MFCA ACTIVE
January 2016
1-23-16
Snowblower Fire

Ardmore firefighters responded to the 200 block on Church Road and quickly handled a snow blower fire in the driveway of a home.

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1-22-16
Chimney Fire

The Lower Merion Working Fire Dispatch was transmitted for a chimney fire with extension to the alley at 7 east Lancaster Ave.
The fire was quickly controlled and companies were placed back in service with in 30 minutes.

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1-19-16
Dumpster Fire

At 11:22 AM today Merion of Ardmore Firefighters quickly handled a dumpster fire behind the stores on Rittenhouse Place off of Cricket Terrace.

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1-13-16
Dishwasher Fire

At 9AM Station 25 handled a smokey dishwasher fire at a house on Lakeside Road.
The company was back in service in 30 minutes.

DISHWASHER FIRE DISHWASHER FIRE DISHWASHER FIRE DISHWASHER FIRE DISHWASHER FIRE
1-8-16
Chimney Fire

At 9:22PM the Merion Fire Company assisted Gladwyne in the 300 block of Williamson Road with a Chimney on fire.
A team effort from both companies had the fire under control in 45 minutes.

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1-7-16
Broken Pipe

Firefighters from Engine and Ladder 25 handled a broken pipe at the former Gillane's Bar on Cricket Ave at 5:57PM.

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1-4-16
Congratulations firefighter Brady McHale

Congratulations firefighter Brady McHale. Brady was sworn in as a Radnor Township Police Officer at a ceremony on Monday night.

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1-1-16
Honoring our Past

Isaac Scott
On December 30, 1930 Merion Fire Company Firefighter Isaac Boyd was killed in the line of duty when the fire engine he was driving crashed enroute to a house fire started by wiring on a Christmas tree.

Members of MFCA and Boyds family members, placed a wreath on his grave like they have for many years.

HONORING OUR PAST
 
 
 
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MAPLECREST CIRCLE

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TRASH CAN FIRE

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16 LANCASTER AVE

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DUMPSTER FIRE

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