Brookline Fire Company #3 Station 35

"Proudly Serving our Community Since 1914"

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.

Early this morning Company 35 was dispatched to the beechwood section of the local for a reported CO Alarm. Upon arrival the homeowner advised that the basement CO alarm was activated and that he immediately contacted 911 and evacuated his family.

Upon investigation it was found to be an issue with the homeowners heater system. During the investigation crews found small amounts (in parts per million) at the top of the basement steps, and readings of upwards of 20-22PPM in the area of the heater.

This was yet again another reminder of the importance of CO alarms in your home. It is recommended to have one on every floor of your home especially in the areas of your bedrooms, and utilities.

Crews ventilated the home, awaited the arrival of PECO and turned the property over to the home owner before returning.
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Please join us in wishing a speedy recovery to Captain Dave Smiley of The Minquas Fire Company #1 of Newport, Delaware. Dave was injured battling a 2 alarm house fire in New Castle County following a reported floor collapse. He was shortly after transported to Crozer Chester Medical Center for various injuries.

Many of us know Dave through his passion of fire photography, and he has been to the station along with many other local fire houses to photograph our apparatus. Dave was also one of the primary photographers for our 100th anniversary a few years ago, and went above and beyond for our members.

Get well soon Dave!
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Across Delaware County, the need for volunteer firefighters and EMTs has never been greater. Watch this short video to learn more.
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