Radnor Fire Company, Mutual Aid Companies Rescue One And Contain 2-Alarm Blaze Early Saturday In Wayne
By NewsDesk
July 6, 2019

Radnor, PA (July 6, 2019) - Radnor Fire Company and local mutual aid companies were dispatched at 12:23 a.m. Saturday to reports of smoke coming from a house with possible entrapment in the 300 block of Louella Avenue in Wayne.

Radnor and Berwyn Fire Companies were first on scene and found heavy smoke and fire coming from the first floor of a large, three-story Tudor. Quint 15, Engine 15-1 and Engine 2-3 went in service with lines to the first floor and basement.

Radnor and Berwyn crews performed a primary search of the second floor and rescued one resident who was transported to a local hospital for smoke inhalation. A second alarm was struck at 12:37 a.m. bringing additional companies and crews from neighboring areas.

Crews were able to contain the fire to the basement and a first-floor study. The fire was put under control and fire fighters worked throughout the night performing overhaul, ventilation and ensuring the fire had not extended to other areas of the residence.

All crews were cleared from the scene around 4 a.m.

Radnor Fire Company would like to thank the following fire companies for their assistance:

Berwyn Fire Company
Bryn Mawr Fire Company
Gladwyne Fire Company
Ardmore Fire Company
Paoli Fire Company
King of Prussia Fire Company
Narberth Ambulance
Marple Township Ambulance
Newtown Square Fire Company

Also assisting on scene were the Radnor Police Department, Radnor Township Codes Enforcement, and the Pennsylvania State Police.

Thanks also to Brookline Fire Company, Manoa Fire Company and West End Phoenixville Fire Company MICU 67 for covering at Radnor Fire Company during the fire.