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This afternoon crews from station 7 & 8 were alerted to the 700 blk of Kenny st. in Ridley Park for a brush fire. Engine 7 & 8 responded and arrived quickly to find a brush fire up along the railroad tracks with a exposure to a large section of stockade fence, shed and lawn furniture etc. crews ran two handlines and attacked via the trackside and yard-side. The team worked the stubborn fire via the above handlines, tools, tics and cans. Both engines exhausted their booster tank water controlling the fire. Good job by the crews with only minimum damage to the yards.
Teamwork & Brotherhood-! 7️⃣-8️⃣💪🏼🚒👨🏻🚒 ... See MoreSee Less
21 hours ago
Pet CPR/First aid tonight for drill. The crew of 17 members got instructed on the ins and out of handling a pet emergency on the fire grounds. The crew was instructed via power point presentation, videos, lecture and hands on instruction. A good time was had by all. Next week the team will put into practice some of what was learned tonight with first due fire evolutions involving a pet rescue, stay tuned. 8️⃣💪🏼👨🏻🚒🚒🐶🐱🦮🐈 ... See MoreSee Less
Damn missed it again!!!
Prospect Park Fire Company shared a post.
2 days ago
We’ll take it from here Brothers. 🇺🇸 ... See MoreSee Less
RIP & thank u for your service 😥🙏🙏🙏🙏
3 days ago
Currently operating at an accident 1300 block of Lincoln ave. Avoid the area if possible ... See MoreSee Less
Hope everyone is alright.
Look at you. Thank you
Congratulations to Captain Dormer and Firefighter Platt on the birth of their baby boy ! ... See MoreSee Less
Awww Congratulations! Hes handsome
Congratulations Tyler and Tiffany
Congratulations! xo 🎉💐👣🍾
The new president born🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸congrats
Thank you everyone 💙
Congratulations Tyler and Tiffany
After drill on Saturday the crew once again was out in town working on smoke detectors for our residents. We love this job-!❤️
Working Smoke Detectors Save Lives.🚒👨🏻🚒
Have one on every level of your home, one in every bedroom and test them weekly and change the batteries every time you change your clocks for DST. If equipped with the newer 10 year battery type test weekly and make sure to note the date in service and change out at the 10years mark. Anyone needing smoke detectors in town reach out to us on Facebook, call the station(610-522-1830) or stop by the firehouse.
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6 days ago
Drill this morning. 8️⃣💪🏼🚒👨🏻🚒
Driver training, hand-lines, ladders,packs & tools x3, going over the Tac compartments and equipment. Crews worked hard in the cold from 1000-1300. Good time had by all.👍🏼👊🏼 ... See MoreSee Less
Great work guys
Great job guys!
Prospect Car 1 still doing what he does best
Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives:
The crew was out & about again today checking and installing smoke alarms throughout the borough. Working Smoke detectors saves lives. 🚒👨🏻🚒
If you need smoke alarms and or need existing ones you may have checked out please call the station 610-522-1830, message us on Facebook or stop in to see us.👍🏼💪🏼🤘🏼
Make sure you have one on every level of your home, one in every bedroom and test them regularly. If you have an older type with a 9 volt battery make sure you change it every time your change your clocks for daylight savings. If you have a new type with the 10 year lithium battery, test um at least when you change your clocks and replace every 10 years. If it’s yellow in color, replace. If you can’t remember how old, replace. They are cheap and readily available so there is no excuse.
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Kathleen. Colleen. Christine Uncle Ron
Weekly drill last night.
The crew split up, 5 members heading to Bethel for Drive to Survive class and 5 members heading out for Engine company operations training. A good time was had by all and special thanks to the Bethel FD for the invite to class. 8️⃣💪🏼👨🏻🚒🚒. ... See MoreSee Less
That awesome relic is still in use??
What an awesome truck!!! The good ole days!
Brings back some great memories!
Love that beauty 🚒🚒🚒
How about a new York super pumper!
I remember making t-shirts. In mr. Morris class at High School. The Squirt was being refurbished and it was way overdue. So I made t-shirts that said missing in action 0-83
This was Squirt 10 at one point, correct?
Bring back the philly monitor