Friday, May 6th, 2022
Congrats to Capt. Brad Falick, Lt. Frank Gardner and Firefighter Noah Magdich for successful fulfilling all the requirements and testing for their Fire Instructor 1 Certification!
Friday, May 6th, 2022
Congrats to Firefighter Antonio Thompson for successful fulfilling all the requirements and testing for his FF1 certification!
Monday, January 10th, 2022
2022 Executive Officers: President Brian Davis, Vice President Terry Tackett, Secretary Erin Gardner, Treasurer Lisa Davis, Trustee Jason Magdich, Trustee Patrick Magdich, Trustee Father David Rombold...
Monday, January 10th, 2022
2022 Line Officers: Chief Daniel Wauthier, 1st Assistant Chief Mike Magdich, 2nd Assistant Chief Brian Davis, Captain Brad Falick, 1st Lt Frank Gardner, 2nd Lt Patrick Magdich, 3rd Lt Terry Tackett
Picture gallery
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Fire Carol Ave, Bridgeville
Engine 28D (yellow, foreground) and 28A (red, background) in staging area. 28D was a 1982 Ford/Pierce quick attack and the first with our current color scheme of white over yellow. She was last seen in Virginia after being sold to a collector in 2004.
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Presto 28A, Drill in ORVFD area
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Fire behind then BVFD fire staton
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Extrication Class McDonald
Extrication class at the McDonald VFD by Grant Wilson assisted by PVFD LTs Martineck and Wauthier
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Extrication class Presto VFD
Joe Schmitt former PVFD member and KHVFD chief on far left, check out the "fireball" gloves
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Extrication Class McDonald
Extrication class at the McDonald VFD by Grant Wilson assisted by PVFD LTs Martineck and Wauthier
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South Hills VFA fire school @ Cuddy VFD
Far left, Joe Choura, former BVFD Chief & PVFD member checking out the modern Instalert home monitors
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South Hills VFA Fire School Cuddy
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South Hills VFA Fire School Cuddy
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Presto 28C 1972 International/Pierce
28C was equipped with 4 wheel drive, 250 GPM pump, and a 300 gallon tank, one of the first "mini-pumpers" in our local area. Later in life, we reworked her body and she served as our rescue for several years. She was sold to the Natural Bridge VFD in Virginia in 1994.
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Presto 28A, 1970 Ford/Pierce
28A was the first Pierce apparatus operating in Western Pennsylvania. With a 1000 GPM pump and a 750 gallon water tank, she was also the first in this local area to carry 4" large diameter hose. She was sold to the Hollins, Alabama VFD in 1989.
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Pierre Klein, Fire Chief for over 3 decades
Rest in Peace, February 14th, 2012
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