Station 84 units responded to a number of storm related incidents on June 22 and 23rd throughout both Townships.
Sunday, June 19th, 2022
Utility 84 and 84 chief responded to assist Medic 781 on a non emergency lift assist late Sunday afternoon.
Engine 841 and Utility 84 responded to a tree down on wires on the 1700 block of Seesetown Road Saturday afternoon.
Shortly after returning from the Commercial Vehicle fire, crews responded to a fully involved SUV at Locust Street at the Rt 219 off ramp. Crews arrived on scene to find a fully involved vehicle. Engi...
Call history
Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020
Engine 841 handled multiple trees down on Rock Dump Rd near Franklin St early Wednesday morning.
Tuesday, July 21st, 2020
Fire crews from Stations 82, 84, and 80 were dispatched for a heavy smoke investigation outside of Krayn Roan near the Windmills in Adams Township. 84 Captain reporting a large brush fire from an apparent lightning strike, as storms travelled thru the area.
Utility 84 responded to assist Medic 781 on a Lift Assist early Friday morning.
Tuesday, July 14th, 2020
Rescue Engine 84 assisted Medic781 on an alarm at the Rose of Sharon Home Tuesday afternoon.
Friday, July 10th, 2020
Rescue Engine 84 handled a tree down on US Rt 219 at the Adams/Richland Twp. Line
Engine 841 and Utility 84 responded on multiple trees down across the road early Thursday morning on Hollow Road in Adams Township. The Township road crew responded to assist us.
Tuesday, July 7th, 2020
The Rescue and Utility handled a tree down on Rt 869 near the Amerigas gas plant.
A first alarm was dispatched for a building fire on the 600 block of Scalp Ave Sunday afternoon. An apparent fire in the utility room spread smoke throughout the structure until the cause was determined.
Shortly after returning from Station 3 from the stand by, Engine 842 and Utility 84 responded on a house fire in Windber Borough assisting Station 3 units. A tree adjacent to the home caught fire and spread into the home.
Saturday, July 4th, 2020
Engine 842 moved into Station 3 for a stand by Saturday afternoon. They had a unit assisting Station 36 (Johnstown) on a fire in the city, and an engine assisting Station 611 Windber on a large brush fire in Somerset County.
Friday, July 3rd, 2020
Stations 84 and 3 (Richland Twp) were dispatched for a brush fire on the 800 block of Blue Rd minutes after the accident dispatch Friday afternoon. A large controlled burn that quickly moved with increased winds created a larger than anticipated fire causing the fire department to be dispatched.
Station 84 along with EMS from Forest Hills were dispatched for an accident on Lake Rd, near Grown Rd in Croyle Township. PSP cancelled units as the accident occurred overnight and the vehicle as not yet removed.
Station 84 personnel were initially dispatched for wires down on the 1200 block of Seesetown Road. Upon arrival Cambria 911 upgraded the alarm to an accident with injuries as a car sheared off a utility pole.
A first alarm was dispatched to a residence on Frankstown Road, in Richland Township early Monday. Crews found a rubbish fire near a building. All mutual aid crews were placed into service.
Fire crews from Station 84 responded on a heat detector alarm Saturday afternoon to the Visitor Center. No conditions were reported and the Engine and Rescue placed back into service.
Thursday, June 18th, 2020
A first alarm was dispatched to a well involved garage shortly after noon today on the alley between 2nd and 3rd St. in St Michael. Engine 841 made the attack with 2 preconnected lines, while Engine 842 hit the hydrant and laid out 500' LDH.
Thursday, June 18th, 2020
A first alarm was dispatched for a reported building fire on Eisenhower Blvd early Thursday morning. Units were cancelled by 3 chief. No fire conditions.
Station 84 units responded to assist Station 85 on an accident with entrapment shortly before 7AM. Crews found an auto on its side on the embankment. The rescue crew applied cribbing to stabilize, and EMS assisted with getting the patient out the passenger side.
Stations 84 and 82 were dispatched for an automatic fire alarm on the 400 block of Locust St, in Adams Township late Saturday. A faulty detector in the residence portion was to blame. No conditions and 84 chief all units into service.
Station 84 was dispatched for an electrical hazard with power lines down on a garage. The downed lines created some issues with the roof and created a small amount if smoke in the structure. The Utility Company responded to eliminate the power issue.

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