winners

TVFD, December 26

Congratulations to the three winners of TVFD's annual holiday Harley and cash raffle. A huge thank you to all the supporters who purchased tickets and we hope everyone has a happy and safe 2020!!

$1000 - C. Yeager, Sinking Spring, PA
$500 - J. Griffin, East Earl, PA
Harley Motorcycle - F. Hopkins, Mohnton, PA
... (Full Story & Photos)

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TVFD, December 05

Recently, several TVFD members completed their Nationally Certified Firefighter 1 course. Over 10 weeks, Firefighter Lucas Richardson and Christopher Hackman completed their "Entry Level Firefighter" State and National certification through both the Montgomery County and Chester County Fire Academy. The 180+ hour course provides the training necessary to conduct interior operations at a fire scene. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Change Your Clock...Change Your Batteries

Fire Chief Jason Brooks, November 02

Twin Valley Fire Department reminds everyone to change the batteries in your smoke detectors when you reset your clocks this weekend. A fire doubles in size every 30 seconds and the sound of the alarm can give you and your family those few extra seconds to get out. Checking your smoke detector and changing the battery is one of the simplest things you can do to protect your family. When smoke alarms ... (Full Story & Photos)

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TVFD, November 01

TVFD was dispatched to the intersection of Main St and Morview Blvd for a Vehicle Fire reported to be an RV. Engine 69-5 was on the road in minutes. The engine was advised of fully involved RV with everyone out of the vehicle. Crews were also advised of wires above the RV catching fire. EHBEMS Ambulance 89-1 was added on reports of one patient with facial burns. Engine 69-5 arrived to find the fully ... (Full Story & Photos)

Early Morning Accident Involving Fire

TVFD, September 27

At 4:12am, TVFD and EMS were dispatched to an automobile accident involving fire on James Mill Road in Warwick. Responding units were advised of a van through a fence off the roadway that caught fire, with possibly no injuries. Chief 69 (Brooks) arrived on location confirming a large van in the middle of a field, that mostly burnt itself out prior to units arriving. The single occupant advised ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Fire Chief Jason Brooks, September 11

Today marks the 17th anniversary of the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks on America. Designated by President Bush as Patriot Day, we again reflect on those who lost their lives that day and the unselfish bravery of the first responders and strangers who risked their lives to help others in New York, Washington DC, and Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

2,977 innocent men and women died in this terrorist ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fiery Motorcycle Accident On Route 10

TVFD, August 27

At 7:17am, TVFD and EMS were dispatched to an accident involving fire on Route 10 in Caernarvon Berks. Responding units were advised of a motorcycle verses a dump truck, with the motorcycle reported to be on fire. Chief 69 (Brooks) arrived at the entrance of the PA Turnpike establishing "Morgantown Road Command" after confirming a motorcycle fully involved and the operator laying conscious in the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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