“It is the mission of the Indiana Fire Association is to protect the lives and property of the residents of the Indiana Borough, White Township and surrounding Communities by providing the highest quality fire suppression and rescue services. We will continue to seek new opportunities to serve our neighbors and to strive for excellence in the services we provide, through continued education and training.”
2 days ago
Volunteers of Companies 3 & 4 are responding to a commercial fire alarm, 500 Lenz Road, Cornerstone Worship Center, White Township. ... See MoreSee Less
Indiana Fire Association added 5 new photos.
1 week ago
Volunteers of the Association responded to a brush fire yesterday in Whites Woods, White Township.
Crews found an area burning, probably 100 feet by 75 feet, well off the roadway. Crews were hindered by the terrain and the weather. It was HOT!
But the crews did a great job and quickly extinguished the fire.
Everyone is reminded that conditions are perfect for brush fires. Please be cautious!! Thanks!! ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Thank you to the 1st graders and teachers from East Pike Elementary school for stopping at our new station as part of your community field trip day! We enjoyed having you and we hope you had fun! ... See MoreSee Less
Looks like the next generation of fire fighters
that is great
1 week ago
Volunteers of Company One are responding to a brush fire on Whites Woods Trails, Indiana Borough. ... See MoreSee Less
Indiana Fire Association added 23 new photos.
2 weeks ago
Volunteers of the Association participated in some vehicle rescue training at the White Township building. Good training and a good time! ... See MoreSee Less
Volunteers of the Association are conducting some vehicle rescue refresher at the Indiana Springs Station. Here, Lieutenant Craig Levine cuts the door and makes for patient access. ... See MoreSee Less
Volunteers of Companies 2 & 3 are responding for a commercial fire alarm, Grapevine Restaurant, 1155 Wayne Avenue, White Township. ... See MoreSee Less
Volunteers of Company One are responding to a vehicle fire, Acorn Street, White Township. ... See MoreSee Less
the car fire is the best kinda fire. it's like a quickie...in & out. play it up & split...
Volunteers of the Association are headed to Sleepy Hollow Road, Rayne Township for wires down on the roadway. ... See MoreSee Less
Volunteers of Company Two are responding for traffic control for a vehicle accident, Oakland Avenue at Eat-N-Park, White Township. ... See MoreSee Less
At 1805 hours, the Indiana County 911 Center activated the Indiana Fire Association to assist Armstrong County Station 50 (Elderton) with a commercial structure fire at the Keystone Generating Station off State Route 210 in Armstrong County.
First Assistant Fire Chief Thomas Moreau responded as the OIC along with Fire Chief Scott Schuller, Ladder 101 and Utility 115 from the Central Station and Engine 108 from the White Township Station.
FAFC Moreau arrived on scene and spoke with 50 Command who asked for aerial operations to suppress fire inside a multi-level building being demolished.
Ladder 101 arrived on scene and took up a position next to the structure. Engine 108 arrived and established a drafting operation from a nearby retention pond and provided water for fire suppression efforts. It was an ugly hole but they proved they weren't scared. No one will ever accused us of having parade pieces. GREAT JOB!!
IFA remained on scene for just over two hours. We didn't break anything and no injuries were reported.
Special thanks to Kiski Township Fire Department for lending us some equipment to make the draft operation a success!
Again, a great job by all the volunteers involved!! ... See MoreSee Less
Nice to see city engines drafting. Something you don't get to do often
Good job to all the fellow fire fighters from each and every station that was there fighting the fire and the ones at different hall for stand by
Job well done everyone.
Well done firefighters. Always a great things to see a successful suppression. No injuries, no damages hear. A job well done 100
Great Job, Glad You All Came Home Safe.
i am glad every thing is ok
Doug Henry John Rainey
Volunteer of Companies Four & One are responding to a commercial fire alarm, 200 Clairvaux Drive, Clairvaux Commons, White Township. ... See MoreSee Less