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Fire Prevention at Spring Twp Parks

PIO Rick Schartel, July 09

Fire prevention programs will be conducted at the following playgrounds this month

7/16-Colony Park,
7/17- Drexelwood Park,
7/22-LenOak Park.

ll events start at 10:
00. And will feature visits from firefighters, fire engines and a fire prevention message. Please stop by and bring the kids
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PIO Rick Schartel, July 08

The drill topic for Monday night July 8th was chocking techniques, Chocking is the act of stabilizing a vehicle that has been involved in a collision and may be prone to rocking. Uninhibited motion can lead to additional injuries to patients and complicate the proper operation of the many powered tools at our disposal. Cribbing can also be used for stabilizing machinery, cargo loads, structural ... (Full Story & Photos)

Our Newest Firefighter 1 Grad

PIO Rick Schartel, July 06

Congratulations to John Cole, our latest Firefighter 1 certified firefighter. For those of you who read our recent postings, you will recall that John comes to us from New Zealand by way of Australia, and arrived with a wealth of previous firefighting certifications, credentials and experience. Unfortunately, they didn’t translate well into the fire service credentialing process here in the States, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Wyomissing Fourth of July Parade

PIO Rick Schartel, July 04

TSFR was proud to participate in the annual Wyomissing Borough Fourth of July Parade held on, of course, Thursday July 4. Rescue Engine 85 and Engine 85 were in line, and joined Wyomissing FD Engine and Ladder 79, West Reading Engine, Ladder and Utility 64.and Western Berks EMS in honoring the birth of our nation and the brave men and women who have defended it ever since.... (Full Story & Photos)

Mutual Aid Structure Assignment, Wyomissing Boro

PIO Rick Schartel, July 03

Around 1:30 PM on Wednesday July 3, TSFR Engine 85 was dispatched to the Berkshire Mall at 1665 State Hill Rd.in Wyomissing Borough as part of a full structure assignment for a possible fire. E85 was assigned by Command to stand by a hydrant at the corner of the former Sears store and be prepared to provide an attack line. Interior personnel found a haze in the space which was eventually traced ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Public Information Officer Rick Schartel, July 01

The regular Dept Monday night drill was focused on pump operator quantifications. Tanker 85 connected to the hydrant in front of the station and supplied Engine 85, which in turned supplied a BlitzFire ground master stream and a hand hoseline. Unfortunately, the drill was cut short by a structure fire call in neighboring Wyomissing Borough.... (Full Story & Photos)

Grilling Safety

Public Information Officer Rick Schartel, June 30

Nothing tastes better this time of year than a burger, hot dog, or some other treat done to perfection on an outdoor grille. Unfortunately, grilling does carry some risks. According to our contacts at the Consumer Product Safety Commission, over 22000 injuries each year are attributed to grilling incidents. Here are some things to think about:

• For propane grills, check the gas tank for leaks ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption It's Fireworks Season...BE SAFE !!!!!

Public Information Officer Rick Schartel, June 30

This is that time of year when Independence Day inspires use of fireworks across the county. And every year thousands of people of all ages are injured, and some killed by improper handling of fireworks. According to the National Fire Protection Association, children under the age of 15 account for over 1/3 of reported injuries. Further, fireworks are liked to over 19000 fires annually.
While they ... (Full Story & Photos)


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