Clarks Summit Fire Co.
Ladder for Sale PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 05 March 2008 06:49

March 5, 2008- The time has come to sell the 1974 Ward LaFrance. For more information about the ladder click here or if you are interested in buying this collectors item please contact us!


 
Rescue on 3 Alarm Fire in Moosic PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 18 December 2007 10:06

Rescue 4 was dispatched to assist Station 98 for a working commercial building fire at 1004 Springbrook Ave. in Moosic. Units arrived on scene at Signature Homes to find a new home under construction on fire inside a ware house. Rescue 4 crews assisted with ventilation using PPV fans and cleanup. The fire was controlled in 45 minutes and units operated on scene for about 3 hours.

 
Winter Weather Mayhem PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 17 December 2007 07:00

Winter weather kept crews busy all day on Sunday with 19 calls. Crews responded for multiple reports of trees and wires down throughout the 1st due. Crews also handled fire alarms and other minor incidents.

In the early after afternoon Engine and Ladder 4 were dispatched to assist Station 2 for a power transformer on fire outside of Sheetz and Taco Bell in South Abington Twp. Engine 4 arrived on scene at Taco Bell to find the fire out while Ladder 4 arrived with Engine 2 at Sheetz to find a working fire endangering the building Sheetz gas station. Engine 2 crews extinguished the fire with dry chemical extinguishers and foam. While on scene of Sheetz there was a report of a transformer on fire a McDonald’s. Rescue 2 and Chief 4B investigated the report and found a moderate smoke condition coming from the electrical box. PPL arrived on scene and disconnected power to the units.

 
Car Vs. Pole on Winola Rd. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 12 December 2007 15:31

Rescue 4 and Ambulance 4-9 were dispatched for a car vs. pole on Winola Rd. in South Abington Twp. Chief 4 arrived on scene and reported one car into a pole with minor injuries. EMS arrived on scene and extricated the patient while the rescue crew controlled the hazards. All units cleared within 40 minutes.

 
Working Shed Fire in Glenburn Twp. PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 December 2007 16:02

At approximately 1602hrs Station 5 and Station 4 were dispatched to Glenview Rd. in Glenburn Twp. for the reported structure fire, heavy smoke coming from the building.  Chief 5 arrived on-scene, established command, and reported the 15x15 structure, working fire, heavy smoke condition.  Ladder 5 arrived on-scene and advance one handline to the building, for the initial attack.  Chief 4B arrived and assumed operations. Engine 4 arrived on-scene and assisted with ventilation and the attack.  Tanker 5 arrived and supplied Ladder 5.  Ladder 4 arrived and assisted with overhaul.  Ladder 5 had the fire knocked down within a few minutes.  With overhaul complete and the fire extinguished Chief 5 released the companies.

 
Small Fire in Abington Twp. PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 30 November 2007 13:09

Station 4 and Station 5 were dispatched for the reported structure fire on Liliy Lake Rd. Additional reports from the police confirmed fire and smoke coming from the floor in the house. Ladder 5 and Engine 4 arrived on scene to find a small fire burning in the loor in front of the fire place. The crews quickly went to work overhauling the floor and extinguishing the smoldering fire. Ladder 4 and Engine 5 crew assisted with ventilation, overhaul, and checking for extension.

 
Crash at Abington and E. Grove PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 29 November 2007 16:03

Resue 4 and Ambulance 4-9 were dispatched to Abington Rd. and E. Grove St. in Clarks Green for a two car MVA with injuries. Chief 4 arrived on scene and reported there were minor injuries and fluids down. EMS arrived on scene and evaluated the patients while Rescue 4 crews controlled the hazards and cleaned the debris from the road. Both patients refused EMS. All units cleared in 20 minutes.

 
2 Alarm Fire in Clarks Summit PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 November 2007 22:34

At 2234 hrs. Station 4 was dispatched for a report of a television on fire inside the residence. Police arrived on scene and reported heavy smoke with a room and contents fire. Chief 4 arrived on scene establishing command and requested Engine 2 to the scene. Ladder 4 arrived on scene and advanced the initial attack line and knocked down the fire in the bedroom. Engine 2 crews ventilated the roof due to extension to the attic from the main level. Rescue 4 ventilated and searched the residence. Second alarm companies arrived on scene and assisted with extinguishing the remaining extension and extensive overhaul on the 1st floor and attic. All units cleared in three hours.

 
Car Vs. Pole on N. Abington Rd. in Clarks Green PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 11 November 2007 08:14

At approximately 0800hrs Rescue 4 and Ambulance 4-9 were dispatched to N. Abington Rd., just North of E. Grove St. for the one car MVA, Car Vs. Pole.  EMS-4 arrived on-scene and reported one patient still in the vehicle and then requested ALS to the scene.  Chief 4 arrived on-scene and established command.  Ambulance 4-9 arrived and extricated the patient from the vehicle and transported to the hospital with the Lackawanna Ambulance paramedic.  Rescue 4 arrived on-scene, stabilized the vehicle, controlled the hazards and cleared the roadway.  With all of the patients removed from the scene and all hazards controlled, the chief released the rescue and terminated command. All units were clear within one hour.

 
Holiday Cookie Walk 2007 PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 08 November 2007 11:40

The Joseph W. Hall Memorial Auxiliary to the Clarks Summit Fire Company No. 1, Inc. is sponsoring a Holiday Cookie Walk on Saturday, December 8, 2007 beginning at 10:00 am at the firehouse located at 321 Bedford Street in Clarks Summit.  If you love homemade Christmas cookies but don’t have the time to bake, come and “walk” around our tables covered with delicious cookies.  You can pick whatever kind of cookies you want and any number you want.  Cookies are $8 a pound and all proceeds benefit the Auxiliary and its mission to support the Clarks Summit Fire Company and the community.

 
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