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Monday Night House Fire
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Tonight the LCFC along with crews from Glenmoore and Lionville responded to a house fire on Trego road at 7:13pm. Due to road conditions from the blizzard crews had to work extra hard to make it to the scene. With the help of a back hoe and road crews, the trek up to the scene was made easier. Upon arrival there was fire in the roof which was quickly contained. Crews from both stations, Ludwigs and Lionville, worked to extinguish the fire and check for extension. Crews from Glenmoore were held at station 73 due to conditions to get to the residence. The scene was cleared the scene around 9:39pm. The LCFC would like to thank Betsy Trego and the Robinson Family for bringing up hot cider and coffee for the crew. Units Onscene Station 73 (Ludwigs): Chief and Deputy 73, Engine 73-1, Brush 73, 73 Fire Police Station 47 (Lionville): Tower 47, Engine 47-5, Utility 47, Engine 47-2, Deputy and Assistant 47 Station 48 (Glenmoore): Engine 48-1, Engine 48-5 Uwchlan Ambulance

The winter storm is here! We are asking that everyone please use caution over the next few days. Please do not use the roads unless you have to and if you are on the roads use extreme caution. We also ask that any person who has a fire hydrant in your area or neighborhood considers keeping them shoveled out. This task will greatly help us in the event of a fire or emergency. Stay safe and HAPPY SNOW DAYS!!

Santa Is Coming To Town!
It is that time of the year. Santa is coming to town!!! Look for the “Santa Stop” signs in your neighborhood and listen for the sirens on Saturday December 19th! Below is a list of all of the stops on the two routes Santa will be taking. There will be a short break in Santa Stops at noon so that Santa and his elves can have a bite to eat. Side 1: (1)Carriage Lane and Surry Lane, (2) Stonehedge and the 2nd Indian Springs, (3) Stonehedge and Deer Haven, (4) Rabbit Run and Fox Chase, (5) Pheasant and Fawn, (6) #1 Fawn, (7) Collingwood Ct. and McGraw Lane, (8) #658 Collingwood Terrace, (9) Collingwood Ct.(in the culdesac) (10) Meadow Creek and Quail Run, (11) Somers and Aran Glen, (12) Saybrooke and Diamond Cir., (13) Saybrooke and Seaberry The Reserve at Eagle, (14) Donovan and Prescott, (15) Benson and Prescott, (16) The club house in the Eagle Hunt Development, (17) Magnolia and Bayberry, (18) Magnolia and Hemlock in Windsor Ridge, (19) Windsor Ridge Club House, (20) Churchill and Mount Rose, (21) Churchill and Harding, (22) Garrison and Cavalier, (23) Pierce and Prospect Hill. Side 2: (1) Stone Rise Apartments, (2) #38 South Iroquois Lane, (3) #13 Seneca Court, (4) North Iroquois Lane by the park, (5) #14 Shawnee Court and North Iroquois Lane, (6) Oneida Court and North Iroquois Lane, (7) #24 Barrington Lane, (8) #87 Barrington Lane Stonecroft, (9) Lilly Pond Lane and Lauren Lane, (10) #38 Daniel Drive, (11) Kyle Drive and Lauren Lane, (12) Lindon Ave. and Fairmont Drive, (13) Fairmont Dr. and Windgate by the Library, (14) Pinehurst and Fairmont, (15) Sweet Birch Lane and Lobella Court, (16) Eagle Farms Rd. and Powell Rd., (17) Cresent Drive, (18) Pinehurst/Fairmont by the gazbo in the park, (19) Fairmont and Windgate behind the park, (20) The Byers Station Club House

The LCFC Open House
On Monday October 5th the LCFC will be opening its doors to everyone!! Come and check out our fire station, trucks and equipment. You will have the opportunity to talk with your local firefighters and learn about fire prevention! There will be food, games and a live demo. Not only will you see alot of fire trucks but also the local police station and ambulance company will be there too. There will be a few door prizes to so make sure the kids are there to enter their names for a chance to win! The open house starts at 7:00pm and goes to 9:00pm! We look forward to seeing everyone!!

Rest In Peace Brian
It is with deep regret that the members of the Phoenixville Fire Department announces the sudden passing of Deputy Fire Chief Brian Gallagher at the age of 59. Brian was a member of Phoenix Hose, Hook & Ladder Co. since 1976, Kimberton Fire Company since 1972, he was the past president of the Northern Chester County Fire Chief’s Association, a past Pennsylvania Fire Academy Instructor, and he retired after 30 years from the Chester County Fire Marshal’s Office. But more than anything Brian was a mentor to many, a friend, a leader and an example of what a great firefighter should be. To all that have ever met him he was inviting and full of a wealth of knowledge. The Ludwigs Corner Fire Company sends its deepest sympathies to the members of the Phoenixville Fire Department and Kimberton Fire Company and to his friends and especially his family.

Phoenixville Fire Department
Auto Accident on Rt.401
Friday, May 8, 2015
Tonight the LCFC was dispatched to an auto accident on Rt. 401 (Conestoga Road) near the intersection of Fairview Road and Rt. 401. One vehicle veered off the road and collided with a tree. Upon arrival crews set up for traffic control and helped in treating the driver who was transported to a local hospital. Units Onscene: Chief 73 (R. Hahn), Rescue 73, Engine 73-1, Traffic 73, Medic 93, Elverson Honeybrooke Area Ambulance Corps., Eagle Service Center and Towing, Pennsylvania State Police

Morning the Loss of a Founder and a Friend
The Ludwigs Corner Fire Company is deeply saddened by the passing of a life and founding member, Henry F. Greiner. He passed away on Friday, May 1, 2015 at his home. Greiner is a family name at the LCFC. Henry, his daughter Jody Greiner Spangler, husband Bob Spangler, grandson Josh Spangler and wife Ashley Spangler and grandson Brian Greiner are all members. Henry was a man who always brought a smile to your face and always let you know how he felt. He along with a few other members of the community helped to start what is our great fire company today. Without his contributions we would not be what we are today. Outside of the fire company, Henry was the owner/operator of Greiner, Inc. in Glenmoore, retiring in 2010. He was a parishioner of St. Elizabeth Church and a member of many civic organizations. He had an overwhelming love of family especially for his grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 8, at St. Elizabeth Church, 100 Fellowship Road, Chester Springs. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in his name to the America Diabetes Association 150 Monument Road, Suite 100, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004, or the American Heart Association , 1617 JFK Blvd, Suite 700, Philadelphia, PA 19103. The condolences, thoughts and prayers of the LCFC goes out to Henry's family and friends. We will miss his smile and laughter and he will always be remembered as a man of great strength and wisdom. Rest in peach Henry we have it from here.

House Fire in West Vincent
Sunday, May 3, 2015
Around 10:30pm on Sunday May 3rd, The LCFC was dispatched to a house fire on St. Anthony's Lane. The West Vincent Police Department was the first on the scene. Upon their arrival they notified that the house was fully involved. Crews rolled up very shortly after and started exterior operations. With the help of neighboring fire companies water supply was set up along with multiple hose lines and master streams to extinguish the fire. A Tanker task force was called in which brought a number of tankers and pumper/tankers to help get more water to the scene. Sadly the whole house was lost. Fortunately no one was home at the time of the fire. One good thing however happened on this night. One dog was able to uplift a gloomy scene to one of joy and amazement. The family dog, Bonnie, who is 13 years old was in the house when the fire broke out. Bonnie was trapped in the house with such immense heat that nobody thought she would be found alive. When starting overhaul operations and heavy equipment brought in to move parts of the collapsed structure a dog came running to the crew. Bonnie was alive! This fire was a large one and crews were onscene till the early morning hours Monday. Units Onscene: Station 73 (Ludwigs Corner Fire Company) Chief 73 (R. Hahn), Deputy 73 (J. Kimes), Safety 73 (M. Blumenthal), Engine 73-1, Engine 73-2, Tanker 73, Rescue 73, Traffic 73. Station 62 (Ridge Fire Company) Station 61 (Kimberton Fire Company) Station 47 (Lionville Fire Company) Station 69 (Twin Valley Fire Department) Station 48 (Glenmoore Fire Company) Station 49 (East Brandywine Fire Company) Station 5 (East Whiteland Fire Company) Station 64 (Norco Fire Company) Pennsylvania State Fire Marshal West Vincent Police Department W. K. Frame and Sons The LCFC would like to thank all of the companies that helped and supported us in all efforts on the scene and at our station.

Congratulations to the Chief
Monday, April 27, 2015
Tonight The West Vincent Township board of Supervisors recognized our Fire Chief, Richard Hahn for his 40 years of service to the Ludwigs Corner Fire Company. Richard is an amazing man. He has dedicated his life to public service from the age of 14. He started all those years ago as a Junior Firefighter at North Coventry Fire Company from there he joined the Army where he did one tour in Vietnam and was awarded a purple heart. He then went to Elverson Fire and EMS where he was a ambulance driver and firefighter. He then made Ludwigs his home in 1974 (two years after the company started). Richard has helped to shape our great fire company into what it is today. He is the best example and role model for up and coming firefighters. He had no clue that he was getting recognized tonight or that everyone was in on it but him. It is a really great that the township took the time to do this for a local who has really given his life to the township. The LCFC would like to thank the Township for their continued support and for recognizing a man who could not be more deserving.

Daily Local News
A Welcome Surprise
From left to right; Richard Hahn (Current Fire Chief), Allen Cleaver (Past Chief), Lou Deputy (Past Chief), and Marty Blumenthal (Past Chief)
   From left to right; Richard Hahn
      (Current Fire Chief), Allen Cleaver
      (Past Chief), Lou Deputy (Past Chief),
      and Marty Blumenthal (Past Chief)
Monday, April 20, 2015
At the fire companies weekly training night tonight the crew was surprised by a familiar face,Lou Deputy. Lou is a LCFC former Chief who has moved out of state in the past few years. It was a great surprise to see him tonight and show him around some of the new additions to the station and updates. It is always great to hear the old stories and reconnect with past members and especially one who has given so much to the company. We miss you Lou and can not wait to see you again!

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