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Coraopolis Volunteer Fire Department

Allegheny County Station 127

The Coraopolis Volunteer Fire Department currently has 17 active members who stand ready 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to serve the community. The department's active fleet encompasses four apparatus including an Engine, Rescue Engine, Truck, and Utility Vehicle. The department also has an additional engine and truck in reserve. Many of our members hold certifications such as vehicle rescue, trench rescue, and hazmat operations.

Station 127 is located on Fourth Avenue in Coraopolis with an auxiliary station located on First Avenue. In addition to fire protection, the department offers additional services such as fire prevention training for schools and organizations. For more information, contact Fire Chief Charles Spencer Jr. The continued support of the community is greatly appreciated!

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Friday, June 24th, 2022
Station 127 and Station 205 responded to a report of a smoke detector going off in a apartment. Food left unattended burnt on the stove. A fan was used to clear smoke from the apartment.
Friday, April 8th, 2022
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Station 127 is expecting delivery of our new Rescue Engine from Sutphen sometime in May.
PFBC Swift Water Awareness
HAZMAT Awareness
Robinson EMS
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