5 Feb 2016
Security Management Magazine: Access to the Firehouse
Firefighting has a deep and proud tradition in southeastern Pennsylvania. In 1736, Benjamin Franklin created a Philadelphia firefighting club in which members pledged to help each other fight fires that struck their homes or businesses. Fire companies and clubs soon popped up all over the city. Ten score and 13 years later and 20 miles to the west, the progeny of one of these fire companies, the East Whiteland Volunteer Fire Association, was established to provide fire, rescue, and EMS services to East Whiteland Township.
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