2014 Incidents
  Fire EMS MVA Mis
Jan 35 64 21 3
Feb 22 54 8 4
Mar 13 63 18 10
Apr 35 55 2 12
May 21 61 3 9
Jun 16 47 7 11
Jul 27 68 11 11
Aug 11 61 5 6
Sep 8 74 7 12
Oct 9 76 8 12
Nov 0 0 0 0
Dec 0 0 0 0
Tot 197 623 90 90

Past Incidents
2014 1237
2013 1490
2012 1365
2011 1167
2010 1086
2009 955
2008 1059
2007 1017
2006 949
2005 1001
2004 995

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Working Vehicle Fire

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, June 27

At 08:10 hrs, Edinboro was alerted for a vehicle fire in the parking lot of Walmart. Engine Company 382 responded with 5. Deputy Chief 381 (Dahle) arrived on the scene and reported a small pick-up truck with a working engine compartment fire and assumed the command. Engine 382 arrived and stretched the bumper line and began extinguishment. At 08:27 hrs the fire was called under control. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Shed Fire

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, June 25

At 15:08 hrs, Edinboro along with Cranesville, Franklin Township, Waterford and Cambridge Springs were dispatched to Capp Rd for a structure fire. Engine Company 382 arrived on the scene and reported a small shed with a working fire. Captain 391 (O'Donovan) assumed the Capp Rd command. Crews were able to find the source and quickly extinguish the fire. Crews operated on scene for approx. 3 hours. This fire is under investigation by the State Police Fire Marshall. ... (Full Story)

Utility Pole Fire

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, June 12

At 13:54 hours, Edinboro was alerted for a possible transformer fire in the area of Waterford St and N Perry Ln. 38 L-1 (Dahle) arrived on the scene and reported it will be on N Perry Ln just north of Waterford St. Engine 382 responded and secured the area while Erie County 911 notified Penelec. Once the electric company arrived on the scene the pole fire was extinguished by them with the use of an extinguisher. Crews operated on scene for approx. 1.5 hours. Traffic Support 399 provided traffic ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fuel Spill on I-79

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, June 12

At 02:51 hours, Edinboro was alerted to assist McKean Hose Company with a fuel spill on I-79 at the 172 mm North Bound. Within minutes Engine Company 382 responded with 6 volunteers and 4 more members stayed back at the station standing by with Rescue/Engine 384 and more Hazmat supplies if needed. Chief 400 (Pyle) arrived on the scene and reported an active leak and assumed the I-79 command. Crews utilized socks and pads to contain the fuel already on the ground while placing a pool under the leaking ... (Full Story & Photos)

Car vs. Semi

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, June 07

At 02:25 hours, Edinboro and Medic 2 were alerted for a vehicle accident with possible entrapment on Edinboro Rd. Deputy Chief 381 (Dahle) responded and was alerted the caller believes the occupant of the vehicle is now self extricated and attempting to flee the scene. Rescue/Engine 384 and Squad 388 responded. Deputy 381 arrived on the scene and reported 2 vehicles, car vs. semi, with moderate damage and assumed the Edinboro Rd command. The occupant of the vehicle was located by the Edinboro Boro ... (Full Story & Photos)

SCBA Confidence Drill

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, June 04

For the weeks drill members went to Billings Park on Lakeside where a hose line was stretched through the wooden playground. Members worked on limited visibility navigation through various obsticals while focusing on low profile manuvers, ascending and decending stairs and various grades. This was a great drill and allowed us to get back to the basics to ensure a good foundation of fundamentals. ... (Full Story & Photos)

One Vehicle Heavy

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, June 04

At 23:11 hrs, Edinboro and Medic 2 along with Hayfield Hose Company (Crawford County) were alerted for a vehicle accident with unknown injuries or entrapment on I-79 at the 161 mile marker NB. Rescue/Engine 384, Squad 387, Squad 388 and Traffic Support 399 responded with 15 volunteers. Rescue/Engine 384 arrived on the scene and reported one vehicle off the roadway at the Center Road overpass with heavy dammage and 38-L1 (Dahle) assumed the command. Crews from 384 and 388 climbed down the embankment ... (Full Story & Photos)

Vacant House Fire in Franklin Township

May 28

On 5/28/14 at approximately 0016 hrs. the Edinboro Fire Department was alerted to assist the Franklin Township VFD with a structure fire at the intersection of Route 98 and Old State Rd. Wagon 383, Engine 382, Traffic 399 responded with 14 volunteers. Deputy Chief 381 (Dahle) arrived on scene and reported a 2 story single family, wood frame, with fire showing from side A and D and assumed command. Command also advised the structure was vacant and advised all units the fire would be Defensive Operations. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Residential Structure Fire

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, May 25

At 11:29 hrs, Edinboro along with Cranesville, Franklin Township, McKean, Waterford, Albion and Medic 2 were alerted for a residential structure fire at 5472 Wallace Dr. Engine Company 382 responded with 6 volunteers within minutes. Deputy Chief 381 (Dahle) arrived on the scene and reported a single story, single family, wood frame residential with smoke showing and assumed the Edinboro command. Engine Company 382 called for orders upon approaching the scene and was directed to take the address ... (Full Story & Photos)

Oven Fire In The First Due

Lieutenant Robert Glenn, May 03

At 0900 hrs, while returning from the accident on I-79 Edinboro was alerted for an oven fire at 219 Waterford St. Rescue Engine 384 turned around on the front pad and responded with 7. On arrival Chief 380 (Karotko) reported a 2 story wood frame single family dwelling with nothing visable from the exterior and assumed the Waterford St. command. The interior crews reported the oven fire to be extinguished by the home owner with a dry chem extinguisher and ventilation was needed. Crews set up a fan ... (Full Story & Photos)




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