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2014 INCIDENTS

  FIRE EMS
Jan: 16 94
Feb: 14 91
Mar: 20 91
Apr: 14 88
May: 13 106
June: 18 93
July: 13 68
Aug: - 75
Sept: - 81
Oct: - 75
Nov: - 77
Dec: - -
Total: - -

 

 

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Recent News


2 EVENING CALLS

1/21/15 - Rescue 6 was alerted in the evening hours for a vehicle accident with rollover in Dickinson Twp, Cumberland County, and was placed in service while enroute.

Later in the evening, Rescue 6, Engine 6-2 and Ambulance 6A responded with Co. 7 for a chimney fire on Timber Ln in the Bear Mountain development.  With units enroute, Chief 7 advised to have units stage at the bottom of the mountain with the exception of the smaller 4 wheel drive units.

 


HOUSE GOES ON BOX ALARM

1/12/15 - Engine 6-2, Rescue 6, Tanker 6 and Ambulance 6A responded on the first alarm for smoke in the house in box 5-4.  The engine crew assisted with investigation and ventilation, and other units staged on the scene.

 


TANKER AND AMBULANCE ON 27 HOUSE

1/11/15 - Tanker 6 and Ambulance 6A responded on the Working Fire Dispatch (WFD) for a house fire at 1777 Buchanan Valley Rd.  The units staged on the scene until released by command.

 


ACCIDENT ON THE S-TURNS

1/10/15 - Co. 6, Engine 5-1 and Medic 28 were alerted for a vehicle accident in the 400 blk of Arendtsville Rd in the area of the S-turns.  6A arrived first and found 1 vehicle into a pole, and requested the Boro PD to respond until PSP could arrive due an uncooperative subject, and held the box to Rescue 6 and EMS.

 


ENGINE, RESCUE AND AMBULANCE ON WORKING FIRE

1/9/15 - Engine 6-2, Rescue 6 and Ambulance 6A were alerted on the Working Fire Dispatch(WFD) for an attic fire in the 1st blk of Breckenridge St in Gettysburg Boro.  The engine crew was assigned to make access to the attic in the middle unit of the row, and the rescue crew was assigned to the end unit.

 


TANKER GOES ON WORKING FIRE

1/2/15 - Co. 33 and mutual aid companies responded to 950 Green Springs Rd in Berwick Twp for a working house fire, initially reported with possible entrapment.  First in units encountered access issues due to the roadway being nothing more than a small path through the woods, and Command 33 requested Tanker 6, along with Tanker 9 due to their relative small size.  Tanker 6 arrived and staged on the scene until being released.

 


ENGINE GETS FIRST CALL OF THE YEAR

1/1/15 - Engine 6-2 and a crew travelled to Gettysburg Boro to participate in the annual New Year's Eve celebration.  After the fireworks were completed, the customary block check was done and there were found to be embers burning on the roof of a house on N Stratton St, and units responded extinguish them, marking the first fire call of the year in the county.

 


ENGINE INVESTIGATES OUTSIDE GAS ODOR

12/29/14 - Engine 6-2 responded to the area of 30 Hillcrest Dr in the boro for an outside odor of gas.  The engine crew investigated around the area and inside the residence and found nothing of concern, and returned to service.

 


CAR INTO FIELD

12/23/14 - Units responded to the second vehicle accident in as many days in Co. 5's area; units found a vehicle into a cow pasture, and assisted the driver to safety to be evaluated by EMS.

 


MVA ON ICY ROADS

12/22/14 - Co. 5, with Rescue 6 and Ambulances 6A and 7A were alerted for a vehicle accident at the intersection Shippensburg Rd and Pine Grove Rd.  Command 5 advised incoming units to stage in the area, until they could locate the incident.  The actual incident was then found to be on Pine Grove Rd, and the assignment was held to Engine 5-1 and Ambulance 6A, placing Rescue 6 in service.

 


TANKER ON WORKING FIRE

12/21/14 - Tanker 6 responded in the early morning on the working fire dispatch (WFD) for a house fire in box 33-9.  The tanker staged on the scene before being released, after Co. 33 units made a quick knock on the fire.

 


TOWNSHIP MVA

12/20/14 - Co. 6 and Engine 5-1 were dispatched for a vehicle accident at the intersection of Biglerville Rd and Zeigler Mill Rd.  Units found a 2 car MVA blocking the roadway, and the box was held to Rescue 6 and Ambulance 6A for hazard control and patient evaluation, and the rest were placed in service.

 


DECEMBER TRAINING

12/16/14 - December's monthly training consisted of personnel reviewing basic vehicle stabilization and patient packaging

 


RESCUE RUNS MUTUAL AID BOX ALARM

12/13/14 - Rescue 6 was alerted as part of the first alarm assignment for 2980 Old Route 30, in box 4-4, marking the fourth box alarm for the company in 3 days; the rescue ended up being placed in service while enroute when the box was scaled back.

 


FIRST DUE BOX ALARM

12/12/14 - The box alarm was dispatched for smoke in a mobile home in box 6-5.  Engine 6-2 was out the door quickly, and Deputy Chief 6 arrived on the scene to find a malfunctioning kerosene heater, and held the box to Engine 6-2 for investigation and ventilation.  The engine crew removed the heater from the house, and set up fans to remove the smoke before returning to service.

 


2 BOX ALARMS

12/11/14 - Tanker 6 and Engine 6-2 responded in the early morning to the 100 blk of Old State Rd in Dickinson Twp, Cumberland County for smoke in a house.  Engine 6-2 was placed in service while enroute, and Tanker 6 staged on the scene until being released by Command 6.

 

In the evening hours, Company 1 units were alerted for a vehicle fire at the KFC on Steinwehr Ave in Gettysburg Boro.  Quickly after this, the assignment was upgraded to a commercial fire box, as the vehicle was parked at the drive-thru ordering window.  Engine 6-2 assisted with checking for extension on the interior of the building before the box was placed in service.

(Photo by Joe Robinson)

 


ENGINE AND TANKER GO ON GOOD INTENT BOX ALARM

12/1/14 - Co. 6 was alerted as part of the first alarm assignment for a possible house fire at 750 Brysonia Rd.  With units enroute, Communications advised that the call was received from a neighbor's house, advising they could see flickering light in the windows.  Co. 5 units arrived and found the source to be light from a pellet stove, no FD services needed, and placed the box in service.

 


MINOR MVA

11/23/14 - Co. 6 and Engine 1-1 responded to the intersection of Shrivers Corner Rd and Goldenville Rd for a vehicle accident.  Units found a 2 vehicle rear-end collision, with minor injuries.  Rescue 6 assisted with vehicle stabilization and patient packaging, and upon arrival Engine 1-1 also assisted with patient packaging, and Ambulances 6A and 6A-1 transported the patients to the hospital.

 

 


DEJA VU 

11/14/14 - Units were alerted in the early morning hours for a building fire at the Mountain Valley Farms sawmill.  Assistant Chief 6(MacBeth) arrived on the scene quickly and confirmed a working building fire.  Tanker 6 assisted in tanker shuttle operations, and Engine 6-2's crew assisted with fire attack while the engine laid supply line around to the C side of the building, and the crew then pulled attack lines and the engine supplied Cumberland County Engine 53's aerial operations.  Units operated on the scene for hours before the box was placed in service. 

 

 


BOX ALARM FOR CANOPY FIRE

11/9/14 - Co. 6 was alerted as part of the first alarm for a canopy on fire next to a house in the Bear Mountain development in box 7-4.  Co. 7 units arrived and found storage canopies on fire impinging on a propane tank.  Engine 6-2 was assigned to find a pond and establish a fill site, and Tanker 6 assisted with water supply at the scene before returning to service.

 


BRUSH FIRE

10/27/14 - Units were alerted to 490 Rake Factory Rd for a field fire behind the residence.  EMS Lt 6(Stallsmith) arrived on the scene and reported approximately 1 acre of the field on fire.  Engine 6-2 arrived soon after this and stretched the forestry line to begin extinguishing the fire, and was assisted by Brush 5, Brush 7, Mini Pumper 7 and Tanker 25.

 


MVA W/ROLLOVER, NO INJURY

10/21/14 - Co. 6, Engine 5-1 and Medic 28 were alerted for a vehicle accident with rollover on Goldenville Rd just off Biglerville Rd.  Rescue 6 arrived on the scene and found 1 vehicle rolled off the roadway and into a field.  The box was quickly held to Rescue 6 and EMS.

 


BICYCLIST STRUCK

10/5/14 - Rescue 6, Ambulance 6A and Medic 53 responded for a report of a bicyclist struck by a vehicle in the area of Hollabaugh's on Carlisle Rd.  Units arrived packaged the patient for transport by EMS.


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