Rescue Engine 84 responded as part of a first alarm-assisting Station 3 (Richland Township), to the Engineering and Sciences Building on Kunks Drive on the Pitt Campus. One of the furnaces caught fire...
Wednesday, November 30th, 2022
Station 84 handled 2 tree down incidents Wednesday afternoon. The first on WPA Road, followed by a call to Rt 219 Northbound.
Engine 841 responded to a single family residence shortly after 9AM for a fire alarm. Upon arrival there were no conditions and FD personnel met with the resident.
As 84 personnel were returning from Rt 219, they were added to an alarm with Station 82 on a child locked in a vehicle. Our units were cancelled prior to arrival and placed into service.
Call history
Sunday, June 13th, 2010
Station 84 was dispatched for a lift assist on Tank Ave., in St Michael. Command 84-1 responded with 4, and several firefighters responded directly, assisting Medic 78-1.
Tuesday, June 8th, 2010
Station 82, with Station 84 & Somerset County Station 611 were dispatched for a vehicle accident with injuries, along the Mine 42 road in Adams Township. One vehicle over the embankment with one occupant.
Sunday, June 6th, 2010
Station 84 was dispatched for an automatic Fire Alarm at the Johnstown Flood National Memorial. Call back from the site reported false alarm and all units from 84 were to cancel. 84 Chief placed the station back into service
Monday, May 31st, 2010
Station 84 was dispatched for numerous trees down on Millers Rd., in the Croyle Township section of Sidman on Monday afternoon. A fast moving storm hit the area and brought widespread damage to parts of Croyle Township, Summerhill Township, and Wilmore Borough.
Saturday, May 29th, 2010
Station 84 was dispatched for a odor investigation of Propane gas, outside of the Amerigas Gas Plant on Beaver Run Ave, Sidman section of Croyle Township. No conditions were found upon arrival, and all 84 units placed back into service by 84 Chief.
Stations 84 & 82, along with EMS from Sta 78 were activated for an automatic fire alarm at the Forest HIlls High School, Sidman. A school play was going on when smoke from a fog generator set off the alarm.
Saturday, May 22nd, 2010
Station 84 along with EMS from Stations 78 & 9 were dispatched for a vehicle accident with injuries in the 200 block of Ragers Hill Rd of Adams Township. Two cars collided head on-causing both drivers to be taken toa local hospital for treatment.
Sunday, May 16th, 2010
Rescue 84-5 was activated to assist Station 82 on an ATV accident with injury on Mountain Rd near the Krayn Windfarms. One patient was treated on scene. Units from 84 were placed into service by 82 Chief.
Sunday, May 16th, 2010
Station 84 along with Staion 82 was activated for an automatic fire alarm at the Forest HIlls High school shortly after midnight. Post Prom activities were taking place, and artificial smoke from a theme prop set off the alarm.
Friday, May 14th, 2010
Stations 82 & 84 was dispatched for a fire alarm in a residence on Huff St, Dunlo. Engine 84-1 with 5 responded, and was cancelled by Engine 82-1 on scene.
Saturday, May 8th, 2010
Station 84 was dispatched for trees down on WPA Rd.
Station 84 was dispatched for an automatic fire alarm at the Country Living Estates on Humbert Rd., in Sidman. A call back to Cambria 911 with porper ID stated the alarm was accidental. 84 Deputy responded to the home for the report-all units were placed into service by 84 Chief.
Sunday, April 25th, 2010
Rescue 84-5 was dispatched to assist Medic 78-1 on a Cardiac Arrest to a residence on Market St., St Michael. Our services not needed- and were cancelled by the medic unit. Coroner was dispatched to scene.
Friday, April 23rd, 2010
Station 84, along with Medic 78-1, Medic 92, and Medic 38-1 (Memorial Medic Unit) were dispatched for a motorcycle accident on the 500 block of Ragers HIll Rd. One person was treated at teh scene for injuries, and transported by 78-1.
Friday, April 23rd, 2010
We wre dispatched for stand by for Station 15 Conemaugh. Conemaugh was assisting East Taylor (Station 17) on a working structure fire.
Friday, April 16th, 2010
Station 84 continued to go on additional storm related emergencies after the initial set of alarms within the coverage areas. Seesetown Rd, Palestine Rd., and Water Dam Rd areas.
Friday, April 16th, 2010
The Station was dispatched on multiple calls Friday evening due to a fast moving storm that pushed through the western part of Pennsylvania. The alarms included: The responses started with FIre alarms at the Johnstown Flood Memorial, Forest HIlls Elementary School, and then numerous tree and wires...
Tuesday, April 13th, 2010
Command 84-1 responded to assist Medic 78-1 to a residence on Chevy Lane, in the Ruthford section of Sidman
Sunday, March 21st, 2010
The department was dispatched early Sunday for a vehicle accident with injuries involving a local ambulance unit that was enroute to the hospital. A vehicle had apparently run off the road way in the 1000 block of Locust St.
Saturday, March 20th, 2010
Rescue 84-5 was dispatched to assist Medic 78-1 on an unconscious person at a residence on Poplar St., Sidman.

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