Tonight members stood at the position of attention as fallen hero Major Matthew M. Weigand of the Marine Corps was escorted home to Horsham, Montgomery County. ... See MoreSee Less
Haverford Township Recognized as Certified Sustainable Municipality
Haverford Township announced today it is among a select group of high performing municipalities to become certified through the Sustainable Pennsylvania Community Certification program. Haverford Township is recognized at the Gold level of certification for meeting the program's rigorous performance criteria which track 131 policies and practices that define a sustainable community. For more information on this certification, please see: www.haverfordtownship.org/egov/documents/1555332996_00281.pdf ... See MoreSee Less
Use caution if going out tonight. Severe weather is predicted. ... See MoreSee Less
Public Service Announcement for all train crossings, especially for the nearby Union Ave and Wycombe Ave train crossings in Lansdowne.
When the gates are down and the lights are flashing at any train crossing, it means STOP!!!! Do not try to cross the tracks in your vehicle, or as a pedestrian. In this case, one outbound train had just passed through the crossing and the lights remained flashing and the gates were down. A few drivers drove around the gates and they were very lucky. What they didn't know was that the gates stayed down and lights kept flashing because a second train was approaching from the opposite (inbound) side. This is the horrific result when the third vehicle tried to go around the gates, but didn't make it across the tracks in time. Please be patient and obey the signals, so this doesn't happen again. ... See MoreSee Less
Saluting our Hometown Heroes –
ANDREW TUCKER, FIREFIGHTER - Bon Air Fire Co.
For over 5 years Andrew has been a dedicated member of the station who joined the ranks in 2014. Andrew is currently serving in the role of Assistant Engineer and is one of our top Fire Crew Runners.
When asked what inspired him to become a firefighter Andrew answered, “My dad.” In fact, Andrew’s dad, Andy Tucker, is currently serving at Broomall Fire Company and has been for 30+ years. He’s also the Deputy Chief of Marple Ambulance and a full-time paramedic for Medic 103 in Upper Darby. Andrew’s stepmom, Maria Tucker, served as the President of Marple Ambulance and was an EMT for Collingdale Fire Company #1. His stepbrother, Nick Price, is also a member of Broomall Fire Company and volunteers his weekends in UDFD and his grandparents also served at Marple Ambulance.
Outside of the firehouse Andrew works for Dunbar Armored safeguarding all of our fortunes, loves spending time with his girlfriend Cassidy, and of course, following all of Philly’s great sports teams.
Bon Air Fire Company is very proud to have just celebrated 100 years of service to the residents of Haverford. As we thank Andrew for his service we also want to salute all emergency first responders who dedicate their lives to protecting and serving the community. ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats Andrew and good job to Andy and family for being wonderful community care givers.
Congratulations Andrew Tucker!
Nice job Andrew.
Congrats ! Andrew
Nice job Andrew
Tyfys Andrew Tucker
Congrats You earn it. Hard work pays off
Just award EMT of the year for Springfield Twp-144
tyfys Andrew Tucker
Nice job Tuck!
3 weeks ago
Rescue 58 (Assistant Chief Kent) with a crew of six, is currently operating at a two alarm fire on Baltimore Pike in Lansdowne. Please avoid the area of Lansdowne Ave and Baltimore Pike in Lansdowne if able. An additional six members are on standby in the station.
Thank you Michael Toth for use of the picture. ... See MoreSee Less
It is a great day to kick off Hilltop Baseball in Haverford. Bon Air is always honored to support this great organization. ... See MoreSee Less
Del. Firefighter Released from Hospital
A Delaware firefighter is recovering outside of the hospital after being injured in a fire. Now, David Smiley says he can't wait to get back to work. ... See MoreSee Less
I remember the day we got 58-1 brand new. What a nice truck. Still looks great.
heard that saying before
The members of the Bon Air Fire Company would like to thank The American Legion 667 for hosting First Responder Appreciation Day. The hospitality has been top notch. ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight members of the Manoa School Daisy Girl Scout Troop 5403 stopped by to say hello. They were kind enough to bring some cookies so we were happy to show off the station and do some fire prevention activities with them. ... See MoreSee Less
Friends and cookies and fire trucks? 😍
So glad to see your posts so our community can see how important you guys are to all of us! Thanks for all you do!
Colleen Barry Andrea Martin
Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania
We had such an amazing time!! Thank you so much!! 🌼🚒🌼🚒
The Bon Air Fire Company joins agencies across the region is offering our thoughts and prays to Firefighter Michael Bernstein’s family and our Brothers and Sisters in the PFD. ... See MoreSee Less
May he Rest In Peace.
Squad 58 is currently standing by at Collingdale Station 42 while they are operating at a two alarm fire. The Squad was initially due as part of the second alarm and was then redirected to the cover assignment. ... See MoreSee Less