Berwyn Fire Company
Berwyn Fire Company
Berwyn Fire Company
Berwyn Fire Company


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Is Your Fire Hydrant Clear of Snow?
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By Newsdesk
March 21, 2018

With the most recent snowstorm, the Berwyn Fire Company wants to remind all homeowners and businesses to ensure the fire hydrant on your property is clear of snow and visible to first responders. A 3 feet clear radius around the fire hydrant is preferred.

'Adopt Your Fire Hydrant' and ensure it is ready to be used in case a fire strikes in your neighborhood.

Firefighters utilize fire hydrants when the water on the fire truck, typically 500-1000 gallons, is used up and a sustainable water supply is needed to battle a fire.

To report a damaged or leaking fire hydrant contact Aqua Pennsylvania at 877-987-2782 immediately. If you require special assistance clearing snow from your fire hydrant, due to illness, age, etc., don't hesitate to contact the Berwyn firehouse at 610-644-6050 ext. 16 or email info@berwynfireco.org.

(*Commercial and Industrial Building Owners...Your property may have Fire Department Connections (FDC's) attached to your building or somewhere on your property. Please check to make sure that these are clear as well!)

Please help the Berwyn Fire Company and make sure we can see your fire hydrant. Precious time is lost if firefighters can't find your fire hydrant or worse yet have to spend several minutes digging it out if fire strikes.
Please help the Berwyn Fire Company and make sure we can see your fire hydrant. Precious time is lost if firefighters can't find your fire hydrant or worse yet have to spend several minutes digging it out if fire strikes.
Is your fire hydrant buried in the snow? There is a hydrant hidden in this snow bank.
Is your fire hydrant buried in the snow? There is a hydrant hidden in this snow bank.
 

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