Honey Brook Fire Company

Honey Brook Fire Company
2014 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 19 108
Feb 45 140
Mar 26 109
Apr 23 115
May 0 0
Jun 0 0
Jul 0 0
Aug 0 0
Sep 0 0
Oct 0 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 113 472

2014 Runs
Working Fires 3
Pin Jobs 1

Past Responses
Fire EMS
2013 277 1502
2012 326 1526
2011 300 1541
2010 289 1497
2009 265 1301
2008 257 1293
2007 263 1231
2006 247 1124
2005 270 1113
2004 256 1126
2003 262 1052

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Red Flag Warning

Honey Brook Fire Company #1, April 23

A Red Flag Warning has been issued for today from 11:00 am until 8:00 pm tonight. A red flag warning is issued when danger which cause rapid fire growth and are very difficult to extinguish due to strong winds, low humidity and dry fuels.

Any type of outdoor burning is discouraged and should be done another day.

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Windswept Farm Working Fire - With Video***

Honey Brook Fire Company #1, April 22

At 1740 hours, Station 33 (Honey Brook), Station 48 (Glen Moore), Ladder 49 (East Brandywine), and Rescue 69 (Twin Valley) were dispatched to the Windswept Farm Development in Honey Brook Township for a reported house fire. Chief 33 (Messner) responded and was advised of a 3rd party report of fire in the house by a child. Engine 33-1 (King) and Chief 33 arrived to find a 2 1/2 story single family ... (Full Story & Photos)

Helmet cam snap shot before entering the structure.
Helmet cam snap shot before entering the structure.

National Telecommunicator Week 2014

Deputy Fire Chief Robert Klinger, Jr., April 13

This week marks National Telecommunicator Week. Dispatchers are often unsung heroes of the emergency services system. Dispatchers are the first people that someone in need of fire, EMS, or law enforcement resources encounter and are a vital link in getting the closest appropriate resources to those in need.

Dispatchers ascertain the nature and location of calls, provide medical instructions including ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue 33 Assists Coatesville City on 2nd Alarm

Assistant Chief John Robb, April 06

On April 6th 1930 hrs , Station 33 Honey Brook) was alerted for Rescue 33 to assist the City of Coatesville on a 2nd alarm assignment for a structure on Coates Street.

Within minutes of the dispatch , Rescue 33 responded with a crew of 8 volunteers and arrived on location Command was ordering an evacuation of the structure. Crew from Rescue 33 reported to the manpower pool for further orders and ... (Full Story & Photos)

Station Trains at Wes Burn Buildings

Honey Brook Fire Co. #1, March 22

Today Members Loaded up and headed to Chester County Burn Buildings in West Chester to brush up on some live fire scenarios. Besides live fire, crews did basement fire, search and rescue, and 2nd floor entry using a ladder.... (Full Story & Photos)

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