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Three call Sunday
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By Past Fire Chief Allen Beiler
March 1, 2021

Sunday 2/28/2021 there were three calls for Honey Brook Fire Company

2:17 PM HBFC was alerted for a Motor Vehicle Accident in the area Rt 10 & Cambridge Road (Honey Brook Township) with a sheared Electric pole involved. Chief 33 (Kern) arrived and established Command. Units Rescue 33, Traffic 33, Engine 33-1 along with EMS 189 made the response. Units cleared within thirty minutes.

5:49 PM Engine/Tanker 33-5 made the response to assist East Brandywine Fire Company on Lahawa Drive (West Brandywine Township) on a house fire. In addition units from Glen Moore, Lionville, Alert - Downingtown, Thorndale, VA-Coatesville), Wagontown, and EMS 244 responded and recall was issued prior to arrival.

6:30 PM Honey Brook was alerted for a Water Rescue at South Birdell & Beaver Dam Road (Honey Brook Township). Units Boat 35, Rescue 33, Squad 33, Engine 33-1, Traffic 33 and EMS 189 made the response. Six of the eight newly certified Water Rescue Team donned their water rescue suits for this rescue.
Units found a car disabled within 75 feet of dry ground and walked the victims to safety in 20” of standing water. Township crews placed barricades to prevent further incidents throughout the night as rain swollen creeks continued draining down the Brandywine Creek.

Please avoid this well known flooding area during heavy rain and especially in the next six hours as the water passes thru the area.


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