Springfield Ambulance Association
On July 1, 2013, at about 9:30 PM Flourtown, along with Barren Hill, Fort Washington and Whitemarsh Ambulance responded to an emergency call that someone had been run over by a train at the Fort Washington Train Station. On arrival, Chief 6 found a female entrapped under the train. He requested additional rescue resources and that SEPTA personnel de-energize the train so the patient could be removed. Fire personnel light the scene and transported rescue equipment onto the tracks. The rescue was completed in about 25 minutes and the patient was transported to Abington Memorial Hospital. Photos by Bob Wilmot, Jr.
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On the Tenth Anniversary of the horrific attacks on the our nation on 9/11/01, the community of Springfield Township gather to remember all those who lost their lives in NYC, at the Pentagon and in Shanksville, PA. Flourtown Fire Company along with the other two township fire companies, Oreland Volunteer Fire Company and Wyndmoor Hose Company, Springfield Ambulance and Springfield Township Police Department were also honored as our local emergency responders. The public enjoyed free food, and information from many community organizations as they have for the last 17 years in beautiful Cisco Park in Erdenheim, PA.
Helicopter Landing – Patient Transfer – because of the heavy snow fall on 2/6/2010 PennStar lands in firehouse parking lot to transfer patient from Springfield Ambulance. Squad 6 on scene for safety.
Photos by Robert Wilmot: