Friday, November 4th, 2022
24 Truck assisted South Greensburg last night on a house fire. The first alarm was activated last night just before midnight for an attic fire. The Truck arrived as the 2nd unit behind 32 Engine and w...
Monday, October 31st, 2022
A Busy day for the department. This afternoon around 1:30, one of our members out for a walk from the firehouse discovered smoke coming from a house on Green Street. The member ran back to the sta...
Thursday, February 10th, 2022
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...
Saturday, January 15th, 2022
Truck 24 assisted Youngwood with a house fire on S 7th street in Youngwood Borough. 10 members operated on scene for approximately 3 hours battling the fire and the cold temperatures.
Monday, April 10th, 2023
Tonight, at the Greensburg Council Meeting, FF Tony Hunter was honored by City of Greensburg Mayor Rob Bell and Fire Chief Tom Bell with a proclamation and Life Safety Award for his involvement of the...
Cash drawings every 5 minutes, $35,000.00 in cash prizes, $10,000.00 Grand Prize. If this sounds good to you, we have the ticket for you! Tickets can be purchased at the Fire Station, the Latrobe P...
Tuesday, January 3rd, 2023
Tickets for the 2022 Fall Gun Bash are now available and on sale. The Gun Bash will be held at the Fire Station on Sunday, November 6. Tickets are $25.00, and can be bought from any fire department ...
Thursday, November 10th, 2022
When Seth Parsley, 19, isn’t fighting fires as a Southwest Greensburg Fire Department volunteer firefighter, he’s training to serve his country in the U.S. Army.“Ever since I was lit...
Call history
Thursday, March 25th, 2010
Station 24 was activated for a reported porch fire at a residence on Sidney Street in the Borough. Engine 24-2 arrived first due and reported a working fire on side A of a single family residence, Captain Hallam established Sidney Street command.
Monday, January 18th, 2010
Engine 24-2, Engine 24-1, and Squad 24 responded to the 300 block of N Fifth Street in Youngwood for a chimney fire. Engine 24-2 had side A with Tower 26 and Engine 24-1 stood by to make a reverse lay to a hydrant if needed.
Sunday, January 17th, 2010
Engine 24-2 arrived first due to an odor of something burning on Vermont Ave, in Carbon (assisting Station 23). The basement of the residence had flooded causing the furnace to malfunction. Engine 2's crew assisted station 23's crew with setting up sump pumps to pump out the water.
Thursday, January 14th, 2010
Station 24 and the first alarm was activated for an Automatic Fire Alarm at 612 Green Street. Engine 24-2 arrived and Deputy Chief Wright had Green St Command. Units could not access the apartment at first, but eventually had a resident let the crew inside.
Friday, January 8th, 2010
Engine 24-1 responded to an Automatic Fire Alarm at an apartment building on the 500 block of Foster Street in the Borough. The resident burned food and there was no fire or ventilation needed. Engine 1 operated for 17 minutes with a crew of 8.
Friday, January 8th, 2010
Station 24 responded to Route 30 west bound at the end of the Walworth bridge for a reported crash. Engine 24-1 responded and found a crash with no injuries. Engine crew directed traffic until PSP took over the scene.
Thursday, January 7th, 2010
Station 24 received 2 street box activations at the same time for box 2231 at the Southwest Commons and box 2237 for the Truxel Pre School. Engine 1 and Engine 2 split and responded to both calls and found there was no activation at Southwest Commons.
Wednesday, January 6th, 2010
Engine 24-1 responded to Station 104 (Fort Allen) to standby for them while they operated at a garage fire in their district. Engine 24-1 covered for 2 hours.
Tuesday, January 5th, 2010
Station 24 and the first alarm was activated for a residence on Oakland Ave for a reported odor of natural gas in the residence. Chief Milliron had the Oakland Ave command and Engine 24-1 and Engine 24-2 both responded.
Monday, January 4th, 2010
Engine 24-2 responded to the City of Greensburg to assist with reported smoke in an apartment. Units on scene found a small fire in the apartment. Engine 24-2 laid 400 feet of 4 inch supply line into greensburg Engine 7 and the crew assisted at the scene.
Wednesday, November 4th, 2009
Engine 24-2 responded to the 800 block of South Main St for an Automatic Fire Alarm. Engine 24-2 arrived with Captain Wright with the South Main St Command, and found an occupant had just took a shower, and steam set off the smoke detector.
Monday, November 2nd, 2009
Engine 24-1 responded to the area of the Borough police station for an odor of natural gas in the area. The engine crew investigated and found nothing.
Monday, October 26th, 2009
Station 24 was dispatched to a residence on Weaver Street for an AED assist. Engine 24-1 was advised enroute that the EMS crew could not gain entrance to the residence. The crew off the Engine forced the door to gain entry.
Saturday, October 24th, 2009
The first alarm was activated for 407 Chestnut Street in the Borough for an automatic fire alarm. Assistant 24 arrived and established Chestnut Street Command. Investigation found that a bug bomb set off the alarm.
Wednesday, October 21st, 2009
Station 24 responded to 805 Kemp St at the Apartments in the Borough for an AED assist. The male patient was found DOA, and units cleared the scene turning it over to Mutual Aid Ambulance personnel.
Monday, October 12th, 2009
Station 24 received the Automatic Fire Alarm for a residence on the 500 block of Sidney Street. Engine 24-1 arrived and found that the resident had fell asleep with a pan of grease still on the stove. Engine 1 crew ventilated the apartment and reset the fire alarm system. Engine 24-1 on scene for...
Saturday, October 10th, 2009
Station 24 was dispatched to the Westmoreland County Blind Association at 911 S Main Street for and Automatic Fire Alarm. Chief Milliron arrived and established S Main St Command. Crews from Engines 24-1 & 2, as well as 32 (South Greensburg) investigated and found a faulty smoke detector activ...
Thursday, October 8th, 2009
Station 24 was dispatched to the Foster Court Apartments at 420 Foster Street for a stove fire. Chief Milliron arrived on scene and had the Foster St Command. The fire was out upon fire department arrival, and crews from Engine 24-1 and Engine 24-2 ventilated the apartment.
Thursday, October 1st, 2009
Engine 24-1 responded to the 900 Block of Green St for a resident locked out of their residence. The crew assisted the homeowner in getting back into her house. Engine 24-1 was on scene for 40 minutes.
Friday, September 25th, 2009
Station 24 was dispatched to Parkwood for a male patient unconscious. 24 units arrived on scene to find a male down in the parking lot (being tended to by Chief Lakin of South Greensburg Fire Department).

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