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Ever wonder what all of the different wires are on utility poles? Heres a brief overview
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 2 new photos.

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.
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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.

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 19 new photos.

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!
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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!
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Honoring Lt. Dennis DeVoe of the Harrisburg City Fire Department this morning. Rest In PEACE! Thank you for your service!

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

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CaroleJo OKeefeRespect and Honor. RIP Lt. Devoe. Fly high with the angels.

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Jane BrooksSuch a loving tribute!!

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Julie Davis EchterlingHonor...thank you

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 3 new photos.

Currently we have members in Harrisburg attending Lt DeVoes memorial.
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Currently we have members in Harrisburg attending Lt DeVoes memorial.

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Julie Davis EchterlingThank you for representing Lower Allen...

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Daniel WadeGood pic

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Manani LeDane ProGod Bless you all

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 3 new photos.

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!
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
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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
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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!

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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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Heidi Wiser-HeberligBe safe!!

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Dawn HobbleBe safe. Prayers for everyone 🙏🏼

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 3 new photos.

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.
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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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•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

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 shared D.f. Apparatus Photos's photo.

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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Lower Allen, PA Truck 12 Responding into Harrisburg

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.
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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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 shared Squad 8 - Harrisburg Bureau of Fire's photo.

R.I.P Lt DeVoe
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THIS IS AN OFFICIAL MESSAGE FROM THE HARRISBURG BUREAU OF FIRE.

R.I.P  Lt DeVoe
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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Fred TillerThank you CC Co.12. Your loyal assistance for decades is something every HBF member respects and appreciates.

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Tom WelkerOutstanding

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Lea LeibyThoughts amd prayers

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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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Andy RalphSuprised your not at the scene

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1We are the 2nd alarm transfer company. The Truck has handled 1 fire alarm while there.

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

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1We used to go on the 2nd alarm until there was some box card changes in the city.

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 14 new photos.

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
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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
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 5 new photos.

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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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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Bob Barenever a dull moment for you guys .... keep up the good work !

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

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

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 2 new photos.

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.
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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.
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 3 new photos.

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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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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Kim MachamerYou all do a great job

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Michelle CarusoWhat a day

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Laura Buerger SawyerThank you!

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 10 new photos.

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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Justin SpauldingThank you! We really appreciate your service!

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This morning E312 transfered to Co 36 Boiling Springs station while they operated on a 2nd Alarm fire at an auto salvage yard in Middlesex Twp. ... See MoreSee Less
This morning E312 transfered to Co 36 Boiling Springs station while they operated on a 2nd Alarm fire at an auto salvage yard in Middlesex Twp.

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 4 new photos.

Last evenings training was a joint training with all Lower Allen Twp DPS services on Rescue Task forces.

Thursday was a busy morning. At 1036 am Crew were sent to 2900 Blk of Lisburn Rd for a MVA w confinement. C212 arrived to find 2 vehicle MVA with 1 pt confined. E312 and Rescue 12 popped a door for pt removal.

Shortly after clearing units were returning and then sent for an AFA in the 5000 blk of Ritter Rd at 1141 hrs. C212 arrived shortly after dispatch with building evacuated an possible false trip. E312/R12 Crews investigated an confirmed.

At 1151 dispatched mutual aid to Hampden Twp for a bedroom fire. E312 and C212 cleared the AFA and responded. E312 assisted on the scene and cleared at 1255hrs.
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Last evenings training was a joint training with all Lower Allen Twp DPS services on Rescue Task forces. 

Thursday was a busy morning.  At 1036 am Crew were sent to 2900 Blk of Lisburn Rd for a MVA w confinement. C212 arrived to find 2 vehicle MVA with 1 pt confined.  E312 and Rescue 12 popped a door for pt removal. 

Shortly after clearing units were returning and then sent for an AFA in the 5000 blk of Ritter Rd at 1141 hrs. C212 arrived shortly after dispatch with building evacuated an possible false trip.  E312/R12 Crews investigated an confirmed.  

At  1151 dispatched mutual aid to Hampden Twp for a bedroom fire.  E312 and C212 cleared the AFA and responded. E312 assisted on the scene and cleared at 1255hrs.
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 6 new photos.

In the past 24hrs we ran 2 working fires in the Township. Tuesday evening at approximately 1930 hrs we were sent for smoke in a house in the Allendale section of the township. Police Dept arrived an advised heavy smoke from the structure. EMS Chief 74 was in the area an arrived 1st an assumed command until our units arrived. Crews found smoke and fire condition in the first floor along with a large hole in the floor. Finding additional fire in the basement an 2nd alarm was requested then scaled back.

Wednesday a.m. at approx. 0710 hrs we responded to the Windsor Park development for another house fire. Crews made entry an quickly were able to locate an extinguish the fire. Upon doing a search a victim was found deceased in the residence. Thank you to our mutual aid partners for all their assistance covering our stations and helping to get our apparatus back in service quickly.
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In the past 24hrs we ran 2 working fires in the Township. Tuesday evening at approximately 1930 hrs we were sent for smoke in a house in the Allendale section of the township. Police Dept arrived an advised heavy smoke from the structure. EMS Chief 74 was in the area an arrived 1st an assumed command until our units arrived. Crews found smoke and fire condition in the first floor along with a large hole in the floor.  Finding additional fire in the basement an 2nd alarm was requested then scaled back. 

Wednesday a.m. at approx. 0710 hrs we responded to the Windsor Park development for another house fire. Crews made entry an quickly were able to locate an extinguish the fire. Upon doing a search a victim was found deceased in the residence.  Thank you to our mutual aid partners for all their assistance covering our stations and helping to get our apparatus back in service quickly.
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Crews are currently operating the scene of an auto accident on Wesley drive. Please be cautious in the area.

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CaroleJo OKeefePrayers for all involved.

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Justin JR LaidackerPrayin' for all involved! Thank y'all for all y'all do!

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 15 new photos.

Last night as our members were gathering at Sta 2 for our annual Christmas meal with our families we were sent to the 3100 blk of Gettysburg Rd for an auto accident. PD arrived finding no victim. The vehicle launched from the roadway landing on a parked cargo van and then rolled.

After clearing the accident crews returned to Sta 2 to enjoy the meal with our families.

Thank you to all the volunteers and their families who sacrifice many dinners, missed events and other times with their families to serve the community.
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Last night as our members were gathering at Sta 2 for our annual Christmas meal with our families we were sent to the 3100 blk of  Gettysburg Rd for an auto accident. PD arrived finding no victim. The vehicle launched from the roadway landing on a parked cargo van and then rolled. 

After clearing the accident crews returned to Sta 2 to enjoy the meal with our families. 

Thank you to all the volunteers and their families who sacrifice many dinners, missed events and other times with their families to serve the community.

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Maxwell SchertzerPatrick and JamesDylan this is the accident I was trying to explain to you guys today

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2017 administrative and chief officers are as follows:

President: Megan Mumma
Vice President: Greg Weaver
Secretary: Pam Tkac
Treasurer: Jim Polly

Deputy Fire Chief: Dave Murdoch
1st Assistant: Steve Overmiller
2nd Assistant: Tim Sheely

Congratulations to all and thank you for your dedication in making 2016 successful.
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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 11 new photos — with Cody Hobble.

Another Wednesday another exciting day. Our morning started on Rt 15 near Wesley Dr with an Accident w confinement. E312 w the PSO's and Rescue12 arrived after Chief112 to find a 2 vehicle MVA and had to force a door. Other than traffic problems luckily minor injuries.

Later in the day while returning from picking up E1 from the shop it suffered a front tire failure. The operator was about to safely bring it to a stop without incident and causing minor backups. (More on this later)

Finally for Weekly training we headed out for a Facility tour at a local meat packing facility. Its always good to see these businesses on good days, not just when they are having a bad day.

If your facility would be interested in showing us around too please contact the Township.
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Another Wednesday another exciting day. Our morning started on Rt 15 near Wesley Dr with an Accident w confinement. E312 w the PSOs and Rescue12 arrived after Chief112 to find a 2 vehicle MVA and had to force a door. Other than traffic problems luckily minor injuries. 

Later in the day while returning from picking up E1 from the shop it suffered a front tire failure. The operator was about to safely bring it to a stop without incident and causing minor backups. (More on this later) 

Finally for Weekly training we headed out for a Facility tour at a local meat packing facility. Its always good to see these businesses on good days, not just when they are having a bad day. 

If your facility  would be interested in showing us around too please contact the Township.
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 17 new photos.

Wild Wednesday was quite the busy day with 6 calls. Starting a little after noon time E312 transferred to Co 31 (Silver Spring) while they assisted on a missing person incident. While there they took in 2 calls for Co 31.

Smoke in a building in Hampden Twp off Salem Church Rd @ 1246 hrs then a AFA 1536 hrs off Truffle Glen Dr before returning around 5pm.

Crews were getting ready to head to HACC for weekly training when Lower Allen EMS called out with a MVA on Wesley Dr @ Gettysburg Rd around 630 pm reporting possibly 3 injuries. E312 and R12 hearing the call from Amb 74 were responding before dispatch along w C212. Arriving shortly after being officially dispatched by CC911 with a 2 vehicle accident patients out of the vehicles being attended to by LAEMS until additional EMS units arrived. Lisburn MP24 added on as they were coming in to go to HACC an assisted on scene.

While still on scene of the MVA HQ advised to copy another call @ 1906 hrs.

This sent E312 from the scene of the MVA w C212 and Co 23 (Upper Allen) to Louise Dr to a hotel for a AFA. C212 arrived and was advised by staff "just burnt popcorn" but found 1st floor hallway charged w smoke. E312 arrived and set up fans to remove the smoke. C212 held Co 12 and after Rescue 12 cleared the crash they responded over to assist with additional fans. Units on scene for 30 mins before heading over to HACC for weekly training.

This weeks drill was in the Smoke Maze where crews had to navigate multiple hazards climbing over and under objects, up and down obstacles while communicating with each other and managing their breathing air.
Good job by all!

On the way back to station to clean up E312 and MP24 witnessed a transformer blow at Carlisle Rd and Lowther St. Crews notified PPL and cleared shortly afterwards.
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Wild Wednesday was quite the busy day with 6 calls. Starting  a little after noon time E312 transferred to Co 31 (Silver Spring) while they assisted on a missing person incident. While there they took in 2 calls for Co 31. 

Smoke in a building in Hampden Twp off Salem Church Rd @ 1246 hrs then a AFA 1536 hrs off Truffle Glen Dr before returning around 5pm. 
 
Crews were getting ready to head to HACC for weekly training when Lower Allen EMS called out with a MVA on Wesley Dr @ Gettysburg Rd around 630 pm reporting possibly 3 injuries. E312 and R12 hearing the call from Amb 74 were responding before dispatch along w C212.  Arriving shortly after being officially dispatched by CC911 with a 2 vehicle accident patients out of the vehicles being attended to by LAEMS until additional EMS units arrived.  Lisburn MP24 added on as they were coming in to go to HACC an assisted on scene.

 While still on scene of the MVA HQ advised to copy another call @ 1906 hrs. 

This sent E312  from the scene of the MVA w C212 and Co 23 (Upper Allen) to Louise Dr to a hotel for a AFA. C212 arrived and was advised by staff just burnt popcorn but found 1st floor hallway charged w smoke. E312 arrived and set up fans to remove the smoke. C212 held Co 12 and after Rescue 12 cleared the crash they responded over to assist with additional fans. Units on scene for 30 mins before heading over to HACC for weekly training.
 
This weeks drill was in the Smoke Maze where crews had to navigate multiple hazards climbing over and under objects, up and down obstacles while communicating with each other and managing their breathing air. 
Good job by all!  

On the way back to station to clean up E312 and MP24 witnessed a transformer blow at Carlisle Rd and Lowther St. Crews notified PPL and cleared shortly afterwards.
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 12 new photos.

Weekly Wednesday Training - Tonight the Truck, Engine 2 along with Lisburn went to HACC and did some run in drills. Crews responded to reported fires, performed searches and extricated any victims that were found. THANK YOU to all who participated! If you have an interest in joining stop by Station 1 on a Wednesday evening.
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Weekly Wednesday Training - Tonight the Truck, Engine 2 along with  Lisburn went to HACC and did some run in drills. Crews responded to reported fires, performed searches and extricated any victims that were found. THANK YOU  to all who participated! If you have an interest in joining stop by Station 1 on a Wednesday evening.
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 shared York County Planning Commission's post.

Meeting is tonight 7-830 @ Fairview Fire Station on Lewisberry Rd about these 2 bridges that join LATWP on Slate Hill Rd and Sheepford Rd's
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Tomorrow night, Cumberland and York Counties are holding a public open house to discuss the future of the Slate Hill Road bridge and the Sheepford Road bridge. Recent inspections revealed deterioration to both bridges that will require significant repair in the future. The counties are looking for resident input on whether bridges should be repaired, replaced, or permanently closed. You can attend an open house at Fairview Township Fire Department any time from 7:00 to 8:30 PM tomorrow, November 15th.

Meeting is tonight 7-830 @ Fairview Fire Station on Lewisberry Rd about these 2 bridges that join LATWP on Slate Hill Rd and Sheepford Rds
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 2 new photos.

Today DC Murdoch and other members were able to attend the annual Lower Allen VFW Veterans Day remembrance. Our Police and Fire Departments each received a sizable donation from the VFW. Afterwords we were invited inside for lunch and fellowship. Again we thank you for your support
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Today DC Murdoch and other members were able to attend the annual Lower Allen VFW Veterans Day remembrance.  Our Police and Fire Departments each received a sizable donation from the VFW.  Afterwords we were invited inside for lunch and fellowship. Again we thank you for your support
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From the Members and Officers, Happy Veterans Day to our Members and all who were brave enough, selfless enough and loved this country enough that they answered the call to defend our freedoms. Thank you all!
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 17 new photos.

Wednesday - Tonight's training was hoseloads and hoseline advancement. The objective tonight was for the crews to deploy handlines and navigate through obstacles and tight spaces. We changed things up a little and decended on 3 parks in flash mob style around the Township. Once crews completed the drill we repacked the lines and moved on to the next location.

If you have an interest in joining, feel free to stop by Sta 1 on Gettysburg Rd at 7pm on Wednesdays. There are also many non- firefighting opportunities available also!
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Wednesday - Tonights training was hoseloads and hoseline advancement. The objective tonight was for the crews to deploy handlines and navigate through obstacles and tight spaces. We changed things up a little and decended on 3 parks in flash mob style around the Township.  Once crews completed the drill we repacked the lines and moved on to the next location.  

If you have an interest in joining, feel free to stop by Sta 1 on Gettysburg Rd at 7pm on Wednesdays. There are also many non- firefighting opportunities available also!

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CaroleJo OKeefeThis looks like it would have been fun to photograph.

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Dawn HobbleI came on the wrong Wednesday. That's a wonderful photography opportunity!

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 15 new photos.

Last night our members along with assistance from Lisburn were throughout the Twp neighborhoods for Trick or Treat Night handing out pizza and candy.
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Last night our members along with assistance from Lisburn were throughout the Twp neighborhoods for Trick or Treat Night handing out pizza and candy.

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Donna LevinneThank you all for your kindness!

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 5 new photos.

Its Fire Prevention Week. Monday we started off with 2 schools and also took in a elevator alarm on Cedar Run Dr and a Crash in Lemoyne.
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Its Fire Prevention Week. Monday we started off with 2 schools and also took in a elevator alarm on Cedar Run Dr and a Crash in Lemoyne.
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CHICKEN IS READY!! DRIVE THRU SERVICE

1/2 Chicken, applesauce, baked potato

Under the RT 581 Bridge on Hummel Ave across from Flinchy's
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CHICKEN IS READY!! DRIVE THRU SERVICE

1/2 Chicken, applesauce, baked potato

Under the RT 581 Bridge on Hummel Ave across from Flinchys
$8.00

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Jill ItterlyAnd it's Oh so good! Thank you

6 months ago
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Gretchen Berresford-AllemanOoo. Asking hubby if he's interested.

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Kaye GoodmanIt was very good. Thank you!

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CHICKEN BBQ - Saturday Oct 1 2016
From 1030 until SOLD OUT

1/2 Chicken, applesauce, baked potato

Under the RT 581 Bridge on Hummel Ave across from Flinchy's
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Jill ItterlyWill this still occur today with all the rain

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Weekly Roundup - Last week was quite the busy week with dozen or so calls.
Monday evening with the Lumber yard fire that E112, E312, Truck 12 operated on for multiple hours.
Then early Tuesday morning after being out most of the night the Truck was sent to a house fire in Hbg city transfered to their Sta 1.
Saturday wrapped up our week with the gun raffle at Lisburn. Thank you to all the Volunteers who responded on calls, helped clean up after calls, our mutual aid partners that covered our stations while we were out and those who helped make the raffle another success!
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Dave HoffmanYou guys are awesome. Thank-you. We really appreciate the live video feeds.

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 37 new photos to the album: Lumber Yard Fire Lemoyne. ... See MoreSee Less
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 15 new photos.

After a long week we finished up with our gun raffle. Thank You to all who supported us today and to the Volunteers who pulled it all together.
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After a long week we finished up with our gun raffle. Thank You to all who supported us today and to the Volunteers who pulled it all together.

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Mary Ellen BanksExcellent job, Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1! Lisburn Community Fire Company couldn't do it without you guys! <3

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Congratulations to all the gun raffle winners. Thank you to everyone who came out and made this day a success. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to all the gun raffle winners. Thank you to everyone who came out and made this day a success.
REMINDER REMINDER:
If you bought tickets to the Lisburn / Lower Allen Gun Raffle, it is tomorrow from 1pm - 5pm. TICKETS are still available at the door.
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Charles ShambaughStill trying for tickets any available

6 months ago

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 was live.

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Holley MurphyGreat job to all who responded. Hopefully everyone has remained safe.

7 months ago   ·  2
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Christina ConleyIs everyone Alive? Is Penn Live lying again and saying the whole town in in danger?

7 months ago   ·  1
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Anthony MartinHere guys hope everyone is staying safe

7 months ago   ·  1
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Tab BarnesHoping everyone is safe!

7 months ago   ·  1
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Charles ShambaughStay safe everyone

7 months ago   ·  1
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Brenda Stremmelthere is nothing nice about a fire and loosing everything. this is so sad

6 months ago
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Thomas EdwardsWow

7 months ago
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Katherine BernholzWow you guys rock. Excellent job

7 months ago   ·  2
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Brenda Stremmelthank god no one was inside working when this happenened

6 months ago
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Laura Jeffriesthank you for all of your hard work and selfless dedication!

6 months ago
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Marcos RamirezNice knockdown.

7 months ago
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Brenda Stremmelthank god there were no casualities

6 months ago
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Donna LevinneThank you all

6 months ago
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Brenda Stremmelthe lumber yard is destroyed

6 months ago
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Shane HobbleGood job Steve!!

7 months ago
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Brandon DuncanWow

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Eryca BrousePrayers all around.

7 months ago
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Soundman Mark BortnerOh no...........

7 months ago
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Bruce ElliottI want thank whoever posted live last night at the fire and thank you Lord for bringing everyone safe.

6 months ago
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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 was live.

Lafferty Lumber Lemoyne
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Natalie Diffenbaugh DameshekWhat precautions should neighbors be taking bc of the chemicals in what might be pressure treated wood??

7 months ago   ·  4

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Taite YoheI ❤️ Steve

7 months ago   ·  2
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Marcos RamirezRod!

7 months ago   ·  1
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Bruce ElliottDear Lord guide and protect all Firefighters, EMS and other Emergency Personal at this awful fire. I ask this in your name Amen. Can I get an Amen

7 months ago   ·  7
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Brenda Stremmelyes my bouyfriend works right beside there and hes there at work now he said they had all of them leave the building. there r no lights in the warehouse

7 months ago   ·  1
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Marcos RamirezAlarms are group's of fire equipment. An alarm grabs one or two trucks or engines from area departments. The more alarms the more group's of fire departments

7 months ago   ·  1
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Justin JR LaidackerHolly Cain Zimmerman, is that next door too? I pray they did too! They prob put ALL business owners around there on hold and standby.

7 months ago
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Jessica FowlerPrayers for all the fireman/women fighting this craziness!! 🙏🏼🙏🏼

7 months ago   ·  5
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Holly Cain ZimmermanI hope they get all the animals out of blue dog before it spreads there

7 months ago   ·  5
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Jeremy StonesiferIm a Fire fighter with 41 Bressler, are air unit is there

7 months ago   ·  4
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Lori Johnson TeeterBe safe-all volunteers I'm guessing thanks for your service to our community

7 months ago   ·  3
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Ashley FojutowskiPrayers also to the owners of the lumber yard and the surrounding businesses 🙏🏻

7 months ago   ·  3
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Alli BishopCalm down people he's just finding another position for us

7 months ago   ·  3
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Jason LinzyYou know, kuntzler is right next door.... I smell a marketing opportunity.... And possibly already cooking meats....

7 months ago   ·  3
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Kiersten HymanStay safe out there guys. Praying for all of you out there tonight.

7 months ago   ·  3
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Jordan Adelia BackesWow! Be safe out there! Looks pretty bad over the video here.

7 months ago   ·  2
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Garry Meredith JrAnybody else going live so we can see the rest of this massive fire?

7 months ago   ·  2
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Ryan MillerGuys you need to move the nozzle around fire does not just go out by staying in one spot .

7 months ago   ·  2
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Christopher GembeRocco.... it is steve overmiller with lower allen fire dept

7 months ago   ·  2
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Marcos RamirezDon't go huffing the smoke. But for the most part neighbors are fine indoors or anywhere your not taking in direct smoke.

7 months ago   ·  1
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Justin JR Laidacker@Amanda Miller, been hearing AT least one other and much, much more in danger.

7 months ago   ·  1
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Brittney RoyI was worried about the birds and cats at blue dog. Hope they were able to get them all out safely!

7 months ago   ·  1
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Amy Steiner Edwards ShararCheck out traffic cam , route 83 at 581 show what it looks like from highway

7 months ago   ·  1
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Lisa Heilig JacksonI read Dauphin County sent 7 trucks and York has some there too.

7 months ago   ·  1
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Michelle Fuller-carpenterPenn Live is saying they are very concerned about the entire town of Lemoyne.

7 months ago   ·  1

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Tickets are still available for the Raffle. See a Fire Company Member or Call Lisburn 717-766-3994 Lower Allen 717-761-6475 co12co24gunraffle@gmail.com ... See MoreSee Less
Tickets are still available for the Raffle. See a Fire Company Member or Call Lisburn 717-766-3994 Lower Allen 717-761-6475 co12co24gunraffle@gmail.com
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 8 new photos.

Few pics of some of the calls this week
Wed 0633 - Stove fire Rupp Av
Training At Lisburn Tanker Ops
0900 - Truck Transfer to HBG City
Thurs 0002 - Trash Compactor Fire Slate Hill Rd
Reminder that Gun Raffle is Next week @ Lisburn. Tickets Still available!
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Few pics of some of the calls this week
Wed 0633 - Stove fire Rupp Av
Training At Lisburn Tanker Ops 
0900 - Truck Transfer to HBG City
Thurs 0002  - Trash Compactor Fire Slate Hill Rd
Reminder that Gun Raffle is Next week @ Lisburn. Tickets Still available!
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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 was live.

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Fred TillerWish Class A Foam was not so expensive.

7 months ago
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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 shared Camp Hill Challenger Baseball League's album.

Thursday we participated in this great event. Good Luck Camp Hill Challengers!!
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Thankful for a community that rallies around our program, players, buddies and coaches. Thank you Camp Hill Fire, West Shore Bureau of Fire and Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 for giving these special kids the ride of their life. Red Land Little League, we appreciate your support!

Thursday we participated in this great event. Good Luck Camp Hill Challengers!!
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Tonight's training took us out to the Community Park. This gave some newer operators time drafting and others experience operating and flowing water from the Truck.
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Tonights training took us out to the Community Park. This gave some newer operators time drafting and others experience operating and flowing water from the Truck.
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 23 new photos.

Thank you to all that came out tonight and made this event a success for the LAPD. We hope you enjoyed it and look forward to next year. Thanks to our members who helped make this event a success!
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Thank you to all that came out tonight and made this event a success for the LAPD. We hope you enjoyed it and look forward to next year. Thanks to our members who helped make this event a success!
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 was live.

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Javette KerrWhy do you teach a dog just to hit the sleeve.? The other hand is free to shoot or pound the dog over the head. Just asking

8 months ago
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CaroleJo OKeefeThank you to all of our Officers, Firefighters, and EMS personnel. I had a great time visiting with everyone this evening.

8 months ago
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Tony CalamanMike & Rocco, a truly dynamic duo! Great job guys!!!

8 months ago   ·  1
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Elaine PerkovichGood job!!!!!

8 months ago   ·  1
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Douglas KimbellWell done Rocco

8 months ago
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Jerry ShankleGreat job guys!!

8 months ago
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Cindy ReitzThat boy's having too much fun! 😊

8 months ago
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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 was live.

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Lori Bender DavisAwesome!

8 months ago
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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 6 new photos.

National Night Out at the Twp Bld. Did we mention there is Rita's Italian Ice? Come see us!
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National Night Out at the Twp Bld. Did we mention there is Ritas Italian Ice? Come see us!

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Tom McCurdyGreat event !

8 months ago
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Last night the retired Allison Ladder Truck from Harrisburg City was at Flinchys for their support the Blue Day. ... See MoreSee Less
Last night the retired Allison Ladder Truck from Harrisburg City was at Flinchys for  their support the Blue Day.
All township residents are invited to join us on Tuesday August 2nd from 6-9pm for National Night Out. The event is being held at 2233 Gettysburg Road. This is a great opportunity to meet some of your police, fire and EMS responders! ... See MoreSee Less
All township residents are invited to join us on Tuesday August 2nd from 6-9pm for National Night Out. The event is being held at 2233 Gettysburg Road. This is a great opportunity to meet some of your police, fire and EMS responders!
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We would like to congratulate our members Greg and Rebecca on the arrival of their son Jackson last evening.
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 5 new photos.

This morning we were sent to Rt 15N at Slate Hill Rd for an accident. A tow truck that was loading a car from a previous non injury accident was struck by a truck heading NB which then went off the road, struck the bridge and lost its load. No injuries but Slate Hill Rd bridge remains closed until inspected by PENNDOT.
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This morning we were sent to Rt 15N at Slate Hill Rd for an accident. A tow truck that was loading a car from a previous non injury accident was struck by a truck heading NB which then went off the road, struck the bridge and lost its load. No injuries but Slate Hill Rd bridge remains closed until inspected by PENNDOT.

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Matthew WinslowWhat kind of truck was it? Looks almost like mail.

8 months ago
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Brandon BereAshley Kepes This was the accident

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1The Right lane is now reopened though cleanup crews continue to work off the right side shoulder. Please use caution in the area also Slate Hill Rd Bridge has reopened.

8 months ago   ·  1
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Julie GilbertTraffic back up to lisburn road

8 months ago
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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 7 new photos — at Camp Hill Fire Department EMS.

Congrats to Camp Hill Fire Dept on your new Engine and to Dave Apgar for his 50 years of service and whom the Engine is dedicated to.
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Congrats to Camp Hill Fire Dept on your new Engine and to Dave Apgar for his 50 years of service and whom the Engine is dedicated to.

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Donna LevinneThank you all for your dedicated service!

8 months ago
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Carol Weimer ApgarThank you for being there to celebrate!

8 months ago
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Meg Byron MaladyCongrats Dave and Camp Hill, we were planning on coming out for this, but Mike ended up in emergency surgery early this morning for his Gal Bladder!

8 months ago
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Scott SchminkyDave's one of the really good ones. Congrats

8 months ago
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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 was live.

LZ for Life Lion on Rossmoyne Rd after a MVA
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Pete PlenttWhat happened? We live a few blocks away...saw Life Lion. Sending prayers.

8 months ago

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 2 new photos.

Dispatched for a tanbark fire around 2330 hrs last night at Weis Market on Simpson Ferry Rd. E112 handled
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Dispatched for a tanbark fire around 2330 hrs last night at Weis Market on Simpson Ferry Rd. E112 handled

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Andy RalphShould have been a full first alarm assignment lol

8 months ago
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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 2 new photos.

Our Annual Gun Raffle Tickets are now available. Please see a member of either Department if interested.
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Our Annual Gun Raffle Tickets are now available. Please see a member of either Department if interested.

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Mary Ellen BanksFor tickets: (717) 610-4824 or email co12co24gunraffle@gmail.com

8 months ago
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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1Lisburn Community Fire Company and Lower Allen Fire Co. #1 will host its 6th Annual Gun Raffle on September 17, 2016, 1:00 to 5:00 pm. Come join us for all you can eat food and beverages. We will have lots of fun things to do including small games of chance, more raffles with cool things and a gun drawing every 15 minutes. There will be 20 gun drawings (or you can choose cash!); two fishbowl gun drawings; two gun safes and the GRAND PRIZE of $500.00 cash. You need not be present to win. Tickets are $20.00 each or 6 for $100.00. There will only be 1224 tickets sold so be sure to get yours now. If available, tickets will be sold at the door. For more information and tickets call 610-4824. For email contact, co12co24gunraffle@gmail.com. You can find a full listing of rules, guns, prizes and other details by visiting our companies on the web at www.lisburnfire.org or www.lowerallenfire.com. The event will be held at the Lisburn Community Fire Company large pavilion which is located at 1800 Main Street, Lisburn on Route 114 halfway between Mechanicsburg and New Cumberland.

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1Still some tickets available! If interested see a member or one of the contacts above! Thank you

7 months ago   ·  1
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22 Guns or Cash Prizes All You Can Eat Dinner Doors Open at Noon. Do not have to be present to win. See a Fire Company Member or Call Lisburn 717-766-3994 Lower Allen 717-761-6475 co12co24gunraffle@gmail.com
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Lisburn FC and Lower Allen FC Annual Gun Raffle

September 17, 2016, 1:00pm

Lisburn Community Fire Company

22 Guns or Cash Prizes All You Can Eat Dinner Doors Open at Noon. Do not have to be present to win. See a Fire Company Member or Call Lisburn 717-766-3994 Lower Allen 717-761-6475 co12co24gunraffle@gmail.com

Lisburn FC and Lower Allen FC Annual Gun Raffle

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Mary Ellen BanksOne of the extra raffles, slate painted by our friend Emma Burns - $1.00/chance! See Lisburn Community Fire Company for more pics of other raffles.

6 months ago
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Gettysburg Rd is Closed between Carlisle Rd (RF FAGERS) and Hartzdale Dr (Batteries Plus) due to an MVA Use alternate routes ... See MoreSee Less

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 7 new photos.

As units were clearing the last incident HQ advised Command 30 to copy a House Fire. E112 was requested by C30 to add on. C39 was in the area and advised a working fire. E112 arrived n staged on the C /D corner and assisted with opening up and threw ladders to the roof.
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As units were clearing the last incident HQ advised Command 30 to copy a House Fire. E112 was requested by C30 to add on. C39 was in the area and advised a working fire. E112 arrived n staged on the C /D corner and assisted with opening up and threw ladders to the roof.

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Donna LevinneKeep up the good work.

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 4 new photos.

Engine 112 and Truck 12 are currently in Hampden Twp on Terminal St where a Truck pulled wires and a pole down onto the truck and building.
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Engine 112 and Truck 12 are currently in Hampden Twp on Terminal St where a Truck pulled wires and a pole  down onto the truck and building.

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Donna LevinneWe appreciate all of you.

9 months ago
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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 22 new photos to the album: Monroe Barn Fire July 8 2016. ... See MoreSee Less
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Mary LockardThank God for Tankers and portable ponds

9 months ago   ·  2
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Donna LevinneKeep up the good work.

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 7 new photos.

This weeks training took us out to Lisburn for a review and use of the turbo draft device for drafting water from a water source. While there we had a AFA on Yetter Ct and Engine 2 went to Wormleysburg for a house fire.
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This weeks training took us out to Lisburn for a review and use of the turbo draft device for drafting water from a water source. While there we had a AFA on Yetter Ct and Engine 2 went to Wormleysburg for a house fire.

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Mary Ellen BanksNice pics!

9 months ago
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Glenn JansenCan you let me know how well this works or does not work please?- Chief 9 Dover Twp

9 months ago
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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 4 new photos.

This week for training we participated in a mixer held at Hampden Twp Co 30. This event was held to allow newer members to meet some of the newer members of other companies and to gain a working relationship with them. It also allowed members to familiarize them selves with other departments equipment that they carry. Co 13, 14, 20, 22, 23, 28, 30, 31, 33, 37 along w Dauphin County Co 36, 40, 44 participated brought over 140 participants.
Thanks to Co 30 for hosting this great event!
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This week for training we participated in a mixer held at Hampden Twp Co 30. This event was held to allow newer members to meet some of the newer members of other companies and to gain a working relationship with them. It also allowed members to familiarize them selves with other departments equipment that they carry.  Co 13, 14, 20, 22, 23, 28, 30, 31, 33, 37 along w Dauphin County Co 36, 40, 44 participated brought over 140 participants.
Thanks to Co 30 for hosting this great event!

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Beth Pritchard UppermanGlad you guys had a great time, we had such a great turnout.

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One of the most powerful things to experience in the fire service is the brotherhood and family one gains when they join. In times of adversity we rally around one another and support each other in every way possible. Today we ask for your thoughts and prayers as we rally around one of our brothers and his family as they care for their child who is recovering from serious injuries after a recent auto accident. Thank you ... See MoreSee Less

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CaroleJo OKeefePrayers being said.

9 months ago
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Tyler AldayMay the Lord lay his healing hands on this child in this situation. Prayers are going up to heaven, from NCFD Chaplain.

9 months ago
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Julie Davis EchterlingPraying

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Donna LevinnePraying for the entire family.

9 months ago
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Bob MoyerPrayers!

9 months ago
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Chip KrohPrayers and positive thoughts for her and the family.

9 months ago   ·  1
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Scott Deaner Sr.Prayers for the entire family.

9 months ago
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Matt LiskaPrayers for everyone involved!! And thank you first responders for everything you do!!!!

9 months ago
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Kathleen CarusonePrayers sent

9 months ago
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Joy Shenk🙏🏼

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Greg BlackI just wanted to say thanks for the support from this second family. And especially thank everyone for the help they gave my daughter on scene and for the tremendous outpouring of thoughts and prayers we have received. This has been a huge help for us to get through this. Thanks again!!!

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Jen MillerPrayers for everyone

9 months ago
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Jan TootOur prayers are with you and your friends.

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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 10 new photos.

This morning we were sent for a deck fire in the 5000 blk of Ravenwood Rd. PD on scene advised the house was on fire with embers blowing on adjoining houses. Engine 1-12 arrived to find heavy fire on side C which had extended up into the 2nd floor and attic area. Engine 1 hit it with the deck gun while deploying additional handlines. Thank you to Co 30 23 28 22 for your assistance on scene and E31 Sq 13 Tr117 and YC 68 for covering our stations.
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This morning we were sent for a deck fire in the 5000 blk of Ravenwood Rd. PD on scene advised the house was on fire with embers blowing on adjoining houses. Engine 1-12 arrived to find heavy fire on side C which had extended up into the 2nd floor and attic area. Engine 1 hit it with the deck gun while deploying additional handlines. Thank you to Co 30 23 28 22 for your assistance on scene and E31 Sq 13 Tr117 and YC 68 for covering our stations.

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Amy CampbellHoly cow

10 months ago
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Fred TillerWatching a new one get charred up like that is always tough.

10 months ago
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Noreen JohnsonHas the cause been identified?

10 months ago
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Logan GreerDon Young

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Donna LevinneThank you all for your excellent skills and response time.

10 months ago
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Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 5 new photos.

You've heard that smoke detectors save lives. Yesterday was a perfect example of that. Our 2nd call of the day was to Upper Allen Twp for a kitchen fire. The resident was alerted to the fire after hearing the smoke alarm sounding while they were in another part of the house. Once they investigated they found a fire in the kitchen and were able to evacuate themselves including small children safely and call 911. Are your smoke detectors working? When were the batteries last changed?
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Youve heard that smoke detectors save lives. Yesterday was a perfect example of that. Our 2nd call of the day was to Upper Allen Twp for a kitchen fire. The resident was alerted to the fire after hearing the smoke alarm sounding while they were in another part of the house. Once they investigated they found a fire in the kitchen and were able to evacuate themselves including small children safely and call 911. Are your smoke detectors working? When were the batteries last changed?

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Ronnie N Mary LewisYes we have new batteries.

10 months ago
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Short summary of this week. We ran a dozen calls including a kitchen fire, attic fire, transformer fire after a lightening strike, smoke in a house caused by a birds nest on on the porch which caught fire, a few AFA's, medical assist call for lifting and a couple of crashes.

Monday the Truck participated in the annual Camp Hill Memorial Day parade.

Wed night weekly training was a review of Truck 12 and ropes review.

Saturday evening was spent up at the Slate Hill Methodist Church for their community day where we met with a few hundred people over a couple of hours.

Thank you to all that responded on calls, came to training and helped w Public Events. If your interested in helping out stop by Sta 1 on Gettysburg Rd any Wednesday night around 7 for info on how you can help your community too!

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Short summary of this week. We ran a dozen calls including a kitchen fire, attic fire, transformer fire after a lightening strike, smoke in a house caused by a birds nest on on the porch which caught fire, a few AFAs,  medical assist call for lifting and a couple of crashes. 

Monday the Truck participated in the annual Camp Hill Memorial Day parade. 

Wed night weekly training was a review of Truck 12 and ropes review. 

Saturday evening was spent up at the Slate Hill Methodist Church for their community day where we met with a few hundred people over a couple of hours. 

Thank you to all that responded on calls, came to training and helped w Public Events. If your interested in helping out stop by Sta 1 on Gettysburg Rd any Wednesday night around 7 for info on how you can help your community too!

Finally dont forget to like posts n pictures every now and then to keep us active in your newsfeed!
Join us later at Slate Hill Mennonite Church for their annual community event! There will be free food and activities, live music, cornhole tournaments, a bounce house, historic cemetery tours, kids crafts, fire truck & safety displays, a petting zoo, and a sky lantern release at the end of the evening. *No tickets required* 5pm - 9pm Rain or Shine! 1352 Slate Hill Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011 ... See MoreSee Less
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 shared Feuerwehr Rhede's album.

Our friends in Germany have been quite busy with over 60 storm calls after heavy rains recently this week.
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Einsatz-Nr: 54-101/2016: Unwetter Datum: 02.06.2016 Uhrzeit: 00:05 Ort: Rheder Stadtgebiet Fahrzeuge im Einsatz: ELW 1, LF 20, HLF 20/1, HLF 20/2, LF 16 TS, LF10, LF 1, GW-L, MTF Zu 47 Unwetter bedingten Einsätzen rückte die Freiwillige Feuerwehr Rhede am 02.06.2016 aus. In den meisten Fällen ging es um vollgelaufene Keller. Durch die starken Regenfälle war die Regenwasserkanalisation so überlastet das diese nicht mehr nachkam und sich das Wasser einen anderen Weg suchte. Teilweise drückte sich das Wasser in die Schmutzwasserkanäle. Von dort kam es dann in die Keller, wo es aus Bodenabläufen oder Toiletten lief. Im Rheder Krankenhaus liefen die Aufzugschächte voll, die durch die Feuerwehr leer gepumpt wurden, um größere Schäden in der Elektrik zu verhindern. Da im Laufe der Nacht die Einsatzzahl so anstieg und es im restlichen Kreisgebiet auch nicht besser aussah, richtete die Rheder Wehr eine eigene Leitstelle ein um die Feuerwehrkräfte zu koordinieren und die Kreisleitstelle in Borken zu entlasten. In Vardingholt und Krommert wurden zwei Bauernhöfe komplett überspült. Auf dem Hof in Krommert wurde schließlich ein Damm aus Mutterboden um den Hof gebaut um nachlaufendes Wasser auf den tieferliegenden Hof aufzuhalten. Ebenfalls in Krommert beugte sich eine Brücke den Wassermassen. Durch Unterspülungen riss das Wasser dort ein großes Loch in den Asphalt. Die Brücke am Raesfelder Weg ist bis auf weiteres gesperrt. Ein besonderer Einsatz erreichte die Feuerwehr Rhede morgens um 07:00 Uhr. Ein THW Fahrzeug hatte auf dem Weg nach Isselburg einen Reifen Platzer und war kurz hinter der Abfahrt Borken auf der B67 liegengeblieben. Die Kreisleitstelle bat nun die Rheder Wehr den Transport der 2000 leeren Sandsäcke nach Isselburg zu übernehmen. Sofort machten sich 3 Kameraden auf den Weg nach Borken um die Sandsäcke einzuladen und unverzüglich nach Isselburg zu Füllstelle zur bringen. Am Abend gegen 19:00 Uhr hatte sich alles soweit beruhigt, dass die Einsatzbereitschaft am Gerätehaus aufgehoben werden konnte und die Alarmierung wieder ganz normal über die Kreisleitstelle läuft. Die Feuerwehr Rhede bedankt sich bei allen eingesetzten Kräften für ihren ehrenamtlichen Einsatz. Ein ganz besonderer Dank gilt aber den Unternehmen, die diese Einsatzkräfte von ihrer Arbeit freigestellt haben. Ohne das Verständnis dieser Firmen wäre Freiwillige Feuerwehr nicht möglich. Vielen Dank dafür!!!!

Our friends in Germany have been quite busy with over 60 storm calls after heavy rains recently this week.
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Last night was the 2nd night of combined vehicle rescue review w Lisburn. Chief Murdoch reviewed the Amkus system and had a demo of a new portable pump and cutters. Thanks to Lisburn for hosting and all who participated!
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Last night was the 2nd night of combined vehicle rescue review w Lisburn. Chief Murdoch reviewed the Amkus system and had a demo of a new portable pump and cutters. Thanks to Lisburn for hosting and all who participated!
Our thoughts are with Northeast Fire Rescue after Chief Engineer and Board Member James Bryington passed away following a vehicle accident yesterday. ... See MoreSee Less
Our thoughts are with Northeast Fire Rescue after Chief Engineer and Board Member James Bryington passed away following a vehicle accident yesterday.
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This weeks weekly training members joined Lisburn FC and went over vehicle rescue techniques using hand tools.
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This weeks weekly training members joined Lisburn FC and went over vehicle rescue techniques using hand tools.

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Renee GehoI miss those days

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Donna LevinneKeep up your great work. You are all very much appreciated.

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Today Members went to Camp Hill to support the annual Challenger baseball game. The Challenger League is a separate division of Little League baseball that enables girls and boys with physical and mental challenges to participate.
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Today Members went to Camp Hill to support the annual Challenger baseball game. The Challenger League is a separate division of Little League baseball that enables girls and boys with physical and mental challenges to participate.

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Camp Hill Challenger Baseball LeagueThank you, Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1, for joining us on #challengerday 2016.

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Greg Bretzman Keep up the fight from your Brothers at the 12 House!

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Renee GehoMiss you guys

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