Station 20 3rd Quarter 2022 Update
By Secretary Mike Cline
October 12, 2022

During the first 9 months of 2022, the Murrysville Volunteer Fire Company (Station 20) has answered 315 fire/rescue calls within its primary fire district, and mutual aid area. These calls have ranged from Residential Structure Fires, Multiple Vehicle Collisions, Downed Utility Lines and Trees, Lift Assists to EMS, Residential and Commercial Automatic Fire/Carbon Monoxide Alarms, Aerial Ambulance Landing Zone Operations, and Rough Terrain Rescue. Further the Station 20 Firefighters continue to participate in a combined training program with its neighboring first responder companies with the emphasis on vehicle rescue, to ensure better coordination during multi-alarm emergency incidents. Station 20 is preparing to receive the new Truck 20 during the 4th quarter of 2022, which upon arrival, will become the primary emphasis of training for the firefighters. The firefighters of Station 20 continue to stand ready to respond to all fire/rescue incidents within the Murrysville-Export Area for its residents, and businesses.