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Fire Police provide Traffic Control for Parade

Fire Police Officer Mark Walsh, February 08

On Thursday morning the day started off like no other day for Thorndale Fire Police. It wasn't for an accident or fire or any type of incident at all. This time it was for something that has never happened in Philadelphia history. Earlier in the week the Philadelphia Eagles won their first ever Super Bowl and on this morning thousands of Chester County residents converged on the Thorndale Train Station ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Thorndale Responds to Multiple Super Bowl Sunday Vehicle Accidents

Photographer/Fire Police Officer Mark Walsh, February 04

On Sunday night as the Super Bowl was in it's final minutes and Philadelphia Eagles fans were all holding their breaths hoping the Eagles brought home their first ever Super Bowl trophy, Thorndale Volunteers were dispatched to it's first of approx. 7 vehicle accidents shortly after 10pm. Chief, Assistant, Deputy, Rescue and Traffic 38 all responded to the first vehicle accident that was reported at ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Engine Responds to Working Garage Fire in Coatesville

Photographer / Fire Police Officer Walsh, February 03

On February 3rd at approx. 10:50am Stations 41/43 (Coatesville), Engine 76 (VA Hospital), Engine 38, Engine 37 (Modena) and RIT 31 (Sadsburysville) were dispatched to the 400blk of Walnut St in the City of Coatesville for the reported garage fire.

Ladder 41-1 was first on scene and reported a garage fire with fire showing. Engine 43 arrived next and secured their own water supply and two handlines ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lieutenant Sean Barron, January 20

At approximately 3:20 pm, the Thorndale Volunteer Fire Company along with Downingtown (Minquas)Ambulance MICU 46-3 were dispatched for a BLS accident on the Rt. 30 bypass at mile marker 277.9. Chief Cordisco and Asst. Chief Taylor responded immediately to the scene as Rescue 38 was not too far behind with it's crew of five.

Initial orders from Asst. Taylor were to close the bypass at the Rt. 282 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Working Fire in Hillside Section of Caln

Photographer/Fire Police Officer Mark Walsh, January 10

Wednesday nights at Thorndale Fire Company are typically drill nights for the volunteers. Every week we meet and go over different aspects of the fire service from fire suppression, vehicle rescue, fire police responsibilities and much more. Last night was no different as the members met for our annual Chief's Meeting usually held on the first Wednesday of the new year to go over what happened the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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