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Yesterday we participated with Vigilant Hose Company #1 Of Port Vue; Station 237, Volunteer Fireman's Association of Liberty Borough, and Glassport Fire Department - Station 161 at South Allegheny Elementary's Fire Prevention event.

Firefighters at the event setup demos, showed and explained different equipment and what it was used for, and discussed fire safety and prevention topics.

Thank you South Allegheny Elementary for having us, we had a great time. The students were very attentive and asked a lot of great questions.
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Yesterday a ceremony was held at our hall for junior firefighter Anthony Perozich IV's Eagle Scout Dedication. During the event, Anthony unveiled a memorial wall that he created honoring the 8 founding members of the fire company. Great job Anthony! ...

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Call #130 - 09/24/17 - Lincoln Way at N State St - Clairton - Dwelling Fire / Tanker Assist.

Around 5pm today, we were requested for our tankers to assist with a vacant dwelling fire. Tankers 184-1 and 184-2 responded and assisted by feeding Engine 139 Elizabeth Boro multiple loads of water. 184 units worked on scene for about 1 1/2 hours before being cleared by 123 command.
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Lincoln Borough's 1st Annual Trunk or Treat announced. ...

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Last night shortly before 2am our station was dispatched for our tankers for a vacant mobile home fire on Foxwood Drive in Forward Twp. Tankers 184-1 and 184-2 responded and fed water at the scene. The tankers cleared the scene shortly before 4am. ...

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Congratulations to member Nathan Bertok for passing his FF1 certification practical test over the weekend. We will have to wait 4-6 weeks for the results of his written exam. If he passes the written portion, Nathan will take our total number of FF1 certified members up to 11. ...

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Our station answered 17 calls for the month of July.

Here is a breakdown of call types and mutual aid locations:

Dispatched Call Types:
Building Fire - 6
Motor Vehicle Accident w/no injuries - 2
Power line down - 2
Standby - 2
Motor Vehicle Accident w/injuries - 1
Smoke or odor removal - 1
CO detector activation - 1
Gas Investigation - 1
EMS Assist - 1

Response Districts:
Lincoln Boro - 5
Elizabeth Boro V.F.C. - 4
Duquesne - 2
Blaine Hill VFC - 2
Central Volunteer Fire Company of Elizabeth Township - 2
Volunteer Fireman's Association of Liberty Borough - 1
Vigilant Hose Company #1 Of Port Vue; Station 237 - 1
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Our crew members had a busy weekend standing by for Elizabeth Boro V.F.C. at their station while they worked their Riverfest event on Friday and Saturday evenings. We assisted them on a CO call and a train vs vehicle accident while standing by. We also stood by the firework launch site during their fireworks display.

We are proud to have won the trophy for Best Appearing Light Engine for our SOV at their Riverfest parade..

In between the Riverfest details, we also responded to a tree/wires down call on West Smithfield in Lincoln and assisted with a single vehicle accident with injuries that originated on the Elizabeth Twp side of Lovedale.
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Reminder to our members of our monthly meeting tonight at the station, starting at 7:30pm. ...

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