225EN and 227R were alerted around 2:30am for a vehicle accident, vehicle reported to be on its roof with entrapment. 225EN and 225 Asst. arrived finding a single Vehicle on its roof with the drive self extricated down in the roadway. Medic 380 assumed patient care and assignment was held to 225EN. Crews stood by until the vehicle was up righted and did some fluid containment and Debris clean up.
Command: 225 Chief (McMeekin)
Units:225EN,225 Asst.,Medic 380,PHPD
225,222 & 223 were alerted for a 2 Vehicle Accident Early Wednesday morning reporting 1 mini van reported on it roof with 1 patient trapped. 222 Rescue and 225 Engine arrived finding 1 mini van on it side with 1 patient still in the vehicle. Crew stabilized the Vehicle and Removed the windshield to access the patient. Patient was packaged and transported to a local trauma center by EMS. 2 Other patients from the second vehicle we evaluated by EMS.
Command: 222 LT. (Fitzhenry)
Station 225 and Rescue 227 were alerted for a report of a Vehicle into a Structure at Penn Hills Rental on Frankstown Rd. 225 Engine Arrived with 225 Asst. establishing command with a single vehicle into the structure with moderate structural damage, and electrical hazards due to the building service being wrapped around the vehicle.Driver self extricated prior to arrival of emergency crews. Crews secured the gas meter and notified the utility company. After the power was secured and disconnected at the pole the car was removed from the building and units picked up and returned after being on scene for about 1hour.
Command: 225 Asst. (Stadelman)
225 was called in for the 2nd Alarm for a Working Commercial Structure fire in Oakmont. Crews Assisted with extinguishment and RIT assignment for over 4 hours before being released and returning in service.
Command: 216 Asst. (Zangrille)
221 Engine & 225 Engine were alerted for a Reported Dumpster on Fire. Units Arrived finding a Dumpster well off. Stretched a single Attack line from 221 Squad and extinguished the fire. Cause of the fire was unknown.
Command: 221 Asst. (Kuhn)
Station 225 was called to the 2700 Block of Robinson Blvd. for a reported vehicle fire. 225 station reported smoke visible from the station. 225 EN went in service and called out on scene seconds later with a working Vehicle fire. Crews Pulled the 1.5″ attack line from the bumper and extinguished the fire. Units returned about 30min later.
Command: 225 Chief (McMeekin Sr.)
Units: 225EN, 225TK
Enigine 225, Rescue 227,222 were called to the Dairy Queen for a Report a Vehicle Into the Building, Unknown entrapment, 225 Engine arrived with 225 Asst. Establishing Command finding a full size pickup truck with a landscaping trailer deep into the building.with broken gas lines in the structure, and a large amount of gas in the building, Engine crew immediately secured the gas meter and utilities and set up ventilation while another crew worked on clearing the incident of patients. 4 people in the vehicle self extricated thru the rear window and 2 employees were assisted out of the structure thru a rear entrance and a window. Ems transported 5 Patients including workers from the Dairy Queen all with Non life threatening injuries. Incident was held with 225EN and 227RQ. Units remained on scene until the Vehicle was removed. Once removed McMeekin Construction Stabilized and boarded up the effected areas of the structure.
Command: 225 Asst. Chief (Stadelman)
225 Engine and 227 Rescue were alerted to Frankstown Rd. and Coal Hallow for the Report of a 2 Car Crash with reports of 9 Patients laying in the Roadway. 227 Rescue arrived with 225 Engine just after finding 2 Vehicles Moderate front end damage with Multiple patients. Mutual aid ambulances were called in for addition transport units. No entrapment of patients. Crews assisted packaging patients and assisted EMS as well as Fluid and Debris clean up. total of 8 patients transported.
Command:227 Chief (Jeffcoat)
221 & 225 were alerted just after midnight Sunday for a Vehicle Fire. 221SQ and 225 EN arrived finding a vehicle fully involved. used a 1 1/2″ line from the bumper of 221 to extinguish. units returned about 30min later.
Command: 221 Chief (Snyder)
Units: 221 SQ,225EN
Stations 227,225,223,222 and 196R were alerted for a Residential Structure Fire. 227EN arrived with Fire Showing from the 1st Floor. 222EN took the Plug Laying into 227EN. 225TK set up for the roof and was Assigned VES operations. The fire was placed under control in about 25 min. ACFM is investigating the cause of the Fire.
Command: 227 Asst. (Davis)
Units: 227EN,225TK,222EN,196R,PH EMS,ACFM.