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Robert Fulton Fire Company
2271 Robert Fulton Hwy
Peach Bottom, PA 17563
Non-Emergency: 717-548-8995
Emergency: 911

Its that time of year again winter is here.  Here are some tips that you can use to have a safe winter season. 
The three P’s of Safe Winter Driving:
PREPARE for the trip; PROTECT yourself; and PREVENT crashes on the road.
PREPARE
Maintain Your Car: Check battery, tire tread, and windshield wipers, keep your
windows clear, put no-freeze fluid in the washer reservoir, and check your antifreeze.
Have On Hand: flashlight, jumper cables, abrasive material (sand, kitty litter, even
floor mats), shovel, snow brush and ice scraper, warning devices (like flares) and
blankets. For long trips, add food and water, medication and cell phone.
Stopped or Stalled? Stay in your car, don’t overexert, put bright markers on antenna
or windows and shine dome light, and, if you run your car, clear exhaust pipe and
run it just enough to stay warm.
Plan Your route: Allow plenty of time (check the weather and leave early if
necessary), be familiar with the maps/ directions, and let others know your route
and arrival time.
Practice Cold Weather Driving!
* During the daylight, rehearse maneuvers slowly on ice or snow in an empty lot.
* Steer into a skid.
* Know what your brakes will do: stomp on antilock brakes, pump on non-antilock
brakes.
* Stopping distances are longer on water-covered ice and ice.
* Don’t idle for a long time with the windows up or in an enclosed space.
PROTECTYOURSELF
* Buckle up and use child safety seats properly.
* Never place a rear-facing infant seat in front of an air bag.
* Children 12 and under are much safer in the back seat.
PREVENT CRASHES
* Drugs and alcohol never mix with driving.
* Slow down and increase distances between cars.
* Keep your eyes open for pedestrians walking in the road.
* Avoid fatigue – Get plenty of rest before the trip, stop at least every three hours,
and rotate drivers if possible.
* If you are planning to drink, designate a sober driver



Recent Calls
Thu. Mar 5th 2015
It's that time of year again! Get out you mud boots here is everything you need to know for this year's sale.
Mon. Feb 2nd 2015
At almost midnight last night the company was dispatched to a report of a one vehicle accident overturned in a field. Upon arrival the company found one patient out of the vehicle they helped ambulance 88-1 with patient care and lighting for the state police. Great job by everyone involved.
Mon. Jan 26th 2015
Tonight members showed up to training, the only thing they were told was to dress warm. Upon arrival to the station they were told you have one victim stuck in the center of a pond(an orange ring buoy) on soapstone hill road your time starts now. Crews arrived and successfully retrieved the victim u...
Mon. Jan 26th 2015
Last night while the company was at the station preparing for the potential snow storm they were hit out for a vehicle accident involving a tractor trailer with entrapment. Rescue 89 arrived and stabilized the vehicle. After assessing the driver it was determined that cutting the roof was the only ...
Fri. Jan 16th 2015
Have engine, will travel engine 89-3 assisted a few Maryland companies tonight while they fought a building fire in a junk yard. Engine 3 started in Charleston md. Then traveled to northeast to stand by for them. Thanks to the crew who spent their Friday protecting neighboring communities.