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Cochranton Volunteer Fire Dept & Ambulance Service shared Erie PA Fire News's post. ... See MoreSee Less

(07:16) Corry Dept 10- Inter-County mutual aid to the City of Titusville, Crawford County. 116 Diamond St. Commercial structure Fire. Corry Ladder 109 assisting.

6 days ago  ·  

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Cochranton Volunteer Fire Dept & Ambulance Service shared Firefighter Proving Grounds's video. ... See MoreSee Less

TextBook Peaked Roof Operations! This video from shows a great example of how peaked roof operations should be conducted! Key points: Teamwork- You should never be operating alone. While one is cutting the other firefighter is backing him up, watching their footing, and listening to radio transmissions. Sounding with a tool- checking stability of the roof through out the operation. How hard you ask? As hard as you can! You want to simulate body weight of a firefighter so hit it hard! Adequate vent hole- cutting an adequate vent hole above the fire location. Then pulling the roofing material up and pushing down the ceiling to properly vent the fire area! Get Off! - once you have done your job safely leave the roof. There is no point standing around! Check your path back to a ladder while continuing to sound where you are going! Also always make sure someone is properly holding or butting the ladder when your team comes down. Peaked roof operations are extremely hazardous! But with proper size-up and teamwork they can truly help firefighting operations. Nice work to the firefighters on the roof - From members of @ffprovinggrounds

2 weeks ago  ·  

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Cochranton crews responded to a camper vehicle fire this afternoon on the Franklin Pike just afternoon noon. Crews arrived to find the camper home fully involved and extending the the residence. The Engine crew knocked the fire down and kept the fire from extending to the home with only minor damage. The camper was completely destroyed. West Mead 1 assisted Cochranton crews on scene. ... See MoreSee Less

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Welcome to Cochranton VFD

Cochranton Volunteer Fire Department serves the small town of Cochranton, located in Northwestern Pennsylvania, Crawford County.  We provide Fire, Rescue, and Ambulance services to the residences within our community. We cover approximately 300 square miles within 3 counties.

This area includes; Residential, Farmlands, and Light Industrial.  We are completely volunteer and run an average of 450 calls a year.

Find out more about our Officers, look at photos, or check out our apparatus using the links on the left.  Also, if you’re looking for a great meal, check out the Station 4 Firehouse Grille!

American Heart Association Training Site

We are an American Heart Association Training Site for CPR / ACLS / PALS.  For classes, contact Chief Dan Bresee at (814) 425-3660 or Asst. Chief Eric Danielson at (814) 853-0414.

CPR classes we can teach:

  • Friends and Family – which is a public class that teaches basic CPR with a “hands only” approach
  • HeartSaver CPR / First Aid / AED – which is a more advanced class teaching the utilization of the AED and Basic First Aid techniques until the EMS folks arrive
  • Healthcare Provider – anyone with a certification or license for healthcare is required to have this training on a biannual basis. EMT / Paramedic / Nurses / PHRN / Physicians.

We will come to you to teach classes on an individual basis or group basis.  Please call for pricing. We may also acquire books if they are needed.

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