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13 hours 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

6 days 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

1 week ago

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

 

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R 12 or what do u have in the prade

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

1 week 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

2 weeks 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

2 weeks 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!

1 month 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.

1 month 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..

1 month 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.

1 month ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Join us as we unveil the new 9/11 memorial at station 1. This has been multi-year effort raising funds to do this memorial dedicated to the responders who gave their lives after receiving a piece of steel from the World Trade center in New York.

9/11 Memorial DedicationSeptember 9, 2017, 11:00amLower Allen Fire Company No. 1Join us as we unveil the new 9/11 memorial at station 1. This has been multi-year effort raising funds to do this memorial dedicated to the responders who gave their lives after receiving a piece of steel from the World Trade center in New York.
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9/11 Memorial Dedication

1 month 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!

2 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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2 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
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2 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

2 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.

2 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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2 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!!

3 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.

3 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!

 

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Thank you all for your service.

3 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Come out and join Lower Allen Fire Company and Lisburn Community Fire Company for our 7th annual Gun Raffle. Tickets are $20.00 a piece or you can purchase 6 tickets for $100.00. Please send us a message if interested in tickets. You do not need to be present to win.

7th Annual Gun Raffle September 16, 2017, 1:00pmMechanicsburg, PACome out and join Lower Allen Fire Company and Lisburn Community Fire Company for our 7th annual Gun Raffle. Tickets are $20.00 a piece or you can purchase 6 tickets for $100.00. Please send us a message if interested in tickets. You do not need to be present to win.
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7th Annual Gun Raffle
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

3 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Its been a busy holiday week for our members.
July 3 0708hrs AFA 5000 blk Ritter Rd
0828hrs AFA 2400 Blk Gettysburg Rd
1956hrs 5100 blk Simpson Ferry Rd
2046 hrs 3000 blk of Market St Camp Hill House fire
2346 hrs AFA 5100 Blk Simpson Ferry Rd

July 4th 0406 hrs - 400 blk Haldeman Blvd Apt Bld Fire (See attached pics)
July 5th - 0327 hrs 300 blk Market St Lemoyne for gas inside
July 6th - weekly training we built on last weeks training on sprinklers and standpipes an did standpipe ops at the Twp bld.

Thank you to all the members who have taken time to respond. If you are interested in learning more how you can join. Stop by the station on a Wed night or call Sta 1 761-6475
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Its been a busy holiday week for our members. 
July 3  0708hrs  AFA 5000 blk Ritter Rd
 0828hrs AFA 2400 Blk Gettysburg Rd
1956hrs 5100 blk Simpson Ferry Rd
2046 hrs 3000 blk of Market St Camp Hill House fire
2346 hrs AFA 5100 Blk Simpson Ferry Rd

July 4th 0406 hrs - 400 blk Haldeman Blvd Apt Bld Fire (See attached pics)
July 5th - 0327 hrs 300 blk Market St Lemoyne for gas inside
July 6th - weekly training we built on last weeks training on sprinklers and standpipes an did standpipe ops at the Twp bld.

Thank you to all the members who have taken time to respond. If you are interested in learning more how you can join. Stop by the station on a Wed night or call Sta 1 761-6475

 

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Thank you all for your continued service to the community.

After returning from Linglestown, Engine 212 with 3 is now down in Adams County, York Springs Station 9 while they operate on a large chicken house fire. ... See MoreSee Less
After returning from Linglestown, Engine 212 with 3 is now down in Adams County, York Springs Station 9 while they operate on a large chicken house fire.
Engine 312 with 4 is currently transferred with Truck 117 (Enola #3 - East Penn) while Lower Paxton departments are working a first due house fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 312 with 4 is currently transferred with Truck 117 (Enola #3 - East Penn) while Lower Paxton departments are working a first due house fire.

4 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Last evening for our weekly training Co13 - West Shore Bureau of Fire joined us for sprinkler training. Chief Mumma went over the different types of systems using the HACC simulator trailer then members from both company's were able to try their hand at stopping a freeflowing sprinkler head. Thanks again to Co 13 for joining us!

If you are interested in joining us stop by the sta around 7pm in a Wednesday evening! We are always looking for new faces!
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Last evening for our weekly training Co13 - West Shore Bureau of Fire joined us for sprinkler training. Chief Mumma went over the different types of systems using the HACC simulator trailer then members from both companys were able to try their hand at stopping a freeflowing sprinkler head. Thanks again to Co 13 for joining us! 

If you are interested in joining us stop by the sta around 7pm in a Wednesday evening! We are always looking for new faces!

 

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Great Photo Coverage

Consumed enough water to last me a week

4 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Sprinkler simulator training ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Thank y'all for all y'all do! God Bless! #ThinRedLine.

4 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Sprinkler simulator training w Co 13 ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 312 and Truck 12 are currently operating at 2nd alarm fire in Upper Allen Twp. ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 312 and Truck 12 are currently operating at 2nd alarm fire in Upper Allen Twp.

 

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Praying for the firefighters and the victims. Thank you for your service.

Prebuild is complete and we're heading home. Thank you to Glick Fire Equipment Company and Pierce Mfg for making this process seamless. Delivery for Squad 12 is expected in late November/ early December. ... See MoreSee Less
Prebuild is complete and were heading home. Thank you to Glick Fire Equipment Company and Pierce Mfg for making this process seamless.  Delivery for Squad 12 is expected in late November/ early December.

 

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Dustin Weese

4 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Members of the Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 from Camp Hill, PA are at Pierce Mfg in Appleton, WI this week for the approval drawing visit for their Enforcer rescue pumper. The build and assembly process will take place at Pierce Manufacturing in Appleton, Wisconsin. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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You're lucky! We must wait till december to see the drawing of our new rescue pumper.

4 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
The Lower Allen Fire Co, Lower Allen Twp Police and Lisburn Community Fire Co would like to congratulate the Cedar Cliff High School Girls Softball team for their PIAA 5A Championship game today. Your home town is proud of you! You have excelled due to your hard work and dedication. ... See MoreSee Less
The Lower Allen Fire Co, Lower Allen Twp Police and Lisburn Community Fire Co would like to congratulate the Cedar Cliff High School Girls Softball team for their PIAA 5A Championship game today. Your home town is proud of you!  You have excelled due to your hard work and dedication.

4 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
0433 hrs. E312 R12 Responded to Rt 581 E for truck brakes on fire w SQ13 from WSBF. Fire was extinguished quickly an crew's returned within 30 mins. 2222 hrs AFA at Bethany Village which was upgraded due to a report of smoke. Crews found burnt food, ventilated and returned. ... See MoreSee Less
0433 hrs. E312 R12 Responded to Rt 581 E for truck brakes on fire w SQ13 from WSBF. Fire was extinguished quickly an crews returned within 30 mins. 2222 hrs AFA at Bethany Village which was upgraded due to a report of smoke. Crews found burnt food, ventilated and returned.

 

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Thank you all for your continued service.

4 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Engine 212 with 5 members are currently attending Slate Hill Mennonite Church's Fun Fest providing Engine tours and fire prevention material. ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 212 with 5 members are currently attending Slate Hill Mennonite Churchs Fun Fest providing Engine tours and fire prevention material.

 

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Joe Robertson Donnie Detrick Mike Dyson... There's our new truck!!! 😂😂

That would be awesome

4 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Chicken is on! ... See MoreSee Less
Chicken is on!

 

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Where are u selling it at

5 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Its been a busy week already and its only Humpday! Some of this weeks highlights are - Monday the Truck and E3 participated in the Camp Hill Memorial Day parade. It was nice to see so many township residents throughout the parade.
Following the parade units went to Colgate Rd n Center Rd's in Cedar Cliff Manor section of the township for an auto accident with a vehicle on its side.

Tues crews went to a local school to assist with removing a childs hand which was stuck in a desk. That evening we ran a crash on Lisburn Rd near the Hempt Quarry where a vehicle left the roadway after striking another vehicle and went thru a fence. Thanks also goes to the multiple Corrrections Officers from SCIC who stopped to assist.
After clearing that accident the Rescue was returning and went to assist in East Pennsboro Rt 15 @ Rt 581 for a serious accident. The Rescue arrived first an provided lighting an other assistance for 2 hrs.

Wednesday evening our members finished up a class on forcible entry with a practical session at the station. This amongst a few other calls for assisting the PD with a gasoline leak and some AFA's.

If you would like to join us or just learn more.... Stop by sta 1 @ the township building around 7pm on a Wednesday and we would love to show you around.
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Its been a busy week already and its only Humpday!  Some of this weeks highlights are - Monday the Truck and E3 participated in the Camp Hill Memorial Day parade. It was nice to see so many township residents throughout the parade.
Following the parade units went to Colgate Rd n Center Rds in Cedar Cliff Manor section of the township for an auto accident with a vehicle on its side. 

Tues crews went to a local school to assist with removing a childs hand which was stuck in a desk. That evening we ran a crash on Lisburn Rd near the Hempt Quarry where a vehicle left the roadway after striking another vehicle and went thru a fence.  Thanks also goes to the multiple Corrrections Officers from SCIC who stopped to assist.  
After clearing that accident the Rescue was returning and went to assist in East Pennsboro Rt 15 @ Rt 581 for a serious accident. The Rescue arrived first an provided lighting an other assistance for 2 hrs. 

Wednesday evening our members finished up a class on forcible entry with a practical session at the station.  This amongst a few other calls for assisting the PD with a gasoline leak and some AFAs. 

If you would like to join us or just learn more.... Stop by sta 1 @ the township building around 7pm on a Wednesday and we would love to show you around.

5 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Across from the old Township Building

$10 Chicken Dinner includes 1/2 Chicken, Baked Potato, Applesauce, Roll & Butter.

All proceeds benefit the Fire Company. Serving from 11am until ???

Annual Chicken BBQJune 3, 2017, 11:00am1993 Hummel Ave, Camp Hill, PA 17011-5943, United StatesAcross from the old Township Building

$10 Chicken Dinner includes 1/2 Chicken, Baked Potato, Applesauce, Roll & Butter.

All proceeds benefit the Fire Company. Serving from 11am until ???
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Annual Chicken BBQ
Around 5pm tonight, Engine 312 and Rescue 12 responded to an auto accident with one vehicle overturned in front of the Turkey Hill along Simpson Ferry Rd. All occupants of both vehicles involved were out on arrival and complained of no injuries. Crews cleared shortly there after. ... See MoreSee Less
Around 5pm tonight, Engine 312 and Rescue 12 responded to an auto accident with one vehicle overturned in front of the Turkey Hill along Simpson Ferry Rd. All occupants of both vehicles involved were out on arrival and complained of no injuries. Crews cleared shortly there after.

 

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? One of the reasons I would love to study accident reconstruction. I can understand rollover being broadsided, i can see over an embankment. How did this happen?

Glad all are okay.

5 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Congratulations to Members Patrick Dudzinski and Max Schertzer for graduating from Cumberland Perry Vo Tech this evening. Also to former Lower Allen Police Officer William Page on his retirement after 25 years! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Members Patrick Dudzinski and Max Schertzer for graduating from Cumberland Perry Vo Tech this evening. Also to former Lower Allen Police Officer William Page on his retirement after 25 years!
Truck 12 (w/6) is currently at Harrisburg Bureau of Fire Uptown Station 1 while city crews operate on a 2 alarm fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 (w/6) is currently at Harrisburg Bureau of Fire Uptown Station 1 while city crews operate on a 2 alarm fire.

5 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
We would like to say congratulations to our newest interior firefighter Christian as he completed his live burn today. ... See MoreSee Less
We would like to say congratulations to our newest interior firefighter Christian as he completed his live burn today.

5 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
1998 Pierce Saber Pumper FOR SALE

Detroit 40 Series HP Diesel Engine 2500 Hours
Allison MD3060R Automatic Transmission Transmission Retarder
Mileage: 26200 as of 5/1/2017 Pump hours: 170 (approx - New hour meter in 2015/2016)

Waterous 1500 GPM Single Stage Pump 500 Gallon Steel Tank
4 - Pre-connected Crosslay Lines
1 - 1 ½” Front Bumper Discharge
2 - 2 ½” Discharges Driver’s Side 2 - 3” Discharges Rear
2 - 3” Discharges Passenger Side 1 - LDH Discharge Passenger Side
2 - 10 Ft Lightweight Hard Sleeves 2 - 1500 Watt Quartz Lights
3 - Pike Poles (2) 6Ft (1) 8Ft 1 - 20 Ft Extension Ladder
1 - 12 Ft Roof Ladder 1 - 10 Ft Folding Ladder
Onan 7.5 KW Generator Fire Com System

Engine is currently in service
All maintenance records are available

$80,000 or best offer
Available Immediately
SOLD AS IS

Contact: Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
2233 Gettysburg Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011
Chief Rodney Mumma – 717-761-6474 ext 1302
Email rmumma@latwp.org

Additional information and pictures are available @
www.LOWERALLENFIRE.COM
“Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 reserves the right to decline any or all offers”
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1998 Pierce Saber Pumper FOR SALE   

Detroit 40 Series HP Diesel Engine   2500 Hours 
Allison MD3060R Automatic Transmission Transmission Retarder
Mileage: 26200 as of 5/1/2017 Pump hours: 170 (approx - New hour meter in 2015/2016)

Waterous 1500 GPM Single Stage Pump   500 Gallon Steel Tank
4 - Pre-connected Crosslay Lines 
1 - 1 ½” Front Bumper Discharge 
2 - 2 ½” Discharges Driver’s Side 2 - 3” Discharges Rear
2 - 3” Discharges Passenger Side  1 - LDH Discharge Passenger Side             
2 - 10 Ft Lightweight Hard Sleeves 2 - 1500 Watt Quartz Lights
3 - Pike Poles (2) 6Ft (1) 8Ft 1 - 20 Ft Extension Ladder
1 - 12 Ft Roof Ladder 1 - 10 Ft Folding Ladder
Onan 7.5 KW Generator Fire Com System

Engine is currently in service
All maintenance records are available

$80,000 or best offer
Available Immediately
SOLD AS IS

Contact: Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 
 2233 Gettysburg Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011
 Chief Rodney Mumma – 717-761-6474 ext 1302
 Email   rmumma@latwp.org

Additional information and pictures are available @
www.LOWERALLENFIRE.COM
“Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 reserves the right to decline any or all offers”

 

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Why is this for sale? Are we downsizing?

Don Young

Aaron Houseman

Jeff Shields

Ryan Barlett

So there will be no more engine 2-12 .. cause of getting a sqad when there is already R-12 .

Updated Pump Hours: Approximately 170 hours (Hour Meter was replaced in 2015/2016

Ed Bordell

Engine is still available!

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Just notified and Proud to announce that we were awarded a Department of Homeland Security Regional Federal Grant through the Assistance to Firefighters Program. We partnered with 4 other departments for replacement of our aging air packs.
The grant is for $641,110 of the $705,220 we jointly requested collectively.
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Scotts??

MSA!!

5 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
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5 months ago

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6 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Tonight our weekly in-house training consists of a Solar Panel Awareness Class. This class is very beneficial for our firefighters as Solar Energy on buildings is becoming more prevalent in this area. Thank you to Paul Paulsen for an excellent class! ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight our weekly in-house training consists of a Solar Panel Awareness Class. This class is very beneficial for our firefighters as Solar Energy on buildings is becoming more prevalent in this area. Thank you to Paul Paulsen for an excellent class!

6 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Tonight, as the continuing Township Citizens Public Safety Academy, the focus from both fire departments was fire extinguishers. The first part of the class consisted of a training video followed by hands on extinguisher practice. A multitude of extinguishing agents and demonstrations were provided. We thank the class for the opportunity to teach them some of the everyday basic training we use! ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight, as the continuing Township Citizens Public Safety Academy, the focus from both fire departments was fire extinguishers. The first part of the class consisted of a training video followed by hands on extinguisher practice. A multitude of extinguishing agents and demonstrations were provided. We thank the class for the opportunity to teach them some of the everyday basic training we use!

6 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Tonight some members and officers attended a electrical safety training class presented by PPL and hosted by Hampden Twp Fire. PPL staff presented and demonstrated the potential hazards first responders could encounter around electrical distribution equipment and best safety practices around electrical emergency scenes. ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight some members and officers attended a electrical safety training class presented by PPL and hosted by Hampden Twp Fire. PPL staff presented and demonstrated the potential hazards first responders could encounter around electrical distribution equipment and best safety practices around electrical emergency scenes.
Little Public Safety break at a local lemonade stand. Gotta support the local economy! ... See MoreSee Less
Little Public Safety break at a local lemonade stand.   Gotta support the local economy!

6 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
This evening, both Township Fire Companies led the Citizens Public Safety Academy by providing a vehicle extraction demonstration at Lisburn. The class was provided all the steps it takes to safely perform a vehicle rescue. The last part of the night consisted of some hands on experience for those in attendance who asked many questions and provided alot of positive feedback! ... See MoreSee Less
This evening, both Township Fire Companies led the Citizens Public Safety Academy by providing a vehicle extraction demonstration at Lisburn. The class was provided all the steps it takes to safely perform a vehicle rescue. The last part of the night consisted of some hands on experience for those in attendance who asked many questions and provided alot of positive feedback!

6 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Expect Minor Delays this morning on Route 15 South at Slate Hill Rd due to a tractor trailer accident. ... See MoreSee Less
Expect Minor Delays this morning on Route 15 South at Slate Hill Rd due to a tractor trailer accident.

 

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Chris Arnold you leave town and look what happened!

Making his own exit?

Looks like you were trying to park it......

How in the world did this happen? Another driver on a cell phone?

Last night after training, Truck 12 with 4 was dispatched to assist Harrisburg City on the 2nd alarm assignment for a row home fire. The crew assisted with extinguishing a fire on the 3rd floor of a home, across the street (behind where this picture was taken). This was caused due to flying embers from the main fire building. The crew then assisted in getting Wagon 3 back inservice. Thank you to Capital City Fire Photos for the use of the photo. ... See MoreSee Less
Last night after training, Truck 12 with 4 was dispatched to assist Harrisburg City on the 2nd alarm assignment for a row home fire. The crew assisted with extinguishing a fire on the 3rd floor of a home, across the street (behind where this picture was taken). This was caused due to flying embers from the main fire building. The crew then assisted in getting Wagon 3 back inservice. Thank you to Capital City Fire Photos for the use of the photo.
Ever wonder what all of the different wires are on utility poles? Here's a brief overview ... See MoreSee Less
Ever wonder what all of the different wires are on utility poles? Heres a brief overview

7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
This afternoon, the 1st alarm was sent to the 03 box for a car fire in a attached garage. EMS and a PSO arrived to find a small fire and knocked it down with a Dry Chem. Box was quickly reduced to Co 12 and Engine 14. ... See MoreSee Less
This afternoon, the 1st alarm was sent to the 03 box for a car fire in a attached garage. EMS and a PSO arrived to find a small fire and knocked it down with a Dry Chem. Box was quickly reduced to Co 12 and Engine 14.

7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Here is a few pics from todays Memorial Service for Lt Devoe. Harrisburg Bureau Fire did an excellent job with the memorial service. Pictures from multiple social media sources. Check out our other pics and videos already posted too. Also worth noting... after the service members stopped at a local restaurant for lunch and when we went to pay the bill someone had paid it forward and put money towards the bill for the members. THANK YOU! ... See MoreSee Less
Here is a few pics from todays Memorial Service for Lt Devoe. Harrisburg Bureau Fire did an excellent job with the memorial service.  Pictures from multiple social media sources. Check out our other pics and videos already posted too. Also worth noting... after the service members stopped at a local restaurant for lunch and when we went to pay the bill someone had paid it forward and put money towards the bill for the members. THANK YOU!

7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Honoring Lt. Dennis DeVoe of the Harrisburg City Fire Department this morning. Rest In PEACE! Thank you for your service! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Thank you for allowing those of us that couldn't attend the opportunity to see this.

Respect and Honor. RIP Lt. Devoe. Fly high with the angels.

Such a loving tribute!!

Honor...thank you

7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Currently we have members in Harrisburg attending Lt DeVoes memorial. ... See MoreSee Less
Currently we have members in Harrisburg attending Lt DeVoes memorial.

 

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Thank you for representing Lower Allen...

Good pic

God Bless you all

7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
This morning, crews were sent to Oxford Manor Apartments for a reported kitchen fire. Engine 130 and Truck 12 found a dryer fire with minor extension.

Just a friendly reminder to clean out your dryer vents, not just outside, but the hose as well!
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This morning, crews were sent to Oxford Manor Apartments for a reported kitchen fire. Engine 130 and Truck 12 found a dryer fire with minor extension. 

Just a friendly reminder to clean out your dryer vents, not just outside, but the hose as well!

7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Snow emergency is lifted. On street parking may resume. Remember: 24 hours after last snow to clear sidewalks and fire hydrants! Thanks for your patience! ... See MoreSee Less
The snow emergency has NOT yet been lifted. Expected to be lifted late tomorrow morning. ... See MoreSee Less
Storm Overview
Most Intense: Now through 2-5PM
End: Steady Snow Ends Tuesday Evening
…Blowing snow a hazard through Wednesday…
Snow Rates: Generally 1-2”
(Periods of 2-4”/hr rates)
Wind: Tue: N/NW 10-25mph, Gusts to 30-45mph (SEPA)
Temperatures: Lower 20s-Middle 30s
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Storm Overview
Most Intense: Now through 2-5PM
End: Steady Snow Ends Tuesday Evening
…Blowing snow a hazard through Wednesday…
Snow Rates: Generally 1-2”
(Periods of 2-4”/hr rates)
Wind: Tue: N/NW 10-25mph, Gusts to 30-45mph (SEPA)
Temperatures: Lower 20s-Middle 30s
Thank you, residents, for your patience. Highway crews and emergency responders appreciate your efforts. The Snow Emergency is still in effect. Please continue to keep your vehicles off the streets (parking). Plowing operations are ongoing. To help minimize deposits at the end of your driveway, please refer to the recommendations in the included image.

If you don't HAVE to be on the road right now, please don't be. There have been numerous disabled vehicles throughout the township. The best way to avoid being another one of them is to stay home if at all possible.

Keep watching out for your neighbors! This is a wet, heavy snow. It will be very easy to over-exert.

Thanks again...we, like you, are looking forward to getting this storm behind us!

Your Public Safety Responders
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Thank you, residents, for your patience.  Highway crews and emergency responders appreciate your efforts.  The Snow Emergency is still in effect.  Please continue to keep your vehicles off the streets (parking).  Plowing operations are ongoing.  To help minimize deposits at the end of your driveway, please refer to the recommendations in the included image.

If you dont HAVE to be on the road right now, please dont be.   There have been numerous disabled vehicles throughout the township.  The best way to avoid being another one of them is to stay home if at all possible.

Keep watching out for your neighbors!  This is a wet, heavy snow.  It will be very easy to over-exert.  

Thanks again...we, like you, are looking forward to getting this storm behind us!

Your Public Safety Responders
16 volunteers staffing stations ready to rapidly assist those in need.

Everyone be safe out there.
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16 volunteers staffing stations ready to rapidly assist those in need. 

Everyone be safe out there.

 

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Be safe!!

Be safe. Prayers for everyone 🙏🏼

7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Tonight, both Lower Allen & Lisburn provided a fire department overview to the Department of Public Safety's Citizens Academy. This also included a tour of the respective apparatus. Many questions were asked and answered. We thank them for the time to learn more about our role. ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight, both Lower Allen & Lisburn provided a fire department overview to the Department of Public Safetys Citizens Academy. This also included a tour of the respective apparatus. Many questions were asked and answered. We thank them for the time to learn more about our role.
A snow emergency has been declared for Lower Allen Township as of 1pm. No vehicle may remain parked on the street after 7pm. Vehicles remaining on the street may be subject to ticketing and/or towing. The municipal building parking lot (2233 Gettysburg Rd) is available for overflow parking if needed.

Highway crews intend to plow curb-to-curb and may make several passes through your neighborhood overnight. Please keep parked vehicles off of the streets until the snow emergency is lifted. This will allow them to work more efficiently and facilitate emergency vehicle response throughout the township.

Please do not plow or blow snow into the streets, and please remember to clear your sidewalks within 24 hours of the last snowfall. Both are mandated by ordinance. Also, please help your emergency responders by clearing the areas around any fire hydrants to facilitate access in case of a fire.

At your own homes, please be sure all vents are clear and that heaters, fireplaces, and stoves are being used safely.

As you shovel, be sure to work at a pace you can handle and take breaks as needed to avoid over-exertion.

Neighbors, watch out for one another! Help out where you can.

Thank you all in advance for your assistance and cooperation,
Your Lower Allen Township Public Safety Responders
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7 months ago

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•All of Central Pennsylvania should be prepared for a substantial snowfall
•Wide range of outcomes of snowfall amounts still exist due to ultimate track and intensity of low pressure system
•Range of possibilities included in this briefing for planning purposes
•Snow will quickly spread into Central Pennsylvania late Monday evening
•No ice is expected from this event; looks like an all snow event
•Snowfall rates of 2 inches per hour possible during the height of the storm
•Unplowed roads may become impassible
•Travel will become extremely hazardous if not impossible during the height of the storm.
•Widespread delays and cancellations expected
•Winds:
•Southeast winds will become East Monday Night, then north on Tuesday
•Wind gusts of around 20 mph are possible Monday Night and Tuesday
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7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Thanks to D.f. Apparatus photos of catching this fantastic shot of the Truck today as the driver was moving it closer to the scene.Lower Allen, PA
Truck 12
Responding into Harrisburg
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Thanks to D.f. Apparatus photos of catching this fantastic shot of the Truck today as the driver was moving it closer to the scene.

 

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Truck 12 is currently assisting Harrisburg City on a 3 Alarm Row Home Fire on Walnut St. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 is currently assisting Harrisburg City on a 3 Alarm Row Home Fire on Walnut St.

 

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Michael ....

7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
R.I.P Lt DeVoeTHIS IS AN OFFICIAL MESSAGE FROM THE HARRISBURG BUREAU OF FIRE. ... See MoreSee Less
R.I.P  Lt DeVoe

 

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Thoughts and prayers are with the Harrisburg Bureau of Fire family and West Shore Bureau of Fire Family. Yesterday WSBF lost a member in an auto accident and a HBF Lt was involved in a serious accident in Harrisburg while the house fire with multiple people trapped was going on in Harrisburg.
Our Truck remained in the City overnight until units from HBF returned from the fire and were able to regroup an return to service early this morning.
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Thank you CC Co.12. Your loyal assistance for decades is something every HBF member respects and appreciates.

Outstanding

Thoughts amd prayers

7 months ago

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Truck 12 is currently covering Harrisburg Bureau of Fire Uptown Station 1 while City and County units operate on a 2 alarm house fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 is currently covering Harrisburg Bureau of Fire Uptown Station 1 while City and County units operate on a 2 alarm house fire.

 

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Suprised your not at the scene

We are the 2nd alarm transfer company. The Truck has handled 1 fire alarm while there.

My mistake I thought you went to the scene on 2nd alarm

We used to go on the 2nd alarm until there was some box card changes in the city.

Ok

Aaron Houseman

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7 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Yesterday Truck 12 ran an Apt Bld fire in Camp Hill. Truck 12 accessed Side A and went to the roof an threw ground ladders while 2 other members went in to assist on attack. Engine 312 also responded after command asked for 2 additional Engines. Thank you to Dustin Weese for some of the photos ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday Truck 12 ran an Apt Bld fire in Camp Hill. Truck 12 accessed Side A and went to the roof an threw  ground ladders while 2 other members went in to assist on attack. Engine 312 also responded after command asked for 2 additional Engines. Thank you to Dustin Weese for some of the photos

8 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Today we were sent to the Capital City Mall to assist the Police Dept. Upon arrival found a lift truck that had a broken hydraulic line an left its operator stranded high above the ground. Truck 12 handled the removal of the operator while Rescue 12 contained the hydraulic fluid spill. ... See MoreSee Less
Today we were sent to the Capital City Mall to assist the Police Dept. Upon arrival found a lift truck that had a broken hydraulic line an left its operator stranded high above the ground. Truck 12 handled the removal of the operator while Rescue 12 contained the hydraulic fluid spill.

 

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never a dull moment for you guys .... keep up the good work !

Hello, this is Ronda from WGAL. May we use these pictures on air? If so, what is the credit?

My DAVE sad all this happened at the mall he didn't get to see thanks for the photos.

Sam Garman Tim Muzzy

8 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
Wednesday night training took us to a new development on Lisburn Rd to practice setting-up the Truck. This gave members refresher training and newer members the chance to work with the Truck. ... See MoreSee Less
Wednesday night training took us to a new development on Lisburn Rd to practice setting-up the Truck. This gave members refresher training and newer members the chance to work with the Truck.

8 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
5 runs on Friday. The morning started out at 0530 with a car fire at McDonalds Carlisle Rd. 1140 the Truck transfered to Harrisburg City while they were on a 2 alarm commercial building fire. On the way back at 1252 the Truck was sent for a medical assist on Chatham Dr. 1456 3400 blk of Hartzdale dr for a smoke odor inside. 2249 Truck transfered to Co 39 North Middleton while they operated on a 2 alarm house fire. Lisburns Tanker transfered to Co 33 New Kingstown and went on a crash on Wertzville Rd in Middlesex Twp with a fly out via Life Lion. ... See MoreSee Less
5 runs on Friday. The morning started out at 0530 with a car fire at McDonalds Carlisle Rd.  1140 the Truck transfered to Harrisburg  City while they were on a 2 alarm commercial building fire. On the way back at 1252 the Truck was sent for a medical assist on Chatham Dr. 1456 3400 blk of Hartzdale dr for a smoke odor inside. 2249 Truck transfered to Co 39 North Middleton while they operated on a 2 alarm house fire. Lisburns Tanker transfered to Co 33 New Kingstown and went on a crash on Wertzville Rd in Middlesex Twp with a fly out via Life Lion.

 

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You all do a great job

What a day

Thank you!

9 months ago

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1
3 calls Tuesday - we started off on a gas leak on Clemson Dr where utility workers were digging in the street an hit a gas line at 0915.
At 1815 were sent to Olmstead Way for smoke in the house. Crews found the house charged w smoke due an electrical fire. Remained on scene for 30 mins removing the smoke before clearing.
Then at 2057 hrs sent to Rt 581 for a tractor trailer fire. E312 accessed off Spangler Rd, established a water supply to units working on the highway. Clearing around 2300 hrs.
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3 calls Tuesday - we started off on a gas leak on Clemson Dr where utility workers were digging in the street an hit a gas line at 0915. 
At 1815 were sent to Olmstead Way for smoke in the house. Crews found the house charged w smoke due an electrical fire. Remained on scene for 30 mins removing the smoke before clearing. 
Then at 2057 hrs sent to Rt 581 for a tractor trailer fire. E312 accessed off Spangler Rd, established a water supply to units working on the highway. Clearing around 2300 hrs.

 

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Thank you! We really appreciate your service!