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House Fire, Pedestrian Struck in Fire Log

Find out what your fire company responded to last week.

Springfield Fire Co. No. 44 is busy responding to alarms, working fires and motor vehicle accidents. The following is a list of activity for the past week.

SPRINGFIELD FIRE REPORT
Springfield Fire Co. No. 44
Compiled by Fire Chief Robert J. Woolson

  • 01-29 300 Blk. Wayne Ave.-House Fire
  • 01-29 300 Blk. Wyndmoor Rd.-Carbon Monoxide Detector Activation
  • 01-29 200 Blk. Colonial Park Dr.-Natural Gas Leak Inside
  • 01-29 400 Blk. Baltimore Pk.-Fire Alarm
  • 01-29 1200 Blk. E. Woodland Ave.-Water Flow Alarm W/Hazardous Condition
  • 01-29 BJ’S-Fire Alarm
  • 01-30 1200 Blk. E. Woodland Ave.-Hazardous Condition
  • 01-30 State & Buttonwood-MVA W/Entrapment
  • 01-30 100 Blk. S. Highland Rd.-Fire Alarm
  • 01-30 Swarthmore-Assist Residential Rescue
  • 01-31 Sproul & Thomson-Transformer On Fire
  • 01-31 500 Blk. Maddock Rd.-Wires On Fire
  • 01-31 Broomall-Assist House Fire
  • 02-01 300 Blk. Baltimore Pk.-Pedestrian Struck By Vehicle
  • 02-03 500 Blk. Glendale Circle-Assist Ambulance & Medics

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