The mission of the Vernon Township Volunteer Fire Department is to provide the fire suppression, rescue, emergency medical service, hazard control, and other such emergency services, incidents, responses or events, as required for the protection of lives and property in Vernon Township or upon mutual aid response; and to conduct such other activities that builds team or supports our mission.
At 2:11pm, Dept 27 was dispatched to a reported MVA with no injuries at the intersection of Mercer Pike and Conneaut Lake Road. 27-1 arrived at the scene with two vehicles damaged and one patient entrapped. Photo is of Firefighter/EMR Zach Reichel, Chief Bill Reichel, and Firefighter Brock Ridgeway working to extricate the patient. Units were back in service at 3:28pm.
At 9:32 PM: Dept. 27 was dispatched to a motor vehicle accident on South Mosiertown Road. Reports indicated there was one vehicle rolled over and no injuries nor entrapment.
27-1 and 27-4 responded to the scene. South Mosiertown Road was closed at the intersection of South Mosiertown Road and Dunham Road. Units were back in-service at 10:25 PM.
At 8:30 PM last night, Dept. 27 was dispatched to assist Dept. 23 on a working structure fire on Cherry Street near Jackson Avenue.
First arriving crews reported a fully involved structure fire. Dept. 23 was assisted by Dept. 27, Dept. 7, Dept. 31, Dept. 20, Dept. 40, and Dept. 12.
Vernon Township Volunteer Fire Department and West Mead #2 Volunteer Fire Department are co-hosting a Basic Vehicle Rescue class sponsored by the Crawford County SCUBA team. Awareness is November 12, 13 & 15. Operations is November 18, 21, 22. Technician is to be announced. There is no charge for this course. Thanks to the SCUBA team’s sponsorship. Register by October 31, 2014 by filling out the form below or emailing Chief 29 direct: [email protected] Thank You!