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Thursday, June 24th, 2021
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This evening crews gathered at Station 184 to review response tactics involving vehicles on fire. Personnel worked on their skills extinguishing engine and passenger compartment fires. At the conclusion of the training night members boarded 184 Engine and proceeded to run 2 "roll in" evolu...
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The second week of April every year is deemed National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. In 2021, this period of celebration and appreciation falls from April 11 to 17 . We would like to thank all of the men and women at Allegheny County Emergency Services (ACES) for the hard work and lon...
Wednesday, March 31st, 2021
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This evening area crews gathered at acquired home in Port Vue to work on search, victim/firefighter removal and vertical ventilation. Instructors were able to smoke the house up and allow our personnel to practice breaching walls and victim removal in low visibility, even are junior member got to cr...
Sunday, January 3rd, 2021
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Your Volunteers answered a 135 incidents for 2020.We all know 2020 was tough on everyone, but 2021 is here and what better time to make a change in your personal life than right now, Get out and join the fire department! Many residents are not even aware that we are a 100% VOLUNTEER organization.
Saturday, June 26th, 2021
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Early this morning, the first alarm was transmitted for a reported building fire at Jo Lynn Pizza in the borough. Communications started to receive multiple calls for smoke coming from the building which was confirmed by Liberty police when they arrived.
Monday, June 14th, 2021
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Crews were kept busy this afternoon as severe weather moved into the Mon Valley just after 1500hrs. Heavy down pours were mixed with high winds and lighting throughout the area, Personnel handled multiple reports of trees being brought down, power lines down and other property damage reports.
Friday, May 14th, 2021
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Around 0015 this morning crews were alerted for a solitary vehicle crash, vehicle into a wooded area with unknown injuries. Lincoln Borough police arrived and reported a pick up truck into the woods, appears the driver may have fled from the scene.
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At 1300hrs this afternoon Liberty Borough Police were out on routine patrol and discovered a odor of natural gas in the 400 Block of Glenn Avenue. The police immediately radioed into the 911 center requesting the fire department activated.

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