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2014 Incidents
Jan 48
Feb 39
Mar 43
Apr 27
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 157

Past Incidents
2013 424
2012 405
2011 440
2010 498
2009 460
2008 490

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Murrysville Volunteer Fire Company is a 100% volunteer organization.

Since 1927, the dedicated and courageous men and women of Murrysville Volunteer Fire Company have each donated hundreds of hours each year to keep citizens, businesses and visitors safe. Much has changed since man drawn carts were on the streets of our town, but the one thing that hasn't changed is our members' commitment to service above all else.

Over the years, our citizens and elected leaders have remained committed to making sure our trucks and capabilities are "state of the art." Thus, your firefighters are more versatile than ever as we spend as much time responding to other emergencies as fire calls. Those other emergencies that we respond to and prepare for are vehicle accidents and extrications, natural disasters, and specialized rescue calls like trench, hazardous materials, confined space, and rope rescue calls.

We invite you and your family to learn more about the Murrysville Volunteer Fire Company #1 and the services we provide. We also invite you to consider donating your time by joining the company as an active or support member.  Monetary donations are equally important to keep the station running at an optimal level.

Thank you for your support in 2014

The intent of this site is to provide viewers with insight and images of the daily operations of the Murrysville Volunteer Fire Company. The Murrysville Volunteer Fire Company is a Participating Organization at the 75% level as defined by the Office of the State Fire Commissioner.

Murrysville Fire Headlines

Fire & EMS Expo 2014

Firefighter Jennifer Ralston, February 25

This weekend Feb 23-24 was the Pittsburgh Fire Rescue & Ems Expo held at the Monroeville Convention Center. Our new Engine 20 was on display for Jeff Britt Fire Apparatus who sells Sutphen, Precision and Alexis fire apparatus. many vendors were on hand with the lastest equipment for fire & ems Also k-9 units from the area were showing off there dogs and doing demonstrations. Thanks to Jeff,Steve and ... (Full Story & Photos)

Station 20 Receives State Grant

Fire Chief Brian Synan, January 28

Station 20 was notified today that we will receive $13,619 from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Office of the State Fire Commissioner. This grant was applied for in October 2013. With these funds, the fire company will purchase 4 Apple iPads with vehicle mounts for E20, R20, T20 and S20. The remaining funds will go towards purchasing new 155 MHz pagers. ... (Full Story)

Vehicle accident Rt 22 & School Rd South

Assistant Fire Chief Tom Ralston, January 26

Early afternoon today station 20 was dispatched to Rt 22 & school Rd South for a reported motor vehicle accident with unknown injuries and possible wires down. Rescue 20 called in service with 5. Rescue 20 called on scene reporting accident was in the west bound lane and all occupants are out of the vehicles. Crews held on scene for the power co to disconnect power to the light post and for the tow. ... (Full Story & Photos)

2 vehicle crash Rt 22

Assistant Fire Chief Tom Ralston, January 25

At 09:51 station 20 was dispatched to Rt 22 in front of the Dunkin Donuts for a reported vehicle accident. Chief 20 would arrive on scene reporting a 2 vehicle accident with no injuries and had rescue 20 come in off of rings alley. crew from R-20 helped the driver of the truck get his bumper moved away from right front wheel so he could drive on and got the auto moved off the roadway. crews went back ... (Full Story & Photos)

Pleasant Valley Rd crash with entrapment

Assistant Fire Chief Tom Ralston, January 24

Westmoreland 911 dropped the tones at 18:10 for station 20 rescue 64 and special ops 78 for a reported vehicle accident on Pleasant Valley Rd 1/4 mile up from Trafford Rd with entrapment. Dir 610 arrived on scene reporting a head on vehicle crash with 1 entrapped. Rescue 20 arrived on scene and went to work cribbing the vehicles and pulling the jaws and cutters. Work started with popping the drivers ... (Full Story & Photos)

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