Connellsville Township Volunteer Fire Department     Station 7
Connellsville Township VFD

905 Fireman Street
Connellsville, PA 15425

724-628-3490
724-628-3347 - fax

station7ctvfd@yahoo.com
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2014
CALL VOLUME
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January 18, 2014
1754 hours
Assist Station 28

2140 Hours
Assist Station 12
Station 7 was dispatched at 1754 hours to assist Station 28
with an electrical fire at 240 Hustosky Road.  First arriving
officer reported the fire to be out and cancelled all incoming
units.

Station 7 was dispatched at 2140 hours to a reported
structure fire at 495 Dunbar Ohiopyle Road.  Upon arrival 12
Chief reported the fire out and requested all incoming units to
cancel.
January 26, 2014
0700 hours

Assist Station 45
Structure Fire
479 Kreinbrook Hill
Station 7 was dispatched to assist Station 45 Bullskin with a
working structure fire.  7 Tanker responded to assist.  First
arriving units reported a working structure fire and that road
conditions were extremely dangerous snow and icy roads.  
45 Chief had Fayette 911 activate his tanker alarm.  Numerous
companies assisted Bullskin, there were no reported injuries.
January 26, 2014
2321 hours


Structure Fire
120 Hosfelt Road
Station 7 was dispatched for a reported shed fire.  Additional
calls reported that the fire was spreading to a tree and the
homeowner feared it would spread to the house.  7 Engines 2
and 3 responded as well as 7 Tanker and Squad.  7 Chief
reported a working fire upon arrival.  Firefighters quickly
extinguished the fire and performed overhual.  Bullskin,
South Connellsville, New Haven Hose and Scottdale were on
standby in there stations.
January 28, 2014
0110 hours

Assist Station 48
Structure Fire
249 Town Country Rd
Station 7 was dispatched to assist Station 48 Flatwoods with
a structure fire.  First arriving units reported a working
structure fire.  7 Air responded with manpower to assist at the
scene.
February 1, 2014
0234 hours

Assist Station 1
1
Structure Fire
425 Plum Ally
Station 7 was dispatched to assist Station 11 DL&V with a
reported structure fire.  Fayette Chief was first on scene and
reported a working fire and that a quick hit could control the
fire.  7 Truck 4 responded and was initially assigned truck
work while enroute.  Upon arrival Truck 4's crew was
assigned fire suppression.   Fire conditions quickly changed
due to difficulty establishing a water supply, and the fire
began venting through the roof.  10 Chief requested a tanker
alarm which brought 7 Tanker to the scene.

Numerous companies assisted DL&V including Dawson,
Everson, South Connellsville,  Morrell, Westmoreland 58 and
Fayette EMS.  Crews remained on scene for several hours
performing overhaul.
February 1, 2014
425 Plum Ally
Structure Fire
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February 2, 2014
1912 hours

Reported Vehicle
Accident
2200 Springfield Pike
CTVFD was dispatched for a reported vehicle accident on
Route 711 Springfield Pike.  7 Truck 4 responded.  Upon
arrival 7 Assistant reported a jackknifed tractor trailer was
blocking the entire roadway, and that road conditions were
extremely hazardous.  Traffic control was established and
PennDOT was called for to clear the roadway.  After clearing
the roadway, the tractor trailer was removed from the
roadway.  
February 2, 2014
2200 Springfield Pike
Vehicle Accident
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February 4, 2014
1721 hours

Assist Station 12
Structure Fire
823 Furnace Road
CTVFD was dispatched to assist Station 12 Dunbar with a
structure fire.  Initial alarm called for 7 Tanker to respond.  
First arriving units reported a working fire.  12 Command
requested 7 Air respond to the scene.  The fire was quickly
contained and units remained on scene performing overhaul.
 Morrell, Monarch, North Union Township and West
Leisenring VFDs also assisted.
February 4, 2014
823 Furnace Road
Structure Fire
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photo courtesy of
John F. Brothers
Herald-Standard
February 4, 2014
1917 hours

Vehicle Accident
with Entrapment
Breakneck Road
Station 7 was dispatched for a vehicle accident on Breakneck
Road at the "S" curve with entrapment.  7 Enigne 3
responded for extrication, 7 Squad with manpower and 7
Brush for traffic control.  Station 8 New Haven Hose was
activated to assist with lighting at the scene and traffic
control.
February 5, 2014
0411 hours

Assist Station 45
Structure Fire
14 Sunrise Circle
Station 7 was dispatched to assist Station 45 Bullskin with a
reported structure fire. 45 Assistant was on scene and
reported a fire in the attic and roof area.  7 Engine 2 arrived on
scene and stretched 2 lines, 1 to the attic and 1 to the roof.  
Arriving Station 45 firefighters assisted with extinguishment
and overhaul.  Station 8 New Haven Hose was called to assist
at the scene with their Air Truck.  The fire was quickly
extinguished however, crews remained on scene to ensure
their was no extension of fire into other areas of the structure.
February 5, 2014
1018 hours

Vehicle Accident
Route 119 and Blake
CTVFD was dispatched for a vehicle accident at the
intersection of Route 119 and Blake Avenue.  7 Captain
reported both vehicles were in the roadway in the
intersection.  7 Engine 3 and 7 Squad responded and
established traffic control.  Fayette EMS also responded.
February 6, 2014
1831 hours

Vehicle Accident
805 E Crawford Ave
CTVFD was dispatched for a vehicle accident on Crawford
Avenue in the area of the Dairy Queen.  7 Chief responded to
the scene and reported a one vehicle accident, with the
vehicle on top of a hydrant.  7 Engine 3 and 7 Squad
responded.  Traffic control was set up
February 9, 2014
2106 hours

Assist Station 28
Structure Fire
420 Monarch Road
CTVFD was dispatched to assist Station 28 Monarch with a
structure fire.  7 Tanker responded.  Monarch was also
assisted by Dunbar and West Leisenring fire departments.
February 11, 2014
2242 hours

Assist Station 12
Structure Fire
Mahoning Road Ext
CTVFD was dispatched to assist Station 12 Dunbar with a
structure fire.  7 Tanker responded.  Dunbar was also assisted
by Morrell, Monarch,  North Union, Flatwoods, West
Leisenring, South Connellsville New Haven Hose and
Hopwood fire departments.
February 12, 2014
0050 hours

Assist Station 48
Structure Fire
205 Main Street
CTVFD was dispatched to assist Station 48 Flatwoods with a
working structure fire at 205 Main Street.  & Tanker and 7 Air
responded.  Flatwoods and Smock were assisted on the
scene by Hopwood, Dunbar, West Leasenring, North Union,
Morrell and DL&V fire departments.
February 12, 2014
205 Main Street
Structure Fire
February 12, 2014
205 Main Street
Structure Fire
February 15, 2014
1715 hours

STAT MedEvac
landing at the
Helipad
CTVFD was dispatched to the Helipad to assist with the
landing of STAT MedEvac, due to the large amounts of snow
in the area.  7 Engine 3's crew cleared a path for the medical
crew and the patient's stretcher.
February 15, 2014
STAT MedEvac
Helipad Landing
February 18, 2014
2
652 hours

A
ssist Station 8
Structure Fire
213 Ogden Street
Station 8 New Haven Hose was dispatched for a reported
structure fire in a vacant home, putting Station 7 on standby.  
Police and first arriving units reported a working structure fire.
 8 Chief requested his 2nd alarm be dispatched, bringing 7
Engine 2 and 7 Truck 4 to the scene.  Station 7 crews assisted
in fire attack and established a RIT team.  Morrell, Dunbar,
Bullskin, South Connellsville and DL&V fire departments also
assisted.
February 22, 2014
1
116 hours

C
ommercial
Structure Fire
1118 Springfield Pike
Station 7 was dispatched to respond to an initial alarm for
rubbish burning that had gotten out of control.  Further
dispatch stated that the rear of storage facilities at Chrome TV
& Appliance had caught on fire as a result.  At the time of the
alarm Station 7 was fund raising with their annual hoagie sale.
 The alarm quickly upgraded to a working commercial
structure fire and all 7 units responded to the scene.  7 Chief
reported heavy fire and multiple structure involved with
exposure problems due to the wind conditions.  A tanker
alarm was dispatched as well as a special request alarm,
bringing over 15 companies and between 75 and 100
firefighters to the scene.
Crews were able to control the exposure problems and keep
the fire contained to the warehouse structures.  Due tot he
contents of the warehouse, thick black smoke was reported
seen from miles away.  Crews remained on scene for several
hours performing overhaul and working hot spots to ensure
there would ne no rekindle.
February 22, 2014
Commercial
Structure Fire
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photo courtesy of
John F. Brothers
Herald-Standard
THANK YOU
The Officers and Members of Connellsville
Township VFD wish to thank every fire
department who assisted them on the
Chroma TV Warehouse fire on Saturday
February 22nd.  All dispatched units
responded quickly, with full crews and
ready to do whatever was asked of them.  
This was an inter-county dispatch of units
from over 15 companies with between 75
and 100 firefighters.  Most importantly,
there were no reported injuries and no
additional loss of structures except for the
warehouses.

Again, thank you to all.