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1405 Meetinghouse Road
Boothwyn, PA 19061


On January 15, 1915 the organizers of Boothwyn Fire Company No. 1 held their first meeting in an old blacksmith shop located on the northeast corner of Chichester Avenue and Meetinghouse Road previously owned by Frank Sharpless. Edwin Ervin presided and held this office from 1915 to 1921.

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Upper Chichester Fire Department

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Engine 10 laying and stretching on a first due box. Engine 10 had a small kitchen fire with no extension. The assignment was held to Engine 10 and Truck 17

Squad 10 is covering New Castle station 25 for the day. Squad 10 has responded to two box alarms in 13 and 11s area today.
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Saturday doesn’t mean a day off for the crews of UCFD as 10 members attended Live Burn Training at West Chester Burn Buildings. Even though there was limited manpower crews worked on multiple evolutions with fires on multiple floors and taking victims out the tower bucket as well as numerous other difficult scenarios. Everyone in attendance pushed themselves to the limit physically which will only help to serve the residents of Upper Chichester and surrounding communities that much better.

Four of our younger members who will be the next generation of firefighters to serve Upper Chichester and surrounding communities also were attending Structural Firefighting at Delaware State Fire School today and will complete there training next weekend.

Special thanks to Carl Smith for the Rehab and providing everyone with drinks, snacks and water misters to keep the crews cool! Thanks also goes to Bethel Fire Company and Aston Township Fire Department for covering the local while crews were training.
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Thank you all for your service!

For tonight’s training a crew of 11 performed the “Pittsburgh Drill” which consists of firefighters going through obstacles to reach and then remove a downed firefighter. This is a very labor intensive drill which requires the use of many different skills to accomplish the removal of the downed firefighter. ... See MoreSee Less

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