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Engine 73-5 Operates on a 5 Alarm Fire in Oxford

Ludwigs Corner Fire Company , September 16

On 9/14/23 around 1:00 A.M., Station 73 was dispatched for Engine 73-5 to relocate to Station 27 (Cochranville) while they assisted Station 21 (Oxford) on a 5 alarm building fire. Engine 73-5 responded and was redirected by Chester County Fire Board to go to Station 21 for the relocate. Around 4:00 A.M., Engine 73-5 was dispatched as part of a tanker task force for the 5 alarm fire. Engine 73-5 operated ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ludwigs Corner Fire Company, August 13

At 6:44 a.m., LCFC, along with Glen Moore Fire Company, Lionville Fire Company, and Uwchlan Ambulance were dispatched to the unit block of East Indian Springs Drive in Upper Uwchlan Township for a reported residential fire. Initial reports from the caller stated there was smoke pouring from the top of an attached garage.

Officers from Upper Uwchlan PD arrived on scene first and reported a working ... (Full Story & Photos)

End of an Era

Chief Ross Trego, June 25

Today is an end of an era at Ludwigs Corner. Today (6/25/23) at 12:00 p.m., Chief Engineer Freese put Tanker 73 Out of Service for the last time! For the last 43 years, Tanker 73 has been incredibly dependable and strong in serving our community. Over those 43 years, Tanker 73 hauled thousands of gallons of water for emergency scenes and for pool fills (back when we did them). Tanker 73 has been ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ludwig’s Corner Fire Company , June 22

On Wednesday afternoon around 5:00 P.M., LCFC volunteers along with Uwchlan Ambulance were dispatched to the 2000 block of Horseshoe Trail for an auto accident. Assistant 73 responded and was advised of an overturned vehicle and the sole occupant was out of the vehicle. Assistant 73 arrived and confirmed the report. Engine 73-1, Traffic 73, Deputy 73 and QRS 73 were all on scene for approximately ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 73-5 update

Ludwigs Corner Fire Company, June 11

This past Thursday, members traveled to Sutphen to take a look at our new pumper tanker and see how its progressing through the manufacturing process. 73-5 is making good progress and now has the pump mounted to the chassis. The body is built and painted and the tank is ready to be installed. The new pumper tanker is due in Ludwigs Corner the end of July. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ludwigs Corner Fire Company, June 10

LCFC Volunteers, along with volunteers from Glenmoore and Wagontown Fire Companies, traveled to Chester County Public Safety Training Campus to learn about more about flashovers. After a classroom session, everyone went out to do the live fire portion. For the live fire portion of this class, the volunteers utilized the flashover simulator which allowed the crews to see a flashover first hand. This ... (Full Story & Photos)

Monday Night Burn Drill with Station 48

Ludwigs Corner Fire Company, June 05

LCFC Volunteers traveled to the Chester County Public Safety Training Campus for live fire evolutions. LCFC strives to have great working relationships with our mutual aid companies, so we invited Glenmoore Fire Company volunteers to train with us as well. Crews trained in hose line management, search and rescue and securing a water supply. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ludwigs Corner Fire Company, April 24

Monday night’s training consisted of LCFC Volunteers training on our air bag systems. For the training evolution, crews simulated a victim trapped under a box van. Crews successfully deployed and operated the air bag system to lift a box van off of a patient. Disclaimer, the victim used in this scenario was a training prop! ... (Full Story & Photos)


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