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The Greenfields Fire Company is 100% volunteer and protects Bern Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Bern Township is a 20 square mile suburban/rural township bordering the northwest side of the City of Reading. Our population served is 6900. Our Fire Station is located on Route 183 at the southwest side of the Reading Regional Airport. The Station has 5 bays. 4 front and one rear for airport access. We house 2 Engines, a Brush Truck, A Utility Pick up truck, a Fire Police Trailer, and a Command Unit. We have approximately 20 active firefighters, 3 Chief Officers, 2 Line Officers and 2 Fire Police Line Officers.
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We average 375 Emergency Calls a year. Our primary response area includes residential properties and businesses such as Teleflex Medical, Direct Link Technologies(Berks 911 is located in this Bldg), Classic Harley Davidson, The Reading Regional Airport, Berks County Prison, the County Nursing Home, the Bern Township portions of Blue Marsh Lake and The Saint Joseph Medical Center. Two major highways run through our area; Pa Route 183 and US Route 222. We receive and provide Mutual Aid assistance to Mount Pleasant (30), West Reading (64), Leesport (37), Western Berks (18), the Township of Spring (85), Wyomissing (79), Goodwill of Hyde Park (10), Temple (11) and the City of Reading Fire Department (RFD). We also respond as part of the Zone 2 and 4 Tanker Task Force where we perform tanker fill site duties.


GFC Called to a Report of Wires Down
Friday, October 24, 2014 16:27
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Firefighters from GFC, along with those from Leesport Co. 37 and Mt. Pleasant Co. 30 were dispatched to a report of wires down in the 1500 block of Fairview Drive.
 
Upon arrival, the GFC Crew found that a branch from a tree that was being trimmed had fallen onto a 110/220 volt residential service feed, pulling it off of its utility pole. The wires were lying across the driveway of the residence that the feeder serviced.
 
Since the feeder had been disconnected at the pole, it was no longer energized, and posed no danger. MetEd had been notified, a repair crew was dispatched, and Chief Brian Fisher released the GFC crew.
 
Those responding for the GFC were: Chief Brian Fisher, Deputy Chief Phil Haupt, FF Dave Steffey, Jr. FF Dylan Matz, Fire Police Capt. Charlie Kerschner, and Photographer Steve Spies.
 
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E55 arrives on scene as Fire Police Capt. Charlie Kerschner directs traffic.
   E55 arrives on scene as Fire Police
      Capt. Charlie Kerschner directs traffic.
A branch being trimmed from this tree fell onto the residences electrical utility feed.
   A branch being trimmed from this tree
      fell onto the residences electrical
      utility feed.
GFC Participates in St. Joseph Medical Centerís Health and Safety Circus
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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St. Joseph Medical Center held its annual Pediatric Health and Safety Circus at its Bern Township campus last Wednesday.  The event is designed for pre-school children to learn about such things as food and nutrition, dental health, physical fitness, pet safety, and fire safety to name a few.
 
Among the displays and activities, the Greenfields Fire Company was asked to man a fire safety room where they demonstrated to the children how to “Stop, Drop and Roll if they are on fire. They also showed the children how a firefighter gets dressed, stressing to the children that, although the firefighter in full gear looks scary, he/she is your friend and is there to help you get out of a fire situation.
 
Participating for the GFC were: Chief Brian Fisher, FF Joe Green, FF Dave Steffey, Probationary FF Darian Noll, Jr. FF Dylan Matz, Mt. Penn FF Wolf, Support Unit Lt. Sarah Barnett, Support Unit Member Leigh-Ann Matz, and Photographer Steve Spies.
 
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Jr. FF Dylan Matz demonstrates to the children how a firefighter gets dressed.
   Jr. FF Dylan Matz demonstrates to the
      children how a firefighter gets dressed.
The children watch as Jr. FF Matz gets dressed in his turnout gear.
   The children watch as Jr. FF Matz gets
      dressed in his turnout gear.
Golf Cart Trailer Catches Fire on Northbound Rt. 222 on-Ramp
Saturday, October 18, 2014 10:22
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Firefighters from the Greenfields Fire Co., Mohnton Fire Co. 57, who was standing by at the 55 Station and Temple Fire Co 11. were dispatched to the report of a boat on fire on Rt. 222 Saturday morning.
 
Upon arrival, the crews found that it was not a boat that was on fire, but a trailer that was carrying a golf cart. The vehicle towing it, along with the trailer and the golf cart, were out of traffic, and parked on the on-ramp from northbound Rt. 183 that connects to northbound Rt. 222.
 
For reasons unknown, a tire on the trailer caught on fire causing minor damage to the trailer and the golf cart. The fire was extinguished by firefighters from both companies using the trash line from Mohnton’s Engine 57.
 
The on-ramp to northbound Rt. 222 was closed for about 15 minutes by Bern Township Fire Police while fire crews dealt with the incident. The ramp was re-opened around 10:30 a.m.
 
Those responding for the GFC were Chief Brian Fisher, Deputy Chief Phil Haupt, Assistant Chief Scott Trate, Capt. Mahlon Auker, FF/EMT Amy Auker, Jr Ff Dylan Matz, Fire Police Capt. Charlie Kerschner, and Photographer Steve Spies.
 
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The golf cart is off the trailer after the fire is extinguished.
   The golf cart is off the trailer after
      the fire is extinguished.
Mohnton Lt. Brittany Cummings, right, and Greenfields FF/EMT Amy Auker used the trash line form Mohnton's E57 to extinguish the fire.
   Mohnton Lt. Brittany Cummings, right,
      and Greenfields FF/EMT Amy Auker used
      the trash line form Mohnton's E57 to
      extinguish the fire.
GFC Dispatched to 4 Alarm Fire in Reading
Saturday, October 18, 2014 03:01
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Greenfields Fire Co. 55 was placed on standby at 3:01 a.m. Saturday morning to assist the Reading Fire Department with a structure fire at the old Reading Outlets Building at 8th and Oley Streets in Reading. When the fire went to 4 alarms at 3:53 a.m., Co. 55 was dispatched to report to the scene.
 
Upon arrival, Engine 55 was directed to stage on Nicolls St. between Windsor and Hewson St. Their task was to supply water to Mt. Penn’s ladder truck.
 
The E55 Crew laid a 5” line to from a hydrant on Windsor St. to E55, and then a 5” line was laid from E55 to Mt. Penn Fire’s ladder truck, which was staged at the C-D corner of the involved building.  A total of well over 1000 feet of 5” line was required for this task.
 
The GFC Crew remained on scene throughout the early morning hours supplying water and manpower to the firefighting effort. Extra manpower from the 55 House arrived shortly after 8:00 a.m. to help with hose breakdown and packing. The GFC Crew was released shortly before 9:00 a.m.
 
No injuries were sustained by anyone who participated in the firefighting efforts.
 
The cause of the fire is under investigation and the building is being considered, for the moment, as a crime scene.
 
The Greenfields Fire Co. would like to extend a special thank you to the crew from Mohnton Co. 57 for manning the 55 house during the incident, and for their help with engine 55’s rehab upon its return to the station.
 
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Those responding for the GFC were: Deputy Chief Phil Haupt, Assistant Chief Scott Trate, Lt. Billy Pagan, FF Dave Steffey, and Photographer Steve Spies. GFC Relief Personnel who responded were: Chief Brian Fisher, Capt. Mahlon Auker, FF/EMT Amy Auker, Jr. FF Dylan Matz, and Support Group Member Leigh-Ann Matz.

 
Fire Puts Reading Revitalization Project on Hold
Fire destroys the former Reading Outlets building.
   Fire destroys the former Reading Outlets
      building.
   
Collision with Injuries on Rt. 183 @ MacArthur Rd.
Thursday, October 16, 2014 16:47
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Firefighters from Greenfields Co. 55, West Reading Rescue 64, and Western Berks Ems were dispatched to a two vehicle accident on Rt. 183 and MacArthur Rd., across from Hartman’s Dairy.
 
Upon arrival, the GFC found that a Ford mini delivery van and a Honda sedan had collided in the intersection of Rt. 183 and MacArthur Rd. The two occupants of the minivan were out of the vehicle and on the west shoulder of Rt. 183 being treated by EMS personnel. The operator of the Honda was in the parking lot of the Dairy, and uninjured.
 
Police reported that the minivan was making a left turn from MacArthur Rd. onto southbound Rt. 183 when it was struck by the northbound Honda sedan. The Honda was forced over the west side bank of Rt. 183 where it crashed into the A side wall of the Dairy’s processing plant. The minivan came to rest in the middle of Rt. 183.
 
Bern Township Fire Police directed traffic around the scene while V and M Towing removed the vehicles, and the GFC crew removed debris and fluids from the roadway. Traffic flow was normalized shortly after 5:30 p.m.
 
The accident is under investigation by the Bern Township Police.
 
Those responding for the GFC were: Chief Brian Fisher, Deputy Chief Phil Haupt, Assistant Chief Scott Trate, FF Joe Green, FF Dave Steffey, FF Jenny Reedy, Probationary FF Dalton Noll, Jr. FF Dylan Matz, Fire Police Capt. Charlie Kerschner, Fire Police Officer Jeff Allen, and Photographer Steve Spies.
 
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The Honda sedan came to rest after it hit the A side wall of the Dairy's processing plant.
   The Honda sedan came to rest after it
      hit the A side wall of the Dairy's
      processing plant.
Head-on Collision with Injuries and Entrapment on Rt. 183
Thursday, October 16, 2014 10:50
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Firefighters from the Greenfields Fire Co. 55, along with Temple Co. 11, Township of Spring Co. 85, and Western Berks, Muhlenberg, and Blandon Ambulance were dispatched to a head-on collision on Rt. 183 between Oak Grove Rd. and Barlow Ave. in Greenfields late Thursday morning.
 
Upon arrival, the GFC found that a southbound Subaru Legacy had collided, head-on, with a northbound Isuzu box truck. The driver of the Subaru was trapped in the vehicle, while its lone passenger was able to self-extricate. The driver of the box truck had also self-extricated.
 
Firefighters from Temple Rescue Co. 11 and Greenfields Co. 55, using the “Jaws of Life” rescue tools supplied by Temple Rescue 11, took over 20 minutes to free the trapped driver from the Subaru.
 
The driver of the Subaru suffered several broken bones, and was transported to the Reading Hospital for treatment. The passenger in the Subaru sustained unspecified injuries, and was also transported to the Reading Hospital for treatment. The driver of the box truck refused transport.
 
Bern Township Fire Police, with the aid of Township of Spring Fire Police, closed Rt. 183 between Oak Grove Rd. and Barlow Ave. during the incident. Fire Police were able to route traffic around the scene on a route through Greenfields. Rt. 183 was reopened shortly after noon.
 
The cause of the accident is under investigation by Bern Township Police.
 
Those responding for the GFC were: Chief Brian Fisher, Deputy Chief Phil Haupt, Assistant Chief Scott Trate, FF Terry Royce, Fire Police Capt. Charlie Kerschner, and Photographer Steve Spies.
 
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Engine 55 arrives on scene.
   Engine 55 arrives on scene.
   
Car Strikes Fallen Tree on Rt. 183
Thursday, October 16, 2014 01:37
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Firefighters from the Greenfields Fire Co. 55, along with Mt. Pleasant Co. 30, and Schuylkill Valley EMS were dispatched to the report of a car into a tree on Rt. 183 near Fairview Dr. shortly after midnight Thursday morning.

Upon arrival, the GFC found that a tree had fallen onto the northbound lane of Rt., 183 just south of Fairview Dr., and was struck by a northbound Honda Odyssey.

The driver and lone occupant of the Honda was unhurt and refused transport to a local area hospital for evaluation. The Honda, however, sustained front end damage and had to be removed from the scene by V&M Towing.

The Bern Township Fire Police routed traffic around the scene while firefighters from the GFC, using chainsaws, removed the tree from the roadway.  Once the vehicle was removed, the responding crews cleaned up the debris and vehicle fluids from the roadway.

Normal traffic flow was resumed shortly after 2:00 a.m.

Those responding for the GFC were: Chief Brian Fisher, Deputy Chief Phil Haupt, Assistant Chief Scott Trate, FF Dave Steffey, Fire Police Capt. Charlie Kerschner, and Photographer Steve Spies.

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A tree fell onto the northbound lane of Rt. 183 south of Fairview Dr. early Thursday morning.
   A tree fell onto the northbound lane of
      Rt. 183 south of Fairview Dr. early
      Thursday morning.
A Honda Odyssey struck the fallen tree which resulted in front end damage to the vehicle.
   A Honda Odyssey struck the fallen tree
      which resulted in front end damage to
      the vehicle.
Greenfields Fire Co. Called for Vehicle Fluids on Roadway
Wednesday, October 15, 2014 09:37
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Firefighters from the Greenfields Fire Co. 55, along with Bernville Co. 29, Mt. Pleasant Co. 30, were dispatched for a vehicle fluid clean-up detail at the Southgate Apartments Wednesday morning.
 
Upon arrival, the GFC found the remnants of an MVA in which vehicle fluids had been strewn over an estimated 300 foot area.
 
Firefighters from Greenfields Co. 55 and Bernville Co. 29, with buckets, shovels, and a lawn seed spreader, worked for over an hour, and used over 250 pounds of “Oil Dry” to soak up the spilled fluids.
 
The Bern Township Fire Police closed off the area during the clean-up activities. Normal traffic flow was resumed shortly before 11:00 a.m.
 
Storm drains in the area were not compromised.
 
Those responding for the GFC were: Chief Brian Fisher, Lt. Billy Pagan, FF Terry Royce, Fire Police Capt. Charlie Kerschner, Fire Police Lt Phil Haupt, Fire Police Officer Jeff Allen, and Photographer Steve Spies.
 
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GFC arrived to find vehicle fluids over a large area of the roadway.
   GFC arrived to find vehicle fluids over
      a large area of the roadway.
Lt. Billy Pagan spreads
   Lt. Billy Pagan spreads "Oil Dry" over
      the affected area.
We Opened the House Doors, and the People Came
Monday, October 6, 2014 18:00
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On Monday evening the Greenfields Fire Company opened its doors for its annual Open House. The public was invited to see our apparatus, have some refreshments, pick up some fire prevention materials, and meet the firefighters who staff the 55 House. Games and crafts were also available for the children.
 
Along with the ever popular ”Knock the Tennis Balls off of the Traffic Cones with a Fire Hose” game, the Exeter Township Fire Co. 25 was kind enough to bring us their “Kids Fire Safety House” trailer. This safety house lets people experience what it’s like to be in a smoke filled house during a fire situation. The smoke is harmless, but the visual experience is quite real.
 
In addition to the Fire Safety House, three new activities were added:
 
A “Photo Booth” was set-up where guests could dress up like firefighters and have their picture taken while in turnout gear.
 
“The Chief’s Corner”, where visitors could ask Chief Fisher anything about fire safety or have questions answered about the operation of the 55 House.
 
And, in the Day Room, a continuous video presentation was shown which featured photographs and videos of incidents that the GFC House has responded to so far this year.
 
Special thanks are in order for the following:
 
The Exeter Fire Co. 25 for supplying the GFC with their Kids Fire Safety House, including the manpower to operate it.
 
WEEU Radio 830 and the Reading Eagle for their efforts in promoting our event.
 
The GFC Support Unit headed by Support Capt. Leslie Fisher. She was assisted by Support Unit Lt. Sarah Barnett, along with Support Members Ginger Houck, and Leigh-Ann Matz, who served the refreshments and assisted with children’s games and craft activities.
 
FF Joe Green, for editing the Day Room video presentation.
 
FF Dave Steffey who directed vehicle traffic.
 
Capt. Mahlon Auker and Lt. Billy Pagan who operated the Tennis Ball Game.
 
FF Amy Auker, FF Jenny Reedy, Jr. FF Dylan Matz, and Jr. FF Eli Pagan who guided visitors around the Station.
 
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GFC opens its doors for its annual open house...
   GFC opens its doors for its annual open
      house...
...And the people came.
   ...And the people came.
GFC Dispatched to the report Vehicle Fire on Cedar Hill Dr.
Thursday, October 2, 2014 18:58
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Firefighters from the The Greenfields Fire Co. 55, along with Mt. Pleasant Co. 30 and Bernville Co. 29 were dispatched for the report of a vehicle on fire in the 1000 block of Cedar Hill Dr. in Bern Township early Thursday evening.
 
Greenfields Fire Co. arrived first and found a 2011 Chevrolet Camaro SS with its front end fully engulfed in flame. Firefighters from Greenfields were able to extinguish the fire within minutes, although the vehicle sustained major damage.
 
The two occupants of the vehicle reported to Greenfields Fire Chief Brian Fisher that they had smelled an odor of gasoline prior to seeing smoke coming from under the vehicle's hood.  They immediately stopped and exited the vehicle. Shortly thereafter, the vehicle burst into flames. 
The irony is that the vehicle was scheduled to go in for service the next day due to the engine running rough.
 
No one was injured in the incident and the cause of the fire is unknown.
 
Those responding for the GFC were: Chief Brian Fisher, Assistant Chief Scott Trate, Capt. Mahlon Auker, Lt. Billy Pagan, FF/EMT Amy Auker, FF Jenny Reedy,  Jr. FF Dylan Matz, Jr. FF Eli Pagan, and Photographer Steve Spies.
 
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E55, Car 55, and Brush 55 arrive on scene.
   E55, Car 55, and Brush 55 arrive on
      scene.
The vehicle's front end is fully evolved in flame.
   The vehicle's front end is fully evolved
      in flame.
GFC Dispatched to the report of a Tree on Fire on McCoy Ln.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014 06:55
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The Greenfields Fire Co. 55, along with Temple Co. 11 and Leesport Co. 37 were dispatched for the report of a tree on fire in the 300 block of McCoy Ln. in Bern Township early Wednesday morning.
 
Upon arrival, the GFC found a tree that had been cut into pieces lying on the ground, and on fire. The property owner was trying to extinguish the fire using a garden hose, but with moderate success.
 
Deputy Chief Phil Haupt maneuvered Engine 55 into a position close to the burning logs. E55’s trash line was then deployed by FF/EMT Amy Auker, with the assistance of Leesport Assistant Chief Ryan Kopicz. After applying nearly 1000 gallons of water onto the fire, it was successfully extinguished.
 
It is believed that while the property owner was cutting the tree into firewood the previous evening, heat caused by friction from the dulling chain saw had caused the sawdust to smolder. As the sawdust smoldered throughout the night, it eventually caught fire and ignited several of the larger logs.
 
No one was injured and no citations were issued.
 
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Those responding for the GFC were: Chief Brian Fisher, Deputy Chief Phil Haupt, FF/EMT Amy Auker, and Photographer Steve Spies.

 
The burning logs were of substantial size.
   The burning logs were of substantial
      size.
Engine 55 is moved into position close to the fire.
   Engine 55 is moved into position close
      to the fire.
GFC Dispatched to an AFA at Country Meadows
Monday, September 29, 2014 21:54
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While returning from the Berks County Fire Training Center, after completing an evening of live burn training, the Crew received a dispatch to assist Wyomissing Co. 79 with an automatic fire alarm at the Country Meadows Assisted Living Center on Tulpehocken Rd. in Wyomissing.
 
The GFC arrived, with Wyomissing Co. 79 right behind them.  The Co. 79 crew investigated the situation, while the GFC Crew joined the manpower pool.
 
Co. 79 personnel later reported that they had found that a resident had burned some toast in their microwave oven, and the resulting smoke had set off the building’s fire alarm. The room was ventilated with the use of a portable fan, the alarm was reset, and the arriving Companies were released.
 
Those responding for the GFC were: Chief Brian Fisher, Assistant Chief Scott Trate, Capt. Mahlon Auker, Lt. Billy Pagan, FF/EMT Amy Cabot, FF Joe Green, FF Jenny Reedy, FF Brian Lavenberg, Jr. FF Dylan Matz, and Photographer Steve Spies.  

 
Country Meadows Assisted Living Center.
   Country Meadows Assisted Living Center.
The Crew assembles in the manpower pool. From left: Jr. FF Dylan Matz, Asst. Chief Scott Trate, Lt. Billy Pagan, FF Brian Lavenberg, and FF/EMT Amy Auker.
   The Crew assembles in the manpower pool.
      From left: Jr. FF Dylan Matz, Asst.
      Chief Scott Trate, Lt. Billy Pagan, FF
      Brian Lavenberg, and FF/EMT Amy Auker.
GFC Partakes in Live Burn at the BCFTC
Monday, September 29, 2014 18:20
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The GFC Crew traveled to the Berks County Fire Training Center Last Monday evening to hone their skills fighting actual live fire for their weekly Drill Night.
 
The BCFTC maintains facilities for simulating actual fire scenarios of all kinds. Monday evening’s drill focused on interior firefighting skills in residential structures utilizing the Center’s live burn structure. This is serious training with real fire, real smoke, and intense heat. The exercises are designed to replicate, as much as possible, actual firefighting situations.
 
This session focused on kitchen and basement fires, along with hydraulic ventilation.
 
Those attending the evening’s festivities were: Chief Brian Fisher, Assistant Chief Scott Trate, Capt. Mahlon Auker, Lt. Billy Pagan, FF/EMT Amy Cabot, FFs Joe Green, Jen Reedy, Brian Lavenberg, Jr. FF Dylan Matz, Support Unit Capt. Leslie Fisher, Support Member Sarah Barnett, and Photographer Steve Spies.
 
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This looks like it's going to be a hot one!
   This looks like it's going to be a hot
      one!
Car VS Furniture on Rt. 183
Sunday, September 28, 2014 15:24
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The Greenfields Fire Co. Mt. Pleasant Fire Co. and Schuylkill Valley EMS were dispatched to an MVA where a Buick Century had collided with a chair that had fallen off of a trailer packed with furniture. The accident occurred on southbound Rt. 183 between Hilltop Rd. and Fairview Dr.

Upon arrival, the Greenfields Crew found Bern Township Police and Bern Township Fire police already on scene, and the Buick with its windshield smashed on the driver’s side.

The driver of the Buick suffered minor cuts from flying glass shards and was transported to a local hospital for treatment.  The other occupants of the vehicle were uninjured.

Bern Township Fire Police directed traffic around the scene during the incident.  Normal traffic flow was resumed around 4:00 p.m.

Once the patient was transported, there was no further need for GFC’s services and the crew was released back to the station.

Those responding for the GFC were: Assistant Chief Scott Trate, FF Dave Steffey, Fire Police Capt. Charlie Kerschner, and Photographer Steve Spies



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The vehicle's windshield is smashed on the drivers side.
   The vehicle's windshield is smashed on
      the drivers side.
   
Motorcycle down on Palisades Dr.
Saturday, September 27, 2014 16:57
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The Greenfields Fire Co. Mt Pleasant Fire Co. and Western Berks Ambulance were dispatched to an MVA with a motorcycle down on Palisades Dr. near Blue Marsh Lake Saturday afternoon.

Upon arrival, the Greenfields Crew found a motorcyclist being tended to by Bern Township Police.  Shortly thereafter, EMTs from Western Berks Ambulance arrived and took over the patient’s treatment.  The patient, who suffered minor but unspecified injuries, was subsequently transported to a local hospital for treatment.

Bern Township Fire Police directed traffic around the scene during the incident.  Normal traffic flow was resumed around 5:30 p.m.

The accident occurred when the motorcyclist encountered some loose gravel and lost control of the vehicle.

Those responding for the GFC were: Chief Brian Fisher, Assistant Chief Scott Trate, Lt. Billy Pagan, FF Jenny Reedy, Fire Police Capt. Charlie Kerschner, and Photographer Steve Spies.

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A good reason to wear a helmet.
   A good reason to wear a helmet.
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