“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.”
Game called "Pullin tools" has begun at the central station for all company drill. John, the training officer, asks each member for a piece of equipment and you gotta find it and share with everyone else. Great game! Chiefs can play too!! ... See MoreSee Less
Indiana Fire AssociationQuick change blade it is not. Better to try it here then in the dark, raining and no wrench!! Great job!!12 hours ago · 1
Indiana Fire AssociationYou can take a Paramedic out of the ambulance but can he put a traffic sign together!! He did and did a great job!12 hours ago · 2
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While at the station today I took a peak at the ceiling in the Association and floors in the conference room! Almost forgot about the railing! We have railing outside in the porch! Awesomeness! ... See MoreSee Less
Indiana Fire Association added 6 new photos.
WE HAVE CEMENT!! The first truck has arrived and we have CEMENT! Great job by Matt and his crew!! Thanks for the great work! ... See MoreSee Less
Mike NannaIf you would have called Kennedy's we would have brought you concrete. I'm positive it will last longer.13 hours ago
My peeps tell me that cement is being wheeled in one wheel barrow at a time! Stay tuned for some pictures! ... See MoreSee Less
Volunteers of the Association responded for a commercial fire alarm at Indiana Regional Medical Center. Hospital security searched the building prior to the Association response but had the fire fighters walk thru to double check. Crews were on scene for less than 30 minutes. ... See MoreSee Less
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GOT CEMENT? Everything is in place and people are poised to strike! Soon, very soon... ... See MoreSee Less
Indiana Fire Association added 5 new photos.
Quick update on the new building at 501 Philadelphia Street. The inside is quickly nearing the end. Paint is drying, crews are sweeping up, lights are installed and the finishing touches are nearly complete!
As for the outside of the station we have some very exciting news about the final piece: The apron!
As we speak the apron is getting insulation, rebar and tubing to run heat in! Yes, you heard me: HEAT! The apron and sidewalk all the way to the street will be controlled by modern science and will automatically detect when it needs to turn on and melt away any snow!
We hope this will free up our volunteers for more important tasks!! ... See MoreSee Less
Residents of the Association's response area can notify the 911 center when they intend to burn on a non-emergency number of 724-349-1428. ... See MoreSee Less
Volunteers of Company 1 responded to an unknown fire on Cunningham Road, Armstrong Twp. Crews arrived on scene to find a controlled burn. ... See MoreSee Less
Volunteers of the Rescue Squad responded to a vehicle accident, vehicle into a tree, 4000 block of Route 422 West, Armstrong Township at 0640 a.m.
100 Chief Scott Schuller responded as the OIC along with Engine 108 from the White Township Station and Rescue 105 / Utility 115 from the Central Station.
Upon crew arrival the operator of the vehicle was found out of the vehicle and being treated by Citizens Ambulance Service.
IFA canceled other responding units and informed 911 via radio of the poor road conditions. Units were on scene less than 30 minutes. ... See MoreSee Less
Volunteers of the Rescue Squad responded to a vehicle accident with unknown injuries or entrapment on Parkwood Road near Hickory Road, Armstrong Township at about 0536 am.
First Assistant Fire Chief Thomas Moreau responded as the OIC along with Fire Chief Scott Schuller, Engine 108 from the White Township Station and Rescue 105 from the Central Station.
Upon arrival crews found the operator out of the vehicle and being evaluated by Citizens Ambulance Service on scene. Crews found Parkwood Road to be covered in ice and extremely hazardous.
Crews on still on scene waiting for PSP Indiana. ... See MoreSee Less
Courtney BrandonThank you for your help! This is my fathers truck.... this spot has had numerous rollovers in the past. Yet no quardrail has been put up.1 week ago · 5
Glenda MillerWhat about that that awful left turn onto Hickory where you have to pull far up because of tall grass and scrub on an irresponsible homeowner's property, or people just come flying down around that bend. When I slow to almost a stop there to make the left onto Hickory from Parkwood, everyone behind me almost crashes into my bumper or is mad.1 week ago · 1
Volunteers of Company Four responded to a gazebo on fire, Church Avenue near Homestead Street, White Township.
First Assistant Fire Chief Thomas Moreau responded as the OIC along with Engine 102 from the Central Station and Engine 108 from the White Township Station.
Upon arrival crews found a completely involved gazebo fire behind the residence. The gazebo was a complete loss and the house suffered some heat damage.
No injuries were reported and crews remained on scene less than 30 minutes. ... See MoreSee Less
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Volunteers of Association responded with the Creekside Volunteer Fire, the Elderton Volunteer Fire Company, the Marion Center Volunteer Fire Company and the Plumville Volunteer Fire Department for a barn fire, Five Points Road, Armstrong Township.
The barn was a complete loss but no injuries were reported.
Special shout-out to Michael Santos for his long distance assistance. ... See MoreSee Less
Brian BurnsSupport your local VFD!! Not many people VOLUNTEER to leave their families on a cold night like last night.1 week ago · 5