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ACVFD Responds to Back to Back Fires.

ACVFD firefighters run back to back working fires 5 hours apart.



Adamsburg and Community VFD would like to extend a heartfelt thank you and condolences to all the families and friends who lost a loved one on 9/11/01. We at the ACVFD would like to remind you to never forget the events on that day. These men and women did not think twice about risking their lives to help others and paid the ultimate price. For that we ask that you remember what they did and what your local Emergency Services will do for you. Posted are a few pictures that captured the events of that day. Below is a link to the names and companies of each of the 343 FDNY firefighters who lost their lives that day.


A prayer for the fallen

Rest now my fallen brother
Lay soft your suffering back
Rest well and forever
Your memory shall not lack
Rest your tired hands
Wipe clean your weary brow
Rest with St. Florian
Your spirit now endowed
Rest here your breaking heart
We know you gave your all
Rest easy, you’ve done your part
You’ve answered your last call
Rest knowing that in god we sought
Oh lord, watch over another who just fell
Rest assured your troubled thought
As we ring the final bell.

by R. Hoffman, SSgt. USAF/MOANG, Firefighter, Rosecrans Airport, St. Joseph, Missouri

Arona Borough Crash With Extrication


Station 10 and 61 with our combined response plan were dispatched to Main St. Arona Borough, near Hill Street for the Vehicle Crash with reported entrapment. Units arrived to find a single vehicle that had collided with a telephone pole then came to a rest on its side, trapping its lone occupant. (more…)

Firefighters Had A Busy Thanksgiving Day


While Firefighters were celebrating everything they were thankful for, they were summoned for several reported fires. The day started with a working fire in an exterior wall on Rocky Mountain Rd, in our first due. The Station cleared for this and knocked down a small fire in a wall behind a chimney. (more…)

Railroad St. Garage Fire



Station 10 and our first alarm assignment was dispatched to Railroad Street off of Penn-Manor Rd. for a reported fully involved garage fire. (more…)

Edna Rd. Crash With Fire


Station 10 was dispatched to Route 136 for a reported vehicle crash with a telephone pole on fire. Units arrived to find one vehicle into a telephone pole on Edna road, with no injuries and a working fire in the engine compartment. Chief 10 assigned Engine 10 to fire attack. (more…)