Brookline Fire Company #3 Station 35

"Proudly Serving our Community Since 1914"

Toys For Tots at Brookline Fire House

Friday, December 14, 2018 at 6PM

Please bring an unwrapped toy.  Santa will be paying a visit!

2019 Dues Drive Letter

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Recently we wrote to you asking for your support of our annual Dues Drive campaign. The dues we receive help in the ongoing training of our volunteers and the purchase and/or maintenance of our equipment; the same volunteers and equipment that are at your service twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

If you have not done so already, please click here to pay your tax-deductible dues today. We need your support. The amounts listed below are recommended amounts. We ask you to contribute any amount that you can afford, and are comfortable with, based on your particular circumstances.

Thank you for your support,
The Officers & Members of the Brookline Fire Company

Brookline Fire Company #35 Service Area Map

Click below to pay your tax-deductible 2019 dues online with PayPal.

1 week ago

Brookline Volunteer Fire Company - Station 35

Today we remember our friend Captain Matt LeTourneau of the Philadelphia Fire Department who died in the line of duty one year ago.

Matt was one of a kind not only to his colleagues in Philly, but also Delaware County as an instructor for our county training center. Matt was also a life member of the Springfield Fire Company where he began his life of service many years ago.

He devoted his life to service, and training his fellow fire fighters both inside the classroom or at the station talking shop. Overall, he treated every member of every department as family, and as equals.

We continue to remember his legacy, and his ultimate goal to “Stay safe”. Our thoughts are with the PFD, SFD and the entire LeTourneau family today, and always.Today we remember Capt. Matt LeTourneau, who gave his life in service to the residents of Philadelphia on Jan. 6, 2018. #NeverForget
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2 weeks ago

Brookline Volunteer Fire Company - Station 35

At the stroke of Midnight the company ended another “run year”. Handling 301 emergency responses within Haverford Township and surrounding mutual aid communities.

Throughout the years we responded to a wide range of simple or challenging incidents. Some routine, others resulting in major operations. This could not be done day by day without the support of the crew, officers, and most importantly the families of the company. We serve a wonderful community, and would not be who we are without this support!

Below are various photos throughout the year including fire incidents, drills, and the sacred honor of laying a brother to rest, one who is still not forgotten.

We hope you all have a wonderful and SAFE new year!
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2 weeks ago

Brookline Volunteer Fire Company - Station 35

Just after 415 this afternoon the dwelling fire was dispatched on Naylors Run Rd in the Llanerch Section of the township. Companies 34 (Llanerch), 35, 58 (Bon Air), and MICU 108 (Narberth EMS) were on the initial assignment. As Chief 34 was responding police arrived and advised of a working fire. Chief 34 requested the redispatch and upgrade of the working fire bringing in Squad 56, and Engine and Ladder 38.

Ladder 35 arrived behind Chief 34 and immediately stretched an attack line to the second floor as Engine 34 arrived dropping a supply line into the scene. Engine 35 arrived with Rescue 58 and began throwing numerous ground ladders and began ventilation. Squad 56 assisted as well upon arrival as company 38 set up as the Rapid Intervention Team.

Crews made quick work of the fire with command placing it under control within 20 minutes. No injuries were reported.

Photos courtesy station 34
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