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  • Reminder for drivers

    A recent pedestrian accident, one involving a youth, has become a reminder for Newtown Square Firefighters.  With the opening of school, there are multiple campaigns that help remind drivers that there are young walkers sharing intersections....
  • Busy Friday for Newtown Square volunteers

    Friday, August 17 was a busy day for Newtown Square’s emergency service providers.   In addition to their routine, in-station duties, they were actively involved with six emergencies. Included in this collection of emergencies were two veh...
  • Rescue 41 is about to become Rescue-Engine 5-5-1

    Rescue 41 is about to becomes New Danville Fire Companies Rescue-Engine 5-5-1.http://www.nd55fc.com/apparatus.html  ...
  • Parkside fire is close to home

    A wake up call for a collection of Delaware County firefighters at 2:07 a.m. on Saturday morning, August 11 became more than a interruption of a night’s sleep.  For this group of volunteers as well as the remainder of the County’s firefig...
  • Campfires can be dangerous

    Continuing the Newtown Square Fire Company’s seasonal suggestion that fire safety should never take a vacation, Fire Chief Doug Everlof reminds outdoor vacationers that all fires start small and that campfires are a common source of unwanted and ...
  • Sunday Morning Accident

    At approximately 0345 hrs., Sunday morning, Rescue 41 and Medic 537B were dispatched to the area of Bryn Mawr and West Chester Pike for an automobile accident with entrapment. The assignment was soon advised the accident was in the 3400 Block of West Ches...
  • Fatal Saturday Afternoon Accident

    A tragic multiple vehicle accident at approximately 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 28 involved a collection of area emergency personnel. Traffic patterns in the area of West Chester Pike and Bryn Mawr Avenue, Newtown Square were altered for many hours because o...
  • Safe driving without being tired

    While the television advertisements warn against driving when taking certain prescription medicines, the Newtown Square Fire Company has its own warning: Never drive while over-tired.  Lisa Migliori, Newtown Square’s in-house safety consultant,...
  • How much are they worth each day

    How much is your family worth?  There have been some very important events that have taken place in the services being rendered by the Newtown Square Fire Company.  Two non-connected events have spawned some serious concerns by Newtown Square...
  • Rescue 41 Sold

    Congratulations to the New Danville Fire Company on the purchase of their new KME Rescue-Pumper, formerly Rescue 41....
  • Storm visits the area

    Until recently, the weather patterns have detoured some potentially dangerous storms away from the Newtown Square area. The most recent storm, which has been an exception, has been responsible for a collection of damaging weather. A locally based weather ...
  • Ice Cream

    One of the joys of the summer is ice cream.  To help make this happiness become even happier, two neighboring Fire Companies, with the aid of Cold Stone Creamery, have arranged for two nights of family fun.  Firefighters and apparatus from the...
  • Series of accident busies firefighters

    Newtown Square firefighters once more made an accurate forecast on Thursday evening, July 5.  The rain and, in some areas, mild fog, were felt by some to be contributors to two of three back-to-back late night dispatches. Shown is one of two SUVs inv...
  • Haz Mat Operations training

    During two recent weekends, which ended on Sunday, July 1, a collection of Newtown Square Fire Company, officers and seasoned firefighters attended a locally held, special service school. The school staged by the teaching staff of the Bucks County Communi...
  • A "what if " list

    When many people utter the phrase, “What if,” these words become a reference to the phrase “what if” that explains something that has gone wrong or did not turn out as planned.  The Newtown Square Fire Company consistently pra...
  • Keeping cool starts early

    The weather continues to prove that it is fickle. This spring and early summer has seen alternating periods of super hot and comfortably warm temperatures.  As this year’s summer continues, the Newtown Square Fire Company reminds residents of t...
  • Midweek storm prompts minor activities

    As Wednesday evening, June 27 storm approached, the normal migration of firefighters to the Newtown Square fire station began with first wave of lightening.  With the reports of severe weather being received from the Chester County emergency radio, t...
  • First of the summer food safety suggestions

    For many people, July 4 is an unofficial date that ushers in the outdoor cookout and picnic season. If so, July 4 should also be the date that safe, outdoor cooking, eating, and storage practices should begin as well....
  • New way to call for help before digging

    When the warmer, seasonal weather becomes a steady visitor to the area, it is not uncommon to see a large number of projects involving digging and moving soil.  In reflecting upon this form of seasonal activities, Newtown Square Fire Chief Doug Everl...
  • Monday Night Activities

    Monday, 18 June 2007    ...