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Tue. Jan 2nd 2018
Busy day for the Truck and Rescue Pumper

The new year kicked into full gear as the Truck and/or Rescue Pumper responded to 9 incidents, including our first building f...

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Wed. Sep 13th 2017
Truck crew rescues victim from house fire

At 10:04 PM Station 24 was dispatched to the 200 block of Foster Street in the Borough for a smell of smoke in a house.  ...

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Mon. Sep 4th 2017
Fence Fire

The Rescue Pumper and Truck responded to the 500 Block of Oakland Ave for a fence on fire. Neighbors were using garden hoses ...

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Sat. Dec 23rd 2017
Spring Gun Bash tickets now available

Tickets for the 2018 "Spring Gun Bash" are now available and on sale.  The Gun Bash will be hel...

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Mon. Dec 18th 2017
Members awarded

Lt. Justin Schell, FF Michael Meyer, and Deputy Chief Bill Wright were presented with the SWGFD Life Saving Award.  The ...

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Mon. Dec 11th 2017
Members presented with awards

This evening, LT Justin Schell and FF Michael Meyer were presented with two awards at the City of Greensburg Council meeting....

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Truck crew rescues victim from house fire
Wed. Sep 13th 2017

At 10:04 PM Station 24 was dispatched to the 200 block of Foster Street in the Borough for a smell of smoke in a house.  Upon arrival, Chief Wright found smoke coming from a duplex across the street and down the alley from the reported address.  Flames could be seen through the first floor windows, and a City box alarm was requested being that the actual house involved was in the City of Greensburg.  Bystanders reported that an elderly female was trapped in the 2nd floor of the building.  Truck 24 arrived within 3 minutes of initial dispatch with a crew of 6.  The truck crew split to search the 2nd floor and stretch a line to the first floor.  The 2nd floor crew reported that the 2nd floor was clear.  Upon entering the first floor, the crew located the resident on the floor just feet inside the door.  FF Mike Meyer and Lt. Justin Schell removed the victim to the porch and awaiting EMS crew from Mutual Aid.   The crew continued in and extinguished the fire.  City, SWG, and South Greensburg units operated on scene for approximately 1 hour.    

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Greensburg, PA 15601
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