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Welcome to Adams Area Fire District

Busy Sunday
   
Sunday, July 13, 2014 
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Sunday started off early for Engine Company 42 taking in a medical just after 0200. After a a few quiet hours, Engine 42 was up again around 0500 along with Engines 2 and 3 as well as 19 for a fire alarm activation which was deemed a malfunction. Members spent most of the daylight hours practicing for the upcoming 1006 CORE test. The day continued with another medical and alarm as the night falls and storms continue.

 
Vehicle on the Roof
   
Sunday, June 22, 2014 03:26
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Adams crews were alerted for the report of a vehicle accident with injuries. Crews and police arrived to find that the patient had self extricated and fled the scene. The patient was soon located and was transported to a local trauma center. Crews from Adams and Callery controlled traffic and assisted with clean up.

 
Rescue Requested to Assist with Technical Rescue
Friday, June 20, 2014 09:26
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Adams Area Volunteers were requested to assist at the scene of a motor vehicle accident with entrapment. Engine 228-2 arrived and found an elderly female had lost control and traveled nearly 300' over a hillside and came to rest in a small stream. Rescue 185 had already arrived prior to the Adams members and began to establish a 3:1 for patient removal. Adams crews assisted with the belay and manual haul. Units on Scene: E 228-2, S 228, R-185, C-185, R-42 and EMS 139

 
   
   
Rain Brings Back to Back Structure Assignments
   
Thursday, June 12, 2014 
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As the rain continues to fall, crews are just cleaning up from two structure assignments. Pictured below, Tower and Engine 2 were alerted to Pine Twp for a house possibly struck by lightning. Adams crews took first arriving engine and truck functions investigating with 228 Asst. in command. Crews investigated, finding nothing and returned. As crew were getting back in quarters, the alarm was struck for an air conditioning unit smoking in the first due, All three engines and the Assistant were on the road quickly arriving to nothing evident. Crews investigated and found the problem to be a bad furnace, not an air conditioning unit. Companies 19, 21, 228, and M76 were alerted also

 
WEBSITE UPDATES
Wednesday, June 11, 2014 
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Please stop back often as we will be updating the website with new features and news!!!!!

 
Building Fire Assignment
   
Sunday, June 8, 2014 
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6/7 -- Crews were alerted for a first due building fire assignment for a grill on fire on the rear porch of a multi-family dwelling. Engine 42 arrived to an extinguished fire by a quick thinking resident and checked for extension. Crews from 21, 19, and 228 were also on the assignment but returned when the incident was scaled back

 
Multiple Calls Mixed with a Large Woods Fire
   
Wednesday, April 2, 2014 
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After a quiet morning, the afternoon brought in 6 calls. Crews from Adams Area as well as multiple mutual aide companies handle 2 medicals, a crash involving a motorcycle, and 3 brush fires with one burning for almost three hours in a very large section of woods, uphill none the less. Thanks to our mutual aide companies for all the assistance!

 
The moment we have all been waiting for
   
Thursday, March 20, 2014 
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The new engine is getting closer to being in service! Its lettered and most of the equipment has been mounted as well as all the hose has been loaded. A few final things to be completed as well as some EVO training and she will be out protecting the streets of the first due and beyond. To everyone involved from the Board, Line Officers, Seagrave Fire Apparatus LLC, J. Marcoz Emergency Vehicle, Inc., Evans Graphics, everyone in between and especially the Committee, Thank you for all the time and effort you have put into this one of a kind piece

 
Almost Ready
Saturday, February 8, 2014 
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Here is the latest on the new Seagrave Engine. The group will travel to the plant on the 17th for a final inspection.

 
   
   
Looking for Something New and Exciting?
   
Sunday, February 2, 2014 
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Are you looking for a way to serve your community or looking for a new chapter in your exsisting fire service career? Come be a part or a busy all volunteer fire department located in a very upcoming area! Call or stop by the station today to get an application

 
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