MFCA ARCHIVE
November 2006
 
10/28/06
PEPPER SPRAY RELEASED AT BANK
A die pack of pepper spray exploded at Commerce Bank on the corner of Lancaster Avenue and Haverford Station Road.
 
 
11/28/06
GAS MAIN STRUCK
A contractor drove a pin through a natural gas line on Lancaster Avenue.
 
   
 
11/28/06
ARDMORE TOYOTA MAKES DONATION
Ardmore Toyota donated and dropped off to the station today a 50" Flat Screen TV. A special thanks to Max and Brad Paul the owners of the dealership.
 
 
11/25/06
SANTA AT SUBURBAN SQUARE
Santa made a quick visit today to Suburban Square trading in his reindeer and sleigh for now with our new house dog "Booster" on Engine 25-1.
 
   
 
11/20/06
DUMP TRUCK TANGLED IN WIRES
On Old Gulph Road today, a dump truck with driver inside got tangled up in some electrical wires. The wires did arc on the body of the truck. PECO cut the power and the driver was removed without any injuries. Stations responding: Station 25 (Ardmore), Engine 26 (Narberth), Rescue 21 (Penn Wynne), Rescue 22 (Belmont Hills), Medic 313 (Narberth Ambulance).
 
   
 
11/16/06
MERION FIRE COMPANY RECRUITS
Ardmore firefighters attended two career fairs today at Lower Merion and Harrington High Schools. The goal was to advertise the junior fire fighter program and to explain about how the volunteer fire service works.
 
   
 
11/9/06
ELEVATOR SHAFT FIRE WITH ENTRAPMENT
At 8:14 A.M., Station 25 was dispatched for an elevator rescue. Chief Hayden (25-5) called on scene and upgraded it to an elevator shaft fire with entrapment. Ardmore Station 25 (Full), Bryn Mawr Station 23 (Full), Belmont Hills (Rescue 22), Penn Wynne (Rescue 21) and 313 Narberth were all dispatched. The fire in the mechanical room was extinguished and the rescue was completed. The individual was transported to the hospital.
 
   
 
 
 
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