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No Caption Early Morning House Fire

Ludwigs Corner Fire Company , January 10

Around 2:00 A.M., LCFC, along with Station 62 (Ridge), 61 (Kimberton), 47 (Lionville), and 87 (Uwchlan Ambulance) were dispatched to the 2000 block of Horseshoe Trail in West Vincent for a reported house fire. Assistant 73 and Chief 73 went enroute shortly after dispatch and were advised by the county that it was reported as a living room on fire. Assistant 73 arrived first with the Chief right behind ... (Full Story & Photos)

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2022 LCFC Fire and Administrative Officers

Chief Ross Trego, December 13

LCFC 2022 Fire Officers

Chief: Ross Trego
Deputy: Jeff Kimes
Assistant: Matt Davison
Battalion: Dick Guth
Lieutenant A: Stevie Senn
Lieutenant B: Kevin Tski
Safety Officer: Marty Blumenthal
Qrs Coordinator: Jeff Patrick
Chief Engineer: Kevin Freese
Fire Police Capt: Jeff Kimes
Fire Police Lieutenant: Dick Hahn

LCFC Administrative Officers:

President: Paul Mattes
Vice President: Kevin Tski
Recording ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption LCFC Signs for the new Engine 73-5!

Chief Ross Trego, November 30

BREAKING NEWS!!!!!

LCFC is proud to announce that this evening we signed the contract for our 2023 Sutphen Pumper Tanker. This unit will be designated as Engine 73-5. 73-5 will have a 2,000 gpm pump, 3,500 gallons of water, and 30 gallon foam tank. It will have 1,000 feet of 5 inch supply line, 600 feet of 3 inch supply line and multiple handlines. Engine 73-5 will replace our current 1981 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Santa is coming to town!

Chief Ross Trego, November 26

Chief Trego has received word from Santa that he will be in our area December 18 for his trip around the area. Like usual he will leave the firehouse at 9am and have a short lunch break before returning out to see everyone! Santa and our LCFC Volunteers look forward to seeing everyone then!... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ludwigs Corner Fire Company, November 07

At 3:36 p.m., Station 73 was dispatched to the intersection of Route 100 and Milford Road for a vehicle fire. Initial reports indicated flames coming from the engine compartment of a Hyundai Santa Fe. Upper Uwchlan Police Department arrived on-scene first and reported that the engine compartment was well involved. Assistant 73 was the first unit from LCFC to arrive and confirmed the report. Engine ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Accident With Entrapment On Rt.401

Ludwigs Corner Fire Company , October 13

On Tuesday, October 5th, around 8:45 A.M., LCFC along with Uwchlan Ambulance were dispatched to the 3000 block of Conestoga Road for an auto accident with unknown injuries. A few seconds after the initial dispatch the radio room received additional information that there were two vehicles involved with one patient possibly trapped. The incident was instantly upgraded to an ALS accident with entrapment. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Accident With Fire on Rt. 401

Ludwigs Corner Fire Company, October 10

On October 10 at 4:31 p.m., Station 73 along with Station 89 (Elverson-Honey Brook Area EMS) were dispatched to the area of Route 401 and Moores Road for an auto accident. The initial report indicated that two vehicles were involved with flames coming from the one vehicle. Chief 73 was the first to arrive on-scene and established Route 401 Command. Chief 73 advised the county that he had a two vehicle ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Tanker Assist on Haybale Fire

Ludwigs Corner Fire Company, September 06

On Labor Day, Tanker 73 was dispatched to assist Norco Fire Company (Station 64) with a large haybale fire. Due to the extent of the fire and the amount of water that was needed to fully extinguish the fire, tankers were brought in from three different counties to assist with this incident. All in all, Tanker 73 operated on-scene for approximately two hours and hauled 8 loads of water (this equates ... (Full Story & Photos)

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