Grand Valley Fire Department, along with Spartansburg VFD responded to a fire which was located along the lower portion of a large corn filled silo. The fire was contained to the silo and was extiquished by the efforts of both fire departments. The actual damage to the stored corn has not yet been determined.
November 15th, 2015 / From the Titusville Herald:
ELDRED TOWNSHIP, Warren County — A 17-year-old Grand Valley resident was killed Sunday afternoon on an ATV while trying to avoid hitting a deer.
According to Warren-based state police, the teen, whose name was not released Sunday night, was traveling south of Flat Road, approaching the intersection of Chapel Hill Road, when a deer entered the path of the all-terrain vehicle, around 2:45 p.m.
The teen applied his brakes in an effort to avoid hitting the deer, police said, but he lost control and was thrown from the 2001 Honda TRX 400EX.
Police said the teen was pronounced dead at the scene by Warren County Deputy Coroner Stan Taydus.
State police were assisted at the scene by the Grand Valley Volunteer Fire Department.
May 7th, 2015.Road paving near Grand Valley on May 7th, 2015.
April 24, 2015.
The last few years have been rough on the roads near Grand Valley, PA. PennDot has begun to repair a section of Route 27. We are looking forward to the smoother roads but that will have to wait for awhile, according to a road worker.
The helecopter shown above was sent to The Grand Valley Volunteer Fire Deptment today a around 2:30 pm to transport a patient quickly to an unknown location. The scene of the wreck was just South of Grand Valley, PA.
December 11th, 2014:
The Grand Valley VFD was called
out to help locate a missing hunter that did not return to his residents after
dark. Several volunteers helped to locate the missing hunter by combing the area
of woods where He was thought to possibly have been hunting. The search
included the use of the GVVFD all-terrain vehicle which was used for the