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Friday, August 16, 2013

Coudersport Dispatched To TC Specialties

Photo by Al Lacher courtesy of Potter Leader-Enterprise
Coudersport Dispatched To TC Specialties
At 2:25 PM on Friday, Coudersport Fire Dept. has been called to T C Specialties at 17 South Main Street for a possible electrical fire. Caller reports smell of electrical smoke, unable to locate.
Firefighter on scene almost immediately establishing command. Nothing showing. 
2:48 PM--COMMAND REPORTS FIRE UNDER CONTROL 
3:10 PM--FIRE OUT--UNITS RETURNING

6 comments :

Anonymous said...

Firefighter on scene almost immediately establishing command.

Gimme a break.

Solomon's words for the wise said...

Incident: 2013 - 20138 Type: FIRE / SMOKE INVESTIGATION
Location: 17 S MAIN ST
Info as of: 8/16/2013 7:35:09 PM
Responding Unit Activity:
2:26 PM Fire F48 DISPATCHED
2:26 PM Fire C48 RESPONDING
2:26 PM Fire C48 COMMAND ON SCENE

You can't get much faster than that.

Chief Phelps said...

OK Anonymous...Fact..Tioga County Dispatched the call at 14:26:01 (that is 2:26pm) and yes I was on scene @ 14:26:33(2:26:33pm)...what do you need a break on...NOT POSTING your NAME ? Not volunteering?
Chief Phelps

Anonymous said...

C.V.F.D is doing great things these recently. This dedicated group of people deserve respect. They have EARNED it! Thank you for all that you give!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Really? Comment on the time the chief arrived? Would you have been so snarky if the call were at your house? Thank God we have these people in our town. Volunteers, by the way. All of them. Shame on you.

Michelle W. said...

Thanks for all you do Brian!