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2015 Call # 21

Kuhl Hose Responses

 

01/16 - Chimney Fire Assist Dept 36

 

01/15 - EMS Call

 

01/14 - EMS Call

 

01/13 - EMS Call

Structure Fire Assist Dept 22

Structure Fire Assist Dept 24

Structure Fire Assist Dept 26

Structure Fire Assist Dept 24

 

01/12 - Structure Fire Assist Dept 24

EMS Call

AFA Assist Dept 36

 

01/11 - Snow Rescue Assist Dept 70

 

 

 

 

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"Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it."  Dwight D. Eisenhower

 

Recent Incidents

 

 

Snow Rescue Assist Greenfield

01/11 - Kuhl Hose was dispatched to Townley Run to assist Greenfield with an off road snow rescue.  A 11 year old struck a tree while sled riding and had a traumatic leg injury.  Greenfield 700 arrived and requested Snow Rescue 68 and manpower to help extricate the patient.  On arrival, the patient was moved to the stokes and placed on the rescue sled, then extricated to the ambulance.  707 transported to UPMC Hamot.  Snow Rescue 68 returned to service. 

 

 

2014 Year End Report

 

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Structure Fire

12/31 - Just after 6:30 New Year’s Eve Kuhl Hose was dispatched to RT 8 for a structure fire. Shortly after dispatch Captain 691 arrived and confirmed a working fire in an auto body shop. The owner reported large amounts of oil and propane inside the building. 683 arrived stretched a 2 1/2" line and 2-3" lines. Crews made an aggressive attack, and were able to contain the fire to the original portion of the building. The attached office area had minimal damage, and a second attached garage only sustained smoke damage. Water was shuttled from about a mile from the scene @ the Siegel Marsh dry hydrant by a 5 tender shuttle. The fire is remains under investigation. Kuhl Hose was assisted at the scene by Wattsburg, Waterford, Greenfield, Perry Hiway , Brookside and Emergycare

 

 

Humes of Waterford Gives to Kuhl Hose

12/29 - Kuhl Hose Co now has an additional tool to use to train first responders in CPR.

Humes Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram of Waterford presented Kuhl Hose with 4 - Little Anne CPR manikins used for teaching CPR.  The donation was made in part through the Pennsylvania Automotive Association Foundation.  The manikins will be used to train responders, boy scouts and other community members.

Special Thanks to Humes for the donation and your continued support of the community.

 

Mindi Ct Trailer Fire

11/29 - Just before 0530 Kuhl Hose was dispatched for RIT to assist Brookside for a structure fire.  Chief 240 arrived on scene and reported a working fire. The only hydrant in this section of the trailer park was out of service and 240 called for a Tender 685 as well. Crews from Brookside, Wesleyville, & Lawrence Park quickly had the fire under control.  683 crew held the RIT assisnment, while 685, Fairfield and Harborcreek shuttled water from a short distance away.  683 Engine was the also the primary water supply engine from the drafting site, and was operated by Chief 260 as the 683 crew was assigned to RIT.  697 and Rehab 68 also assisted at the scene.  The fire is under investigation by Brookside.

 

 

Black Friday Crash

11/28 -  Friday morning Kuhl Hose and Emergycare were dispatched to Old Waterford Rd near East Rd for a roll over accident.  On arrival 687 reported a vehicle on it's roof.  691 assumed command.  1 patient self extricated with minor injuries was found, 683 was assigned to secure the vehicle and 697 was assigned to assist fire police.  Crews cleared the scene in 30 minutes and PSP is investigating.

 

 

"The Buffalo Street" Structure Fire

11/23 - Kuhl Hose was dispatched for RIT to assist Brookside in the 5000 block of the Buffalo Street.  Chief 240 arrived and confirmed a working fire.  Enroute 683 Engine was upgraded from RIT to an engine crew assignment.  Belle Valley rescue 368 was given the RIT.  683 arrived as crews from 263, 262 & 242 were making a hit on the fire as 289 performed OV and truck duties.  683 assisted with containing and extinguishing the fire.  The remained on scene and assisted with overhaul.  Ambulance 697 responded with EMS/support personnel and REHAB 68 was special called to the scene.  Crews cleared the scene within a few hours.  The fire is under investigation by the Brookside Fire Department.

 

 

RT 8 Pin Job

11/22 - Kuhl Hose and Emergycare were dispatched to RT 8 & Barton Rds for a 2 vehicle accident.  Dispatch received reports of the accident being a SUV vs Plow truck head on.  On arrival 68-01 reported T-bone accident involving a Penn DOT vehicle but not a plow.  68-L2 assumed command and requested a RESCUE to assist as 1 patient was confined confined.  687 & 697 arrived, began patient care and started removing the driver door with the Holmatro BCT.  368 RESCUE arrived and finished the door removal.  The patient was removed from the vehicle and transported to UPMC Hamot.  The 2nd driver and a passenger in the 1st vehicle refused care.

 

 

Downtown Greene Can Job

11/10 -  Kuhl Hose was dispatched to a Structure Fire just before 10 am.  County dispatch reported caller states they were using an oil lamp in the attic, it tipped over causing a fire.  On arrival 680 reported smoke from the attic area.  680 contained the fire with a can prior to 682 & 685 arrival.  Crews arrived worked to extinguish the fire using the can while Tower 369 crew ventilated the structure.   Damage was kept to a minimum. 

 

 

Lawnmower Fire

10/26 - 682 Engine responded to a lawnmower fire from the chimney fire.  The owner was attempting to mulch leaves when the mower caught fire.   68-L2 arrived and reported a lawnmower fully involved with some extension to the surrounding leaves and brush.  The fire was quickly contained and overhaul of the area completed.   687 responded for a victim with minor burns to face and leg.  The victim was transported to UPMC Hamot.

 

 

 

Chimney Fire

10/26 - Kuhl Hose and Perry Hiway were dispatched Sunday afternoon for a chimney fire.  On arrival 683 reported nothing visible from a residential structure.  690 arrived and assumed command.  683, 685 & 429 contained, and extinguished the fire.  Units cleared the scene in just under 1 hour.   682 Engine also responded but was diverted to another fire.

 

 

Assist Perry Hiway Structure Fire

10/18 - Just after noon Saturday Kuhl Hose was dispatched to assist Perry Hiway at a structure fire.  On arrival Command reported a single story commercial brick structure nothing visible.  When crews entered they found a fire in the rear wall & roof.   683 arrived assisted 423 & 362 Engine crews with hooking the ceiling, locating and extinguishing the fire.  429 laddered the building while 442 made the roof and worked open the roof and extinguish the fire.   683 cleared the scene within and hour.  The fire is under investigation by the Perry Hiway Hose Co. 

 

 

Assist Wattsburg MVA

10/18 - Early Saturday Wattsburg was dispatched for a vehicle accident on RT 8.  On arrival Chief 180 reported 2 vehicles head on heavy damage.  He soon requested a rescue/engine and ambulance to assist at an MVA early Saturday Morning.  Engine 683 & Squad 697 responded.  On arrival 683 assisted with scene lighting, securing vehicles and assisting 697 with patient care and extrication.  2 patients were transported with ALS to the trauma center.   Fire Police assisted until the road was cleared and PSP is investigating the accident.

 

 

 

Off Road Rescue

10/17 -  Kuhl Hose and Emergycare were dispatched to Old Wattsburg Rd for an off road accident.  An overturned UTV was visible in a ravine far off the roadway. Chief 680 confirmed the best access would be off of Kuhl Rd.  There was a farm field road that led to a closer access point.  The victim was cutting wood alone in the woods and had planned to return on his UTV.  He was backing up when the UTV got on uneven ground and rolled on its side.  In the rollover, the patient was pinned by his lower extremities.  Crews secured the UTV with chains and a come along, stabilized using cribbing and lifted the unit with airbags.  The patient was treated and extricated then carried to the ambulance.   697 transported the victim to UPMC Hamot for evaluation of minor/moderate injuries.

 

 


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