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Paoli Fire Company
69 Darby Rd
Paoli, PA 19301
Non-Emergency: 610-644-1712
Emergency: 911
Fax: 610-644-7141
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2nd Alarm- Malvern Boro
Wed. May 6th 2015

At 13:47 hrs Station 4 along with assistance from Station 5 (East Whiteland), Station 3 (Paoli) and Station 2 for RIT (Berwyn) was dispatched to the 100 block of Monument Avenue in Malvern Borough for a reported dwelling fire.

Initial reports indicated black smoke coming from the second floor. Chief 4 (N. Vaughn) arrived and confirmed police reports of smoke showing from the front of a two story multi-occupancy dwelling. He established Monument Avenue Command and requested the working fire dispatch which re-alerted all initial companies and added Air 52 (Goodwill of WCFD), Station 47 for RIT (Lionville) and Ambulance 3.

Ladder 4 arrived on location, stopped short and stretched the initial attack line. Fire was involving a second floor apartment in a four-unit building. The crew forced entry in to the apartment and began to attack the fire.  Tower 3 arrived and set up on the front side with their aerial to the roof as the crews from 4 and 5 knocked down the last fire in the initial fire apartment. Additional arriving companies stretched a third line, laddered the building and completed other fire ground tasks.

The fire was placed under control about one hour in to the incident with all crews working. There were no injuries reported and the County and State Fire Marshals are investigating the cause of this fire.

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