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15 Year Milestone Reached at UMLY Emergency Services Day
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By Newsdesk
August 9, 2017

BERWYN, PA - On Wednesday, August 9th, Berwyn first responders descended upon the Upper Main Line YMCA in Berwyn for the 15th Annual UMLY Emergency Services Day.

This event brought together fire/EMS organizations, police officers, and emergency management officials to one of the most popular summer camps in the area. Over 250 campers enjoyed a live vehicle rescue demonstration, learned how to use a fire extinguisher, and participated in other fun activities. This was a great opportunity for children to learn about emergency services in their community.

Thank you to the volunteers and staff of the Paoli Fire Company, Radnor Fire Company, Malvern Fire Company, East Whiteland Fire Company, Valley Forge Volunteer Fire Co., Newtown Square Fire Company, Westwood Fire Company, PENNSTAR, Tredyffrin Township Police Department, Easttown Township Police Department, Pennsylvania State Police, Chester County Department of Emergency Services Communications Unit and the Chester County Hazardous Materials Team for making this a successful event.

Special thanks to Tom Door's Exxon of Berwyn for donating two cars for the vehicle rescue demonstration and to Berwyn Pizza for providing delicious food.

We look forward to the 16th!!!

The PennSTAR Flight Program has been a longtime supporter of this event.
The PennSTAR Flight Program has been a longtime supporter of this event.
 
The Chester County Department of Emergency Services Communications Unit showed how first responders communicate and how the County supports them at major incidents with this state-of-the-art unit.
The Chester County Department of Emergency Services Communications Unit showed how first responders communicate and how the County supports them at major incidents with this state-of-the-art unit.
Members of the Chester County Hazardous Materials Team is always a hit with the campers.
Members of the Chester County Hazardous Materials Team is always a hit with the campers.
 
The East Whiteland Fire Company (Engine 5-1) and Westwood Fire Company (Rescue 44) were also a big hit with the campers.
The East Whiteland Fire Company (Engine 5-1) and Westwood Fire Company (Rescue 44) were also a big hit with the campers.
Firefighters from Newtown Square Fire Company (Ladder 41) and Radnor Fire Company (Squad 15) showed the campers their trucks and how to use a fire extinguisher.
Firefighters from Newtown Square Fire Company (Ladder 41) and Radnor Fire Company (Squad 15) showed the campers their trucks and how to use a fire extinguisher.
 
Radnor firefighters showing the campers how to use a fire extinguisher.
Radnor firefighters showing the campers how to use a fire extinguisher.
Valley Forge Volunteer Fire Company (Brush 68) assisted with the firefighter obstacle course.
Valley Forge Volunteer Fire Company (Brush 68) assisted with the firefighter obstacle course.
 
Berwyn and Paoli firefighters performed a vehicle rescue demonstration.
Berwyn and Paoli firefighters performed a vehicle rescue demonstration.
The Chester County Department of Emergency Services Communications Unit and Chester County Haz-Mat Team getting ready for the event to start.
The Chester County Department of Emergency Services Communications Unit and Chester County Haz-Mat Team getting ready for the event to start.
 
The crew of Malvern Fire Company (Ladder 4) was part of the crew that helped to run the firefighter obstacle course.
The crew of Malvern Fire Company (Ladder 4) was part of the crew that helped to run the firefighter obstacle course.
Berwyn and Paoli apparatus showed off their equipment in one of the six stations campers rotated thru during the afternoon.
Berwyn and Paoli apparatus showed off their equipment in one of the six stations campers rotated thru during the afternoon.
 
The end of the annual event culminates with a cool down. Thank to to Radnor for doing the honors this year.
The end of the annual event culminates with a cool down. Thank to to Radnor for doing the honors this year.
The Tredyffrin Twp. Police Dept., Easttown Twp. Police Dept., and the Pennsylvania State Police were a huge hit with the campers.
The Tredyffrin Twp. Police Dept., Easttown Twp. Police Dept., and the Pennsylvania State Police were a huge hit with the campers.
 


 

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