On Sunday, June 23 at approximately 2:45 am Flourtown Fire Company responded to an automobile rescue, a car into 712 Bethlehem Pike. The car had jumped the curb and stuck the building. A chimney was crushed and fell on the driver’s side of the car. Severe structural damage to the building took place and the driver was unconscious and unresponsive upon arrival of the fire company. A rescue was conducted through the passenger side of the vehicle and the driver was transported by the Springfield Ambulance. Photos by Bob Wilmot, Jr.
Company responded to 1668 Bethlehem Pk. for a odor of electrical burning inside the store. Assisted by the Oreland and Wyndmoor Fire Companies,firefighter found a overheated light ballast to be the cause. Company was in service for 23 minutes.