Company 1 assists 75 on house fire!
3/13/13 Time- 5:30pm The Lake Ariel Fire Co was dispatched for a full response to asst Station 75 Waymart Fire Co for a working residential structure fire in the Waymart side of South Canaan.
Units on scene from Lake Ariel. 1 Engine 1, 1 Engine 2, 1 Rescue, 1 Tanker and 1 Supply
Company 1 operates on pin job!
On 3/8/13, Lake Ariel Fire Company was dispatched to Avoy Road for a one car MVA with one patient entrapped. Units on scene Chief 1, Rescue 1, Brush 1, 67-3, Medic 506-3, Hideout Public Safety, and PSP
First Due structure fire
On 3/6/13, Lake Ariel Fire Company was dispatched to a residential structure fire on Maple Ave. First arriving unit on scene confirmed a working fire with smoke showing. Units were dispatched at 8:47 and arrived on scene at 8:52. The fire was contained to the porch and living room and was out within minutes. All units cleared with an hour and a half. Companies on the box: Company 1, 67, 36, 13, 68, 29, and Red Cross.
Two structure Fires on the same day for the Penny House!
On January 16th, Station 1 operated on 2 different structure fires. Read below:
The 1st one: 8:00am The Lake Ariel Fire Company was dispatched to a residential structure fire in South Canaan. Units on scene- Chief 1, 1 Engine 1, 1 Supply ( Water supply at the HS)75 Engine, 68 Tanker. 1 Engine 2 stood by at station. Crews found a small fire in a Second story bedroom. Crews Operated just under one hour. No injuries were reported.
The 2nd one: 7:58pm. Station 1 along with the 1st box alarm assignment were dispatched to a working residential structure fire in The Hideout. First arriving units found a fully involved structure fire. Units on scene- Chief 1, 1 Engine 1, 1 Engine 2, 1 Tanker, 1 Supply, 1 Rescue, 1 Brush, 36 Engine, 36 Tanker, 67-2, 67 Engine 5,67 Rescue, 67 Tanker, 18 Tanker, 29 Engine (RIT) Red Cross, Hideout Public Safety and The Hideout Emergency response trailer. GREAT TEAMWORK BY ALL. No injuries were reported! Pictured below
Buy a T-Shirt for a great cause!
T-Shirts are being sold in memory of James Robeson (LODD from Scranton FD). They are $15 each and are being sold by Trevor Robeson as a senior project. They money they raise will be donated to help buy an ambulance in Haiti in James' Memory.
To place order, call Tammy Robeson @ 570-766-3968
Lake Ariel puts new Equipment into service
The LAFCO recently was awarded funds from the State Grant though the Fire Commissioners Office for the purchase of "Junkyard Dogs" which are stabilization jacks. This equipment will be very beneficial during car accidents and other emergencies. See Below
Duracell Batteries Power Those Who Protect Us Program
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