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  • Traffic 41 For Sale

    FOR SALE FIRE POLICE/TRAFFIC UNIT 1997 Dodge diesel automatic, 4x4  ¾ ton pick-up with Reading Space Cap.  19800 miles as of 3/2010, 4 new tires, trailer hitch with electric brakes, siren, full emergency lighting, 5000 watt Honda gas generator, arr...
  • Emergency Supplies List

    Emergency Supplies List Having the proper tools and supplies goes a long way in answering the challenges that face individuals and families. The weather activities of 2010 should have been a series of wake up events. How a family or a person is pr...
  • Willistown truck accident with injurie

    The continuing increases in emergency responses for Newtown Square firefighters had an unexpected challenge on Tuesday, July 13. The approximate 12:30 p.m. alert message received by the Newtown Square Fire Company told of an entrapment within a vehicle on...
  • 41 assists in Radnor Fire

    It is common for Fire Company message signs to share a long-standing truth, “Big fires start small.” This message concept was demonstrated early on Wednesday afternoon, July 8.  This first of an eventual collection of firefighters and apparatus began...
  • Storm

    The storm of Thursday, June 24 will be remembered for  its massive loss of electricity, isolated neighborhoods, damaged trees and landscapes and home damages.  The forecast for the day told of high temperatures and, depending upon the forecaster, storie...
  • Pedestrian Accident

    Newtown Square Fire Company and the  Riddle Hospital Paramedics   responded to a 10:44 p.m. dispatch on Tuesday, June 22 for a pedestrian down on West Chester Pike near Ellis Avenue, Newtown Township.  Upon arrival of the Newtown police and the emerge...
  • ICE is cool in the summer

    With the arrival of summer and the end of the school year, travel is welcomed change in many lives. Travel can result in the need for special solutions for potentially special problems.  The Newtown Square Fire Company has posed a meaningful question, ...
  • Remembering the graduate

    In discussing the upcoming, Thursday, July 22 Newtown Square Fire Company Golf Outing, the organizers realized they “missed the boat.”    A common advertising phrase this time of the year is a theme that couples “Dad and Grad.” The local fundra...
  • Giving Golf for Father's Day

    As Father’s Day, June 20, approaches, many families are still pondering what to give to Dad.  The answer to this often-stressful question comes from an unexpected source, the Newtown Square Fire Company. Their answer does not focus on a personal visit ...
  • Auxiliary's 59th Semi Annual Flea Market

    Sunday April 25th9am to 4pm Rain date: May 2ndAt the Newtown Square Shopping Center Vendor forms and information is located on the download section of the website....
  • Acme Receipt Drive is ending soon

    Acme Receipt Drive is ending April 15th.  Please have any receipts in the box out front the Fire House by this date.We appreciates the efforts of neighbors to drop off their receipts. Many thanks to all those who donated Acme receipts over the years....
  • False phone funding appeal

    Members of the Newtown Square Fire Company have been contacted by area residents asking why the local Fire Company is using an unknown firm to do their fundraising this year. The bold truth is this telephone solicitation firm in no way represents the Newt...
  • Vehicle fire with potential hazards

    Today’s vehicles are both complex and filled with combustible contents other than the most obvious burning danger – gasoline.   These items combine to provide an almost instant, rapidly burning fire whenever and wherever a fire begins within the vehi...
  • February storm activities for NS firefighters

    In looking back to the beginning of the record-setting storms, the Newtown Square Fire Company soon realized the weather and the accompanying activities for Friday, February 5 would provide only a small hint of the activities that would follow.  The volu...
  • Prov Road Accident

    Homebound travel using Providence Road on Wednesday, January 3 experienced unwanted problems in the Edgmont portion of this busy artery.   The reason behind the slowed and stopped traffic was a two-vehicle accident near the St. Sharbel Maronite Catholic ...
  • EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENT

    Part-Time Firefighter/EMT’sGeneral Notice:  The Newtown Square Fire Company is accepting resumes for Part-time Firefighter / EMT’s to fill weekly 12 hour shifts. Shifts will be based on a Monday-Friday, 6am-6pm schedule. The Newtown Square Fire Compa...
  • Helping assure a safe holiday

    Fire prevention is a very important undertaking for the members of the Newtown Square Fire Company.   One of the important challenges facing this group of trained and experienced, unpaid professionals is finding ways of motivating the community they prot...
  • Safety as the deadline nears

     With the rush toward Christmas accelerates, the Newtown Square Fire Company has asked home decorators to add a few moments for safety.  In discussing the potential problems, Newtown Square Fire Chief Doug Everlof stressed, “ The on-and-off periods of...
  • Saw Mill Road Accident

    The quiet of a weekend morning was abruptly interrupted on Sunday, December 6 when a passenger vehicle left Saw Mill Road and came to an abrupt stop in the small Thomas Run tributary of the Darby Creek.  An approximate 9:15 a.m. dispatch sent fire and po...
  • Avoiding underground dangers

    This is the season when multiple activities prompt various forms of last minute or seasonal activities.  These tasks often mean digging a hole or “planting” some form of seasonal support. If any of these activities become a project, there is one safe...