Join us on Saturday, August 27,2016 at 1:00 P.M. for a time honored tradition of housing our new fire apparatus! Truck 24, Tanker 24, and Ambulance 24-1 will all be housed in appropriate fashioned that dates back to the 19th century. Judging of fire apparatus will take place at Kennett High School in the morning.
Leon Spencer will kick off the ceremony with the National Anthem, followed by blessing ... (Full Story & Photos)
Kennett Fire Company proudly presents our new Truck 24. A Pierce 95' Midmount Tower Ladder on an Arrow XT chassis. We greatly appreciate all of the support from Kennett Borough, Kennett Township, neighboring agencies, and our community for making this happen and joining us in the welcome of our new piece! The members here are very excited to put the new apparatus in service this fall.
Station 24 was dispatched to assist station 23 on a house fire. Crews arrived and made access into the house with hand lines to extinguish the fire. Engine 24-1 was the second engine in, took the driveway per command's orders, and extended a hand line through the garage to protect the 'D' side of the structure. Cause of the fire remains under investigation. ... (Full Story & Photos)
Each year, an average of over 140,000 fires start in our forests, grasslands and other outdoor areas destroying homes and thousands of acres of land. Don’t add fuel to the fire! Learn the best ways to prevent brush fires and how to protect your home from getting caught in the blaze.
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Today, Capitol Fire Training came to Station 24 to teach Kennett about some basic and advanced forcible entry techniques. This will help us overcome entering buildings with locked doors, should we need to investigate a probably fire condition. Crews had a blast and even got to train in a little bit of snow!