Chester Township Fire Department responded to a local gas station for the report of a vehicle fire. Crews arrived on scene and found a pick up truck partially involved. Crews had a fast knock down of the fire and remained on scene for 30 minutes. No injuries where reported.

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One the night of 11-15-19 Chester Township Fire Department was called to a residence for a dog stuck in the mud near a pond. Crews arrived on scene and found the dog partially submerged in mud. Crews donned life jackets and rope-rescue gear, and made entry into the pond. After 10 minutes, crews where able to free the dog from the mud. Once the dog was freed, crews assisted the owners with washing the mud from the dog.

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On 9/29/19 @ 4:40 am, Chester Twp Fire Dept was dispatched to a report of a structure fire at 4645 Ohio 380. The first engine and tanker arrived on scene at 4:45am and found light smoke conditions to the South side of the residence. Upon efforts of an interior attack fire was located in a down stairs bedroom and an upstairs bedroom.

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12/15/2018 - On the morning of December 15th around 1am, Chester Township Fire Department was dispatched to a vehicle accident on I-71 in the Northbound Lane with unknown injuries. Within Moments after the call, Squad 54, Engine 51 and, Heavy Rescue 57 went enroute to the Scene. Upon arrival, Crews found three vehicles with heavy front-end damage, along with a camper that also sustained damage.
Unfortunately, the driver of the dark-colored vehicle had lost his life and was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver and passenger of the red vehicle had multiple injuries, and had to be extricated from the red vehicle. Accident victims were then transported to local hospitals. Additionally on-scene, we had one other patient which sustained minor injuries, and refused transport.
Chester Township Fire Department would like to thank Clinton-Warren Joint Fire Department and Massie Township Fire Department for providing critical Mutual-Aid at the Scene.

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11/15/2018 - Crews from Chester Township Fire Department were out most of the morning on 11/15/2018 during the ice storm. Crews responded to multiple calls for trees and phone lines down, as well as power lines down in multiple locations.

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11/6/2018 - Fire Crews were called to power lines being down on Oglesbee Road. Upon arriving to the scene, Captain Erbaugh found a large tree down, with live power lines as well as a fire on the ground. Captain Erbaugh called for DP&L to be dispatched. Upon arrival of the Engine, Fire Crews established a safety perimeter around the hot zone. Upon arrival of DP&L, the power was cut and Fire Crews extinguished the fire and cleared the roadway of the fallen tree.

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11/6/2018 - Crews from Chester Township Fire Department were dispatched to I-71 in Warren County to assist Massie Township Fire Department with a two-vehicle MVA (Multiple Vehicle Accident), involving a car under a semi tractor-trailer. 
Upon arrival, EMS Units had one Patient that had minor injuries, and was transported. Fire Crews stabilized vehicles, and set up scene lighting.
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10/31/2018 - Crews from Chester Township Fire and Rescue were called to assist Massie Township with a Multiple Vehicle Accident with Multiple Patients on Harveysburg Road.
Upon arrival, EMS Crews assisted with Patient Care, and Fire Crews stabilized vehicles, established scene lighting, and assisted EMS Crews. Mutual Aid was called to the scene, involving Clinton-Warren Joint Fire and Rescue, Wayne Township, Wilmington Fire Department, as well as Salem-Morrow Fire Departments.



This years Fire Fighter class was filled with some great people from surrounding departments.

One couldn't have asked for a better bunch of guys to go through training with.

A BIG SHOUT OUT to all the other regional fire fighters who came down to help train up "the new guys" and share their years of experience.



The Chester Township Fire Department 2018 Cadet Program kicks off to a great start!

Scott Flynn - Cadet Leader

Scott is a long time resident of the Clinton/Fayette county region.    Scott and his family are very active in the community and they are always willing to lead, mentor, and sacrifice for others.

Scott brings a wealth of Fire Fighter and Peace Officer talents to the table when it comes to mentoring our children with their newly discovered career goals.


Meet two of our most recent Cadets:

Taylor Flynn (pictured below) - Age 14

Taylor is a "go get'r" and he enjoys a wide variety of hobbies.   In addition to his amazing grades, Taylor also runs a business!   He creates vinyl stickers for personal or business use!

When Taylor isn't being an entrepreneur... He enjoys video gaming, working on antique fire trucks, and assisting his family with community outreach.

The Chester Township Fire Department is excited to have Taylor as part of our team!   We look forward to mentoring him along his career path to become a Fire Fighter.