nbsp16hrs into the day and the company already has 5 calls. nbspThe night started with our Chief EngineerR. Gallagher calling in a working car fire 50ft into the woods behind his house on Flinthill Rd. While the Engine and Squad were wrapping up from the car firean hour later Asst. Chief Haney was notified of a fire alarm at Glaxo on Swedeland Rd no problem was found. nbspThe members got to a chance for a little rest until 345 this morning when the Co. was alerted for the Ladder to relocate to Station 35Washies as they were on location of an apartment fire in Conshohocken. nbspShortly after standing by the Ladder crew relocated to the scene to help with overhaul and salvage. nbspLadder returned after 2hrs of work. nbspIt was a quiet afternoon till 1530 when the Co was dispatched to an odor of gas inside a residence. nbspLadder and Asst. Chief Smith arrived to find a overfilled oil tank. nbspWhile on scene Asst. Chief Smith was notified of fluids on the roadway in the area of S. Gulph and Weadley Rd. nbspThe Engine and Squad with Asst. Chief Haney responded and found a school bus that lost oil on a large stretch in that area. nbspThe Upper Merion Highway Dept was called to respond with a sand truck. nbspUnits cleared and are ready for the next one.