MFCA ARCHIVE
December 2007
 
 
12/31/07
LAST CALL FOR 2007

Merion Fire Company assisted by Penn Wynne (Sta. 21) responded to the corner of Ardmore Ave and County Line Road for a motor vehicle accident. The drivers side door was popped and Narberth Ambulance backboarded the driver for precautionary purposes. Both companies were in service for thirty minutes.
 
 
12/20/07
GENEROUS DONATION
At today's meeting of the Ardmore Rotary Club, the Merion Fire Company was presented a check for $11,000.00. These funds were the proceeds from this years pancake day. Chief Hayden would like to thank everyone from both organizations who helped to make this happen.
 
 
12/7/07
BURNT FOOD
The Merion Fire Company with the assistance of Bryn Mawr (Sta. 23) were dispatched to 113 Cricket Ave / Suburban Court apartments for a kitchen fire. Upon arrival the call was downgraded to burnt food in the oven. The burned food put off such an odor throughout the complex both companies were put to work in venting the building. Both companies were back in service within an hour.
 
 
12/6/07
HEATER FIRE
The Merion Fire Company assisted by the Bryn Mawr Fire Company responded to 379 West Lancaster Ave in Haverford for smoke in the building. Several store managers were complaining about smoke in their businesses at the Haverford Square Shopping Center. Investigation found a heater fire in the attic. Several stores needed to be ventilated. Companies were in service for an hour.
 
 
12/5/07
OUTLET FIRE
The Merion Fire Company assisted by Narberth Fire Company (Sta. 26) responded to 183 Midfield Road in Ardmore for a small electrical fire in the bathroom. The fuse did not blow and the fire did make it to the stud in the wall. Station 25 was in service for 45 minutes.
 
 
 
 
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