KVFD East Station
1918 Valley Road
Menu: Roast Pork, sautéed mushrooms, corn, coleslaw, sauerkraut, rolls & butter, with an assortment of fresh Amish baked goods.
Adults $10.00 each
Children $5.00 5-10 years old
Under 5 yrs - Free
On Monday, at 7:06 AM, we started the day with a pedestrian struck, reportedly a fourteen year old girl, on Church Street at West Main in Parkesburg. Ambulance 8-1 arrived on location and found that no fire or Advance Life Support services were required.
The incident was handled by Ambulance 8-1 and they recalled the fire department.
KVFD, with our friends from Christiana Fire Company, represented the fire service at today's Lions Club Halloween parade. It was well attended by local school bands, and many other organizations. Families lined the street starting on West First Avenue at A. Duie Pyle. The parade proceeded east to the Central Station where judging took place.
At 7:10 AM, KVFD was dispatched to a reported fuel spill on N. Church Street (Rt.#10) at Chapel Avenue in Parkesburg Borough. Ambulance 8-1 responded and determined that the vehicle had been moved and the fuel spill was now at Main Street and Washington Street.
Rescue 8 and Deputy 8 responded and mitigated the spill.
KVFD membership, at their September department meeting, approved the donation of former Martin’s Corner Engine 34-1, a 1984 Pierce 1750/500 pumper, to the Chester County Public Safety Training Center.
It is hoped that the donation of this engine will assist improving hands on experience for new training recruits. It was formally delivered today by BOD member Jared Dalmas with Mr. Jeff Groves, County ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Saturday night from 5 PM to 10PM, KVFD partnered with the Mason Dixon Rescue Dogs on a series of search and rescue exercises at the park. Ambulance 8-2, Assistant 8 and Utility 8 assisted. Multiple victims were "hidden or lost" in the park and the search dogs worked hard to find them. The exercises culminated with the rescue of a victim who had fallen on a steep hillside.
At 8:45 AM, KVFD was dispatched to a reported accident with unknown injuries at Rt.#372 and Strasburg Road in Stottsville, Sadsbury Township. Ambulance 8-1, Tac 8, Deputy 8, and Rescue 8 responded and found upon arrival it was a two vehicle accident with subject to be checked.
Deputy 8 assumed the "Valley Road Command" and held the assignment to what was responding and already on-scene.
The Keystone Valley Fire Department was formed in March 2013 after the consolidation of the Parkesburg, Pomeroy and Atglen Fire Companies. Station # 8 provides Fire/Rescue & EMS Services to Parkesburg Borough, West Sadsbury Township, Sadsbury Township and Highland Township. Please click on the Volunteer Section to learn how to become a member of the KVFD family!
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