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Sun. Jan 8th 2017
Auto Fire on Yellow Springs Rd

On Sunday evening, Paoli Fire Company was dispatched to the 1500 block of Yellow Springs Rd for an automobile fire.  Chi...

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Mon. Dec 26th 2016
Berwyn House Fire

On Monday, December 26th, 2016 to Oak Knoll Dr to assist Berwyn Fire Company.  Engine 3-5 assisted Engine 2-3 with water...

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Sat. Nov 26th 2016
Tower and Engine assist to Newtown Square Fire Company

On Saturday night at approximately 8:40pm, PFC was alerted along with Berwyn Fire Company to assist Newtown Sq...

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Thu. Dec 22nd 2016
Special assignment for a Special boy.

On Thursday, Dec. 22 members responded to a special call to the residence of 6-year-old Jayson Norris and his family. Jayson ...

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Mon. Nov 14th 2016
Fire truck ride to school

The Paoli Fire Company made the day for some lucky students last week. Engine 3-5 picked up 6 kids from their home in Malvern...

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Sat. Nov 5th 2016
Years of Celebration

On Nov. 5th, Paoli Fire Company honored two life members who have both made tremendous contributions to the company during a ...

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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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New Engine 3-1 final inspection
Tue. Aug 27th 2013

On Tuesday, August 20th, 2013, Chief Ira Dutter, Captain Jay Wustner, Chief Engineer Scott Macon, and Engineer Bob Heller left for Appleton Wisc. to perform final inspection on Engine 3-1.  The new Engine 3-1 is a 2013 Arrow XT heavy duty rescue midship pumper. The truck has a Cummins ISL9, 450 hp engine, a Waterous CSU, 2000 gpm single stage pump, a Husky 12 single stage foam system, a Hercules 200 CFM CAF compressor, a six bottle breathing air cascade system with a Resolve Air Space Saver two position SCBA fill station. The truck carries 900 gallons of water and 100 gallons of foam. 

Engine 3-1 is due at the Station sometime early September. 


Photo's courtesy of Jay Wustner, Glick Fire Equipment.