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March 2010

3/25/2010
Man Found Dead in Ardmore Apartment

The Merion Fire Company of Ardmore responded to 244 East Montgomery Ave yesterday to assist the Fire Department Office & the Lower Merion Police. An investigation of an odor by police and fire officials found a deceased male victim in a 2nd floor apartment which had been on fire.

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3/21/2010
Double Dipping

MFC was dispatched to Sun Catchers Tanning Salon for a report of something burning. Crews gained access to the basement where they were met with a slight haze and odor of something burning. With the help of the thermal imaging camera, the engine crew pinpointed the cause to a overheated electrical main. The troubled main was shut down and then handled over to PECO. Meanwhile across the street at 21 West Lancater Ave, a fire alarm was activated due to a culinary mishap Positive pressure fans were set up to help clear out the smell and smoke from burnt food. Crews were on scene for nearly forty five minutes.

3/11/2010
Assisting Narberth Fire Company

MFC assisted Narberth Fire Company (Sta. 26) at the Millennium Health Spa in the Wynnewood Shopping Canter last with an odor of smoke in the building.

3/7/2010
Little Boy Stuck in Elevator

5 year old boy was removed from an elevator on the 3rd floor at Ardmore Crossing Apartments.

3/2/2010
Report of Fumes

The Merion Fire Company handled a report of fumes in the building at the Montessori School at 125 County Line Road this afternoon.

3/1/2010
Assist with Narberth Ambulance

Ladder 25 assisted Narberth Ambulance with the removal of an injured construction worker at the Lower Merion High School building site this afternoon.

 
 
 
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