SHANKSVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
"FIRST DUE ON 9/11 TO UNITED FLIGHT 93"
MEMORIAL IN FRONT OF FIRE STATION. CROSS SECTION OF THE WORLD TRADE CENTER NORTH TOWER.
PRESENTED TO STATION 627 IN AUGUST 2008 BY THE F.D.N.Y. FIRE FAMILY TRANSPORT ORGANIZATION
Shanksville is a small, quiet, and hardworking rural town in the Laurel Mountains of Western Pennsylvania. The town has a population of 250 people. Located within the Borough, the Shanksville Volunteer Fire Department provides fire, emergency medical services (EMS), and various types of rescue, including SCUBA. The Department covers a fire district of approximately 62 square miles with an approximate population of 2,500. This includes 3 municipalities: Shanksville Borough, Indian Lake Borough, and Stonycreek Township. We also provide emergency services for 15 miles of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The Shanksville Volunteer Fire Department currently has 28 active members.
LUMINARIA AT FLIGHT 93 NATIONAL MEMORIAL SEPT. 10, 2013
Shanksville Volunteer Fire Department
P.O. Box 161
625 North Street