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Deck Fire on Cleveland Ave

Deputy Chief Rick Schartel, May 29

An early morning fire involving a deck attached to a home on Cleveland Ave in the West Wyomissing neighborhood of Spring Township resulted in a full structure assignment being dispatched. Reported as a house fire with a possible explosion TSFR Engine 85 arrived and determined that the fire was confined to a deck on the side of the home. A grill propane cylinder exploded and alerted neighbors and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption First 2023 Burn Bldg Session

Deputy Chief Rick Schartel, May 07

TSFR members were joined by our mutual aid partners from Western Berks , Cumru Twp and Shillington FDs on Saturday May 6 for Spring's first of three burn building sessions for 2023. The exercise was conducted in the structural fire burn building at the Berks County Fire Training School.

17 members from the four participating companies completed five training fires that emphasized hose line management ... (Full Story & Photos)

Near Miss Fire

Deputy Chief Rick Schartel, April 26

Quick thinking neighbor children spotted and reported a fire against a condo in the Wyomissing HIlls section of Wyomissing Boro early Thursday evening April 21. A small pile of rags had ignited and were spreading into the vinyl siding and underlayment which were quickly addressed by the occupants and neighbors and eventually the fire department.

Wyo FD Ladder 79 was on location of another csll in ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Vehicle Accident with Entrapment

, April 26

Around dawn on Friday morning April 14, TSFR Rescue 85, Western Berks EMS and Fire Police responded to a vehicle versus pole accident on State Hill Rd at Colony Dr on the Spring/Wyo border. Arriving units found one occupant unresponsive with all doors locked and unable to be opened. The assignment was upgraded to an entrapment which added Wyo FD Ladder 79. A nearby PPL pole was found sheared and ... (Full Story & Photos)

Burn Ban Rescinded

Deputy Chief Rick Schartel, April 26

At the recommendation of the District Forester, the burn ban enacted by the County Commissioners has been rescinded due to the recent rains and cooler temperatures.

The cooperation of Twp residents during the ban was greatly appreciated. Residents are reminded that the regular Township ordinance covering outside burning is still in effect. Information can be obtained from the Township Fire Marshal.... (Full Story)

No Caption Structure Fire, Wyomissing HIlls

April 01

On Saturday night April 1, Wyo FD Ladder 79, TSFR Engine 85, along with our mutual aid partners from the Reading Fire Department (Ladder 1, Engine 3), West Reading (Engine 64), Kenhorst (Engine 69-1), Mt Penn (Utility 1 RIT), and Western Berks EMS (Med 6512 and Med 6511) were dispatched to a residence on Grandview Blvd.in the Wyomissing Hills section of Wyomissing Borough for a structure fire. Communications ... (Full Story & Photos)

TSFR and WFD Respond to West Reading Explosion

Deputy Chief Rick Schartel, March 24

Late in the afternoon of Friday March 24, a devastating explosion leveled a building at the RM Palmer Candy facility on 2nd Street in West Reading. Unfortunately, several employees were killed and injured in the blast. One building was totally obliterated and adjacent structures suffered severe damage. The incident resulted in a mass casualty declaration and a four alarm fire response, along with ... (Full Story & Photos)

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WHP Harrisburg Photo

No Caption Lithium Ion Battery Fire Problem

Fire Prevention Lt Gibbs, March 23

Over the past several years, the use of lithium ion battery-operated equipment and vehicles have increased significantly. These devices have been incorporated into our everyday activities. Just think how many battery-operated devices are now in your home, such as lawn equipment, drills, cellular phones, bikes and vehicles. Even our toothbrush maybe battery operated. Simply look around your home and ... (Full Story & Photos)


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