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2020 Incidents
Fire QRS
Jan 43 57
Feb 33 45
Mar 30 41
Apr 27 40
May 38 43
Jun 36 48
Jul 42 39
Aug 54 44
Sep 37 45
Oct 47 48
Nov
Dec
Total 387 450

2020 Working Incidents
Fires 11
Entrapments 7

Past Incidents
Fire QRS
2006 485 -
2007 615 -
2008 531 -
2009 454 -
2010 483 -
2011 448 -
2012 374 -
2013 428 -
2014 398 -
2015 428 415
2016 444 431
2017 432 486
2018 425 465
2019 466 512


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No Caption Santa Claus to Visit Caln Township on Saturday December 12th

Chief Daniel Donnachie, December 02

2020 has certainly been a difficult year, but we are happy to report that we received word from the North Pole that Santa Claus still wants to visit his friends in Caln Township as he has done in years past. He will visit us on Saturday December 12th in the morning starting at 8:30 am and if there is inclement weather that prevents us from bringing him around, the rain date will be Saturday December ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Dryer Fire in the Fairways

Thorndale Fire Company, November 22

On Sunday November 22 around 14:30 hours Station 38 was alerted to the 300 block of 1st Montgomery Blvd in the Fairways section of Caln Township for an appliance fire reported as a dryer. Initial reports indicated the dryer was on fire with heavy smoke inside and occupants were evacuating. Chief and Deputy 38 responded and received the report from Chester County Fire Radio that Caln Police Department ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption It’s a boy!!

Fire Police Captain James Mostyn, November 10

The officers and members of the Thorndale Fire Company wish to extend their congratulations to Fire Police Officer Christian Shuts and his wife Mary Beth on the birth of their son Leo Calvin Shuts. Leo was born 10/10/20 almost a month and a half early and after spending 28 days in the Chester County Hospital NICU Leo was given the O.K. to go home over the weekend. Congratulations Christian and Mary ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Fall Back This Weekend Daylight Savings Time Ends

President John Carbo, October 30

Daylight saving time ends this weekend. Make it a tradition to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors when you’re changing your clocks.

REMEMBER: Working smoke and CO alarms save lives. Test your alarms monthly and replace batteries regularly. Learn more

Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania State Fire Commissioner Bruce Trego is encouraging citizens to change the batteries ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Slow Down and Move Over. It’s the Law!

FF/EMT Sean Barron, October 17

Saturday, October 17th is National Slow Down and Move Over Day, which falls on the 3rd Saturday of each October. This day is used to highlight the ever-increasing need for motorists to slow down and move over anytime they see any flashing lights or people on the roadway.

Tow operators are first responders too, and every six days one of them is killed while trying to help people from the road. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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