Browsing: Parkesburg Fire & EMS

A quick link to Jennifer Carboni’s article in this morning’s Daily Local News regarding Wednesday’s Chestnut Street house fire. PARKESBURG – A family of six, including one infant, has been temporarily displaced due to a house


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Western Chester County Consolidation Steering Committee Update


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By Ray Stackhouse, Parkesburg Borough Fire Marshal Each year fire claims the lives of 3,500 Americans, injures 18,300, and causes billions of dollars worth of damage. The misuse of wood stoves, portable space heaters and kerosene


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Friday evening’s downpour brought even more moisture to an area already soaked by a month of record-breaking rain. Often overlooked in storms, area fire and emergency volunteers were pressed into action to rescue drivers caught in


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> Note:  Several times over the last several weeks, these pages have contained news story and commentary on the merger talks taking place between the Parkesburg, Atglen and Pomeroy fire companies and the 8 municipalities they


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> Parkesburg’s, Atglen’s and Pomeroy’s volunteer fire companies and the communities they serve, received a Rose over the weekend from West Chester’s Daily Local News. Each Saturday, editors at the paper take a moment to recognize


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>Thanks to Fire Chief Richie Klinger for the following reports which he presented last evening at the Borough Council Meeting. Parkesburg Fire Company August 2011 ReportPFC Ambulance Calls for July 2011


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> We Cannot Help You If We Cannot Find You       By Ray Stackhouse, Parkesburg Fire Marshall It is the job of police, fire and emergency medical servicesto help you in your time of need but, we


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> This from Pomeroy Fire Company’s web site: On Tuesday evening August 9th, 2011 in the evening hours Parkesburg EMS along with Honey Brook EMS for two ambulances were dispatched to assist Lancaster County Station 4-9 on


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> In an editorial published today, The Southern Chester County Weekly wrote glowingly about consolidation discussions currently underway between the Parkesburg, Atglen and Pomeroy fire companies. Money quote: “That’s why it’s pleasantly unusual to see three


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