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Administrative Officers

President: Randy Dailey

Vice President: Glenn Pritchard Jr.

Secretary: Glenn Pritchard Sr.

Ass't Secretary: Arthur Sneed

Treasurer: Robert Guckert

Ass't Treasurer: Rebecca Mikulan

Board Members:

Dylan Jackson

William Turkovich

John Plazek

Line Officers 

Chief: Glenn Pritchard

Ass't Chief: Randy Dailey

Captain: Glenn Pritchard, Jr.

1st Lieutenant: William Turkovich

2nd Lieutenant: Brandon Montrey

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Wed. Dec 3rd 2014
Good Bye Becky!

Tonight, at the monthly meeting the company accepted the resignation of current secretary and firefighter Becky Pritchard. Be...

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Wed. Oct 8th 2014
New Tool added to the Rescue "Tool Box"

Recently, the members decided to purchase a new MPD otherwise known as a multi purpose device for rope rescue evolutions. Thi...

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Wed. Jul 23rd 2014
Rope Practice

Wed Night Member went up the high school to practice some low angle rope rescue.They practiced setting up 3:1 haul systems an...

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Bellevue Volunteer Fire Company
537 Bayne Avenue
Bellevue, PA  15202

Non-Emergency:

412-766-7455

Emergency:

911

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Illegal Fire makes 8 Children Sick at Bellevue Elementary School
Wed. Apr 25th 2012

At approximately 1320 this afternoon, Bellevue PD began receiving reports from staff at the Bellevue Elementery School of someone burning in a burn pit in a residence next door to the school causing smoke and the odor with it to begin entering the school gymnasium. With Bellevue PD units unavailable, Engine 108 was alerted to the run to investigate. Upon arrival at the residence on South Howard a small, unattended fire was found in the backyard of the residence next to the school. The Engine Company extinguished the fire and informed the homeowner of the situation and ordinances regarding burning in the borough.

After clearing the fire, the Engine Company thought it a good idea to drop by the Elementary School and investigate to see if the smoke and odor had cleared from the gymnasium area. Upon entry crews found no more evident odor or visible smoke. However, crews were also alerted that multiple children had been taken to the nurses office with symptoms ranging from anxiety to chest pain to shortness of breath to asthma attacks as a result of the smoke. The Engine crew made their way to the nurses office and were met with a room full of students totaling eight (8) that had become sick as a result of the smoke. 108-45 (Turkovich) immediately relayed this information and requested a medic unit response from Station 192. The Engine Crew (Davin, Horlick, Jackson and Turkovich) immediately set up for triage operations and began evaluating the students. A short time later 108 Lieutenant 1 (Pritchard Jr.) arrived on scene and assumed the Triage Command.

Units remained on scene for over an hour evaluating students, assisting with contacting pt's parents/guardians, assisting with pt packaging, extrication and logistical support. A total of eight (8) students were seen by the Engine Company. Six (6) students were released into the custody of their parents/guardians with minor symptoms and follow up with their Primary Care Physician and two (2) were transported for precautionary reasons to Children's Hospital in Bloomfield.

A great job to all Bellevue Firemen, NorthWest EMS personnell and Bellevue Elementary School staff for a job well done!




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Yearly Call Volume

2014 Total: 780

Fire: 306

QRS: 474


2013 Total: 941

Fire: 347

QRS: 594


2012 Total: 933

Fire: 343

QRS: 590


2011 Total: 866

Fire: 350

QRS: 516

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Recent Call Volume
 FireQRS
Jan-15516
Dec-141133
Nov-141567
Oct-143035
Sep-142631
Aug-142519
Jul-142433
Jun-143220
May-142821
Apr-142141
Mar-142645
Feb-142345

Total

266

406

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