Rocky Run Fire Company - Delaware County Station 46 shared York City Department of Fire/Rescue Services's post.
13 hours ago
On August 13, Rocky Run Firefighter Mark Pretz was sworn in as a Probationary Firefighter by the York City Department of Fire/Rescue Services.
Congratulations Mark for all of us at Rocky Run!Today we welcome eight new firefighters to the department. All were sworn in this morning at a ceremony at York City Hall. Congratulations and best wishes for a long and safe career.
Firefighters left to right- Adam Ramsey, Mark Pretz, Tyler Landis, Paul Moore, Derik Rhodes, Steve Whiteman, Greg Myers and Joshua Landis. ... See MoreSee Less
Rocky Run Fire Company - Delaware County Station 46 shared US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly's post.
4 weeks ago
Good Friday evening! A pleasant evening is underway, however our weather will rapidly go downhill during Saturday as a quick moving coastal storm affects our region. Areas of heavy rain and gusty winds will occur Saturday afternoon and night, and the ocean will become dangerous due to the combination of building waves, strong winds and rip currents. The graphic has the highlights for the weekend.
High Risk of rip currents for the New Jersey and Delaware beaches for Saturday through Saturday evening. Very strong rip currents will be life threatening to anyone who enters the surf. ... See MoreSee Less
Rocky Run Fire Company - Delaware County Station 46 shared Woodlyn Volunteer Fire Company Delco Station 67's post.
1 month ago
***Matthew has been located***
No further information
We ask all of our fans especially local to keep an eye out. Any information we ask that you please contact 911 ... See MoreSee Less
Technology is becoming a prominent player in the fire service, so as a result it’s time for some upgrades. Huge shoutout to Streakwave for getting us a great deal on new wireless networking gear for us in our station!
More to come, but the rest is on backorder, so stay tuned!☺️ ... See MoreSee Less
Rocky Run Fire Company - Delaware County Station 46 updated their profile picture.
3 months ago
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*****. EVENT CANCELLED*****
The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch until 1am
HE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED TORNADO WATCH 85 IN
EFFECT UNTIL 1 AM EDT SUNDAY FOR THE FOLLOWING AREAS
IN PENNSYLVANIA THIS WATCH INCLUDES 6 COUNTIES
IN EAST CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA
IN SOUTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA
BUCKS CHESTER DELAWARE
THIS INCLUDES THE CITIES OF ATLANTIC CITY, CAMDEN, CENTREVILLE,
CHERRY HILL, CHESTERTOWN, DENTON, DEPTFORD, DOVER, DOYLESTOWN,
EASTON, ELKTON, GEORGETOWN, GLASSBORO, HAMMONTON, MEDIA,
MILLVILLE, MOORESTOWN, MOUNT HOLLY, NORRISTOWN, OCEAN CITY,
PENNSVILLE, PHILADELPHIA, READING, TOMS RIVER, WEST CHESTER,
AND WILMINGTON. ... See MoreSee Less
Corrinne VanCleve Taylor
Congratulations to Brandon Tracey, Mike Courter and Jon Simpson on the occasion of your Fire 1 graduation! Welcome to the next step!! ... See MoreSee Less
***Edited, additional information**
From Aston Police Facebook page, a very similar incident reported today after school. Please see attached screen shot of their Facebook message.
*Public Safety Message* Attempted Luring incidents in our area.
Media Station – Attempted Luring of a Child – 122 South Pennell Road, Middletown Township, Delaware County (PA2018-488109)
On 05/07/18 at 1131 hours PSP Media received a call from an administrator at Glenwood Elementary School who related that a 5th grade student had encountered a male in a white work van who had attempted to lure him into the vehicle. A 10 year old juvenile male, who was waiting for the bus in front of 1016 West Baltimore Pike (Glen Riddle Apartments), related that as he stood alone waiting for the school bus a male suspect drove up to him and asked him if he would like to drive his van. After the juvenile related that he did not, the man took off, headed north on Baltimore Pike. The van was described as white, having no windows, a dented passenger side and red lettering on the side. The juvenile’s father also related that he had seen this particular vehicle parked in the parking lot over the last two weeks. He added that there is also what appeared to be an Autism awareness sticker that was on the side of the van. On 05/04/18 an incident which nearly mirrors this one allegedly took place in a nearby township. The details of the van itself as well as the description of the suspect are nearly identical.
Media Station – Attempted Abduction – 349 Willits Way, Chester Heights Borough, Delaware County (PA2018-479067)
On the above date at 1951 hours, dispatch received the report of a 15 year old female that had a dark skinned(possibly Hispanic) male attempt to lure her to his vehicle. The female related that a white work van pulled up in front of her residence and the male suspect displayed what appeared to be an Amazon package. She related that she had not ordered anything so she should not be the recipient of it. He was persistent, saying that he would then have to contact his supervisor and mark the package as “refused”. Her father was also interviewed at the residence and confirmed that there was no delivery from Amazon expected. The van was described as white, with no windows, a ladder rack and red lettering on the side. The van came from and left towards Mattson Road.
PSP Media is currently following up on leads; however, no arrest has been made. Residents are encouraged to call PSP Media at 484-840-1000 or 911 immediately if a van matching this description is observed or if a similar incident occurs.
Lieutenant James J. Hennigan | Station Commander
Pennsylvania State Police | Troop K – Media
1342 W. Baltimore Pike | Media, PA 19063
Phone: 484-840-1060 ... See MoreSee Less
Philip Berkowich Mike Todd Jr keep your eye open for a contractor vehicle that looks like this.
Rocky Run Fire Company - Delaware County Station 46 is at Goshen Fire Company.
3 months ago
From the “in case you noticed” file.
You may have noticed that “engine 46” doesn’t quite look the same as it usually does.
Our “regular” engine is out for some repair and service work, during which time Goshen Fire Company loaned us an engine so we could continue to deliver our usual level of service.
Thank you to Goshen for assisting us! ... See MoreSee Less
For a moment I thought Lenni Station 54 was back in service 😀
This morning Stations 46, 50 and 104 were dispatched to the area of Riddle Hospital for a vehicle fire.
MICU 104 arrived first and reported an “older style” Volkswagen with an engine compartment presenting with a significant volume of fire.
Engine 46 arrived shortly afterward and extinguished the fire. Squad 50’s crew assisted on the scene. ... See MoreSee Less
Rocky Run Fire Company - Delaware County Station 46 added 3 new photos — at Ridley Creek State Park.
3 months ago
Brush and Engine 46 are currently assisting Edgmont Fire Co with a stubborn brush fire at Ridley Creek State Park.
Photos by Paul Bradfield ... See MoreSee Less
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