Eddystone Fire Company No. 1
 
 
 
 

Top Ten 2016

Saturday, December 3, 2016   Top Ten Fire

 Eric Groy: 143 out of 208 alarms

 Dallas Walters: 138 out of 208 alarms

 Ray Weed: 107 out of 208 alarms

 Steve Weber: 95 out of 208 alarms

 Jeff Pennell: 94 out of 208 alarms

 Matt Sampson: 89 out of 208 alarms

 Allen Reeves: 80 out of 208 alarms

 Ben Maccumbee: 79 out of 208 alarms

 Andy Walsh:  63 out of 208 alarms

 Tom Fuller: 49 out of 208 alarms

 

Top Three EMS ( volunteer )

 Dallas Walters: 81 out of 88

Eric Groy: 43 out of 88

TJ Burke Jr: 13 out of 88




     
Top Ten Fire: Front left to right Dallas Walters, Ray Weed, Jeff Pennell, Eric Groy, Back left to right Allen Reeves, Tom Fuller, Ben Maccumbee, Andy Walsh

Top Ten Fire: Front left to right Dallas
      Walters, Ray Weed, Jeff Pennell, Eric
      Groy, Back left to right Allen Reeves,
      Tom Fuller, Ben Maccumbee, Andy Walsh

Top Three EMS: left to right Andy walsh, Eric Groy, TJ Burke Jr, Dallas Walters

Top Three EMS: left to right Andy walsh,
      Eric Groy, TJ Burke Jr, Dallas Walters



 

Search And Rescue Class

Saturday, December 3, 2016   Today a few members made their way up to the Briarcliffe Fire Company to take part in a search and rescue class taught by a Rescue 1 Instructor/Firefighter from Baltimore City.The class went in to great detail about search and rescue as well as VES (vent enter search) . A lot of great info was went over with in the 4 hours of the class, We would like to thank the Briarcliffe Fire Company for awesome training opportunity and a big thanks to the Instructor from Baltimore City for passing on all the valuable information and teaching an awesome class. 

   


 

LODD

Thursday, December 1, 2016   Officers and members send our condolences to Wilmington Fire Department on their lost of Sr. Firefighter Ardy Hope. RIP Hope

   


 

Drill

Wednesday, November 30, 2016   Tonight for dill the members took a tour of  Liberty Electric Power plant in Eddystone. We plan on doing more tours of other buildings and business in our local in the future.  

   


 

Live Burn

Saturday, November 26, 2016  On Saturday 26 Nov 2016 the company took part in a live burn training evolution with station 20 (Garrettford-Drexel Hill Fire Company)
The training was conducted at the Delaware County Training Facility in Sharon Hill, Pa.

Companies conducted interior and exterior firefighting, as well as ladder operations.
All participating personnel did a great job, learned from one another, and each of us drilled with a new company neither has worked with before.

Outstanding job by the chief officers of both companies in leading a valuable training exercise that was conducted professionally and safely.




     



 

Happy Thanksgiving!!

Thursday, November 24, 2016   We would like to extend our best wishes to you all for a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday.

   


 

Transfer To Station 82

Friday, November 18, 2016   Today at 12:20 hours company 12 was dispatched to cover Chester City while company 81 and 82 operated on a second alarm house fire on the west end. Engine 12-1 and Ladder 43 covered station 82 for over 2 hours until being released.

     



 

Transfer To Station 82

Friday, November 18, 2016   At 21:09 hours company 12 was dispatched to cover station 82 while the city units operated on another second alarm house fire on the west end. Engine 12-1, Ladder 65, and Squad 57 covered station 82 a little over 2 hours until being released. The covers did take in one call while on the cover assignment on E 9th street for a AFA witch was tripped by cooking. 

     



 

Transfer to 82

Sunday, November 13, 2016   At 19:51 hours company 12 was dispatched to relocate to station 82 while the city units operated on a second alarm fire on the east end. 12-1 with crew of 4 along with squad 57 covered for a little over 2 hours and 30 mins. One call was handed while covering, At 22:12 hours companies were told to copy and respond to 18 east 22nd street for a building fire. Crews investigated an odor on the third and second floor, 12-1 assisted with searching for the odor source and PPV.

units on location: 81,12-1,squad 57, Chester 9A, Chester 11C




   


 

Vehicle Fire On I95

Sunday, November 13, 2016   At 0634hrs Sunday 13 November 2016 company dispatched to I-95 NB @ the I-476 interchange in Ridley Twp. for a vehicle fire.



Engine 12-1 responded under command of 12-9B.  On arrival vehicle (Maroon Saab) found to be well involved.  Crew in service w/ 1.75 attack line.  
Engine 70 (Leedom Fire Co) arrived and assisted. 
Fire out, tow notified, area cleaned up, highway opened for normal traffic flow.


Good, safe operations on the highway to all responding crews, and police.


   


 
 
 

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