Lower Allen Fire Department is currently accepting Live-in applications for the next semester. Close to many colleges, LAFD offers free room and board, free training, modern apparatus, and so much more. Check our live-in page for additional information and contacts.
Engine 1-12 and Truck 12 responded to an early morning fire in Hampden Twp. Units arrived on scene to find the AM Trans on Market street involved with fire. Crews made an initial exterior attack before going interior. Company 12 operated on scene for approximately 2 hours before returning. ** Pictures courtesy of Capitalcityfirephotos.com […]
Beginning October 4th, Lower Allen Fire Company began their Fire Prevention campaign. From working details at Sears and other businesses; Elementary Schools; to local day cares. Lower Allen prides themselves on being active in the community and providing these services.
On October 1st, Lower Allen Fire Company assisted Cedar Cliff High School with their annual Bonfire. Crews stood by during the event and maintained a safe area around the fire. While on this detail, other members were completing training events, while yet other Lower Allen crews were handling a fire alarm.
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Congratulations to Fire Fighters Jason Tamosaitis and Logan Badorf on Graduating from Cedar Cliff High School last night! Both Jason and Logan are Rescue Technicians within the department and both are preparing to take their Interior Fighter. We wish you both the best of luck!
Today members from Lower Allen/Lisburn, West Shore, Shiremanstown, and Hampden completed their Basic Vehicle Rescue Technician class. Members were able to work with both new and old vehicle technology. Congratulations to all of our new Techs!
LAFD responded to a late night MVA on Rt 581. What was a single car accident turned into a multivehicle accident when a vehicle facing the wrong direction was struck 2 other times by on coming vehicles who were unable to see the car. LAFD arrived on scene and provided traffic control and scene lighting. Luckily no […]
Tonight companies 12 and 24 completed their yearly Hazmat Refresher. The membership reviewed not only operation tactics but decon methods as well.
Just after Midnight, Company 12 along with mutual aid units were dispatched to the Camp Hill Prison for a fire in the Laundry Room. Once in the facility, crews found two laundry carts charred by fire. The sprinkler system extinguished the fire prior to FD arrival. After some minor overhaul, crews returned.