Friday, November 29, 2013
With the Holidays quickly approaching the Officers and Members of the Glenolden Fire Company would like to extend our best wishes to your families and ask that event be safe and practice good fire safety this Holiday Season. Please Explore the following link to learn more about how to make your home fire safe for the Holidays. http://www.usfa.fema.gov/citizens/home_fire_prev/holiday-seasonal/holiday.shtmAlso the Glenolden Fire Company would like to extend an invitation to the community to come out for the Borough's Christmas Tree lighting in front of the Library Sunday December 8th at 7pm. Please also make sure to wake your children up by 10 am on Saturday December 14th as the Fire Company brings Santa around the town with candy canes for all the kids. Thank you, and have a SAFE and wonderful Holiday SeasonFrom the Members of the Glenolden Fire Company
Friday, November 15, 2013
Glenolden Fire Co. would like to thank Collingdale Fire Co. No.1 and Chief Locke for loaning us Engine 06-2 while Engine 5 is out for repairs. The loan is greatly appreciated.
Saturday, June 22, 2013
This past Saturday night crews took part in the boroughs annual fireworks, to show our support to our community.Photo Credit: Gary Thompson
Friday, June 7, 2013
At this months company meeting the company dedicated a brand new chrome truck bell the Past Chief, Past President, and Life member Joseph Deeney. Joe dedicated 52 years of service to the Glenolden Fire Company, many years to the DCFA as Secretary. In attendance at the service was much of Joe's family and colleagues. Joe passed away in June of 2008, he was still involved with the company as Secretary. The bell was unveiled to the family and guests, and was blessed by his sister. The family rung the bell for the first time and officially put the new bell in service. The ceremony was a great example of the traditions of the Glenolden Fire Company and we know that Joe would have been proud.
Saturday, April 13, 2013
Just after 6 am Tower 5 was dispatched to assist Company 04 (Darby) with a commercial building fire on the 800 block of Main St. Tower 5 went responding with a full crew and was assigned to the C-D corner on the building to set up master streams. Crew immediately went to work gaining access to the Delta exposure as well as ventilating the Charlie side of the fire building. All companies operating on the scene went into advanced master streams, while the crew of Tower 5 assisted companies 19, 16, and 04 with a trench cut on the Delta exposure.The Tower was then ordered to begin cutting down the Charlie side of the building with master streams to stop any further collapse. Tower 5's crew operated on scene for 8 hours before being relieved by the cover companies.Photo credit: Delaware Valley Fire Photography.
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Attention all members, company physicals exprie this year, many members are up soon. Please check the Chiefs Office door for the expiration dates, any questions contact the Officers. Thank you
Saturday, December 29, 2012
At around 6:30 on Christmas Eve companies 5,1,and 9 were dispatched to Ridley Ave in Sharon Hill for the working building fire with entrapment. Tele-squirt 01 arrived with fire showing from the second floor with confirmed entrapment, the proceeded to go inservice with a 1 3/4". 09-2 arrived shortly after and took a second line and began a search, conditions deteriortated quickly and upon the arrival of Tower 5 we were ordered to place the main inservice and go into master stream operations. Crew fought hard but unfortunetly the vitcim was not located in time. Crews operated for over an hour to get the fire under control. Picture credit goes to Delaware Valley Fire Photography.
Saturday, December 29, 2012
Happy Holidays from the Officers and Members of the Glenolden FIre Co.
Monday, October 15, 2012
Station 5 was dispatched for the working fire on the 200 Blk of Chester Pk. Tower 5 arrived with smoke showing from a 3 story twin T-5 went in service with an 1 3/4 to the 3rd floor, crews from 02 (Norwood) and 43(Holmes) went in to the exposure and found fire on the 3rd floor. Crews from Glenolden, Norwood, Prospect Park, Holmes, Sharon Hill, and Tincum responded and operated, the fire was placed under control within the 1hr mark.
Friday, October 12, 2012
Tower 5 was called into Collingdale on the second alarm box assignment on Wayne Ave. Crews were battling a 2 1/2 story M.O.R. with extension on to the exposures, Tower 5's crew went in service to the roof to provide ventilation for the interior crews.
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