Minquas Fire Company No. 2

2017 Incidents
Fire ALS BLS
Jan 39 125 122
Feb 31 102 106
Mar 44 100 147
Apr 28 85 113
May 36 96 119
Jun 45 94 129
Jul 37 93 109
Aug 44 129 125
Sep 38 95 103
Oct 33 107 134
Nov 45 91 103
Dec
Total 420 1117 1310

Past Incidents
Fire ALS BLS
2016 443 1182 1396
2015 431 1185 1301
2014 489 1385 1232
2013 413 1240 1225
2012 395 1244 1364
2011 444 1381 1172
2010 446 1327 1110
2009 437 1293 1191
2008 421 1181 1244
2007 406 1135 1199

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Minquas Fire Company, October 17

Engine 46-1 was in attendance at kids night at Texas Roadhouse in East Caln. The crew handed out coloring books and fire helmets for the kids. The crew also handed out toys supplied by Texas Roadhouse. We would like to thank Texas Roadhouse for having us attend this event.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Minquas Volunteer begins Career in MD

Minquas Fire Company No. 2, September 09

Minquas volunteer firefighter/medic Joe Marks completed the Howard County, Maryland fire academy this past spring. The members of the Minquas Fire Company No. 2 wish him a safe career.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Minquas Fire Company No. 2, August 16

This evening members spent the evening cleaning the station and getting it ready for winter. Crews cleaned the gutters and roof drains, prepped the front ramp for winter weather and cleaned various areas. A lot was accomplished with the weather cooperating. Thank you to all who were available to help out.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Live Burn Training

Minquas Fire Company No. 2, June 21

Tonight crews participated in a live burn drill at the Chester County Public Safety Training Center. A live burn is where crews train with live fire in a controlled environment. Crews from both stations (Minquas and Alert) practiced hoseline management and fire suppression. We are able to have a few different scenarios before the night was through. A special thank you to the Chester County Dept. of ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Minquas Fire Company No. 2 Station Construction

Minquas Fire Company No. 2, June 12

During our monthly meeting, members were surprised with a time lapse video of the construction of our fire station. A big thank you to member Lukas Jenkins and the people who helped him put this video together. Please take a few minutes and watch the video below.... (Full Story)


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Propane Fire Training at CCPSTC

Minquas Fire Company No. 2, May 17

During weekly training, crews went to the Chester County Public Safety Training Center (CCPSTC) to train for propane tank fires. Instructors explained how to approach a propane tank fire and how to safely reach and shut the value of the tank. Crews then went through multiple evolutions to become more proficient with this type of fire. While there are many homes that have propane tanks outside their ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Minquas Fire Company No. 2, April 30

In the late hours of Saturday evening, the Downingtown Fire Dept. was dispatched with Glenmoore Fire Company (Station 48) for a working house fire. Air46 responded with a crew to the scene. Engine 46-2 was on a standby covering Twin Valley (Station 69) while they enjoyed their banquet. Due to the staffing and proximity of the incident, Engine 46-2, along with Engine 3-5 (Paoli) who was also covering ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Drafting Training

Minquas Fire Company No. 2, April 30

This morning, members took some time to practice drafting. Drafting is a technique used to establish a water supply using bodies of water as opposed to tank water or hydrants. Members setup the equipment needed and began to draft the water from the pond, bring it into the engine, and discharge it back out. Once we had the water coming in, ENG 46-2 supplied ENG 46-1 and began discharging from the deck ... (Full Story & Photos)

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