Eddington Fire Company has mailed out our annual fund raising letters to all of the residents and businesses in our response area. This is the only fund raising solicitation that the fire company does. We invite you to read the information about the fire house on the letter. Feel free to donate any amount that is comfortable for you. We invite anyone to stop by the fire house to see our equipment or call us to schedule a fire prevention visit to your business, school or community group. Be sure to watch our web page for the announcement of our fire prevention events and Santa’s arrival in December.
Thanks for your help and support.
Rescue Box 28-04
Brown Avenue & Hulmeville Road
2 Vehicle Accident with Entrapment
Deputy 37 first to arive on location finding one person trapped & putting crews in service. E-28-1 to crib the vehicle. E-222 to perform a door pop on the drivers side.
On Tuesday May 10th, at the conclusion of the month's company meeting, Station 28 was dispatched to a reported building fire in the first due. Engine 28-1 and Quint 28 arrived on scene simultaneously, splitting crews between roof and interior. Engine 28-1 went interior to meet with Deputy 37; while Quint 28 went to the roof of the structure. Bulk of the fire was extinguished prior to arrival, Quint crew found minor extension on the roof. Assignment was held to Engine 28-1, Quint 28, and Ladder 65.
All the men and women of the Eddington Fire Comapany would like to give Lieutenant Scott Wilson a big congratulations and thank you! Scott Wilson was recently selected to enter the Philadelphia Police Academy, which he has been working hard towards for years. We would also like to thank Scott for the numerous years of service and hard work he has put into the Eddington Fire Company! We all wish you good luck the next couple months while at the academy and in your future career with the Philadelphia Police Department! Stay safe brother and remember you will always have a home here at Station 28.