Truck 24 assisted City companies today with a house fire on Harrison Ave. Initial arriving crews found an advanced fire in the rear of the house extending to a 2nd house. Truck crew assisted on scen...
Last evening at 7:58 PM, The Truck and Rescue Pumper were dispatched to Farmington Place in Hempfield Twp for a possible house fire. Captain 29 arrived and reported a working fire. Truck 24 arrived ...
Congratulations to FF Josh DiCriscio and FF Brian Cunningham who received notification that they have successfully completed the Driver/Operator Pumper professional certification process. This is a ma...
Congratulations to FF Bill Young who received notification that he has successfully completed the Driver/Operator Pumper professional certification process. This is a mandatory requirement of all of ...
At 14:45 the station was activated for a fire alarm on Division Street in the Ludwick section of the City at the Nowalk Apts. Shortly after being activated Command 79 (Greensburg) canceled all outside units.
At 23:42 the station was activated for a fire alarm on Garden Street in the Carbon Section of the township for US Food Service. Shortly after the station acknowledged the call Command 23 (Carbon) held all units in quarters.
At 07:01 the station was activated for a fire alarm at the Westmoreland County Courthouse on North Main Street, just after acknowledging the call courthouse security reported they had a power outage which may of tripped the alarm.
At 1934 the station was activated to assist Station 26 (Youngwood) with a report of flames coming from the roof of the Youngwood Hotel. Engine 24-2 went en-route with a crew of 5, while en-route Chief 26 arrived finding nothing showing from any of the buildings in the area.
At 17:25 the station was activated to assist EMS with a possible hanging on Sidney Street, Engine 24-1 arrived with a crew of 5 finding a male patient DOA, the crew remained on-scene to assist EMS and the Westmoreland County Coroner's Office.
At 19:59 the station was activated to assist Mutual Aid EMS as an A.E.D. Response for a female unresponsive at a residence on the 200 block of Foster Street. Chief 24 arrived at the same time as Sergeant Brant of the Southwest Greensburg Police Dept and found the patient was awake and breathing.
At 13:01 the station was activated for a fire alarm on Garden Street at US Food Service in the Carbon District of the township. Engine 24-2 arrived second due behind Engine 79-3 (Greensburg) and both found nothing showing, Engine 79-3 took the main entrance and Engine 24-2 took the loading dock are...
At 18:20 the station was activated to assist station 32 (South Greensburg) on Broad Street in their borough with a possible freon leak. Chief 32 arrived on scene and requested all units hold in station.
At 15:09 the station was activated for an unknown chemical smell in a residence on South Hamilton Ave in the City of Greensburg, the station acknowledged the call and command 79 requested all outside companies cancel.
At 11:31 the station was activated for a motor vehicle accident on Route 30 Eastbound just before the West Newton Street off ramp. Engine 24-1 arrived on-scene with a crew of 4 finding a motorcycle on the hillside and a female patient laying on the side of the road.
At 20:37 the station was activated to assist Mutual Aid EMS at 1040 South Main Street with extrication of a patient from a residence. Engine 24-1 arrived with a crew of 4 and found that EMS needed assistance getting the patient up a steep hill in the back yard to get the patient to the ambulance.
At 20:17 the station was activated for a C.O. Alarm going off in a residence with no patients. Engine 24-1 arrived with a crew of 6, Lt Schell and Sgt Dancho entered the residence to find C.O. readings of 18ppm.
At 17:08 the station was activated to assist the police department at Burger King on South Main Street with a bus that got stuck going through the drive thru. Upon arrival of Engine 24-1 the crew found the drivers side of the bus to be wedged underneath of the overhang to the drive up window.