Shortly after 2 am this morning Upper Merion Township Fire and EMS was dispatched to a vehicle rescue. Engine 56-4 stabilized the vehicle and worked to cut the windshield to get the patient out of the car while Rescue 56-3 assisted.
Last evening around 6 PM Engine 56 and Medic 356 (Upper Merion Fire & EMS) were dispatched for a vehicle accident with injuries at the intersection of N. Gulph Rd and W. Valley Forge Rd in the Valley Forge National Park.
Today at 12:30 PM Swedesburg Vol. Fire Co. was dispatched along with the other Upper Merion Fire & EMS Companies for a vehicle rescue in the Renaissance Business Park. Rescue 56-3 responded with a crew of 7.
Last night Swedesburg Vol. Fire Co. started our rotation as the Upper Merion Township duty crew. Crews were kept busy with five calls for service from 10:40 PM till 6:00 AM this morning. At 10:40 PM a vehicle accident with injuries was dispatched for the intersection of S.
Shortly after 11 PM last night the Swedesburg Volunteer Fire Company was dispatched to the intersection of East 4th St and River Rd in the village for a vehicle fire after the accident. 56 PD (Upper Merion Police) arrived to a sedan fully involved with wires down.
At approximately 08:45 this morning Rescue 56-3 was dispatched along with George Clay Fire Company (Station 39) and other Upper Merion Fire & EMS units to a Vehicle Rescue. Members assisted with cutting the roof, extricating the patient, and securing the vehicle.
At approximately 08:30 Thursday 11/11/2021 Engine 56-3 was dispatched to the Borough of Bridgeport for a building fire on Hurst Street. Engine 56-3 made the response along with Marine 56 with manpower.
At approximately 23:35 on October 23rd, Upper Merion Township Fire & EMS was dispatched to the area of S Gulph x Arden Road for a vehicle fire. Both stipend engines responded. Engine 56-3 stretched a line and quickly extinguished the fire and assisted with scene lighting.
At approximately 10:30 am on October 23rd, Upper Merion Township Fire & EMS was dispatched to the Sunoco on 202 for a vehicle fire. Both stipend engines responded and arrived to an active vehicle fire.
On Thursday, October 21st at 16:00 Station 56-C was dispatched to a commercial building fire in the area of Saulin Blvd. Upon arrival Deputy 56-3 reported smoke showing. Engine 56-3 and Engine 56 arrived on scene as the first in engines within 8 minutes of the initial dispatch shortly followed by Qu...
On September 1st, 2021 the remnants of Hurricane Ida struck the region leaving a path of devastation. This led to tornados and major flooding in the region. The Schuylkill River hit a major flood stage by 10 pm cresting at a record height of 26.85 feet.
This eveneing at 17:41 the Swedesburg Volunteer Fire Company was dispatched to a building fire in Upper Merion Township after the working fire dispatch was requested from units on scene. Engine 56-3 went enroute shortly after with a crew of 3.
At 12:41 pm today the Swedesburg Volunteer Fire Company was dispatched for the 3rd alarm assignment to assist the Lower Providence Fire Department with a Non-Commercial Building Fire. Engine 56-3 responded with a crew of 6 along with Battalion 56-3.
Another busy day for fire police with two calls. This morning at approximately 2 am Traffic 56 and fire police were dispatched to West Conshohocken to assist at a vehicle accident. They were then dispatched a little after 3:30 pm to the intersection of Swedeland and River Road due to a vehicle accid...
This morning at approximately 00:28 Engine 56-3 was dispatched for a stand by at Union Fire Association, Lower Merion Station 28 while they operated a building fire in their local. Engine 56-3 went enroute with 5.
This morning shortly after 1:30 am Swedesburg Volunteer Fire Company was dispatched for an Unknown Type Fire. Shortly after dispatch 56PD (Upper Merion Police) arrived and reported a trash truck to be on fire.
At 22:21 Wednesday night an initial report was sent for a Commercial Building Fire. 2 minutes after the initial report Rescue 49 was dispatched along with other Upper Merion and local mutual aid units. After arrival of the first unit on scene there was a report of heavy fire showing and entrapment. ...
Shortly after 10:00 PM on Sunday, June 23rd Station 49, Ladder 48, and Engine 32 got dispatched to a Non-Commercial Building Fire with reports of flames from the side of the building. Chief 49 arrived on scene to smoke and fire showing.