Station 36 was dispatched around 20:50 for a MVA with fire at the Route 28 South bound off ramp following a Police Pursuit on 28SB. E36 went enroute within a few minutes of dispatch followed by R36 ab...
We at the Sarver Fire Dept would like to congratulate Chief Mike George on his achievement of life membership. This is earned by service of 20+ years to the department. Mike not only put in 20 years, ...
Over the last couple nights members from multiple depts participated in a structure burn class and today was finally burn day for the students. We want to thank Bill George and Mike George for teachin...
Station 36 would like to congratulate member and 1st Lieutenant Randy Richter on completing the NFPA 1001 Firefighter 2 pro bard test.Also Member Zack Hartman on completing his NFPA 1001 Firefighter 1...
Station 36 was alerted for 647 calls in 2018. Up 63 calls from 2017. We had 100 total in house training hours and 177 of state certified training hours. Total personnel standby/on call times at statio...
Stations 27,36,15,46, & 45 EMS were alerted for a garage fire at 327 Kepple Rd. in Buffalo Township. 36 units went En Route with 2 full crews on T36 & T36-2 within one minute of dispatch. About halfway to the scene Butler control updated 36 units that the garage was next to a residence and g...
In the early morning hours on Sunday, Stations 36, 27, and Freeport (70) Ambulance were dispatched to Parker Road across from the Christmas Tree Farm for a vehicle rolled into the woods. Buffalo Police arrived on scene and provided an update that they were unable to access the vehicle to check for ...
At about 14:00 hours Saturday afternoon, Stations 36, 27, and 45 Ambulance were dispatched for a field fire at 164 Hepler Road. Minutes after dispatch, Butler Control gave an update of a barn being in danger with its close vicinity to the fire.
At around 3:00 early Saturday morning, Stations 27, 36, and 70 EMS were dispatched for a vehicle accident on Rt. 28 southbound. Initial reports had a vehicle rolled over with one patient who was unconscious.
At 0946 pm stations 27, 36, 15 and 46 were alerted for a chimney fire at 106 Wonderly DR with chief 27 on scene. Truck 36 went in route with a crew of 5 upon arrival truck 36 was told to set up and assist members from 27 with clearing the chimney.
At 20:50 Wednesday night, Stations 36, 27, 70 EMS, and 45 EMS were dispatched for a vehicle accident with injuries. As Rescue 36 and Engine 27 went in route, dispatch updated crews that there was entrapment.
Stations 15 and 36 were alerted for a working structure fire at 580 Lardintown Rd Clinton Twp. T36-2 went enroute and upon arrival on the scene was directed to go to the roof and make a plunge cut for ventalation.
At 15:00 hours on Saturday, Stations 36, 27, 15, and Freeport (70) Ambulance were dispatched to 523 Parker Rd. for a shed on fire. Engine 36 instantly went in route and arrived on scene to find a fully involved shed fire with a lawn mower inside.
Stations 36, 27,15, & 46 were alerted for a barn on fire at 313 Monroe Rd. With Chief 27 first on scene he gave a size up of large barn fully involved. Soon later E-27 and T36-2 arrived on scene and started aerial and ground operations.
Stations 36 & 27 were dispatched for a MVA into a guide rail with the vehicle on fire. The caller stated that it was near the Pool place & Bus Garage near the county line. R-36 and B-36 went enroute immediately after dispatch.
At 5:57 am stations 27, 36, 15, & 45EMS were alerted for a structure fire in an outside wood burning oven. Engine 27 went en route in minutes with Truck 36-2 soon after. Engine 27 was first on scene to find a large homemade oven near a motorhome and a pavilion.
Right before 17:00 Saturday afternoon, Stations 36, 27, and 45 Ambulance were dispatched to the intersection of Fleming Rd. and Ekastown Rd. for a vehicle on fire. Engine 27 arrived first to find a fully involved Ford Taurus with the occupants out safely.
At approximately 18:40 stations 36, 27, & 70 EMS were alerted for a vehicle accident on Butler Rd near the county line. With multiple locations being called in to 911 all ranging from the Allegheny Twp.
At around 23:45 Sunday night, Stations 36, 27, and Freeport Ambulance (70) were dispatched to 220 Ekastown Rd. for a vehicle accident with an unconcious male occupant and a natural gas leak near the vehicle.
At 15:18 Saturday afternoon stations 36, 27, & 70EMS were alerted for a vehicle accident with injuries on Ekastown Rd. near Hranica's Garage. Reports were with injuries and vehicle overturned. 45EMS was also called to complete an ALS crew for 70.
Stations 36 & 27 were dispatched for a vehicle fire on the route 28 north bound offramp at 356. E-36 went enroute within miniutes. Moments later, dispatch updated that the gas tank in the vehicle was full.
At 21:32 Stations 36 & 27 were alerted for a structure fire in Clinton Township. With crews in station, apparatus went en route within minutes. T-36-2 went with a full crew. Minutes later E-36 went en route.
At around 18:00 hours Stations 27, 36, and Saxonburg 45 EMS were alerted for a Brush Fire on Coal Hollow road about a quarter mile from Ekastown Rd. With multiple brush units on scene the fire was quickly knocked down and controlled.
At approximately 7:20 stations 36, 27, and 70 were dispatched for a vehicle accident on Ekastown Rd. near Roenigks bus garage. First on scene was R-36 with Captain 36 assuming Ekastown Rd command. Upon arrival the driver was self extricated from the vehicle.
Stations 36, 27, and 70 EMS were alerted for a vehicle accident on Ekastown Rd, a vehicle into a pole with unknown injuries. Rescue 36 went en-route with a full crew and once on scene C36-2 established Ekastown Road command.