East Whiteland Volunteer Fire Association

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2015 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 59 64
Feb 55 69
Mar 58 78
Apr 47 71
May 44 87
Jun 61 79
Jul 66 85
Aug 55 65
Sep 66 66
Oct 74 79
Nov - -
Dec - -
Total 585 743

Past Years
Year Fire EMS
2014 0 0
2013 532 806
2012 554 840
2011 600 761
2010 549 816
2009 589 750

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Welcome to the Official Website for the East Whiteland Volunteer Fire Association

Traffic Accident Response

News Desk, February 07

East Whiteland Fire Company responded to a serious traffic accident on Phoenixville Pike at 5:24 am Sunday. The engines and ambulance worked at the scene while tactical fire police closed the roadway. Fire police assisted Pennsylvania State Police in their investigation while the road remained closed until 1:30 pm. Great team work from East Whiteland Fire Company, Malvern Fire Company EMS & Medic ... (Full Story & Photos)

Icy Roads Cause Traffic Accidents

News Desk, February 06

With the precipitation we received on Friday and any melting of existing snow, any or all of that can freeze at night when the temperatures fall. Many traffic accidents were reported throughout Chester County on Friday evening including an accident that East Whiteland Fire Company responded to on Phoenixville Pike in Charlestown Township. Our engine and ambulance arrived on the scene reporting a serious ... (Full Story & Photos)

Route 202 Keeping Us Busy

News Desk, January 30

East Whiteland Fire Company has responded to multiple traffic accidents on Route 202. Snow banks and re-freezing at night have accounted for a rise in highway incidents. Please slow down when you see us on the highway. Snow melt during the day will re-freeze at night causing a very dangerous condition.... (Full Story & Photos)

Stay Safe with Carbon Monoxide Alarms

News Desk, January 28

In an interview with News Director Geoff Harris on WCHE 1520 Radio and WCHE1520.com, East Whiteland Fire Company member Randy Cockerham said the fire department responded to a residential location for a carbon monoxide alarm on Wednesday night. The family inside the home immediately moved outside and called 9-1-1, once the alarm sounded. When East Whiteland Fire Company arrived at the home, firefighters ... (Full Story & Photos)

After the Storm

News Desk, January 24

Due to the amount of snow we received, it will be a couple days before we can all get back to normal. In the meantime, please be aware that whatever snow melts during the day will re-freeze on roadways at night, causing a very dangerous driving situation. Please allow extra travel time and yield to snow plows and clean-up crews on the highways. We promoted clearing hydrants in your neighborhoods to ... (Full Story & Photos)


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