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takes great pride in protecting and serving our community as well as continuing our rich
history in the borough of Malvern. Feel free to stop by the Station anytime. We Operate 5
pieces of Firefighting Apparatus and 5 pieces of Emergency Medical Apparatus. We are
always looking for new volunteers and help from the community. Contact us today!
Minor Crash at Sugartown Road and Monument Avenue
05/11/2013 12:37 Hrs
At 12:37 hours Station 4 Fire and EMS units were dispatched to the intersection of Sugartown Road and Monument Avenue for reports of a Motor Vehicle Collision.
Ambulance 4-2 responded and was advised of a two vehicle accident with unknown injuries.
Tac 4 and Ladder 4 responded and assisted with securing the vehicles and checking for any hazards. Stations 54 & 56 (Goshen) Fire Police assisted with traffic control at the incident scene.
Ambulance 4-2 transported one patient to a local f ... (Full Story & Pictures)
Vehicle Versus House in Willistown
05/06/2013 17:01 Hrs
At 17:01 hours Station 4 Fire and EMS units were dispatched to the intersection of Providence Road and Goshen Road in Willistown Township for reports of a motor vehicle accident.
Ambulance 4-2 responded and was advised of an accident involving a vehicle in to a farm house with unknown injuries.
Deputy 4 (Gastwirth) arrived and confirmed the location to be in Company 41's area. He also advised of a minor accident involving a vehicle and the house.
Station 4 EMS crews tended to the occup ... (Full Story & Pictures)
Afternoon Crash Injures One
04/30/2013 12:32 Hrs
At 12:32 hours Station 4 Fire and EMS units were alerted to the intersection of Paoli Pike and Sugartown Road for reports of a motor vehicle crash.
Initial reports indicated a single vehicle in to a telephone pole with unknown injuries.
Ambulance 4-2 arrived on the scene confirming the report and indicating that all occupants were out of the vehicle. Ambulance 4-2 initiated patient care on an injured occupant while the crew of Tac 4 arrived and secured the vehicle and checked for any hazar ... (Full Story & Pictures)
Second Brush Fire of the Day: 3500 West Chester Pike
04/27/2013 22:20 Hrs
At 22:20 hours, Tac 4 along with Tac 3 (Paoli) and Brush 56(Goshen) was alerted to assist Delaware County Station 41 (Newtown Square) with a brush fire to the rear of 3500 West Chester Pike in Newtown Township Delaware County.
Tac 4 made the response and arrived to assist with mop up at the scene of the two acre brush fire. Delco Station 64 (Edgemont) and Delco Station 46 (Rocky Ridge) also assisted at the scene.
During the incident, Tac 4 also handled a fire alarm activation at Dunwoody V ... (Full Story & Pictures)
Engine & Tac Assist WCFD on Woods Fire
04/27/2013 15:09 Hrs
Shortly before 15:00 hrs, Station 52 (Goodwill of WCFD) was dispatched to the 1000 block of Phoenixville Pike in West Goshen Township to investigate smoke outside.
WCFD crews arrived and ultimately discovered 3 acres of woods on fire. Station 51 (First West Chester of WCFD), Brush 6 (West Whiteland) and Tanker 39 (West Bradford) were alerted to assist as Phoenixville Pike Command was established.
At 15:09 hours Engine 4-5 was alerted to assist with manpower and water. With the update that ... (Full Story & Pictures)
Engine 4-5 Assists on Garage Fire in CharlestownTownship
04/22/2013 11:47 Hrs
At 11:22 hrs Station 5 (East Whiteland), Station 47 (Lionville) and Engine 6-1 (West Whiteland) were alerted to the intersection of Conestoga Road and Valley Hill Road in Charlestown Township for the report of a house on fire.
Initial reports indicated that a house on the corner was on fire. An East Whiteland Fire Marshal arrived on location reporting an address in the 2000 block of Conestoga Road and confirming fire through the roof of a detached garage.
First in crews from East Whiteland ... (Full Story & Pictures)
MFC Hosts Driver Safety & Training Day
04/21/2013 08:00 Hrs
On Saturday, April 21st the Malvern Fire Company hosted a mandatory training session for all drivers and operators of our emergency vehicles.
Emergency vehicle crashes are the second leading cause of firefighter fatalities. These crashes occur while responding to and returning from emergency scenes, and also while traveling to and from training details and other events.
In addition to the documented fatalities and injuries to firefighters, we do not to overlook the civilian injuries and de ... (Full Story & Pictures)
Small HVAC Fire in East Whiteland
04/14/2013 01:50 Hrs
At 01:35 hrs Station 5 (East Whiteland) was dispatched to the 300 Block of North Phoenixville Pike in East Whiteland Township for a commercial fire alarm activation.
Engine 5-3 arrived and made entry to discover a light smoke condition inside. The assignment was upgraded to a building fire at 01:50. This re-alerted Station 5, added an Engine and Ladder from Malvern, two Engines and a Tower from Station 3 (Paoli) and Engine 56 (Goshen).
Ladder 4 arrived behind Engine 5-3 and the crew assist ... (Full Story & Pictures)
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