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.
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FF McKnight judging at 1ST AID meet
FF McKnight was one of the firefighter assisting at the local 1ST AID meet held at Forest Hills on Mar 12th. Over 120 Scouts participated, testing their skills.
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Fire Station
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Command 84-1
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Engine 84-1
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Original Squad 84-6
Squad 84-6 was used by the department for our QRS Responses. We sold this unit to the Gallitzin Fire Dept, and is still currently in service
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Original Engine 841
This was our original Engine 84-1. A 1971 Ford Bruco Engine, had a 750 GPM Hale pump and 750 tank. The unit has been retired since 2007
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MIC Structure Fire - Adams Twp
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MIC Structure Fire -Adams Twp
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Adams Twp Structure Fire 2004
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Beaverdale Legion Fire 2005
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Original Rescue Engine 84-5
The Original Rescue Engine 84-5 was a 1995 Freightliner, with a 1500 GPM Hale Pump and 500 gallon water tank.
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Centennial Dr Structure Fire
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