Cranberry Township Volunteer Fire Company

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2016 Incidents
Jan 58
Feb 48
Mar 54
Apr 53
May 46
Total 259

2015 Incidents
Jan 56
Feb 69
Mar 52
Apr 61
May 59
Jun 75
Jul 52
Aug 73
Sep 52
Oct 62
Nov 55
Dec 50
Total 716

Past Incidents
2014 686
2013 701
2012 649
2011 586
2010 604
2009 607
2008 639
2007 623
2006 577
2005 547
2004 539
2003 565
2002 571

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Welcome to the Official Website for the Cranberry Volunteer Fire Company

We are a 100% volunteer organization established in 1959 providing fire and rescue services to the residents of Cranberry Township. The Fire Company created a unique agreement with the Township in 1981, which transferred the assets of the Company to Cranberry Township. As part of the agreement, the township provides financial support for building maintenance, equipment, and apparatus. In return the professionals of the Cranberry Township Volunteer Fire Company spend their volunteer time training, performing administrative work, and responding to emergency calls. This is a unique arrangement in southwestern Pennsylvania, and is a model of cooperation between local government and volunteerism.

Small Fire in a Residence

May 21

At 19:20 hours, Stations 21 and 51 (EMS) were alerted to respond to a possible structure fire in the Park Place development in the Township. Police arrived on scene and advised there was smoke visible. Ladder 21, Engine 21-3, Tower 21 and Captain 21-2 responded with 15 volunteers, locating a small fire that started near the fireplace in the home. The crew from Ladder 21 located the source, quickly ... (Full Story & Photos)

Vehicle Fire in Parking Lot of Cranberry Commons

May 05

At 18:23 hours, Cranberry Township Fire (Station 21) and EMS (Station 51) were dispatched to a reported vehicle fire at the Cranberry Commons shopping center on Route 228. Chief 21-2 arrived to find a well involved vehicle parked in the first row with fire extending to other adjacent vehicles. Rescue 21 and Engine 21-3 arrived on-scene and quickly extinguished the fire. Two other vehicles did sustain ... (Full Story & Photos)

Four Members Complete 188 Hours of Training

Safety Officer Bruce Hezlep, May 04

Congratulations to Matt Pristas, Luke Moran, George Abdallah, and Shawnwei Chen. These four members recently completed 188 hours of training as part of the PA Entry Level Fire Training Program. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Vehicle Fire in a Neighborhood

March 24

Volunteers from Station 21, along with Cranberry EMS and PD, were alerted to the Bristol Creek neighborhood around 1:45 PM for a vehicle on fire in a driveway. PD and EMS arrived to find a fully involved vehicle now in the street. Engine 21-2 responded to the scene and extinguished the fire. Crews were on location for a little more than an hour cleaning up.... (Full Story & Photos)

Tractor Trailer Rollover on Turnpike Ramp

February 18

At 3:30 PM, Cranberry Township Fire & EMS were alerted to a motor vehicle accident on the Pennsylvania Turnpike ramp over Route 19. Reports were of a single tractor trailer that rolled over on the median. Upon arrival of CTVFC units, it was found that all occupants were able to get out of the vehicle and EMS was evaluating one for injuries. Rescue 21 and Engine 21-2 responded to the call and assisted ... (Full Story)


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