Monthly Calls
 Month
Fire
 Jan
37
 Feb
32
 Mar
28
 Apr
34
 May
38
 Jun
44
 Jul
43
 Aug
19
 Sep
 Oct
 Nov
 Dec
 Total
275

Calls By Year
Year
Fire
2014
405
2015
435
2016
507
2017
523
2018
542
2019
506

At 0416 this morning, The Squad and Engine assisted West Shore Bureau of Fire with a house fire in Wormleysburg. The engine arrived and reversed laid a supply line from Engine 213 to the hydrant while the crews from both rigs worked with Co.13 and Harrisburg Truck 2 to extinguish and open up from a small fire. ... See moreSee less

At 0416 this morning, The Squad and Engine assisted West Shore Bureau of Fire with a house fire in Wormleysburg. The engine arrived and reversed laid a supply line from Engine 213 to the hydrant while the crews from both rigs worked with Co.13 and Harrisburg Truck 2 to extinguish and open up from a small fire.

 

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You guys have been non stop lately. Dedicated volunteers. Keep up the good work !

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Tuesdayโ€™s training consisted of members reviewing new appliances acquired through a grant to be carried on the apparatus. After which, a scenario was put in place for members to perform a split lay and supply an attack piece with an adequate water supply. The company had 18 members participate. ... See moreSee less

Tuesdayโ€™s training consisted of members reviewing new appliances acquired through a grant to be carried on the apparatus. After which, a scenario was put in place for members to perform a split lay and supply an attack piece with an adequate water supply. The company had 18 members participate.

 

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Thank all the volunteers for training and being there when we need them.

Love our fire departments!

Thank you for working to keep us safe

Yesterday afternoon around 1230 EPFD, Hampden Township Fire, EPEMS and EPFP were sent to the 1000BLK of Valley Road for an accident with a vehicle into a structure. C5 arrived first to find a car had driven through the side of a farmers market style outbuilding. The occupant had self extricated prior to FD arrival. Command scaled the box back to Squad 20, E217 and EMS. Crews secured power to the building and controlled hazards before returning. ... See moreSee less

Yesterday afternoon around 1230 EPFD, Hampden Township Fire, EPEMS and EPFP were sent to the 1000BLK of Valley Road for an accident with a vehicle into a structure. C5 arrived first to find a car had driven through the side of a farmers market style outbuilding. The occupant had self extricated prior to FD arrival. Command scaled the box back to Squad 20, E217 and EMS. Crews secured power to the building and controlled hazards before returning.

 

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Good job to all

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Congratulations are in order as FF/DO Zachary Brougher graduates from the career fire academy for Frederick County Fire & Rescue in Maryland today. ... See moreSee less

Congratulations are in order as FF/DO Zachary Brougher graduates from the career fire academy for Frederick County Fire & Rescue in Maryland today.

 

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Congratulations Zach! So proud and grateful!

Great job Zach.

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congratulations keeping up the family tradition

Congratulations Zach!

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Congrats Zach. Good job.

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This afternoon, The company extinguished a farm tractor and small field fire in the first due. The Engine, Tanker, Brush and Chief operated for 30 minutes before returning. ... See moreSee less

This afternoon, The company extinguished a farm tractor and small field fire in the first due. The Engine, Tanker, Brush and Chief operated for 30 minutes before returning.

Wednesday afternoon, the company with assistance from Tanker 17 and Perry Brush 6 extinguished an outside fire containing a pile of used tires in a wooded area. ... See moreSee less

Wednesday afternoon, the company with assistance from Tanker 17 and Perry Brush 6 extinguished an outside fire containing a pile of used tires in a wooded area.

 

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Thank you, too close to home

Here are some helpful facts to know for the case you may ever need to call 9-1-1.

1. Know your address or the address your at.

2. Know the municipality you are located in if possible. This means the Township, Borough or City.

3. When the call taker answers, let them ask the questions to ensure a timely process of the call.

4. If traveling, try and know what roadway you are traveling and which direction. Scoping out landmarks, intersections, close addresses or mile markers will help the call taker locate you.

5. Practice procedures for calling 9-1-1 with your children, when to call and the basics such as their address.

Following these few helpful steps can help save time when time matters the most.

9-1-1 call takers and dispatchers are the first line of help when you need it, they not only process the calls and dispatch emergency services but they also can provide life saving instructions over the phone.
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Here are some helpful facts to know for the case you may ever need to call 9-1-1.

1. Know your address or the address your at.

2. Know the municipality you are located in if possible. This means the Township, Borough or City.

3. When the call taker answers, let them ask the questions to ensure a timely process of the call.

4. If traveling, try and know what roadway you are traveling and which direction. Scoping out landmarks, intersections, close addresses or mile markers will help the call taker locate you.

5. Practice procedures for calling 9-1-1 with your children, when to call and the basics such as their address.

Following these few helpful steps can help save time when time matters the most. 

9-1-1 call takers and dispatchers are the first line of help when you need it, they not only process the calls and dispatch emergency services but they also can provide life saving instructions over the phone.

Members just returned from Weis Markets where a large donation of bottled water and Gatorade was made by customers over the last week through a donation program by Weis. The donation was made to Northeast, Enola Fire, East Pennsboro Fire Police and Hampden Township Fire Department. We would like to sincerely thank everyone who donated along with Weis Markets for making this happen! ... See moreSee less

Members just returned from Weis Markets where a large donation of bottled water and Gatorade was made by customers over the last week through a donation program by Weis. The donation was made to Northeast, Enola Fire, East Pennsboro Fire Police and Hampden Township Fire Department. We would like to sincerely thank everyone who donated along with Weis Markets for making this happen!

Our thoughts are with the Halifax Fire Department, H&S Towing and family of Tyler Laudenslager. Tyler was working for H&S Towing on Tuesday evening during an incident on I-78 when he was struck and killed.

This is another good reminder to steer clear of emergency and construction workers.
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Our thoughts are with the Halifax Fire Department, H&S Towing and family of Tyler Laudenslager. Tyler was working for H&S Towing on Tuesday evening during an incident on I-78 when he was struck and killed.

This is another good reminder to steer clear of emergency and construction workers.

 

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Prayers for his family, people need to be taught how to show respect to other people along the roads before getting their license

I'm praying for his family and friends.

Prayers to his family

Prayers and thoughts sent๐Ÿ™

PRAYERS

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