Recent Calls
Wed. Oct 21st 2020
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Station 64 (White Valley VFD) was dispatched by Westmoreland 911 at 10:30 AM for a Ambulance Assist for a tree that had fallen on an individual within Station 64’s district. Crews acknowledged t...
Sun. Sep 27th 2020
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Station 64 (White Valley VFD) was dispatched by Westmoreland 911 at 10:26 AM for a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) with entrapment on William Penn Hwy. and Route 819 within Station 90’s (Forbes Roa...
Tue. Sep 22nd 2020
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Station 64 (White Valley VFD) was dispatched by Westmoreland 911 at 4:10 PM for a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) on Old William Penn Hwy. and Cozy Inn Cut-Off within Station 64’s district. Rescue ...
Mon. Sep 21st 2020
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Station 64 (White Valley VFD) was dispatched by Westmoreland 911 at 8:28 AM for a Motor Vehicle Accident on William Penn Hwy. within Station 90’s (Forbes Road VFD) district. Rescue 64 went enrou...
Sun. Sep 20th 2020
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Station 64 (White Valley VFD) was dispatched by Westmoreland 911 at 9:04 PM for an exhaust fan that had caught fire inside the Murrysville Shop ’n Save within Station 20’s (Murrysville VFC...

Welcome to White Valley Volunteer Fire Department

 

The White Valley Volunteer Fire Department is ran by 100% volunteers in the Municipality of Murrysville

"Serving With Pride Since 1949"

October 4th through the 10th is National Fire Prevention Week! We will be making posts each day on Facebook and here! Check back for our posts to help prepare you and your family members in case of a fire with helpful safety information!

 

With the colder weather moving in over next few months, here are some fire safety tips when it comes to heating your home.

 

We as adults know this, however our children should be taught this as well. Do your part for fire prevention week and show your kids this post and teach them what to do in case this ever happens.

 

 

Here is today's Fire Prevention Week topic..... Smoke Alarms! They are your best friend when it comes to being alerted that there is a fire in your home... Test them monthly and change the batteries twice a year, when the time changes in spring and fall.

 

With the weather changing from warmer weather to colder weather, here is a checklist of things to consider when it comes to keeping your home warm during the colder months.

 

Here are some points to consider for planning in case of a fire.

 

As Fire Prevention Week comes to a close, here is today's fire safety topic. Carbon monoxide.... It is an important topic to learn about. It is odorless and colorless, and cannot be seen, but it is a result of incomplete burning of fuels, and is still very dangerous. Take a look at the info below dealing with carbon monoxide. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for other fire safety and emergency planning topics every month, and as always, stay safe. Thank you for tuning in and viewing these useful tips all week.

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