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February 2017
2-27-17
CPR RE-CERTIFICATION

Ardmore firefighters participated in CPR re certification class held at station 28.

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2-26-17
35, 37 and 39 East Lancaster Ave

Merion Fire Company responded to 35, 37 & 39 East Lancaster Ave for arcing and sparks coming from an overhang on the front of the buildings.
First arriving firefighters opened up the overhang area and got the electricity shut down. West bound Lancaster Ave was shut down for 30 minutes.

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2-21-17
Cobblestone Drive

Ardmore and Bryn Mawr Fire companies responded to a town house on Cobblestone Drive for a hot water heater in the closet on fire.
The fire was quickly extinguished.

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2-4-17
IHOP Fire

At 7:00AM on Saturday The Merion Fire Company assisted by Bryn Mawr handled a fire in the wall behind the grill at the I HOP at 130 West Lancaster Ave in Ardmore. One worker of the restaurant was checked out by EMS. The restaurant will remain closed for an extended period of time.

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2-2-17
Beverly Road Fire

Three people were injured in a Thursday morning fire in the Overbrook Hills section of Wynnewood Thursday morning.

The fire occurred at about 6:48 a.m. on the 100 block of Beverly Road in a two-story twin house, according to the Lower Merion Fire Chief Charles McGarvey. The building was evacuated and cleared shortly after crews arrived and the fire was under control in about 30 minutes. One civilian and two firefighters were injured fighting the blaze, with one firefighter being taken to a hospital for evaluation, McGarvey said.

The building sustained significant fire damage in the basement of one unit and the other unit sustained smoke damage, McGarvey said. He said the cause of the fire appears to be electrical.

The seven fire companies responding were back in service by about 8:27 a.m.,
The building sustained significant fire damage in the basement of one unit and the other unit sustained smoke damage.

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