3 days ago
Squad 12 w/3 is currently transferred to Company 36 Station 2 while multiple Cumberland County units are on a multi alarm fire in Carlisle. ... See MoreSee Less
Here is a list of the winners from our raffle Saturday. Thank you all for your continuous support. Congratulations to all the winners! ... See MoreSee Less
Cumberland County Mitigation Plan Virtual Public Meeting: ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Yearly ladder testing day has arrived. All LAFD, Lisburn and Shiremanstown apparatus will have all of their ladders testing in accordance with NFPA guidelines. This ensures they are safe to operate on anytype of incident. Any failures are deemed unsafe and removed from service. Aerial Testing Company is performing the work. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to EMT Chambers, Paramedic Etter, Paramedic Schware, Paramedic Houser, Fire Chief Murdoch (accepting on behalf of the LAFD) PSO Landis, Ofc Moore, Ofc Rennie, EMT Peters, (Not pictured EMT Hivner) on earning lifesaving awards! Well done, all! ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats to all
We still have a few dinners left. Stop by and get them while they last! ... See MoreSee Less
Chicken was yummy. Potatoes were yuk!!!
Chicken is ready!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Delicious ! THANK YOU....Semper Paratus
Simply delicious 😋😋
Chicken BBQ today, starting sales at 11am until sold out. ... See MoreSee Less
And that smell has traveled all the way over to 4th and Reno!
Sales have started
1 month ago
Congrats to member Ian Chambers on becoming a Paramedic. Ian joined LAFD over 5 years ago and decided to get his EMT. He then joined LA EMS to work as an EMT. Thank you for your dedicated service to the residents of Lower Allen and surrounding areas.We would like everyone to join us in recognizing one of our providers. Recently he completed the Paramedic Program and has received his certification. Congratulations Paramedic Chambers! ... See MoreSee Less
Recently, all LAFD apparatus were outfitted with American Flag decals to show our patriotism to our country. Thank you to J&K Graphics for their work in completing this project. #LAFD #AmericanFlag ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for honoring our beautiful colors!
Looks great Jeff dose excellent work
Nice engine guy be safe and healthy
Gun Raffle tickets are now available. To purchase tickets, please contact a member of Lower Allen Fire Department or Lisburn Community Fire Company or message our facebook pages. We will also be out at Lisburn's Drive-Thru Food Festival Thursday-Saturday from 4-8 selling tickets! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to FF Bryan Dunbar who graduates from the Frederick County Fire & Rescue Fire Academy, Maryland today. We look forward to seeing you back around in the very near future and are proud of your accomplishments! Bryan was also the valedictorian for his class!! ... See MoreSee Less
Last night, LAFD and surrounding mutual aid departments were sent to Courtland Rd for a reported house fire. Chief 12 arrived and confirmed the same. Crews were able to bring the fire under quickly. No injuries were reported. The occupants of the house are being assisted by the American Red Cross. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Thank you to all mutual aid departments that assisted. Another thank you to Fairview Twp & Linglestown for transferring to our HQ station.. Photos courtesy of Chief 12, Curt Werner & Linglestown Fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Well done! That's my neighborhood. Thank you for your quick work.
Thanks for your service to the community
You did an incredible job last night! Thank you! 💕💕
Nice work , thanks for all u do
Prayera for all
Thank you for your service!
Looks like you made a nice stop
This afternoon, Squad 12 was dispatched as part of the 1st Alarm to the Napa Auto Parts Store on State St in Lemoyne for a dumpster fire against the building. The Squad arrived first and deployed both front bumper lines for a quick knock down and to protect the building. Crews on scene 20 minutes. Photos courtesy of West Shore Regional PD. ... See MoreSee Less
A shout out to both Weis Markets (Simpson Ferry & Lowther Rd) locations for the generous donation of water and Gatorade for all Public Safety staff. They combined donate multiple skids of drinks to us. We appreciate the donation!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 w/4 was initially dispatched to Harrisburg City Station 1 while they operated on a structure fire. While in route, Truck 12 was requested to the scene. Truck 12 operated for an hour before being released. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you Konhaus Print & Marketing for providing lunch to all Public Safety departments in the township today! It's greatly appreciated! ... See MoreSee Less
You are very welcome! We hope you enjoyed it! Thanks for keeping us safe each and every day!
Thanks to @service1strestoration for the cases of water they dropped off this morning. We appreciate the donation! ... See MoreSee Less
We are SOLD OUT!!! THANK YOU for your overwhelming support!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Wow...that was quick!!!
1115 Update - WE ARE SOLD OUT!
Chicken is ready. Across from 1993 Hummel Ave. It won't last long! Stop by and support the LAFD! ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats on the sell out. How many dinners did you sell?
Already stopped and picked mine up. Great way to support the fire company. Thanks for all you do.
Sold OUT!!!! THANK You!!!
Ryan Bosserman i thought you worked today
That you Chris Trace?
is this Steve Overmiller in chicken sute lol
Congratulations are in order for Firefighters Nick Knull & Josh Rokowski who graduated today from Montgomery County, MD Fire & Rescues Fire Academy. Both have been in the academy the last 7 months and have now been assigned to their respective shifts and stations. We wish them the best of luck in their days ahead and are glad to have them back on the trucks here in Lower Allen! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations!!! Thank you for your willingness to serve.
Congratulations to both of ya'll
Congratulations to you both
Lower Allen Township Volunteer Fire Co Chicken B-B-Q Saturday June 6th 11:00 a.m. until sold out. Across from 1993 Hummel Ave. $10 per meal. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 w/5, Chief 312 w/2 & Chief 212 assisted on this 2 alarm House Fire in Monroe Twp this afternoon. Crews assisted with salvage and overhaul. Photos courtesy of Curt Werner. ... See MoreSee Less
**ROUTE 15 IS REOPENED**
All lanes of Route 15 Southbound are closed at the PA Turnpike in Upper Allen Township due to an accident. ... See MoreSee Less
Route 15 is now reopened.
What was going on on North bound side around 10 am?
Squad 12 w/5 and Chief 212 assisted on this 2 alarm house fire in Mechanicsburg this am. Credit to the photographer. ... See MoreSee Less
I listened to this being dispatched and heard the evac tones. Prayers of safety for all.
Omg prayers for all
Can you preorder?
We will support you since Upper Allen Township Fire Dept canceled their event
335 Wesley Dr. Cooking fire reported out upon arrival. Smoke on division 2. Chief 2-12 with command. Engine 1-12, Squad 12 and Truck 12 crews used fans to vent apartment and 2nd floor hallway. ... See MoreSee Less
#TBT to 80 years ago this week when the LAFD put into service a 1940 Ford/Darley 500 gpm Engine. This replaced our first engine, a 1929 Packard. Throughout the years, it was sold and then restored by Stoney Miller, who resides locally. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 w/6 & Chief 212 w/2 assisted New Cumberland Fire with a working house fire this am. Truck 12 arrived and assisted with Truck Company Operations. 4 additional members were on station to cover the township. #lowerallenfire ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 is currently on a transfer to Linglestown Station 35, Dauphin County with Halifax Engine 29-1 while Lower Paxton units work a first due fire. ... See MoreSee Less
I need to do a ride along on the awesome ladder truck
**REPORTED FALSE ALARM GETS THE UPGRADE**
Around 0730 this am, LAFD and UAFD were sent to a local hotel for a reported automatic fire alarm. While en route, CC911 advised Chief 212 that the alarm was false and to be on test due to ongoing renovations. Within department guidelines, Chief 212 continued to the scene to verify and held all units in quarters. Upon arrival and being let in by staff that was not on scene when the alarm came in, an odor of something burning was found on the 4th Floor. The assignment was quickly upgraded bringing in additional mutual aid units. First arriving crews found a circulator pump that malfunctioned and overheated in a mechanical room. This is a reminder to many that not all fire alarms are truly false, especially when no one is on scene and should not be treated as such. ... See MoreSee Less
Correct...But please refer to NFPA SOG's when responding to AFA's & other types of Commerical Buildings& Residental dwellings.It may help you revise or guide you if that is indeed the case? Thank You for your service.From the House on the Hill ATTACK&TOWER18 6000 GPM FIRE FLOW POWER 247
I’ll say again. No alarm is “routine”. Great job to all.
Awesome save guys n gals
#membermonday is back after a brief hiatus! This week we feature Brandon Hedstrom. Brandon joined our department about 2 years ago after running in York County. Brandon recently became qualified to drive Engine 312 and steps up to the plate when called upon. When not at the firehouse, you can find him spending time with his family, enjoying concerts playing with his dog Sully or at the local dirt tracks! #LAFD #lowerallenfire ... See MoreSee Less
Cumberland County has been added to Governor Tom Wolf's Stay at Home Order. Stay at Home guidance: www.ccpa.net/4796 ... See MoreSee Less
While many of you are staying home and may find yourself decluttering, here are some helpful Fire Safety Tips while doing so! ... See MoreSee Less
We hear you...the Director will be posting to the Lower Allen Township Department of Public Safety and OEM Facebook page, found by searching @LowerAllenDPS as well as the @DirectorLowerA1 twitter account. These is more for general info and updates regarding the COVID-19 issues. Individual township PD, EMS, and Fire pages will still push out their own info as well, but this will assist in keeping their pages a little cleaner and more “business as usual” while allowing the Director’s feed to focus on the COVID-19 issue, almost exclusively. Hopefully this helps the non-Twitter users. ... See MoreSee Less
During these unprecedented times, the Director of Public Safety will be keeping Lower Allen Township residents and businesses informed of emergency management updates through his Twitter page. You can follow him @DirectorLowerA1 ... See MoreSee Less
To all; As you may have heard, Governor Wolf has ordered all non-life sustaining businesses in the Commonwealth to close effective 20:00 hours tonight. This is an escalation of the previous guidance from our government. Based on the evolving nature of the COVID-19 issue, LAFD we will be implementing the following steps:
Both stations will be closed to all non-members, visitors, guests, and members of the public until further notice. Any non-member needing to conduct business in person shall schedule an appointment. Vendors performing required maintenance are permitted but shall have limited contact with other persons on station.
All requests for smoke detector installs, public appearances, fire prevention presentations or related will not be honored until further notice.
This is a rapidly changing situation and further action plans may be implemented by the department.
We reassure you that if you call 911 in the need of an emergency, we will still respond. Personnel have received proper instruction on how to handle emergency requests from the public.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us.
Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
Suggest you provide smoke detector pick-up outside the station for those who need it?
Thank you for all you do!
Squad 12 with 5 is currently providing overnight coverage to Citizens Fire Company No. 1 of Mt. Holly with Franklin County Truck 42 while they prepare for tomorrow's LODD services. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you very much for the coverage. We greatly appreciate it
Way to support each other.
God bless all of you and his family
LAFD, Lisburn, Lower Allen EMS, Camp Hill Fire & Camp Hill Police are currently honoring Jerome Guise of Company 36 who passed away yesterday in a house fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Kristina Zimmerman Wagner
I can't physically be there. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you all 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏. Keep being strong.
Thoughts and prayers with all
Don’t forget when changing your clocks, change your smoke detector batteries too!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Also a good time to change your c/o detector battery.
Squad 12 is currently assisting on an overturned Turkey trailer on the off ramp from Route 581 East to Route 15 South. Expect a closure this morning until the trailer and turkeys can be removed. ... See MoreSee Less
Olivia Mish Logan Shearer
May FOX43 use this photo with proper credit?
Hopefully no injuries.
Does anyone else have the chicken scene from Backdraft running thru their mind or just me
How is traffic in the area now have to come through the area shortly
Oh the humanity!
Turkey dinner for camp hill prison
Run turkeys run!
Run free my bird friends!
Oh those poor things. 😔
Turkey dinner tonight. Lol
Terry Martin LOL
Yesterday afternoon, Squad 12 w/3 assisted Hampden Township with a well involved house fire. Squad 12 supplied Truck 29 for master stream operations and then remained on scene to assist with CAFS operations. Co 12 was on scene for 4 hours. The station remained staff while we were committed. ... See MoreSee Less
Was truck 29 first in?
Hope everyone got out ok
Preplan Preplan Preplan! After having the Front Seat Rider class for training previously, tonight members from LAFD and Shiremanstown discussed preplans. Tonight's activities included questionnaires, doing a preplan of their own residence and group scenarios. Personnel intermingled together to plan out real life scenarios of locations we respond to within our first due. Chief Trace led the discussion with good feedback from all involved. ... See MoreSee Less
#membermonday featuring Bill Yeagley. Bill works for the LA Township as the Fire Inspector and Codes person. Recently moved under the Public Safety Department, Bill oversees all inspections and Knox Box issues in the township. When not working for LA, Bill volunteers at home in Lebanon and is a PA State Certified Fire Instructor teaching many classes. ... See MoreSee Less
Aweso picture of our son-in-law, Bill Yeagley. CONGRATULATIONS,Bill. So PROUD of you and your dedication to your Job and Lower Allen. Great example to those wishing to enter FIRE FIGHTING FIELD. Being knowledgeable in all areas and aspects of FIREFIGHTING makes you a tremendous ASSET to those you work with and your communities where you live,work,and teach. THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts for caring about the safety of others. God Bless
Great guy. Enjoy seeing him when he visits Amsted Rail.
Job postings within our Public Safety family: Go to www.latwp.org/ to apply. Click the "Information" tab, then "Employment" ... See MoreSee Less
Mason Rampulla Tyler Heicklen Thomas Williams Robert Wesner
#membermonday features Firefighter BJ Kauffman. BJ joined over 15 years ago as a junior, quickly became an interior firefighter who then went off to the US Army for 10 years as a Ranger. He has recently returned to the area to get back into the swing of things. BJ enjoys spending time with friends and hanging around the station to keep himself busy! #lowerallenfire ... See MoreSee Less
TYFYS! and your continued service to your community!! 👍
Police Testing in Cumberland County, coming up! Please share far and wide....
Website to apply is: cumberlandcountypolicetest.com/ ... See MoreSee Less
#membermonday features Firefighter Rod Mumma. As an active member of over 30 years, Rod grew thru the ranks all the way up to Chief. When not running calls, he assists with handyman work around the station and leading our membership committee. Other times you can find him in the Yellow Breeches fishing or spending time with his family at a local gun range. ... See MoreSee Less
This afternoon, LAFD and Lower Allen Township Emergency Medical Services were sent to the Walmart for an auto accident with injuries. Chief 112 and EMS found 1 vehicle that struck 2 other vehicles and into a pole. 1 patient was transported to the hospital with mjnor injuries. Crews secured vehicles and assisted with cleanup before going available. ... See MoreSee Less
Zimmerman's, thank you for taking care of us and keeping us safe.We were honored to be to serve our local fire departments! Today, we inspected and performed an oil change on Lower Allen Fire Department's Chief vehicle. Thank you for everything you do for the community! ... See MoreSee Less
Training never stops at LAFD. Tonight is Night 1 of 2 for the Front Seat Rider Class offered by @hacc_edu and taught by @jerryozog. This starts Part 1 of a series of trainings that will further educate our firefighters on scene size-ups and decision making when responding on incidents. Part 2 & 3 will deal with pre-plans of buildings and group-based decisions in role playing scenarios in a variety of incidents. Joining us tonight is Lisburn & Shiremanstown! ... See MoreSee Less
#membermonday with Assistant Chief Steve Overmiller. A life active member who has served as an officer for many years as well as assisting Lisburn with Tanker calls on occasion. When not working one of his many jobs as a 911 dispatcher and paid driver, you can find him traveling abroad in the USA and foreign countries. He has the unofficial title of being your local friendly travel agent. #lowerallenfire ... See MoreSee Less
Last night for our weekly training, Lower Allen Township Emergency Medical Services provided us basic first aid skills and tourniquet applications for our bi-annual first aid refresher. First Aid is a requirement to ride our apparatus in the need to assist EMS on medical assists, accidents or other emergencies. At the end of the night, the proper use of their equipment was reviewed. A total of 25 people were in attendance from LAFD, Lisburn Community Fire Company and Shiremanstown Fire Department. ... See MoreSee Less
Best wishes to FF/PSO Bryan Dunbar who is working his last shift tonight. Bryan is headed to Frederick County, MD Fire & Rescue to become a career firefighter. Bryan joined LAFD as a Volunteer in 2017 and then was hired on as a PSO in 2018. We wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations, you'll have fun.
That’s excellent!!! Congrats to Bryan.
Congrats Bryan, it was good working with you. Wish you well in your future endeavors.
Wish you the best Dunbar!
Congratulations and good luck
Good luck, Dunbar!
Congratulations. Welcome aboard
Congrats and stay safe
Congrats!! Good luck!
Good Luck Brother on your next career firefighter!
Congratulations & good luck
Congrats Dunbar! Stay safe!
Best of luck
Good luck, and Welcome!
Congratulations and best of luck!
Congratulations 🚒🚒 good luck and stay safe🚒🚒
#membermonday Assistant Chief Chris Trace is today's featured member. A member since 2006, he served as a Lt. in 2016 and then was elected as an Assistant Chief in 2017. When not running calls or assisting with other daily functions of the department, he can be found working as a 911 dispatcher or spending time in State College attending Penn State football & hockey games.#lowerallenfire Photo courtesy of Dustin Weese. ... See MoreSee Less
1 removed from Carlisle Rd Accident -- Company 12 & Rescue 14 were sent to Carlisle Rd & Center Rd for an auto accident with 1 vehicle that overturned. Chief 12 arrived and found 1 vehicle that rolled multiple times and struck a tree. 1 occupant was found to be confined. Squad 12 arrived and removed the drivers door and the patient was transferred to LA EMS care. Rescue 14 was cancelled en route. Rescue 12 and Engine 3-12 assisted with manpower. Units cleared in approx 30 mins. ... See MoreSee Less
High School Seniors!!! Graduation is soon approaching and the fall semester will follow shortly behind. Did you know we offer a college tuition reimbursement program and a living stipend? What does that mean for you? While attending school, we will reimburse you a certain % based on your grades and provide you a living stipend so you don't need to a hold a job. What do we get in return while living at the firehouse? Your staffing to provide a quick response to our community. If you're interested or have questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
#membermonday This week features Mike "Mongo" Wilson. Mike is our Relief President and a Quartermaster. Mike and his son Christian came to us a few years ago and has quickly become a go to guy for many things. When not working or spending time with his family, you can find him traveling or rooting for the Dallas Cowboys. Also wish him a Happy Birthday, as he turns 29 again on Friday! #lowerallenfire #featuredmember Thanks to @Jillian Stewart for the picture! ... See MoreSee Less
Want to make a difference in your local community? Then you fit the bill! Come and join our family. We are always looking for new members, untrained and trained. We WILL train you at no cost out of your pocket. Stop by our HQ Station, 2233 Gettysburg Rd or email us at email@example.com #volunteer #LAFD #100%volunteer #recruitment #newmembersneeded #firefighting ... See MoreSee Less
Go lower Allen fire.
The 2019 Statistical Report is listed below. The year ended with 741 calls, up from 644 in 2018. We had 20 Volunteers that responded on 10% or more of the runs in addition to the 7 members of the public safety staff. We look forward to see what challenges come to us in 2020.
Type of Incidents
100 Fire Related – 101
200 Overpressure - 2
300 Rescue (Medical/Vehicle Accidents) - 118
400 Hazardous Condition (Gas) - 98
500 Service Calls/Transfers - 48
600 Good Intent - 196
700 False Alarms - 163
800 - Severe Weather - 15
Day of the Week
Sunday - 96
Monday - 98
Tuesday – 118
Wednesday - 110
Thursday - 117
Friday - 109
Saturday - 93
Time of Day
00:00 - 07:59 - 134
08:00 - 15:59 - 336
16:00 - 23:59 - 271
Average Personnel per Call – 7.4
Apparatus Scene Responses
Engine 112 - 139
Engine 312 - 46
Squad 12 - 485
Rescue 12 - 117
Truck 12 - 240
Utility 12 - 29
Chief 12 - 166
Chief 112 - 54
Chief 212 - 151
Chief 312 - 128
Incidents by Municipality
Lower Allen – 437
Upper Allen - 59
Camp Hill – 51
Hampden Twp - 44
Fairview Twp - 36
Lemoyne - 34
New Cumberland - 28
Mechanicsburg – 15
Shiremanstown - 12
Harrisburg - 8
East Pennsboro Twp - 5
Wormleysburg – 5
Lower Paxton Twp – 2
Carlisle – 1
Carroll Twp – 1
Penn Twp – 1
Silver Spring Twp - 1
Swatara Twp - 1
Calls by Month
January - 59
February - 61
March - 63
April - 63
May - 67
June - 52
July - 72
August – 63
September – 59
October – 65
November – 60
December - 57 ... See MoreSee Less
#membermonday lt. Eric Tamosaitis is this weeks featured member. Eric had been an appointed LT since 2017 and assists with handling our public events along side Lt Tkac. When not adound the station, you can find him standing near his smoker or at the dirt track on Friday nights. Photo courtesy of Jillian Stewart. ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight as you celebrate the ringing in of a new year and reminisce on the past decade, we ask that you strongly consider not drinking and driving. Please call a sober friend, family member, Uber, Lift or Taxi instead of risking you or someone elses life. As our family will be celebrating with our own, we would like to not be pulled away and use these tools for those that make the wrong choice. We wish everyone a Happy and Safe New Year! #pleasedrivesober #happynewyear ... See MoreSee Less
Praying that you have a quiet night🙏
TYFYS! 😁. Enjoy a quiet night! You deserve it!! 😁
Happy New Year! Be safe
#membermonday or in this case #FamilyMonday This week we highlight a family. Greg Weaver and Rebecca Maher along with their son Max(not pictured and currently in the military) came to us about 5-6 years ago after a neighbors home caught fire and wanted to help out by giving back to the community they live in. In that case, they came to us and quickly obtained their training to become interior firefighters. In 2020, Greg will serve as our Fire Company Vice President and Rebecca will serve as our Relief Association Vice President. To the left is Noah Weaver, a very eager learning junior member who is always a big help around the department when present. What is extra special about Noah is that he participates in Special Olympics events across the state and was awarded 3 gold medals in Skiing last winter! ... See MoreSee Less
Merry Christmas from our family to yours! Have a safe and Happy Holiday! ... See MoreSee Less
Likewise & TYFYS! 🎅😁
Merry Christmas to all the guys and gals at Cumb Co station 12 and 12-2.
#membermonday features Gary Frazer. Pap, as we call him, has been in a staple in the department since 1970 and has been truly active every year since then, serving all the way up to Deputy Chief in the early 2000s. When not wheeling the Truck around some of our tight streets, you can find him on one of the many local golf courses! ... See MoreSee Less
I have known Gary since he joined the fire co., He was always a go getter and wanted to learn all he could about firefighting and all it's aspects. I saw him become a roll model for some of the newer members. So CONGRATULATIONS on your FIFTY YEARS of active service.
Missing hanging out ,drink a few cold ones. At the Dog House
Great person every way around. If I can be half the fire fighter and leader you have been and are, I would be proud of that accomplishment . Thanks for your service and most of all your friendship!!
Great man right there !! Learned lots from him over the years !!! Thank you for all your years of service !!! Totally amazing !!!!
2020 is a true active 50 years of service! Always been an amazing role model in and outside of the firehouse for dad, myself and now Isabelle! ♥️ thanks for everything you do grandpa!
Just an all around great guy. Thank you Gary Frazer for years of answering my questions. I always look forward to seeing you
Pap is a great example for all of us. It has been a pleasure to work with him.
I remember Gary from almost 50 years ago when we played softball and trained in the West Shore Fire Chief's softball league.
Gary, I won't leave without you. 😉
One great guy
He is a god!
Shortly after 5am, LAFD and our surrounding mutual aid departments were dispatched to the 1300-blk of Slate Hill Rd for fire from the roof of a building. A passerby saw flames and dialed 911. PD and Chief 12 arrived and confirmed the information. Engines 112, 237 and Rescue 30 arrived and initiated fire attack. Squad 12 laid a 1300' supply line from the closest hydrant on Appleton St. Truck 23 positioned and assisted Chief 30 with Roof Operations. Engines 22, 24 and Truck 14 supplied manpower. York Rescue 69 for RIT and Engine 129 were dispatched to assist with manpower. Crews operated for approximately 2 hours. LA EMS and Hampden EMS assisted as well. LAPD is handling the investigation. Thanks to Squad 20 & Dauphin Truck 35 for covering the township and getting the 5 inch back on the Squad. ... See MoreSee Less
1300 ft!!! Chris Trace, you repacked all that by yourself right? Haha all seriousness, was listening to this call this morning and job well done by everyone