Fri. Oct 13th 2017
Station 36 had the pleasure of holding a volunteer day with the Bayer pharmaceutical employeesThey helped around the fire station with some much needed maintenance to include landscaping and paintingThe membership is grateful for the support from everyone
Fri. Aug 18th 2017
So far station 36 is up 50 calls over last year at this same time!!!! Every year station 36 gains more and more calls, we are in line to do over 600+ calls for this year. We are always accepting applications for new members and if you would like to join and learn what it is all about, you can fill o...
Tue. Aug 8th 2017
Tonight the members worked with both ladder trucks and crews competed in friendly competition to see what crew could get all of their ground ladders deployed and there aerial setup and in the air
Sat. Jul 22nd 2017
Station 36 assisted with a standby in Freeport with both ladder trucks for the fireworks put on for the international baseball gamesOther stations assisting includeFreeport 70 South Buffalo 220 Allegheny Twp 99 and Harrison Hills 169
Sun. Jan 1st 2017
Chief: Bill GeorgeAsst Chief: Mike GeorgeCaptain: Randy Richter1st Lieutenant: Tyler Hill2nd Lieutenant: Dan Close President: Mike GeorgeVice President: Randy RichterTreasurer: Bill GeorgeSecretary: Jamie Rutkowski Relief President: Randy RichterRelief VP: Steve MagocRelief Treasurer:...
Wed. Oct 25th 2017
Station 27,36,15,46 were alerted to Freeport High School.for an Automatic Fire Alarm. T-36 went enroute very shortly after dispatch. T-36 was first to arrive on scene and establish command. 36 Crew was met at the front door by the evening Maintenance dept. Maint. thought it to be a panel m...
Tue. Oct 24th 2017
Station 36 was alerted for an MVC in the area of 646 Ekastown RdRescue 36 was first on scene chief 36-2 established command and reported 1 vehicle on its roof with no entrapment 1 patent with minor injuries. Ekastown Rd was shut down for a short period of time and traffic was diverted around th...
Thu. Oct 19th 2017
Station 280 in Allegheny County requested T-36 to standby for Tarentum borough while they operated at the scene of a fire in the city of New Kensington. Immediately after being released from 280, 36 was dispatched for an automatic alarm in Buffalo Township.
Fri. Jun 2nd 2017
Station 36 was alerted for an MVC in our 1st due area.Rescue 36 responded once on scene 2 vehicles were involved with no entrapment.36 ensured both vehicles were safe and worked to clear the roadway of derbies.Other units on scene station 27 and Freeport Ems
Thu. May 11th 2017
Yesterday afternoon station 36 was alerted for a structure fire in FreeportTruck 36-2 responded and assisted with fire attack and overhaul, as well as laddering the building.Other units on location include Freeport 70, Harrison Hills 169, South Buffalo 220, Allegheny Township 99, Buffalo 27, Eureka ...