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1 day ago
October 12th 1992. President Bush and First Lady Barbara Bush visited Springfield Fire Company. ... See MoreSee Less
I remember this! My parents took me to see them speak by the library.
I remember that day well. The Blue Route had been open for only 6 months. Prior to that, motorcades would have to use Rt 420. We happened to be driving on 420 at that time, and there were quite a few folks in Morton and Prospect Park waiting for the motorcade to pass, unaware that the president and First Lady were already in Springfield via the Blue Route.
It’s probably the same day she stopped in Haverford Community Hospital.
I remember Gregg Larish taking a ton of photos of this! He was so happy.
Do not remember this! <3
Springfield Fire Company added 4 new photos.
3 weeks ago
Co 44 just cleared an accident scene at the corner of Springfield Rd and Norwinden. Two vehicles were involved. The company was in service for about 15 minutes. ... See MoreSee Less
The Officers and Members of the Springfield Fire Company welcome you to our web site. The Springfield Fire Company is responsible for the fire protection and fire prevention of approximately 25,000 citizens in the 6.2 square mile area of Springfield Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
The township is comprised of residential neighborhoods, commercial properties, and small industrial facilities all situated in a quiet suburban setting. Operating out of the five-bay, modern fire station at 217 Saxer Avenue, Springfield Fire Company currently utilizes six pieces of apparatus and two chiefs vehicles. You will find this site a very informative and enjoyable place to learn more about the Springfield Fire Company. So grab a comfortable chair and be ready to explore the web site of one of the best firefighting organizations in the nation.