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WELCOME!

 

A little about us...

          Operating out of one station in Bradenville, we are responsible for the 105 square miles of Derry Township. In the township, we have approximately 14,560 residents, and run an average of 550 calls per year. We own 2 Engine-Rescue trucks, one of which is utilized mainly as an engine, and the other as our rescue. We also have a tanker truck, attack truck, squad truck, and utility/brush truck. The people who man these trucks are 37 active members that volunteer their time and money to making the township a better place, whether it is through running fire calls, assisting people, or working events throughout the township. All of our personnel are trained in firefighting operations and hazardous materials, and most of our personnel are trained in EMS, vehicle rescue, and wild land firefighting. We also have 12 members that are trained in swift water rescue and boat operations. These water rescue members are part of the Westmoreland County Team 175, which also includes New Alexandria VFD, and Lloydsville VFD. They can respond to anywhere in the state if requested or required.

 

Saturday, September 3rd, 2022
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DTVFD Co 1 of Bradenville is working with Bullseye Firearms Gun Vault to bring you a chance to win a great package. The winner takes all ticket. $20 for 4 numbers. -Kimber 84 Hunter Pro .308 cal with threaded barrel -S&W M&P 9 Special Edition Package with threaded barrel -Silencerco Hybrid 4...
Monday, February 21st, 2022
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February 21, 2022....That is our date. The date of new beginnings here at Station 71. The date that our older members have been waiting on for five decades, and the date that initiated a once-in-a-lifetime experience for everybody here.
Wednesday, February 16th, 2022
We would like to thank everybody that attended our cash bash this past Saturday! It was a huge success! We wouldn't have been able to pull it off it wasn't for all of our attendees and sponsers! We also want to give a shoutout to all of our dedicated members who worked hard both up front and...
Thursday, January 6th, 2022
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Everybody here at the Bradenville Fire Department wish everyone a safe and healthy New Year! This new year brings a lot of excitement (and work!), to us here at the fire department! First and foremost, as you probably know, we will be moving in to our new building early this year, hopefully in the n...
Tuesday, January 16th, 2018
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At 13:20, the engine and rescue responded to a house fire along Route 22 beside Keystone Raceway in Derry Township. Engine 77 arrived first and confirmed a working structure fire. Crews from 77, 34, 132, 145, 113, 114, 41, 75 and 39 assisted with manpower and equipment at the scene.
Monday, January 15th, 2018
The next call for the station was another vehicle accident at 2:15pm on Pandora Road at Alexandria Street. Upon arrival, crews found one car overturned, with the patient self extricated, no injuries. Crews provided traffic control until the roadway was clear.
Monday, January 15th, 2018
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At 8:53 this morning, the station was activated for a vehicle accident on Pittsburgh Street in the area of Banocy Road. The vehicle was reported overturned with 2 patients still inside. Upon arrival, the patients were self extricated.
Monday, January 15th, 2018
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Around 8:00 tonight, during drill night, the engine responded to an apartment building filled with smoke with an activated fire alarm. Engine 71 was first on scene and found a female in her apartment having a medical emergency with burnt food on the stove.

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