BROOMALL–From the arrival to the end of Sandy's rampage in Newtown Township, the Newtown Township Police Department received a total of 135 emergency calls for service during the storm.
The 135 calls were made between 8 a.m. Monday, Oct. 29, to 8 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31.
The following is a list of some of the larger number of calls that were received by Newtown police:
- 32–Road hazard (trees and wires down) calls
- 24–Fire call (assist the fire company with wires on fire)
- 17–Alarm calls
- 11–Miscellaneous reports
- 7–Medical emergencies
- 3–Motor vehicle accidents
- 2–Criminal mischief
According to Newtown police Lt. Chris Lunn, no major incidents occurred during Hurricane Sandy.
Read how many emergency calls were received by Marple police here.