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Welcome to The Monroeville VFC #4 Webpage

Monroeville Volunteer fire Company #4 is located in Allegheny County, within the Municipality of Monroeville, about 12 miles east of the City of Pittsburgh, PA. We are a Fire / EMS / Rescue company comprised of about 60 individuals, dedicated to serving the residents of Monroeville and surrounding communities on a daily basis. The following pages of our webpage will give you an idea of our activity we encounter on a regular basis. If you have any questions, comments or would like information on joining our department, please, feel free to write us

TRUCK 4
RESCUE 4
ENGINE 41
ENGINE 42
MEDIC 47
MEDIC 48
MEDIC 49
SQUAD 4
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APARTMENT FIRE
DEAUVILLE DRIVE
06.24.14

Just after 2PM today, crews were alerted to a nearby garden apartment complex when maintenance personnel began to smell smoke in a third floor unit under renovation. E42 arrived and secured a water supply before crews advanced a line for investigation. E42 crews discovered a small fire burning within the wall of apartment 10 due to an electrical malfunction. The wall was opened up and small fire was quickly extinguished with minimal damage to the apartment. Crews cleaned up and returned back in service within minutes.


TRACTOR TRAILER FIRE
PA TURNPIKE
05.02.14

Today, Company 4 was dispatched to the PA Turnpike 53.6 mile marker westbound for a tractor trailer on fire. Upon E-41 calling enroute, Turnpike Operations confirmed a tractor trailer on fire. E-41 arrived on scene to find a tractor trailer which was hauling eight cars in two different haulers experiencing heavy fire in the first unit. E-41 advanced a 1-¾ front jump line while E-42 arrived and established a 1-3/4 pre-connect off E-41. Units from E-51 assisted with additional hose lines off of Engine 41 while Tanker 5 was placed in service for foam operations while Plum FD units established a water supply from a hydrant off of the turnpike. Crews made progress and were on scene for a period of time while overhail operations commenced.



MCI - MUTUAL AID RESPONSE
MURRYSVILLE
04.09.14

Yesterday our crews were called upon help those involved in the Franklin Regional High School tragedy. 

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all that were impacted yesterday.


STRUCTURE FIRE
NORTH HUNTINGDON TOWNSHIP
03.24.14

Today, Engine 41 and Tanker 5 were alerted to the Cavittsville section of North Huntingdon Township to assist mutual aid companies with multiple structure fires. Engine 41 responded immediately with five personnel. Upon arrival, E41 was assigned operations on side Charlie of the fire scene which was comprised of a garage and two residential structures heavily involved. Engine 41 established a water supply to Irwin Truck 57 and initiated exterior attacks utilizing 2-1/2" hand lines. Crews remained on scene for several hours performing suppression and overhaul operations.

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BUSY NEWS DAY
COMPANY #4
01.15.14

With so many new rules and regulations related to the new Affordable Health Care Act, Company 4 was featured as part of a WTAE story highlighting some recent developments. This story highlights how it could have affected many volunteer fire departments across our region, and of course it called for a few pictures!

  
Rescue 4 - 01/13/14

BUSY START TO 2014
01.13.14

A clean rescue is a happy rescue. With the weather becoming a little warmer, members give the rigs a much needed bath. Within the past 13 days of the new year, Company 4 has responded to over 80 EMS and 37 Fire calls.

  Rescue 4 - 01/13/14

RIT DEPLOYMENT
PENN TOWNSHIP
01.07.14

At approximately 0230 on this frigid morning, Rescue 4 was alerted to Massung Lane in Penn Township for a residential structure fire. As Engine 9 (Level Green) and Ladder 7 (Paintertown) began fire attack, R4 and M49's crew assumed rapid intervention duties. R4 placed ground ladders as means of secondary egress and stood ready. The fire was located in the chimney with extension into the first floor and rear porch. Co. 4 remained on scene for over one hour before being released by command.

   

STRUCTURE FIRE
GARDEN CITY DRIVE
01.01.14

Early into the first day of this new year Company 4 was alerted to assist Company 6 with RIT on a residential structure fire. Upon crews working at the scene, Engine 42 was added to the assignment for manpower behind Rescue 4 for RIT. Both company 4 units assisted with fire suppression and RIT duties at the scene which was quickly knocked down.

   

END OF 2013
12.31.13

With 2013 coming to a close, we would like to thank each our dedicated and persistent volunteers in our membership who has helped to make yet another year possible. With undertaking large call volumes while at the same time enduring a major remodeling project of our building, we are thankful for our men and women's time and dedication to our company.

Happy New Year and Stay Safe!

MONROEVILLE VFC #4 2013 CALL TOTALS
     
FIRE CALLS / RESPONSES 674
EMS CALLS / RESPONSES 2,280
     

 


MVC w/ ENTRAPMENT
WILLIAM PENN HIGHWAY
12.11.13

Today, crews were alerted to a report of a multiple vehicle crash with injuries on William Penn Highway and Northern Pike. Medic 47 arrived on scene and immediately requested additional EMS resources started for several injured occupants. Rescue 4 arrived with C42 and requested an additional engine for manpower and support while Murrysville EMS was also on scene. Rescue 4 crews stabilized vehicles involved in the crash and determined that one driver was to be entrapped. Crews worked to protect the patient and quickly began to remove the drivers door for access. Rescue 4 remained on the the scene for some time to contain and clean up both accident debris and fluids. A total of two patients were transported by Company 4 EMS to local hospitals for evaluation.

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2014 ELECTION RESULTS
12.10.13

Congratulations to our members who have been elected to a varity of different positions for 2014!

Fire Line Officers
Chief Scott Feyes
Deputy Chief John Rowntree
1st Assistant Chief James Edgar
   
Executive Line Officers
President Dan Sprouse
Vice President Evan Watson
Financial Secretary Deb Gowans
Treasurer Jason Yarosik
   
Membership Committee
Chairperson Kevin Bacco
  Joe Sussalla
  Rob Gowans
  Martin Baker
  Adam Palmer
   
Trustees
Chairperson TJ Dailey
  Rob Gowans
  Logan Stadler
  James Locke
  Joe Sussalla

 

 

 

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