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Truck 12 with 4 is currently transferred to Harrisburg Bureau of Fire Uptown Station 1 with Engine 313 while they operate on a 2nd alarm fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 with 4 is currently transferred to Harrisburg Bureau of Fire Uptown Station 1 with Engine 313 while they operate on a 2nd alarm fire.

 

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Prayers to those involved in the 2 alarm fire and I pray for a hedge of protection for my fire, ems, police dept brothers on each and every fire they respond too

Captain Crone here, hijacking the united power of all of the Public Safety Facebook Pages! The Police Department is gearing up for National Night Out, along with the rest of the Lower Allen Public Safety branches. We are kicking around ideas and are looking for your assistance. If you are interested in participating in a classic car display, have animals for a petting zoo, or you are an individual or business that would like to donate food or snacks, run kid's activities (games, crafts, face painting, etc.), or are part of a civic organization that is interested in assisting with any of the above or joining us with a booth or display, please reach out to Dianna Knisley at 717-975-7575 ext 1602. ... See MoreSee Less
Captain Crone here, hijacking the united power of all of the Public Safety Facebook Pages!  The Police Department is gearing up for National Night Out, along with the rest of the Lower Allen Public Safety branches.  We are kicking around ideas and are looking for your assistance.  If you are interested in participating in a classic car display, have animals for a petting zoo, or you are an individual or business that would like to donate food or snacks, run kids activities (games, crafts, face painting, etc.), or are part of a civic organization that is interested in assisting with any of the above or joining us with a booth or display, please reach out to Dianna Knisley at 717-975-7575 ext 1602.

1 week ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
What are your LAFD Volunteers up to this weekend? 5 members are expanding their knowledge in extrication by taking a Special Vehicle Rescue Class with Northeast Fire & Rescue while another 3 members are at HACC taking Pump Operations.

Interested in being a part of these fine ladies and gentlemen to better serve our community? Send us a message and we can get you started in a lifetime of learning and valuable experience!
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What are your LAFD Volunteers up to this weekend? 5 members are expanding their knowledge in extrication by taking a Special Vehicle Rescue Class with Northeast Fire & Rescue while another 3 members are at HACC taking Pump Operations. 

Interested in being a part of these fine ladies and gentlemen to better serve our community? Send us a message and we can get you started in a lifetime of learning and valuable experience!

2 weeks ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Truck 12 and E1-12 are operating on a fire at a fuel storage facility in Hampden Twp on Simpson Ferry Rd across from Weis Markets. Thank you to Swatara Fire for covering our station while these units are operating. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 and E1-12 are operating on a fire at a fuel storage facility in Hampden Twp on Simpson Ferry Rd across from Weis Markets. Thank you to Swatara Fire for covering our station while these units are operating.

 

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Hi, can we use these photos on-air and online with credit to you?

CJ Pyott Sr. This is where Enola was going

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Chicken dinners are sold out. Thank you to everyone who came out to support us today! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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It was delicious!

Agree....It was delicious.

Was real good.

Corrected version (Fairview previously misidentified as Fairfield by the original source): FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 30, 2018

Construction Scheduled to Begin on Spanglers Mill Road Bridges in Lower Allen, Fairview Townships
Bridges to be replaced as part of Public-Private Partnership

Harrisburg, PA – Construction for two bridges carrying Spanglers Mill Road (State Route 2031) over the Yellow Breeches Creek in Fairview Township - and a Mill Race in Lower Allen Township at the Cumberland-York County line are scheduled to begin the week of June 11 - as part of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s (PennDOT) Rapid Bridge Replacement Project.
When both bridges close for full replacement, drivers will be directed to follow a detour along Lisburn Road (SR 2017), Route 114 and back on to Spanglers Mill Road (SR 4027). Construction of both bridges will be complete in November.
In the event of unfavorable weather or unforeseen activities, this schedule may change.
These bridges are referred to as JV-241 and JV-564 and are two of the 558 bridges being replaced under the Rapid Bridge Replacement Project. JV references the joint-venture partnership between Walsh/Granite, which is leading construction for the entire project.
The Rapid Bridge Replacement Project is a public-private partnership (P3) between PennDOT and Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners (PWKP), under which PWKP will finance, design, replace, and maintain the bridges for 25 years. The P3 approach will allow PennDOT to replace the bridges more quickly while achieving significant savings and minimizing impact on motorists.
To see the bridges included in the statewide initiative and to learn more about the Rapid Bridge Replacement Project, visit www.parapidbridges.com. Additional information on P3 programs in Pennsylvania can be found at www.p3forpa.pa.gov or by calling the project hotline at 877-444-9990 or email info@parapidbridges.com.
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3 weeks ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 30, 2018

Construction Scheduled to Begin on Spanglers Mill Road Bridges in Lower Allen, Fairfield Townships
Bridges to be replaced as part of Public-Private Partnership

Harrisburg, PA – Construction for two bridges carrying Spanglers Mill Road (State Route 2031) over the Yellow Breeches Creek in Fairfield Township - and a Mill Race in Lower Allen Township at the Cumberland-York County line are scheduled to begin the week of June 11 - as part of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s (PennDOT) Rapid Bridge Replacement Project.
When both bridges close for full replacement, drivers will be directed to follow a detour along Lisburn Road (SR 2017), Route 114 and back on to Spanglers Mill Road (SR 4027). Construction of both bridges will be complete in November.
In the event of unfavorable weather or unforeseen activities, this schedule may change.
These bridges are referred to as JV-241 and JV-564 and are two of the 558 bridges being replaced under the Rapid Bridge Replacement Project. JV references the joint-venture partnership between Walsh/Granite, which is leading construction for the entire project.
The Rapid Bridge Replacement Project is a public-private partnership (P3) between PennDOT and Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners (PWKP), under which PWKP will finance, design, replace, and maintain the bridges for 25 years. The P3 approach will allow PennDOT to replace the bridges more quickly while achieving significant savings and minimizing impact on motorists.
To see the bridges included in the statewide initiative and to learn more about the Rapid Bridge Replacement Project, visit www.parapidbridges.com. Additional information on P3 programs in Pennsylvania can be found at www.p3forpa.pa.gov or by calling the project hotline at 877-444-9990 or email info@parapidbridges.com.
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A full house of members from LAFD, Lisburn, Upper Allen and other departments are currently listening into to a cancer presumption class taught by Retired Chief Don Konkle & Mike Dryden. We thank them for striving for change in the fire service regarding the effects of cancer! ... See MoreSee Less
A full house of members from LAFD, Lisburn, Upper Allen and other departments are currently listening into to a cancer presumption class taught by Retired Chief Don Konkle & Mike Dryden. We thank them for striving for change in the fire service regarding the effects of cancer!

1 month ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Former Truck 12 has moved on to its 3rd home, this time leaving Pennsylvania for Kansas! Its always great to see our old apparatus still in use all across the United States!Truck 35 arrived to it’s new home in Galena, Kansas last evening. We hope it serves their city as well as It did our local communities. Thanks and stay safe Galena! ... See MoreSee Less
Former Truck 12 has moved on to its 3rd home, this time leaving Pennsylvania for Kansas! Its always great to see our old apparatus still in use all across the United States!

 

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Ahhhhhh. I miss that old girl. Many memories.

Tim Sheely what year model was the platform? Looks like the same time frame as Engine and Squad.

Cody, Gary, Justin, Dennis, Dustin , Paul, Harley, Cab and Paint scheme look familiar? A brother to the Engine and Squad. Lol

That is 89 or 90 pretty sure

92

Todd Bartholomew

First Truck that I was driver/operator. Glad she is still working.

She saw some fire for sure. Still as pretty as ever

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Volunteers always needed. Visit our station or web page for more information on how you can help your community.There’s a fire. You call for help. Who answers? The vast majority of Americans live in places that don’t have a single firefighter on the payroll.… ... See MoreSee Less
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Truck & Squad 12 are currently operating on a 2nd Alarm Apartment Building Fire in Wormleysburg. Engine 24 has been transferred to Station 1 to cover the township. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck & Squad 12 are currently operating on a 2nd Alarm Apartment Building Fire in Wormleysburg. Engine 24 has been transferred to Station 1 to cover the township.

 

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Stay safe everyone

Bailey Smith

Be safe guys

2 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
If anyone is interested in attending, please email Fire Captain Frank Wirth and let him know! This is a great learning opportunity regarding the fire service and cancer!PFESI in conjunction with Lower Allen Fire Department will be hosting "Saving Our Own" Seminar on May 23, 2018 at Lower Allen Fire Department. See the flyer below for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
If anyone is interested in attending, please email Fire Captain Frank Wirth and let him know! This is a great learning opportunity regarding the fire service and cancer!
Congratulations are in order to Firefighter Nick Knull for completing his Firefighter 1 certification and 2nd Assistant Chief Chris Trace for completing his Firefighter 2 certification this past weekend.

At Lower Allen, we always encourage our members to continue their training and never stop moving forward!
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Congratulations are in order to Firefighter Nick Knull for completing his Firefighter 1 certification and 2nd Assistant Chief Chris Trace for completing his Firefighter 2 certification this past weekend. 

At Lower Allen, we always encourage our members to continue their training and never stop moving forward!

 

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Congratulations!

Congratulations

CONGRATULATIONS

Way to go guys! Look forward to serving beside you in the time of need.

Great Job, Nick Knull and Chris Trace.

Congrats Chris!

Congratulations nick and chris. Great job

Congratulations guys

Congratulations guys, well done!!!!

Way to go guys

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Truck 12 is currently on standby at Harrisburg City Station 2 with Penbrook Engine 30 while units operate on a house fire in the Uptown. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 is currently on standby at Harrisburg City Station 2 with Penbrook Engine 30 while units operate on a house fire in the Uptown.
10 hours after being placed in service, Squad 12 handled its first call. Company 12 arrived on scene with 1 patient still in the vehicle and required the use of the Amkus tools off the Squad. Units cleared in 40 minutes. ... See MoreSee Less
10 hours after being placed in service, Squad 12 handled its first call. Company 12 arrived on scene with 1 patient still in the vehicle and required the use of the Amkus tools off the Squad. Units cleared in 40 minutes.

 

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Dustin Weese be on the look out

 

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Squad 12 in service 12:03

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Nice rig guys.

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2 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
This afternoon, Engine 2-12 has departed Lower Allen for Ansonville Fire Department in Ansonville, North Carolina. Engine 2 will serve along the old Squad 12, both who went down the Pierce assembly line 1998. We wish them the best of luck as this replaces a 1989 Ford Open Cab pumper! Congrats to them on a great engine to protect their community. ... See MoreSee Less
This afternoon, Engine 2-12 has departed Lower Allen for Ansonville Fire Department in Ansonville, North Carolina. Engine 2 will serve along the old Squad 12, both who went down the Pierce assembly line 1998. We wish them the best of luck as this replaces a 1989 Ford Open Cab pumper! Congrats to them on a great engine to protect their community.

 

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So glad to see this, it was great working with you Chris Hyatt and the rest from Ansonville FC again.

Mike Dyson Jeffrey Allen Imler

We appreciate the hospitality you guys show us every time! Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1

Mike Dyson Ray Potter someone bought it!!!😑

2 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Rescue 12 with 3 responded to assist Monroe Fire Company with a house fire on Trindle Rd this am. The crew stood by as RIT and assisted with cleanup. April has started off to be very busy as this was our 17th call so far. Thanks to Dustin Weese for the pictures. ... See MoreSee Less
Rescue 12 with 3 responded to assist Monroe Fire Company with a house fire on Trindle Rd this am. The crew stood by as RIT and assisted with cleanup. April has started off to be very busy as this was our 17th call so far. Thanks to Dustin Weese for the pictures.

 

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Thanks for the help.

Anyone hurt?

No injuries reported.

Trees and wires are down throughout the township and the area in general. Use caution and please be patient. Crews are working to clear the way. ... See MoreSee Less
Lisburn Rd at Old Forge Rd is closed for a tree down and downed wires. Please use alternate routes (Arcona Rd is suggested) to get between Lisburn Rd and Rt 114 (Main Street Lisburn). ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
While Engine 112 w/6 was providing coverage to Liberty Fire Company North York Borough, they were dispatched for a structure fire at 17 South Highland Ave, West York Boro. Crew assigned to roof work. ... See MoreSee Less
While Engine 112 w/6 was providing coverage to Liberty Fire Company North York Borough, they were dispatched for a structure fire at 17 South Highland Ave, West York Boro. Crew assigned to roof work.

 

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Well done LAFD!!!!!

Engine 112 w/6 is currently providing coverage to Liberty Fire Company North York Borough while they attend the funeral services for 2 York City FFs who died in the line of duty last week. ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 112 w/6 is currently providing coverage to Liberty Fire Company North York Borough while they attend the funeral services for 2 York City FFs who died in the line of duty last week.

 

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Thank You!

going to a 2 alarm house fire now

Thank you!!

Nice seeing y'all rolling in on the West York job.

Thank you

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3 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Busy Sunday - Crews finished cleaning up from the Apt fire on Saturday night late Sunday AM clearing the stations around 0300. At 0409 hrs the Rescue and Engine 1 were dispatched to a MVA w/roll over in the Boro of Shiremanstown on Main St. and cleared @ 0459 hrs.

Later in the day @ 1327 hrs the Engine and Rescue were dispatched for a MVA on Wesley Dr/Gettysburg Rd. The Rescue responded then HQ advised to copy another call.

At 1331 hrs the Engine Company, Truck and Rescue were dispatched a business on State Rd close to Station 1 for an odor of something burning inside. E1 diverted from the MVA and responded. The Rescue arrived at the MVA an found a minor MVA and were able to clear after a few mins and responded to State Rd. Units were at State Rd for approx. 1 hr before returning.

At 1440 Engine was dispatched to the Boro of New Cumberland on 16th St for Smoke from a house. Cmd10 held Engine 10 and placed others available shortly after dispatch.

At 1842 hrs the Engine 1, Truck and Rescue were dispatched for an electrical fire on Columbus Av. This time at different building than the fire the night before. Crews found a smoke condition with fire in the wall. PD was on scene and had begun evacuating the residents from the building as we arrived. A 2nd alarm was requested (bringing more apparatus and manpower) while searches were made to confirm everyone was out. Crews were able to extinguish the fire quickly then ventilated the building before clearing at 2023 hrs.

Once again THANK YOU to our mutual aid partners for your assistance on scene and covering our stations while we operated on this incident!!!

If you would like to help your community Volunteers are always needed. Training provided! Contact us @ 717-975-7575 or stop by Station 1 on a Wednesday night @ 1900 and we would be happy to tell you about all the different opportunities both on and off the fire ground that are available in our Fire Company. Thank you for your SUPPORT!! Photo Credit: Dustin Weese
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Busy Sunday - Crews finished cleaning up from the Apt fire on Saturday night late Sunday AM clearing the stations around 0300.  At 0409 hrs the Rescue and Engine 1 were dispatched to a MVA w/roll over in the Boro of Shiremanstown on Main St. and cleared @ 0459 hrs.

Later in the day @ 1327 hrs the Engine and Rescue were dispatched for a MVA on Wesley Dr/Gettysburg Rd. The Rescue responded then HQ advised to copy another call. 

At 1331 hrs the Engine Company, Truck and Rescue were dispatched a business on State Rd close to Station 1 for an odor of something burning inside.  E1 diverted from the MVA and responded.  The Rescue arrived at the MVA an found a minor MVA and were able to clear after a few mins and responded to State Rd.  Units were at State Rd for approx. 1 hr before returning.

At 1440 Engine was dispatched to the Boro of New Cumberland on 16th St for Smoke from a house.  Cmd10 held Engine 10 and placed others available shortly after dispatch.

At 1842 hrs the Engine 1, Truck and Rescue were dispatched for an electrical fire on Columbus Av.  This time at different building than the fire the night before. Crews found a smoke condition with fire in the wall.  PD was on scene and had begun evacuating the residents from the building as we arrived.  A 2nd alarm was requested (bringing more apparatus and manpower) while searches were made to confirm everyone was out.  Crews were able to extinguish the fire quickly then ventilated the building before clearing at 2023 hrs.  

Once again THANK YOU to our mutual aid partners for your assistance on scene and covering our stations while we operated on this incident!!!  

If you would like to help your community Volunteers are always needed. Training provided! Contact us @ 717-975-7575 or stop by Station 1 on a Wednesday night @ 1900 and we would be happy to tell you about all the different opportunities both on and off the fire ground that are available in our Fire Company.  Thank you for your SUPPORT!!  Photo Credit: Dustin Weese

 

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3 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Last night at 22:16 units were dispatched to an Kitchen fire on Columbus Ave. Chief 13 (WSBF) reported a column while enroute and fire showing upon arrival. The fire was advancing quickly and a 2nd alarm was requested. Eventually a 3rd alarm for additional manpower from neighboring departments was requested. Crews worked to quickly contain and extinguish the fire and remained on the scene until 1:35.
Thank you to our mutual aid partners for your assistance on scene and covering the Township.
Photo credit to Dustin Weese.
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Last night at 22:16 units were dispatched to an Kitchen fire on Columbus Ave. Chief 13 (WSBF) reported a column while enroute and fire showing upon arrival. The fire was advancing quickly and a 2nd alarm was requested. Eventually a 3rd alarm for additional manpower from neighboring departments was requested. Crews worked to quickly contain and extinguish the fire and remained on the scene until 1:35. 
Thank you to our mutual aid partners for your assistance on scene and covering the Township. 
 Photo credit to Dustin Weese.

 

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Thank you guys so much for keeping that fire contained! We live in a house behind this apartment.

Thanks to ALL for such a quick response. So glad no one was hurt. Thank you!!

Thank you for you service. I live in this complex and am grateful for your services.

Another fire this evening in same complex. My niece lost everything and last night my friend lost her apartment as well.

Well i think the apartment complex owners should be questioned now... First an oven fire that could have been started as an electrial fire (due to oven being electric) and now an actual electrical fire and they allowed residents back in aparrments

Thank you, all of you, for all you do. The sacrifices you make do not go unappreciated.

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3 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Rescue 12 with 4 assisted on this crash and also handled a transfer to York Station 65. Our prayers go out to everyone involved.Fatal Accident on Old York Road

Update:

The York County Coroner has released the names of the deceased in the car crash on old York Road, Carroll Township Friday afternoon March 23.

Upon arrival at the scene, Deputy Coroner Kayla Starner and Chief Deputy Coroner Claude Stabley confirmed that two adults and a child died as a result of the crash. Dead at the scene was Brandon Rayhart, 32, driver of the Mustang; Jennifer Edler, 26, a passenger, and Destiny Rayhart, 3, daughter of Elder and Brandon Rayhart, all from the 1200 block of Harrisburg Pike, Carlisle.

Both adults were not wearing constraints and the children were in car seats, the Coroner's office stated.

The driver of the other vehicle was Daniel Miller, 53, from the first block of Thundergust Road, Wellsville. Miller and the other other male child passenger from the Mustang were airlifted by Life Lion to area hospitals for their injuries. The Mustang was traveling northbound, reportedly crossed the center line and struck the southbound Ford Escape, police said. Carroll Township Police Department is the investigating police agency.

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3 people died in a 2 vehicle accident on Old York Road Friday afternoon on March 23rd. At 12:40pm, the driver of a Ford Mustang crossed the center line and hit a Ford Escape, according to Carroll Township Police Sgt. David Smith. Two adults (a male and female) and one child (a female), all of whom were occupants of the Mustang, were killed instantly by injuries suffered in the collision. Two victims were airlifted to local hospitals for their injuries. One was a male child passenger of the Mustang, the other was a male driver of the Escape. Police can not confirm any names of the victims at this time. As of 5:30 pm, the road remains closed at the area of the accident (200 Block of Old York Road) and Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the scene.
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Rescue 12 with 4 assisted on this crash and also handled a transfer to York Station 65. Our prayers go out to everyone involved.

 

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Prayers for York City Fire Department. They had a Line of Duty death today and 3 others injured while battling a warehouse fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Prayers for York City Fire Department. They had a Line of Duty death today and 3 others injured while battling a warehouse fire.

 

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Prayers for all involved

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Oh no. Prayers for family, colleagues and community.

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4 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
0817 Engines 112 & 312 assisted in East Pennsboro Twp this morning in Senate Av for reported smoke in the building.

Earlier at 0635, Rescue, Truck and E312 went to a local manufacturing plant in the Twp for a worker that had a extremity trapped in a machine.
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0817 Engines 112 & 312 assisted in East Pennsboro Twp this morning in Senate Av for reported smoke in the building. 

Earlier at 0635, Rescue, Truck and E312 went to a local manufacturing plant in the Twp for a worker that had a extremity trapped in a machine.

 

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4 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
This morning, Company 12 was sent to the Capital City Mall for an automatic fire alarm prior to the mall being open. LAPD found smoke in the food court. Chief 112 requested the box be upgraded. As additional companies arrived, the crew from Truck 12 and Engine 112 investigated to find a burnt motor to an air handling unit on the roof. Thanks to Glen Hostetler Photography for the pictures! ... See MoreSee Less
This morning, Company 12 was sent to the Capital City Mall for an automatic fire alarm prior to the mall being open. LAPD found smoke in the food court. Chief 112 requested the box be upgraded. As additional companies arrived,  the crew from Truck 12 and Engine 112 investigated to find a burnt motor to an air handling unit on the roof. Thanks to Glen Hostetler Photography for the pictures!
JOB POSTING: Compliance Specialist
Lower Allen Township is seeking a part-time Compliance Specialist to assist in the Police Department with the maintenance of accreditation files. CALEA and/or PLEAC experience, and/or experience with PowerDMS a plus. Don't let this intimidate you, though...we will train the right individual! Strong organization, research, and clerical skills, as well as a desire and ability to learn quickly can counter an experience gap. Up to 20 hours, flexible, day-shift hours per week. Work is primarily self-directed, deadline-driven, and administrative in nature. The position will be helping to prepare for annual compliance checks and assessments every four years, so we are looking for a long-term, part-time employee. Compensation will depend upon experience and qualifications. Training will be provided. Application and job description available at www.latwp.org or may be picked up at 2233 Gettysburg Road, Camp Hill. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
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It's been over a month since we've posted and we are shocked just as much as you are. 2018 has turned into an already busy year at Lower Allen. January has been filled with mandatory yearly in house training for members able to ride the apparatus while responding on 57 calls for the month. Besides training, we are working hard on the new Squad 12 with a trip to Glick for complete equipment mounting in the months to come. We have alot of other in-house projects taking place throughout the days to keep us busy. We promise to keep everyone up to speed as much as we can and time permits on different things happening around the firehouse! ... See MoreSee Less

6 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Santa has finally arrived from Appleton, Wisconsin! The new Squad arrived at Station 1 over lunch. It will be available for photos after all equipment is mounted and is in service, which is expected in the Spring! Thank you to those that served on the committee for a job well done! ... See MoreSee Less
Santa has finally arrived from Appleton, Wisconsin! The new Squad arrived at Station 1 over lunch. It will be available for photos after all equipment is mounted and is in service, which is expected in the Spring! Thank you to those that served on the committee for a job well done!

 

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That look like a engine not squad

This morning, Lower Allen and several mutual aid departments operated on a first due house fire on Hummel Av. Engine 312 arrived and quickly knocked the fire down. Crews operated for about an hour with no injuries reported. The Red Cross is assisting the family. ... See MoreSee Less
This morning, Lower Allen and several mutual aid departments operated on a first due house fire on Hummel Av. Engine 312 arrived and quickly knocked the fire down. Crews operated for about an hour with no injuries reported. The Red Cross is assisting the family.

 

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Great job guys I have a video of state me of the apparatus showing up from other companies if u want the videos to add to your files

6 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
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Santa, Are you guys still planning on coming by Woodbox Lane in Fair Oaks?

Rachael Rellim

Julie Walizer

Elections were held on Wednesday for our 2018 officials. Congrats to all and looking forward to a wonderful 2018.

2018 elected officials:

Chief- Rodney Mumma
Deputy Chief- Dave Murdoch
1st Assistant Chief- Steve Overmiller
2nd Assistant Chief- Tim Sheely

Captains and Lieutenants are appointed by the Fire Chief.

President- Megan Mumma
Vice President- Greg Weaver
Treasurer- Jim Polly
Secretary- Pam Tkac
Disciplinary Board -Gary Frazer and Mike Wilson

Relief
President- Rebecca Maher
Vice President- Mike Wilson
Treasurer- Dave Murdoch
Secretary- Pam Tkac
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Congrats to all those who were given the spots they got.... Most of you I know and some I don't, but know that you'll do your part in protecting the township

Ho! Ho! Ho! Santa has arrived in Lower Allen Township! Check the pinned post for locations he will be stopping today and tomorrow!! ... See MoreSee Less
Ho! Ho! Ho! Santa has arrived in Lower Allen Township! Check the pinned post for locations he will be stopping today and tomorrow!!

 

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Thank you for coming to Arcona on Saturday. Wish we knew you were coming. I would have let the neighbors know in advance. Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Thank you for your service.

6 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
A reminder to all, Santa Claus is coming to Lower Allen on Saturday and Sunday! Please share and get the word out for all to see Mr. Claus!!Lower Allen Fire is proud to announce the return of Santa Runs since the early 2000's. As you can see, we will be stopping at the following locations throughout our coverage area on December 16th & 17th. If you have any questions, feel free to message us. We hope to see you at one of our stops!!! Please share with your friends and families who live in the township. Happy Holidays from the members and officers of Lower Allen Fire! ... See MoreSee Less
A reminder to all, Santa Claus is coming to Lower Allen on Saturday and Sunday! Please share and get the word out for all to see Mr. Claus!!

 

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Merry Christmas

6 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Members are at Pierce Mfg in Wisconsin for final inspection of the new Squad 12. More to follow..... ... See MoreSee Less
Members are at Pierce Mfg in Wisconsin for final inspection of the new Squad 12. More to follow.....

 

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Best wishes. Merry Christmas

When the nice truck come to pa?

6 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Pierce Mfg delivery of new Squad 12 ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Mike Dyson

Looks like an engine to me. Why the squad designation?

nice

7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
New Air Pack familiarization Dodge ball ... See MoreSee Less

 

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You need to do this instead of bingo at my fire hall!!!!

Love it. Rocks

This is great training

Conner White and Bailey Smith

That’s awesome !!

Great idea!

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Lower Allen Fire is proud to announce the return of Santa Runs since the early 2000's. As you can see, we will be stopping at the following locations throughout our coverage area on December 16th & 17th. If you have any questions, feel free to message us. We hope to see you at one of our stops!!! Please share with your friends and families who live in the township. Happy Holidays from the members and officers of Lower Allen Fire! ... See MoreSee Less
Lower Allen Fire is proud to announce the return of Santa Runs since the early 2000s. As you can see, we will be stopping at the following locations throughout our coverage area on December 16th & 17th. If you have any questions, feel free to message us. We hope to see you at one of our stops!!! Please share with your friends and families who live in the township. Happy Holidays from the members and officers of Lower Allen Fire!

 

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Thank you!

Thank you!! What a special thing to do... πŸš’πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸš’πŸŽ„

Donna Senick-Dougherty

Did you guys do this today? My son was waiting at the window to see you guys come down our road so he could go outside at the times posted but we never saw you

Thank you for visiting my 94 yo Vetern neighbor and her handicapped Niece. Janet said when she opened the door and saw Santa and that handsome young firefighter she thought she was dreaming ( She's still laughing and talking about it and how authentic Santa looked!) Thanks guys!

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7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Some of our members are participating in a live burn training today at York County fire school. This is a great training opportunity for our members. ... See MoreSee Less
Some of our members are participating in a live burn training today at York County fire school. This is a great training opportunity for our members.

7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Just a little before 9pm tonight crews were dispatched to a car fire next to a residence. Lt. 3 was first on the scene and reported the car was fully involved. Upon arrival crews were able to extinguish the fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Just a little before 9pm tonight crews were dispatched to a car fire next to a residence. Lt. 3 was first on the scene and reported the car was fully involved. Upon arrival crews were able to extinguish the fire.

 

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John White

Why does it appear to me there have been an alarming amount of car fires this year. The carburetrated pre-ignition days I understood a bit more but this seems way too frequent.

We are proud to share we had 4 members receive a active for life title last night at our company meeting. This means they have attained a cumulative 20 years of active service with the department.

Rodney Mumma
David Murdoch
Steve Overmiller
Tim Sheely

Previous to these guys, we only have 4 other active for life members -Jim Polly, Bill Zorn, Gary Frazer and Larry Harder.

Please help us give a big congratulations to these gentlemen!!! Thank you for your dedication to our department and for your years of service!
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Congratulations to the 4 of you

Good group of guys there. Thank you for your years of service. I was privileged to work alongside you.

Great firemen, and great men as well! Happy to have worked alongside all of you!

Congratulations πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰πŸŽˆπŸΎ

Congrats!! Thankful for all you do!

Congratulations to your four outstanding members and to them, Thank you for your service to the community...

Congratulate guys

Congratulations guys.

Congratulations

Congrats to all, TYFYS.

Congratulations Gentleman

Congrats to all four of the new life members and congrats also to the four "old" (as in prior) life members!!

Congratulations men!

Congratulations to you all. Proud to know you and to be able to call you friends. Joining another great group of men.

Congratulations gentlemen!! Great job

Congratulations!

Congrats to all

Congratulations gentlemen and thank you for serving the community.

Congratulations!!!! Thank you all for your service!!

Congratulations to you all and thank you for your service πŸ‘¨β€πŸš’

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations guys!

Congratulations fellas!

Congratulations!! Appreciate your service and dedication.

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7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Congratulations to Nick Knull, Max Sherter and Josh Rokowski as they finished their Modules of Firefighting w their Burn at York County Training Center. We also had 10 members at HACC today taking Truck 1 class. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Nick Knull, Max Sherter and Josh Rokowski as they finished their Modules of Firefighting w their Burn at York County Training Center. We also had 10 members at HACC today taking Truck 1 class.

7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Lower Allen Fire is always looking for volunteers in all areas of our organization. If you are interested in giving a helping hand and protect our community, feel free to message us or stop in for a visit and check us out.

Pennsylvania Office of the State Fire Commissioner
Over the last few months, the Governor's Office has worked with OSFC to develop a recruitment PSA. Please share to hopefully bolster the volunteer ranks.
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8 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Thank you to the members of Lower Allen Fire Company #1 and Lisburn Community Fire Company for helping to make Trick or Treat Night another success! We gave away 200 pizzas and over 50lbs of candy throughout the Twp last night! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to the members of Lower Allen Fire Company #1 and Lisburn Community Fire Company for helping to make Trick or Treat Night another success! We gave away 200 pizzas and over 50lbs of candy throughout the Twp last night!

 

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Good pic

Thank you for your services ladies and gentlemen. My children have enjoyed this for the last 10 years.

Thank you so much! We really enjoy it!

Thank you!!

Thank you. Both of my kids absolutely loved this! This was our first year being able to stop near the fire truck (lights were a sensory issue for my son; autism spectrum). Took us a few years, and now he’s no longer gluten free, the timing couldn’t have been any more perfect!

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8 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
A reminder to stop out and see for a slice of Pizza at the following locations throughout the Township!Lower Allen Trick or Treat night safety tips, and our schedule for Pizza stops. So as always come see the members of the Fire Company and have a slice of pizza with us. As always, post and share with us any pictures you may take of your Trick or Treaters with us and the trucks. ... See MoreSee Less
A reminder to stop out and see for a slice of Pizza at the following locations throughout the Township!
Sheepford Rd bridge over the Yellow Breeches to be closed for repairs for 2 weeks starting 10/30. Plan accordingly! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Kayla Marie Wilson

Wesley Drive has been re-opened. ... See MoreSee Less
Wesley Drive between Century and Bethany will be closed for approximately 3 hours due to power lines down in the roadway. Please use alternate routes. ... See MoreSee Less

8 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Look for us at the New Cumberland parade tonight ... See MoreSee Less
Look for us at the New Cumberland parade tonight
Lower Allen Trick or Treat night safety tips, and our schedule for Pizza stops. So as always come see the members of the Fire Company and have a slice of pizza with us. As always, post and share with us any pictures you may take of your Trick or Treaters with us and the trucks. ... See MoreSee Less
Lower Allen Trick or Treat night safety tips, and our schedule for Pizza stops.  So as always come see the members of the Fire Company and have a slice of pizza with us.  As always, post and share with us any pictures you may take of your Trick or Treaters with us and the trucks.
Truck 12 with 5 is currently transferred to Dauphin County Station 44 while they operate on a first due building fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 with 5 is currently transferred to Dauphin County Station 44 while they operate on a first due building fire.
Teacher from Lower Allen Elementary school. Thanks Renee ... See MoreSee Less
Teacher from Lower Allen Elementary school.  Thanks Renee

8 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Today Elmo and the crews are visiting Lower Allen Elementary ... See MoreSee Less
Today Elmo and the crews are visiting Lower Allen Elementary

8 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Mechanicsburg parade Cumberland Valley High School Band ... See MoreSee Less

 

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The song they played In the beginning and the end was "Semper Fidelis"

R 12 or what do u have in the prade

8 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
The 1st of many Fire prevention week activities began today with a visit to a local daycare. Crews will be out for the next 2 weeks visiting schools. Tuesday evening we will be at McDonalds on Carlisle Rd from 5 til 7. Stop out and say hello ... See MoreSee Less
The 1st of many Fire prevention week activities began today with a visit to a local daycare. Crews will be out for the next 2 weeks visiting schools. Tuesday evening we will be at McDonalds on Carlisle Rd from 5 til 7. Stop out and say hello
Engine 112 with a crew of 6 are currently attending the Trinity High School Homecoming Bon Fire ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 112 with a crew of 6 are currently attending the Trinity High School Homecoming Bon Fire

8 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Engines 112 & 312 are currently operating on a motorcycle accident along Slate Hill Rd. Life Lion is also on scene. Please use caution in the area. ... See MoreSee Less
Engines 112 & 312 are currently operating on a motorcycle accident along Slate Hill Rd. Life Lion is also on scene. Please use caution in the area.

 

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Looked bad. Hope the driver is ok.

So any details?

Life Lion Critical Care Transport

9 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Just after midnight Engine 3-12 transferred to Enola FC West Enola station while they battled a house fire caused by a vehicle which left the roadway and struck the building. E312 returned around 5am after helping them get their apparatus back in service. ... See MoreSee Less
Just after midnight Engine 3-12 transferred to Enola FC West Enola station while they battled a house fire caused by a vehicle which left the roadway and struck the building. E312 returned around 5am after helping them get their apparatus back in service.

 

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We as Enola Fire Co would like to thank Lower Allen Fire Co for helping us we do appreciate it.

Thank you to a local Township business Classic Dry Cleaning and Laundrymat for stopping by today and dropping of certificates for Free uniform cleaning and snacks today! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to a local Township business Classic Dry Cleaning and Laundrymat for stopping by today and dropping of certificates for Free uniform cleaning and snacks today!

 

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Paula Kostick Gribble

Gotta love those white riggs

Stone bridge on Slate Hill Rd Yellow Breeches is closed. Structural deficiencies found upon inspection. Re-open date unknown. ... See MoreSee Less
THANK YOU AGAIN for your support! ! Better list coming soon. See you all next year! ... See MoreSee Less
THANK YOU AGAIN for your support! ! Better list coming soon. See you all next year!

9 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Gun bowls are open. Thank you for your support! ... See MoreSee Less
Gun bowls are open. Thank you for your support!
SOLD OUT....tickets are all gone! You are still welcome to join us for the gun bowls and ALL YOU CAN EAT AND DRINK for $15.00. Fish bowls have 1:52 chance of winning ! ... See MoreSee Less
Only 25 left at the door! Doors open at noon!! ... See MoreSee Less
Only 25 left at the door! Doors open at noon!!
Road Closure, 18th St Railroad crossing. Please consider alternate routes for the duration of the closure. ... See MoreSee Less
Road Closure, 18th St Railroad crossing.  Please consider alternate routes for the duration of the closure.
Rescue 12 with 5 and Truck 12 with 5 are currently operating on a 2 alarm building fire in the Borough of Mechanicsburg. ... See MoreSee Less
Rescue 12 with 5 and Truck 12 with 5 are currently operating on a 2 alarm building fire in the Borough of Mechanicsburg.
Engine 212 with 6 is currently transferred to Dauphin County Station 38 while they operate on a first due house fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 212 with 6 is currently transferred to Dauphin County Station 38 while they operate on a first due house fire.

9 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Unveiling of the 9-11 Memorial by Lower Allen Fire Company #1 ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Thank you for the work on this. The ceremony was amazing. Such a honor and tribute to firefighters. Thank you for allowing the public to attend. My children will remember it for years to come and remember the sacrifice made that day..

9 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Thank you to all those who donated and worked to make this memorial a reality. Also thank you to those who attended today.Unveiling of the 9-11 Memorial by Lower Allen Fire Company #1 ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to all those who donated and worked to make this memorial a reality.  Also thank you to those who attended today.

9 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Sorry this never posted. Members practice with the Amkus Jaws. They say you can't make an omelette without cracking a few eggs... All had a good laugh. Sept 6th, 2017 ... See MoreSee Less
Sorry this never posted.  Members practice with the Amkus Jaws.  They say you cant make an omelette without cracking a few eggs...  All had a good laugh.  Sept 6th, 2017

 

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Not sure what this prepares us for, but he was doing it....and doing it well.

Precision placement with the #AMKUS Hydraulic Spreaders! Visit: www.amkus.com/dealer-locator/ and get your hands on the AMKUS ION Battery Powered Rescue Tools!

10 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Upcoming Gun Raffle Information ... See MoreSee Less
Upcoming Gun Raffle Information

 

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Do you need to be present to win

JOB OPENING: Community Service Officer

Captain Crone from the Lower Allen PD, here...I've hijacked all of the Lower Allen-related public safety pages for a minute (don't worry...I'm authorized!):

We are looking for applicants for the position of Community Service Officer. This is a part-time job, but a great foot-in-the-door for anyone looking to get into the public safety field. You'd primarily be working with the Police Department, but as anyone who knows us is aware, we all play nicely together (usually!) so you would get a wide variety of experiences across the spectrum of public safety service. CSOs work as the eyes and ears of the police department and are called upon to handle a variety of calls that do not require a sworn officer. These include minor crashes, assists to EMS and FIRE, animal calls, traffic control, and a long list of other duties. The official advertisement language is below, but I wanted to give you a little bit of what the job is about ...give us a call if you have any questions and feel free to share the announcement! Now for the official job posting:

Community Service Officer
Lower Allen Township is seeking part-time Community Service Officers. Duties include work within the Police Department. Must be at least 18 years of age, possess a valid PA driver’s license and able to work in all types of weather conditions.
Application and job descriptions are available online at: www.latwp.org or may be picked up at 2233 Gettysburg Road, Camp Hill. Deadline to submit applications is September 8, 2017, attention HR Department.
EOE
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10 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
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10 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
It was a busy start to the weekend. After spending 6 hrs assisting in South Middleton Twp on Thursday, Friday was a busy day too with 8 calls.
Saturday began with 2 MVA's 1 with entrapment on I 83 and another on Simpson Ferry Rd with minor injuries.
The Rescue is on standby in Wellsville for their annual Fair.
Friday call log
1340 hrs Rossmoyne Rd/Rt 15 MVA Engine 312, Rescue 12
1348 500 blk Devon Rd CH car fire near a house Engine 312
1521 hrs Wesley Dr/Wilson Ln car fire Engines 112, 312
1658 2100 blk Cedar Run Dr cooking fire Engines 112, 312, Truck 12
1750 300 blk Park Av NC grill fire next to house E312
1928 hrs 3301 Trindle Rd CH AFA Truck 12
2027 hrs 5001 Ritter Rd AFA Engine 112, Truck 12
2137 hrs 3401 Hartzdale Dr AFA Engines 112, 312, Truck 12
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It was a busy start to the weekend. After spending 6 hrs assisting in South Middleton  Twp on Thursday,  Friday was a busy day too with 8 calls.  
Saturday began with 2 MVAs 1 with entrapment on I 83 and another on Simpson Ferry Rd with minor injuries. 
The Rescue is on standby in Wellsville for their annual Fair. 
Friday call log 
1340 hrs Rossmoyne Rd/Rt 15 MVA Engine 312, Rescue 12
1348 500 blk Devon Rd CH car fire near a house Engine 312
1521 hrs Wesley Dr/Wilson Ln car fire Engines 112, 312
1658 2100 blk Cedar Run Dr cooking fire Engines 112, 312, Truck 12
1750 300 blk Park Av NC grill fire next to house E312
1928 hrs 3301 Trindle Rd CH AFA Truck 12
2027 hrs 5001 Ritter Rd AFA Engine 112, Truck 12
2137 hrs 3401 Hartzdale Dr AFA Engines 112, 312, Truck 12

10 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Truck 12 is currently operating on a multi alarm fire in South Middleton Twp at a glass manufacturing plant. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 is currently operating on a multi alarm fire in South Middleton Twp at a glass manufacturing plant.

10 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
What an adventourus morning, evening and night for the guys and gals at Lower Allen. Friday ended with 7 calls of service.

By 8am, crews handled a minor accident and and odor outside.

Lunch time was spent finalizing out order for air packs with the salesman from the Federal Grant we were awarded back in May.

Fortunately, during the first round of storms, no calls were handled.

During rush hour traffic, Engine 312 handled another accident on Rossmoyne Rd at the infamous Turning Arrow Light. Just as they were getting off the Engine, EMS requested Life Lion to the scene of a medical emergency.

Around 915pm and during the second round of storms during the day, Chief 2 and Lt. 2 made the trek across the river to pick up Rescue 12 after having some maintenance work completed.

Not long after backing into the station, Cumberland County went under Status 3 conditions due to the storm. This required station manning. 7 volunteers provided coverage between the 2 stations.

The 5th call of the day happened to be a motorist who decided to drive around the barricades behind Station 1 and become stranded in the water. They were unable to make it out of the vehicle until the arrival of the Rescue.

While the Rescue was retrieving those occupants, the 1st Alarm assignment was sent to a Senior Care facility for a unknown type fire in an apartment. Crews found it to be a candlabra type light flickering in a window. No other services provided.

The 7th and final call came while crews were still on the above incident to Lisburn for a roof blown off the house. Rescue and Truck 12 responded and assisted with salvage operations.

Thank you to those who spent many hours today providing staffing and running calls of assistance!
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What an adventourus morning, evening and night for the guys and gals at Lower Allen. Friday ended with 7 calls of service.

By 8am, crews handled a minor accident and and odor outside. 

Lunch time was spent finalizing out order for air packs with the salesman from the Federal Grant we were awarded back in May.

Fortunately, during the first round of storms, no calls were handled. 

During rush hour traffic, Engine 312 handled another accident on Rossmoyne Rd at the infamous Turning Arrow Light. Just as they were getting off the Engine, EMS requested Life Lion to the scene of a medical emergency. 

Around 915pm and during the second round of storms during the day, Chief 2 and Lt. 2 made the trek across the river to pick up Rescue 12 after having some maintenance work completed.

Not long after backing into the station, Cumberland County went under Status 3 conditions due to the storm. This required station manning. 7 volunteers provided coverage between the 2 stations. 

The 5th call of the day happened to be a motorist who decided to drive around the barricades behind Station 1 and become stranded in the water. They were unable to make it out of the vehicle until the arrival of the Rescue.

While the Rescue was retrieving those occupants,  the 1st Alarm assignment was sent to a Senior Care facility for a unknown type fire in an apartment. Crews found it to be a candlabra type light flickering in a window. No other services provided.

The 7th and final call came while crews were still on the above incident to Lisburn for a roof blown off the house. Rescue and Truck 12 responded and assisted with salvage operations.

Thank you to those who spent many hours today providing staffing and running calls of assistance!

 

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Thank for exemplary and dedicated service.

TYFYS

Thanks for all you do!

Phew!! Thank you for serving our community!

Thank you.

Thanks for your assistance to Lisburn for the Roof blown off call.

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10 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Pictures from National Night Out Tuesday evening at the Township Bld. ... See MoreSee Less
Pictures from National Night Out Tuesday evening at the Township Bld.
Don't forget tonight is National Night Out at the Lower Allen Township Municipal Building. Come on our and meet your local volunteer fire fighters, EMS staff, police officers and many more! The event kicks off at 6pm. We hope you can join us tonight!! ... See MoreSee Less
Dont forget tonight is National Night Out at the Lower Allen Township Municipal Building. Come on our and meet your local volunteer fire fighters, EMS staff, police officers and many more! The event kicks off at 6pm. We hope you can join us tonight!!

11 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Truck 12 with a crew of 5 is transferred to lawton fire company 44 while they assist with a major gas leak ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 with a crew of 5 is transferred to lawton fire company 44 while they assist with a major gas leak

 

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I grew up in Lawnton and now live in Lower Allen. Thank you for assisting at taking care of my old stomping grounds. I spent a lot of time in that station growing up.

11 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
3 calls for this Wednesday already. We were out overnight around 0100 for an MVA at Wesley and Gettysburg Rds. 0645hrs 200 blk of Hummel Av for gas odor and 1000 hrs to the 400 blk of Deerfield for a crash reported w entrapment. Pts were self extricated prior to arrival on the ground. Later our weekly Training is our water training refersher! ... See MoreSee Less
3 calls for this Wednesday already. We were  out overnight around 0100 for an MVA at Wesley and Gettysburg Rds. 0645hrs 200 blk of Hummel Av for gas odor and 1000 hrs to the 400 blk of Deerfield for a crash reported w entrapment. Pts were self extricated prior to arrival on the ground. Later our weekly Training  is our water training refersher!
Engine 112 and Truck 12 with 9 personnel are currently assisting Upper Allen Township on a 2nd alarm house fire. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Location?

hope everyone got okay.

Be safe guy's

Engine 212 with 4 is currently transferred to Company 36 Station 2 in Boiling Springs while they operate on a first due building fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 212 with 4 is currently transferred to Company 36 Station 2 in Boiling Springs while they operate on a first due building fire.
Around 330 am, the first alarm was sent to the 4700-blk Gettysburg Road for a building fire. Chief 112 and LAPD arrived with a working fire that was quickly contained upon the arrival of Engine 112. Mutual Aid units assisted with overhaul. No injuries reported and the cause is under investiagtion. ... See MoreSee Less
Around 330 am, the first alarm was sent to the 4700-blk Gettysburg Road for a building fire. Chief 112 and LAPD arrived with a working fire that was quickly contained upon the arrival of Engine 112. Mutual Aid units assisted with overhaul. No injuries reported and the cause is under investiagtion.

 

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Thanks for your service