Firefighters spread prevention message at open house
Members of the community turned out to participate in this year’s Yardley-Makefield Fire Company’s Fire Prevention Open House held at the Woodside Fire Station 80 on Oct. 13. The first 10 children were given a complimentary fire prevention teeshirt and many more fire prevention trinkets. Adults operated Hurst rescue tools, cutting and spreading a junk vehicle which was donated to the fire company. Children tried on firefighter equipment, climbed on fire trucks, and extinguished a pretend fire in the fire prevention hose house. It was a great day to come out and meet and greet the firefighters who to protect the community.
Future Yardley-Makefield Fire Company firefighter.
Yardley-Makefield Fire Company Firefighter John Watson assisting a child extinguish a pretend fire in the fire prevention hose house
Yardley-Makefield Fire Company Captain Ryan Matheson assisting a member of the community operating a Hurst rescue tool cutting the windshield of a junk vehicle donated to the fire company.