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Ringing Hill Fire Volunteers Train In Swelter

20150719-RingingHillFireTraining2TRAINING TO BE READY, HOPING THEY WON’T BE NEEDED – Drivers (right, and above) with Lower Pottsgrove’s Ringing Hill Fire Company, 815 White Pine Ln., endured the Sunday morning (July 19, 2015) high heat and humidity to train with their aerial (below) and engine apparatus, Tower 59 and Engine 59, in a vacant parking lot. During 2014 alone, according to township Fire Marshal Lew Babel, Ringing Hill volunteers responded to 366 calls, representing more than 273 hours of company assistance and more than 1,700 hours of personnel service. Together with the Sanatoga Fire Company and other first responders, they dealt last year with structural fires in the township that resulted in damages valued at almost $900,000.


Photos from Ringing Hill Fire Company via Facebook

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