Lansdowne Fire Company
26 N. Highland Ave
Lansdowne PA 19050
( 610 ) 623-1309
Sunday, January 31, 2016
The Lansdowne Fire Company is now accepting offers for its 1994 Seagrave Pumper. this vehicle will be available for delivery late spring. For more information please contact Chief Rick Russel 610-623-1332 Ext 221 or email@example.com
Seagrave 10 Man Split Tilt Cab w/ seating for 8Current Milage: 23990GVW- 41,800WB- 186 inchesDetroit Diesel Model 6V92TA with Jacobs Engine Brake, 2742 Hours50 Gallon steel fuel tankAllison HT740 4 speed Automatic Transmission750 Gallon Poly TankWaterous CMY-1250GPM two stage pump, 405 HoursHannay Booster reel w/ 200’ of 1” hoseOnan 7.5-DKD 7500 watt generator- (2) 500 watt telescoping lights mounted to cab- (1) Hannay #ECR-1624-17-18 cord reel mounted above
pump housing w/ 250 feet 10-3 S/O cord.22” Front bumper extension with hose well for 150’
of 1 ¾” hose Included Equipment:-
28’ Duo safety extension ladder-
14’ Duo safety roof ladder-
10’ Duo safety folding ladder-
6’ fiberglass pike pole-
10’ fiberglass pike pole
(2) 10’ Hard suction hose with strainer
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
The Lansdowne Fire Company is offering free smoke detectors to Borough residents in need. Please contact Fire Policeman John Gould at firstname.lastname@example.org or Fire Marshal Tom Young Sr at email@example.com to receive your free smoke alarm. Smoke alarms should be replaced every ten years, and the batteries should be replaced twice a year when we change the clocks. Smoke alarms should be located on each level of a home, as well as in each bed room.
Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Companies were dispatched to a smoke investigation in the area of Wildwood Ave & Pembroke Ave at 05:35:33 on today's date. Crews went on location to find smoke coming from a residence. The building assignment was then dispatched to 63 Lewis in East Lansdowne
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
At 4:50:52 Company 19 was dispatched to a building fire in the area of Chester Ave & Church lane in Yeadon. Crews arrived in the area and found smoke coming from a business. Quick work was made and all went home safe.
Thursday, June 11, 2015
LIVE IN MEMBERS WANTEDSTUDENTS and NON STUDENTSThe LFCo is currently accepting applications for LIVE IN Members. We are a busy pro active Department running 600+ fire calls per year from one station. We are located just two miles from West Philadelphia and minutes from the University of Penn, Drexel University, Temple University and St Josephs University along with numerous Technical and Commuinity Colleges. We are within walking distance to numerous public transportation stations. LIVE IN members would enjoy the following benefits:- Proactive Department in an Urban location running more than 600 Fire calls a year- Station work uniform and Dress uniform provided after probation period.- All formal training at local Fire Academies provided free of charge- Weekly in house training- Modern equipment and facilities- In house gym facility- Open style bunk room- Recently renovated kitchen and crew room- Free Wi-Fi service in station- Life Insurance policy provided through the Fireman’s Relief Association of LansdowneRequirements to apply for the Live-In
Applicants must be 18 years of age and/or a high school graduate. 2.
Applicants will submit an updated and current associate membership application to be placed on file. 3.
Applicants will submit a signed contract indicating they will abide by and understand
all requirements, rules and guidelines of the Firefighter Live-In Program. 4.
Applicants will present current certifications confirming they are/have: a.
Completed Essentials of Firefighting, or equivalent, b.
Certified Hazmat Operations trained, or higher, c.
American Heart Association "Healthcare Provider" level. (Adult, Child
& Infant CPR & AED) 5.
Applicants will gain additional consideration if they also present curren certifications
confirming they are: a.
Pro-Board Certified Firefighter I, or higher. b.
Certified Basic Vehicle Rescue trained, or higher. c.
Pennsylvania Department of Health Certified Paramedic, EMT, or Emergency
First Responder. d.
Certified Rapid Intervention Team Awareness trained.
Certified Rapid Intervention Crew Exercise, or higher, trained.All interested candidates are asked to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, Attention LIVE IN Committee
The Lansdowne Fire Company is currently accepting
applications for the position of Firefighter under the following membership
categories; Junior, Active and Associate. Junior membership is open to anyone
between the ages of 16 and 18 who wish to learn firefighting skills in a
controlled environment. Junior Firefighters also help out in a limited capacity
on the fire grounds. Active membership is open to anyone 18 years and older who
wish to become firefighters or assist the Fire Company in other capacities. All
training to become a firefighter will be provided to the individual at no cost.
Associate membership is open to anyone 18 years or older who already possess
Firefighter I training and wish to become part of the Lansdowne Team. We will
also be implementing a Live-In program in the near future. Benefits of becoming
a member include:-
Proactive Department in an Urban
location running more than 600 Fire calls a year
Station work uniform and Dress uniform
provided after probation period.
All formal training at local Fire
Academies provided free of charge
Weekly in house training
Modern equipment and facilities
In house gym facility
Open style bunk room
Recently renovated kitchen and crew room
Free Wi-Fi service in station
Life Insurance policy provided through
the Fireman’s Relief Association of Lansdowne
If interested in becoming a member
please contact us by email at email@example.com
or stop by the Station at anytime. We are located at 26 N. Highland Ave
Lansdowne Pa 19050.
Friday, November 29, 2013
The Officers and Members of the Lansdowne Fire Company regret to announce the death of Past Chief Charles "Bud" McKelvey. Chief McKelvey was a dedicated member of the Department for 71 years and held the office of Chief, 1st Assistant, 2nd Assistant and served as a member of the Board of Trustees and the Board of Directors for the Relief Association of Lansdowne Fire Company. Chief McKelvey was also a life member of Darby Fire Patrol #2, Station 21. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Funeral Mass on Tuesday, 10:30 AM at St. Philomena Church, 41 E. Baltimore Ave., Lansdowne, PA 19050 where friends may call from 9:00-10:15 AM at the church. Friends may also call Monday evening from 6:30-9:00 PM at the Logan Funeral Home, 57 S. Eagle Rd., Havertown, PA 19083. Int. Holy Cross Cemetery.
Thursday, October 3, 2013
At around 19:00 the company was dispatched to N. Lansdowne Av. and E. Baltimore Av. for a vehicle fire. Engine 19 quickly responded with a crew of 4 to find a sedan with a fire in the passenger compartment. Engine 19's nozzle man made quick work of the fire while the control man and officer opened up. Pipeline 19 also made the response with a crew of 6.
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
At around 18:00 the company was dispatched as the RIT to Harry's Check Cashing in Darby Borough. Rescue 19 responded with 6 members as the RIT. Upon arrival the crew did a 360 of the building, which was a 2 story store front with a large warehouse attached in the rear. 1st alarm companies were attempting to fight the fire from the interior, but were quickly evacuated by command. The RIT stood by for several hours as companies operated defensively to control the fire.
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Truck 19 was initially dispatched to Yeadon Borough for a water flow alarm in a warehouse located on Baltimore Pike, but just a minute after the dispatch it was upgraded to a working commercial building fire. Upon arrival and entry Truck 19's inside crew along with Engine 24s crew were met by a lot of smoke. At this time Truck 19's officer along with Truck 19 Irons man went ahead of the engine company in search of the fire while the outside crew got the ladder to the roof and got ready for roof operations. Truck 19's inside crew located the fire in the locker room and then instructed 24 engine company to their destination where it was then extinguished. Crews then began to overhaul and check for extension. Moments later the fire was placed under control and extensive ventilation was performed by Hovercraft 12.
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