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2021 incidents
Fire 239
QRS 328
Total 567

2020 incidents
Fire 230
QRS 338
Total 568

2022 incidents
Jan 57
Feb 55
Mar 52
Apr 42
May 41
Total 247

Call By Type 2022
Fire 110
QRS 137

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2023 Officers

Ludwig’s Corner Fire Company , December 16

LCFC is happy to announce our 2023 administrative and fire officers.

President: Paul Mattes
Vice President: Kevin Tryniszewski
Treasurer: Cheryl Freese
Financial Secretary: Amanda Keesey
Recording Secretary: Jane Clark
Membership Secretary: Heather Senn
Board members:
Gary Holowis
Melissa Freese
Tommy Crockett
Brad Casto
Harold Trego
Kevin Freese

Fire Chief: Ross Trego
Deputy Chief: ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ludwig’s Corner Fire Company , December 10

On Friday, December 9th, at approximately 9:00 A.M. LCFC along with Uwchlan ambulance were dispatched to the intersection of Fairview Rd & Font Rd for an auto accident with fire. QRS 73 and Deputy 73 went enroute simultaneously with QRS 73 arriving first and confirming 1 vehicle with fire showing in the engine compartment. Due to some quick thinking from bystanders, the sole occupant of the vehicle ... (Full Story & Photos)

House Fire Assist in Warwick Township

Ludwigs Corner Fire Company , December 04

At 3:41 p.m., LCFC Volunteers were dispatched to the 2400 block of Jones Road to assist Station 64 on a working house fire. Rescue 73 and Tanker 73 made the response. Tanker 73 supplied the fire scene before returning. Rescue 73‘s crew filled cylinders and assisted in overhaul before returning to the station 2.5 hours later. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Ross Trego, December 03

LCFC is proud to announce we have another state certified firefighter amongst our crew! Firefighter David Cook has successfully completed Chester County’s Fire Training Fire 1 program and waiting the results of his national testing. Fire 1 is 188 hours of
classroom and hands-on training. Candidates learn everything from intro to the fire service, building construction, hose line advancement, types ... (Full Story & Photos)

Santa is coming to town!

LCFC , November 26

Chief Trego has received word from Santa that he will be in our area December 17th for his trip around the area. Like usual he will leave the firehouse at 9 A.M. and have a short lunch break before returning out to see everyone! Santa and our LCFC Volunteers look forward to seeing everyone then!

Please keep an eye on the Facebook page and website for updates regarding the Santa stops!
... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ludwigs Corner Fire Company, November 23

At 10:08 a.m. on November 23, LCFC Volunteers were dispatched to the unit block of Buck Drive in Upper Uwchlan Township for a lawnmower on fire. 73-54 arrived on-scene and advised that he had a lawnmower well-off in the driveway with extension into the woods. Deputy 73, Engine 73-1, and Engine 73-2 all made the response. Upon arrival of the engine, crews stretched the bumper line and made a quick ... (Full Story & Photos)

Barn Fire in Warwick Township

Ludwigs Corner Fire Company, November 18

On November 18 at 9:33 p.m., Station 69 and various mutual aid agencies were dispatched to the 2500 block of Ridge Road in Warwick Township for a reported structure fire. Engine 69-1 arrived on location to find a large barn with fire through the roof. As part of the working fire dispatch and first alarm tanker task force, Rescue 73 and Tanker 73 were added to the box assignment. Rescue 73 responded ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ludwigs Corner Fire Company, November 12

At 10:10 p.m. on November 10th, LCFC volunteers were dispatched to Phillips Brothers Electric for multiple crane trucks on fire. QRS 73 arrived minutes after dispatch and confirmed the report of 3 crane trucks well off, approximately 10 feet from the building. Deputy Kimes upgraded the assignment to a building fire, bringing mutual aid from Lionville, Glen Moore, East Brandywine and Ridge Fire Companies. ... (Full Story & Photos)


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