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Tuesday, July 22, 2014
LETTER FROM THE RED CROSS:Thanks
for hosting a tremendous first American Red Cross blood drive!
The goal for the day was to have 20
pints of blood donated and the final results were the following:
45 people signed up in advance,
31 people actually registered to
give blood &
31 pints of blood were donated!
155% goal achievement! OUTSTANDING!!!
Since each pint donated can benefit
as many as three patients, approximately 93 local area patients may benefit from the generosity of
the donors that gave blood at Llanerch Fire Company on Tuesday, July 22,
2014. Please extend our sincere thanks to everyone who supported,
recruited, volunteered and for use of the space. We are greatly appreciative of
your efforts, especially since we just went on a media appeal due to the blood
shortage in our region.
If you need anything additional
don’t hesitate to ask and hopefully we can either make this an annual event of
bi-annual event the decision is yours, either way I look forward to working
with all of you again on future drive.
Jeanna Savage / Account Executive American Red Cross32% of the donors were LFC members or family. Great effort coordinated by Ass't Chief Leonard.
Monday, July 14, 2014
Firefighter/EMT Jack Welsh also has a gardening business. He donates many of the culled or leftovers he comes across. Station34 looking good this year with some dramatic Canna Lilies.
Friday, June 20, 2014 2:40 PM
Some of the best pictures from Wednesday's
fire were taken by the Main Line Time's Pete Bannan (a former Llanerch
Firefighter & Fire Officer). This link gets you to those pictures
and shows the effort needed when fighting a fire in such heat.
All the Haverford Fire Companies were needed, plus Springfield Fire
Company. Collingdale, Newtown Square and Highland Park, plus Marple EMS
helped cover the town while we were all on scene.There were many tired
firefighters, but none injured. http://www.mainlinemedianews.com/articles/2014/06/20/main_line_times/news/doc53a1f1514fcda166392162.txt
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
The Chief received the following mail. We support and congratulate our members who are working hard on their educations. Good showing!Chief Millay,We
are delighted to inform you that the Main Line Chamber Foundation has
selected the following firefighters from your Company to receive
scholarships on Thursday, June 5th at the “Celebration of Hometown Heroes” to be held at the Lower Merion Township Administration Building Board Room at 6:30 PM:- Daniel Connell- Liam Salvatore- John Welsh In
addition, a special $3000 award will be given to Nicole Harnwell. The
Thomas J. Hays Scholarships are awarded each year for particularly
outstanding service, and we are proud to present Nicole with one of the
two Hays scholarships this year. It
is my sincere hope that Llanerch Fire Company will be well-represented
at the Ceremony. It’s a great opportunity for all of the Companies to
come together and receive much-deserved attention (and publicity). Thank you, Brenda J. Viola
Sunday, April 6, 2014
2008 FORD/BRAUN AMBULANCE
CONTACT CHIEF ENGINEER RON HURLOCK FOR MORE INFO
UNIT IS STILL IN SERVICE READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Crews battle a house fire in the 600 block of
Darby Rd Wednesday afternoon 3/5/14. Just after 3 pm fire crews were
called, Llanerch's engine crew went in service with a line to fight the
fire. The operator and a police officer hand stretched
a supply line to the nearest hydrant as Brookline crews arrived and
laddered and ventilated the building while deploying a 2nd crew inside
with a 2nd line. Bon Air rescue was also on first alarm. 2nd alarm was
struck for manpower and safety, bringing all of Oakmont, Manoa and RIT44
from Springfield. (RIT=Rapid Intervention Team). No injuries at the scene, but considerable damage. Crews were on scene until approximately 6 PM doing overhaul and salvage.Haverford
Police, Paramedics and Llanerch Ambulance were also on scene, while
Montco Ladder 21 and Darby Engine 04 staffed 2 stations in HT in case of
Sunday, January 19, 2014
A crew of 5 responded to a call for rehab services on the 2nd alarm in St Davids, Radnor Township. Crews were out from 1 a.m.until 4 a.m., providing water, monitoring firefighters coming out of the action and assisting Radnor EMS on scene
Friday, January 3, 2014
Fire Companies that protect you were all volunteer from day 1 until
today. There are not enough volunteers to shovel every hydrant. This is a
day when almost anyone can volunteer, without any training, by
shoveling just 1 hydrant closest to your home.
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Second night of no sleep. 34-1 as the RIT with full crew at a working fire in company 38's first due. Crews staffing Tower 34 and 34-2 as they cover the entire township. 35, 56, 58, Montco 23, Montco 313 also at the fire scene.
Monday, December 16, 2013 1:35 am
RIT 34 (Rapid Intervention Team) called to scene of working fire at 582 W Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr section of Haverford Township. No services needed, stood by just in case any firefighters on scene needed assistance. Tower 34 responded to Oakmont firehouse to cover their district.
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