EAST ALLEN TOWNSHIP

VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY STATION NO. 46

 

 

 

 

 

East Allen Township Volunteer Fire Department - 5354 Nor-Bath Blvd. - Northampton, PA 18067

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2014 Run Stats

Jan. 27
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Total 27

 

2013 Run Stats

Jan. 14
Feb. 16
Mar. 12
Apr. 14
May 28
June 14
July 23
Aug. 16
Sept. 24
Oct. 23
Nov. 13
Dec. 16
Total 223

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Past Run Stats

2012 251
2011 304
2010 231
2009 262
2008 296
2007 260
2006 209
2005 251

 

 

 

 

 

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Dwelling Fire assisted Upper Nazareth Twp.

Monday, March. 4, 2014, - At 20:31 hours, EAFD was dispatched as part of a 1st alarm assignment and Tanker Task Force wih Fire 54 (Upper Nazareth Twp) for a dwelling fire. Engine 4611, Tower 4621 and Tender 4631 arrived on scene together. Crews from Engine 4611 and Tower 4621 staged at the manpower pool. Engine 4611 also set up a drafting operation at the entrance to the development. Units remained on scene for approx. two hours.

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MVA on Howertown Rd.

Saturday, March. 1, 2014, - At 08:34 hours, EAFD was dispatched with Fire 45 (Allen Twp.) to report of MVA, vehicle into building. There were no serious injuries and no entrapment. The structure sustained some minor structural damage and was evacuated as a precaution. The incident cleared in approx. one hour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please clear out your Fire Hydrants

The firefighters from East Allen have been busy shoveling out firehydrants for the past few days. Take a look at the before and after pictures below. On the left the hydrant is completely burried rendering it useless in an emergency. Please help make your neighborhood safer by clearing snow and ice from around hydrants. It may be too late to do this when there is a fire emergency. Thank you.

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MVA on Rt. 248

Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013, - At 10:45 hours, EAFD was dispatched to an MVA with injuries. Fire Chief 4651arrived on scene and took command. He reported a one vehicle accident with a pole sheared off. Rescue 4641 responded with a full crew and assisted an EMS 49 Medic unit. QRV4642 also responded.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Command: Fire Deputy Chief 4653

Units: Rescue 4641 and QRV 4642

Mutual Aid: PSP, EMS 46 and Medic 49

 

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