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Multiple Calls Mixed with a Large Woods Fire
Wednesday, April 2, 2014 
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 
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 
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 
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

21 For the House Fire
Tuesday, January 14, 2014 
Just before 2:00pm the Truck, Engine 3, and the Assistant Chief were alerted for a house fire in Cranberry's first due. The truck was first on the road and arrived as the second due truck taking on first due truck responsibilities on the fire floor. Crews on the interior truck crew made the fire floor and found the fire for 21's engine company. The exterior truck crew secured utilities, ladder the building, and vented the roof. Lt 21-2 had command and Chief 42-2 had ops on the fire floor. Good work to the companies on scene for a quick stop and holding it to the room of origin.

More Progress on the Engine
Wednesday, January 8, 2014 
More progress of the new seagrave engine

Training in the Cold
Wednesday, January 8, 2014 
Over the past two days, Fire Star Training has been at the station and at the training houses filming fire training videos with the help of the AAFD. Members of the AAFD helped with the filming as well as the group going out for meals and running calls during their stay. Thanks for coming down and making us apart of it!

Thank You for an Exciting 2013
Wednesday, January 1, 2014 
The Adams Area Fire District would like to thank the Supervisors and Council of Adams, Mars, Seven Fields, and Valencia Boro for the continued support in 2013. With your help and guidance we have provided an amazing Emergency Service for our community. We look forward to a positive and exciting year. We would also like to thank our Mutual Aid companies and EMS services for without you our job becomes much harder. A special thanks goes out to the Residents and Businesses that support us through our Fund Drive. This is an important part of making sure we have the funds to provide our services. Your donation is important so ask your neighbors, Do you Donate? Most important we thank our families. When the alarm sounds we drop what we are doing whether it is Thanksgiving dinner, opening Christmas gifts with the kids, or just spending time together. As volunteers we took an oath the protect our community to the best of our abilities. Therefore, our families suffer so we can respond to an emergency for one of our residents. We are PROUD to be 100% VOLUNTEER. Thank You for your support.

2013 Comes To An End
Wednesday, January 1, 2014 
The Adams Area Volunteers finished the year off last night with a small oven fire in the first due. This brings the final count to 736 calls for the 2013 year. We are very excited to see what 2014 has in store for us.

Smell of Smoke Brings Out The First Alarm
Saturday, December 21, 2013 
Just prior to 1600 hours, Butler County Communication sent companies 42, 19, 21, 228, and Medic 51 to the 300 block of Warwick Drive in Seven Fields for a smell of something burning in the basement of a dwelling. Engine 42 was on the road quickly and arrived assuming first due engine company responsibilities while securing their own water supply. Tower 21 arrived next and assumed first due truck responsibilities in front of the address. Crews quickly located the source to be a bad ballast on a light and the assignment was scaled back quickly. T42, R21, E228-2, and Squad 42-2 were also on scene.

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