Recent Calls
Mon. Feb 24th 2020
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The company was dispatched in the area of Exit 59A on Interstate 79 Southbound for the reports of a single vehicle accident with rollover and entrapment. 245 Rescue and 245 Engine responded. Units ar...
Fri. Feb 7th 2020
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The company was dispatched to the 800 Blk of 7th Street in Stowe Township for the reported house on fire. 245 Engine was in service shortly after dispatch with 5 men plus the duty crew. Stowe Townshi...
Wed. Jan 29th 2020
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The company was dispatched to the 4600 Blk of Campbells Run for a reported fire alarm activation. Multiple calls from Allegheny County Communications now reporting smoke coming from the roof, the assi...
Wed. Jan 29th 2020
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The company was dispatched in the area of the Crafton Exit 60A for the reports of a vehicle rollover. 245 Rescue called into service staffed by the duty crew, 245 Engine was shortly behind it. Units ...
Tue. Jan 14th 2020
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Late night run to Scott Township for the reported dwelling fire. 256CHF arrived with smoke showing. 245SQ arrived 3rd due and was upgraded from RIT to truck work. Squad crew laddered the building, con...
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Becoming a volunteer firefighter takes time, effort and dedication. However, the benefits of saving lives and making your community a better place is worth every minute and every ounce of effort.

  • The satisfaction that comes with knowing you are an important part of keeping your community safe.
  • Cultivating new skills that can help in all facets of your life and prepare you for a possible new career.
  • Working as a team and building lasting relationships and friendships.
  • Learning to use state of the art tools and being in the middle of the excitement.
  • Possibly receiving state tax credits, getting free training and receiving college credits for training, you may even qualify for the Firevest program providing full scholarship to CCAC Click here for details!
  • Earning respect from your fellow brother and sister firefighters, and members of your community;
  • Gaining an immense sense of pride and satisfaction from your accomplishments, and the knowledge and skills you acquire from your training;
  • Camaraderie and the feeling of family, a sense of belonging.
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  • Stopping by the Station (5624 Steubenville Pike, Robinson Township, PA 15136) on any Tuesday might after 7:00 pm except for the second Tuesday of the month
  • Calling us (412-787-0527) and leave a voice mail with your contact info
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