Multiple-Alarm Fire Destroys White Township Printing Plant

More than 170 firefighters from four counties responded to a multiple-alarm fire that destroyed a printing plant in White Township, Indiana County, PA, on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2012. The fire caused $75 million in damage and left more than 200 employees out...


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From Indiana Fire Association Chief Charles Kelly: “The Indiana Fire Association would like to say thank you to everyone who contributed in some manner that day. All the firefighters, EMS personnel, Indiana Pennsylvania State Police, Indiana Borough Police, 911 dispatchers, Indiana County EMA, American Red Cross, Salvation Army, Pennsylvania American Water Co., Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Indiana Borough Street Department, White Township Street Department and several others who may not be mentioned, your efforts are greatly appreciated.”

 

JAY K. BRADISH/IFPA, Firehouse® news editor, is a former captain in the Bradford Township, PA, Fire Department. He has been a volunteer firefighter and fire photographer for more than 25 years.