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Phone: (610) 485-0269
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1405 Meetinghouse Road
Boothwyn, PA 19061

History

On January 15, 1915 the organizers of Boothwyn Fire Company No. 1 held their first meeting in an old blacksmith shop located on the northeast corner of Chichester Avenue and Meetinghouse Road previously owned by Frank Sharpless. Edwin Ervin presided and held this office from 1915 to 1921.

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2021 CallsJanFebMarAprMayJuneJulyAugSepOctNovDecTotal
Fire7255837171826472570
EMS1901751731691842081651264
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Our thoughts are with the families of the 13 people who lost their lives in this fire, and with the men and woman of the Philadelphia Fire Department who operated on this incident.

Always remember to check your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms! After about 10 years, it’s time to replace the entire device. Can’t remember the last time you changed batteries? Change them.

Smoke detectors will save lives.An unspeakably tragic day in Fairmount despite a strong response from the PFD. Please keep the community and our members in your thoughts. More information: bit.ly/3HxXzxG
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Our thoughts are with the families of the 13 people who lost their lives in this fire, and with the men and woman of the Philadelphia Fire Department who operated on this incident.  Always remember to check your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms! After about 10 years, it’s time to replace the entire device. Can’t remember the last time you changed batteries? Change them.  Smoke detectors will save lives.

All runs have been logged for 2021, as you can see it was a busy year for the UCFD! We’re very thankful for the membership that we have who make these responses possible.

The Ten House is always looking for new volunteers to join our team! Please contact us today for more information, we would love to have you!
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All runs have been logged for 2021, as you can see it was a busy year for the UCFD! We’re very thankful for the membership that we have who make these responses possible.  The Ten House is always looking for new volunteers to join our team! Please contact us today for more information, we would love to have you!

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Thank you all!! Prayers for a safe 2022!

Thank you all so much for all you do for us 🇺🇸 ❤🙏

Thanks for all you do

As 2021 comes to a close, we would like to thank everyone who supported us this year! We would also like to thank all of the officers who served this year and helped the UCFD get off the ground!

Good luck to all of the new incoming Operational Officers for 2022:

Fire Chief John Thornton
Deputy Chief Rob Powers
Assistant Chief John Bannon
Captain - Steve Cooper, Jr
Captain - Robert W Repine, Jr.
Lieutenant- Bill Caroselli, Jr.
Lieutenant- Dominic Mazzoli
Training Officer - Kestin Wiemer
Safety Officer - Bill Robinson
Chief Engineer - Mike Civera

We would like to wish all of our followers and supporters a very Happy and Safe New Year!
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As 2021 comes to a close, we would like to thank everyone who supported us this year! We would also like to thank all of the officers who served this year and helped the UCFD get off the ground!  Good luck to all of the new incoming Operational Officers for 2022:  Fire Chief John Thornton
Deputy Chief Rob Powers 
Assistant Chief John Bannon
Captain - Steve Cooper, Jr
Captain - Robert W Repine, Jr.
Lieutenant- Bill Caroselli, Jr.
Lieutenant- Dominic Mazzoli
Training Officer - Kestin Wiemer
Safety Officer - Bill Robinson
Chief Engineer - Mike Civera  We would like to wish all of our followers and supporters a very Happy and Safe New Year!

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Congratulations to all!

Thank You All! 🎉

While training yet again on our acquired structure on 452 to get additional members cleared on the Tower the company was dispatched to 452 at the I-95 overpass for the Accident with Entrapment. Engine, Rescue and Squad 10 made the response and Assistant 10 arrived to find a 2 vehicle accident with negative entrapment and crews assisted the EMS (Ambulance 17,17A) and controlled hazards. ... See MoreSee Less

While training yet again on our acquired structure on 452 to get additional members cleared on the Tower the company was dispatched to 452 at the I-95 overpass for the Accident with Entrapment. Engine, Rescue and Squad 10 made the response and Assistant 10 arrived to find a 2 vehicle accident with negative entrapment and crews assisted the EMS (Ambulance 17,17A) and controlled hazards.Image attachment

Engine and Tower 10 assisted New Castle County station 13 on a residential fire. Engine 10 had the second due engine assignment while Tower 10 had the second due special assignment. 13-5 located a heater fire and placed the fire under control. ... See MoreSee Less

Engine and Tower 10 assisted New Castle County station 13 on a residential fire. Engine 10 had the second due engine assignment while Tower 10 had the second due special assignment. 13-5 located a heater fire and placed the fire under control.Image attachment
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Top 10 Responders

No. 1No. 2No. 3No. 4No. 5No. 6No. 7No. 8No. 9No. 10
Bill CaroselliBlake DorsoChris SantiagoDylan ByerleyTresten AdamsMike RobinsonRob PowersSam RudolphButch MinnerBill Robinson
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Engine 40

Squad 40

Rescue 40

Utility 40

Medic 40

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