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Boiler Malfunction with Smoke Condition

Deputy Chief Rick Schartel, March 26

ON Tuesday morning March 26, TSFR along with our mutual aid partners from Shillington (E36), West Reading (E64), Mohnton (E57), Wyomissing (L79), Western Berks FD (L18), Muhlenberg Twp (66RIT,) and Western Berks EMS (M6513) were dispatched for a reported structure fire on Portland Avenue, in the West Wyomissing neighborhood of Spring Township. Companies were provided additional information reporting ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Deputy Chief Rick Schartel, March 23

TSFR would like to remind the public that not all fire hydrants are created equally. While they may look the same and operate the same, they are not all public utility hydrants. In other words, someone other than a public agency owns them and as such is required to maintain, repair and test them. This is to ensure that they are available to the fire department in times of emergency. We have learned ... (Full Story & Photos)

Congrats to Our Newest EMT!

Deputy Chief Rick Schartel, March 14

Congratulations to Firefighter Jeremy Bova who recently successfully passed his EMT tests both at the state level and for National Registry. This outstanding achievement is the culmination of months of study and practice and shows what one determined person can accomplish.

Way to go Jeremy!!... (Full Story & Photos)

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March 11

The Township of Spring is seeking applicants for an eligibility list for the position of full-time Firefighter/EMT, with projections of hiring six (6). TSFRS is a progressive and professional combination career-volunteer system providing skilled EMS, Fire Suppression, Haz-mat Response, Technical Rescue, Fire Code Enforcement, Fire Investigation and Public Education/info services. TSFRS promotes the ... (Full Story & Photos)

TSFR Supports Wilson Middle School Career Day

Deputy Chief Rick Schartel, March 06

On Tuesday March 6, TSFR provided a booth at the annual Wilson School District Middle School Career Fair held at Alvernia University, The event featured approximately 25 booths provided by local vendors, educational institutions and potential employers who explained their businesses to students who visited them. The TSFR booth made 24 student contacts during three, one-hour sessions that involved ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Smoke Detectors Work in Lithium Ion Battery Fire

Deputy Chief Rick Schartel, February 19

A Spring Township family of five was saved from injury and possibly worse by the activation of their smoke detectors due to a fire in their condo. On Saturday night February 17, TSFRS and our mutual aid partners were dispatched to an apartment complex in Spring Township for a possible structure fire. The fire was reported to involve a burning carpet with a heavy smoke condition.

Units arrived on ... (Full Story & Photos)

Twp Firefighters Visit the Library

February 12

TSFR Members visited the Spring Township Library on Monday morning February 12 for a book reading session. Personnel read to the children and provided a tour of Engine 85. 18 children and 15 adults comprised the audience.

Firefighters frequently visit the library and interested parties are encouraged to visit the Library's web site for dates and times.... (Full Story & Photos)

FF Chrissie Najarian reads to the children
FF Chrissie Najarian reads to the children

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February 12

With the possibility of a significant snow storm tonight through tomorrow, we wanted to remind everyone to help us help you by keeping your neighborhood fire hydrants clear of snow! The ideal clearance is 3 feet around the hydrant. This allows us enough room to hook up to the hydrant and also locate it during an emergency!

Shoveling your driveways and front steps, and making sure there is a clear ... (Full Story & Photos)


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