Thanks to everyone that supported us for our Gun Raffle by buying tickets and also for coming to our event on Saturday! We hope you had a great time cause our Volunteers sure had a blast! Check out the winning numbers; if your number is there, you should already have been called with directions for picking up your prize. See you next year! CONGRATS TO ALL! ... See MoreSee Less
Another raffle in the books. Thank you to everyone that purchased tickets or came out today to help make this event so fun while supporting us. A big shout out and thank you to all of our volunteers that came together to help make today successful. We couldn’t do this without them! ... See MoreSee Less
Is there a way to get a list of the winning numbers?
Noah looks great!
Robert Dryden sure we can work on that. However in the meantime, anyone that was not present at the event and won is being contacted by the phone number listed on the ticket.
Megan Rokowski 👍
If anyone would like Gun Raffle Tickets you can purchase them as follows: 1) Black Landscaping on Lisburn Road in their Retail Center, 2) stop by tonight at the fire hall from 5:30pm - 8:00pm and see Julie Davis Echterling, 3) Friday night from 6:00pm til around 7:30pm at the large pavilion (behind the Fire Hall) and 4) Saturday starting at 9:30am, IF WE STILL HAVE ANY LEFT! ... See MoreSee Less
May we never forget!
Photo credit Josh Nagy ... See MoreSee Less
Happy SEPTEMBER birthdays to the following members: Deputy Chief Tim Sheely, Assistant Chief Chris Trace, Firefighters Brandon Hedstrom, Noah Weaver, Shane Gaydos.
Thank you ALL for your time. ... See MoreSee Less
There is still time to get some tickets!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Please drive carefully and avoid any standing water. Remember turn around, don’t drown. ... See MoreSee Less
HiViz LED Lighting
Last night at 2100, LAFD as well as WSBF were sent to Route 581 WB for a well involved vehicle fire. Engine 112 arrived after accessing 581 safely from the wrong direction confirming dispatch. Fire attack was initiated until additional units could arrived and assist after working thru the backlog. No injuries reported. Crews operated for approximately 40 minutes before the roadway was reopened. ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 112 & Truck 12 responded on this overnight commercial building fire in New Cumberland as part of the Working Fire Dispatch. Crews operated for about an hour before being released. ... See MoreSee Less
Turn around, Don't drown. This means that you should not be driving through standing/moving water...
Lower Allen / Lisburn Gun raffle tickets are available during the Lisburn Festival tonight thru Saturday! Stop on out and buy 1 for $20 or 6 for $100! We hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less
When is the gun raffle?
Regina Saylor Saturday, September 18th
I regret to inform everyone of the passing of Life Member John Titzel. John passed away yesterday (8/10/2021) at the Claremont Nursing Home in Carlisle, PA. John's love of the fire service & Lower Allen Fire Company started when he was a young boy who's Boy Scouts met in the fire hall at the original Fire House. It is believed that he joined when he was 16 years old and began his training. During his time at Lower Allen Fire Company he worked up through the ranks achieving Assistant Fire Chief. During his time here it also got him started in his advanced education that took him to the top of Hershey Med safety program. Also he started selling fire equipment and apparatus (Hahn). For a short time he was the LA Twp. Fire Marshal and later in his life he became a Twp Commissioner where he continued to look after the LAFC and it's future. Please keep his wife Helen and his 2 boys John & Arthur and their extended families in you thoughts and prayers. ... See MoreSee Less
I work at Claremont he was always very nice. His wife is a wonderful person. He will be missed ❤
Apparently my laptop doesn't like making posts. Here is our July and August birthday lists.
Happy JULY birthdays to the following members: Asst. Chief Steve Overmiller, Public Safety Fire Captain Frank Wirth, FF Mike Tamosaitis, FF Josh Amberman.
Happy AUGUST birthdays to the following members: FF Greg Black, FF Bob Yeagley, Co. Secretary Pam Tkac.
Thank you ALL for your time. ... See MoreSee Less
Fire Prevention doesn't happen in only October. This morning members of the Public Safety Staff taught fire prevention to the students at our local Goddard School! Never stop learning!!! ... See MoreSee Less
LAFD and multiple mutual aid departments are currently working a serious MVA on Interstate 83 southbound at Lowther Rd. Currently all southbound lanes are closed for an extended period of time. Please avoid the area. ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 112 & Truck 12 are currently assisting Fairview Twp with a tractor trailer fire on Interstate 76. This is the 2nd fire of the day crews have responded to. ... See MoreSee Less
Be safe out there
Go Gettem Brothers !!!
We were Westbound and my Son was Eastbound that day He said he saw the truck driver standing on the road. We heard it was a fatality. Was it!
On this day 25 years ago, Firefighter William "Shorty" A. Frank, a 40-year member of the department, passed away from as a result of an acute heart attack. Shorty suffered this tragic event while returning from an incident aboard an LAFD engine on May 28th, 1996. May he forever Rest In Peace. ... See MoreSee Less
His is well missed.. he keep me in line..
Wanted to take a moment and say thank you to Ressler’s Bagels for their donation of two cases of water yesterday. We are so appreciative to have such a great community that is always thinking about our members! ... See MoreSee Less
Apparently our May post never published, so a little late.
Happy MAY birthdays to the following members: FF Eric Tamosaitis & FF Eric Bowmaster.
Happy JUNE birthdays to the following members: FF Joshua Zeiders, FF Tom Rigling, FF Patrick Dudzinski, & FF Brian Petkash.
Thank you ALL for your time. ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 312 & Truck 36 are currently covering Adams County Station 1 - Gettysburg while multiple counties operate on a scrapyard fire off Route 30. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 along with Truck 10 provided an arch today at Rolling Green Cemetery for a former Fire Police Captain from New Cumberland. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family. ... See MoreSee Less
It was a beautiful sight to see the arched ladders and the saluting members of the fire departments as we drove through the entrance to the cemetery. It was a true honor to know how loved and respected my brother-in-law was and how his life affected so many others. Rest in peace, Brad. You will be missed!
I would like to thank you for finding the time to help honor my dad! Truck 10 and 12, you looked professional as always. Thank you again it meant a lot to my family!
What a special honor for my Uncle Brad! I wish I could have been there but seeing this I know my family had extra support today. Thank you!
love this very much! thank you all
A big thank you to everyone that came out and supported the department with the purchase of a chicken bbq meal today. It was great being out and seeing and talking with our residents!!!!
A special thank you to the lower Allen EMS crews on duty that came out and helped us today, we appreciated it!!!l ... See MoreSee Less
******CHICKEN BBQ UPDATE******
The drive thru has moved across the street to the old township building. Signs will be in place to direct you. Do Not Enter from the Flinchys end. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
Gettin pumped for BBQ
We would like to say congratulations to our newest interior qualified members, Katrina and Shane. They worked very hard and put in many hours to achieve this accomplishment. ... See MoreSee Less
Meal plans on 5/15? How about this?! ... See MoreSee Less
Lower Allen Township is collecting input from the Community to find out which roadway improvements and future development you would like to see along the Gettysburg Road Corridor, also known as Simpson Ferry Rd, Gettysburg Rd, State Rd, and Hummel Ave.
Lower Allen Township will be conducting a public urban design workshop to reimagine the Gettysburg Road Corridor. This hybrid event will be conducted both in person (located at the Township's municipal building with masks and social distancing) and online via Zoom.
For more information and to register, take our online survey to provide your contact info! Event registration information will also be posted on the Township's Facebook page. For questions, please email Erin Trone at email@example.com.
www.surveymonkey.com/r/gettysburgcorridor ... See MoreSee Less
LEAVE IT ALONE!
Please take a moment to read the important information below! ... See MoreSee Less
Oh my goodness! I do hope no one was injured in that crash. 😲
Squad 12 responded on the Working Fire Assignment yesterday to assist Hampden Township Volunteer FD with a house fire. Crews assisted with attack and overhaul before being released. Photos courtesy of Jason McConnell & Dustin Weese. ... See MoreSee Less
Wow, that was a huge house
What a loss.
Squad 12 and Chief 3 are currently assisting the Mechanicsburg Fire Department with a 2nd Alarm House Fire on S. High St. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy APRIL birthdays to the following members: FF Zachery Yohn, FF Daniel Flint, PSD. David Holl, Former Chief James Polly, and FF Sydney Overmiller. Thank you all for your time. ... See MoreSee Less
Lower Allen Township / West Shore School District Students. Are you looking to give back to your community? If yes, how about taking classes during school hours? If you said yes again, this is for you! This startup program is being put on locally to aide our volunteer fire departments in the area. We encourage you to attend the informational session on 4/12 to learn more! We are willing to support those who would like to participate!! ... See MoreSee Less
Is this just for Lower Allen resident students?
Amy Byers Shrauder no but the student does have to join their local fire department so if they live in Lemoyne, they would need to join West Shore Bureau of Fire ( Lemoyne’s local fd)
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 is it for seniors only? My son is a sophomore and recently joined Fairview Twp FD.. that is where we live
It is currently a program for seniors.
Kyan Joshua Interesting! I will look into it. Thank you!
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 ok.. thanks for replying!
Yesterday, members of LAFD, LADPS, Shiremanstown and New Cumberland Fire Depts finished up at 16 hour Rapid Intervention/Firefighter Survival skills class. Individuals learned basic and advanced skills in case a firefighter mayday (down firefighter) would occur. All scenarios were performed in controlled environments with the assistance of state instructors. Special thanks to Anderson Chimney Sweeps for the entanglement prop, Mission BBQ for lunch, The Friends of the West Shore Theater and Upper Allen Fire Department for the use of your facilities! ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for the invitation.
While you were sleeping, Squad 12 with 4 assisted on a 2 alarm house fire on Monaghan Township, York County. The crew assisted with opening up and overhaul. The Squad was out about 2 hours. No injuries reported. ... See MoreSee Less
House #32. Let's be a community when the fundraiser event happens.
Around lunchtime, Truck 12 with 5 transferred to Harrisburg City Station 1 while crews operated on a hotel fire in downtown. Not long after backing into the station, Chief 7 requested the 2nd Alarm. Truck 12 arrived and sent manpower forward. Crews assisted with minor overhaul on the 9th floor before picking up. Photos courtesy of Squad 8, Scott Nelson and Rickey Weese. ... See MoreSee Less
At approximately 3:45 pm, a tree dislodged from the bank on Lisburn Road near Forge Road. The tree fell into the roadway, striking two vehicles. Public Safety resources are on scene working to extricate passengers, though it appears that one is deceased. Lisburn Road is closed between Woodcreek Drive and Old Forge Road. Power was knocked out over a large area, but is expected to be restored by 9:30 pm, with some areas already restored as of this writing. No further information is being released at this time. ... See MoreSee Less
Don’t forget daylight savings this weekend! Change your clocks and change those smoke detector batteries! ... See MoreSee Less
Happy March birthdays to the following members: FF Rebecca Maher, Jr FF Bradyn Zeiders, PSO/FF Keegan Toot, PSO/FF Bryce Landis, Fire Co Pres. Megan Rokowski. Thank you all for your time. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 12 with 4 is currently transferred to Gettysburg, Adams County Station 1 with Franklin County Engine 7-2 while they operate on a multi alarm fire in the borough. ... See MoreSee Less
Whose ladder is at the far end
Tom Welker it appears to be Gettysburg’s
Tom Welker Gettysburg
Dustin Weese Truck 1out of service?
Kevin Brown probably didn't get out. Can't say if oos or not.
Dustin Weese it's funny in a way it.listed on the run but sitting in Station. It's the Ghost Truck 1 lol
A lot of equipment and a bad time for a call to come in due to people having to go to work shortly, turnout may not have been that good. It affects all of us.
Gettysburg's chief is a career guy in Washington, DC and I think he was on shift in DC when this came in.
Kevin Brown Their CAD lists all the equipment dispatched, not all the equipment on scene. So even if a unit fails, it’s still listed on CAD because it was dispatched.
All the pics I saw had 33 on the address
Engine 112 w/6 is currently covering Franklin County Station 11 while they attend the funeral services for a member that recently passed away. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy February birthdays to the following members: Captain Rodney Mumma, Firefighters Christian Wilson & Josh Keller. Thank you all for your time. ... See MoreSee Less
The snow emergency for Lower Allen Township has been lifted as of noon, 2/2/21. On-street parking may resume. As a reminder, sidewalks need to be cleared within 24 hours of the last snowfall. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less
Don’t forget to shovel out those fire hydrants!!!!This Is Your Friendly Reminder To Shovel Out Your Fire Hydrant And Make Sure Your House Number Is Visible So Our First Responders Can Better Help You If An Emergency Occurs. 🏠 ... See MoreSee Less
Crews are currently on the scene of a structure fire at Hummel ave and 18th street. Please avoid the area if your out and about. Photos courtesy of DJM News Media. ... See MoreSee Less
Sorry for being mid-month but here it is never the less. Happy January birthdays to the following members:
Chief Dave Murdoch, Firefighters Mike Wilson, William (Scott) Nelson & Brian Ariano. Thank you all for your time. ... See MoreSee Less
Dave Murdoch do you take old guys?
Bob Stout sure
Are you looking to live in a firehouse? Are you looking to get your college classes paid for? If you answered yes to both questions, check out our Live-In Recruitment Page! We are always seeking new live-ins.
www.kickstartyourcareer.org/ ... See MoreSee Less
Nope, I'm RETIRED! 🤣 HOWEVER, I want that hat!!
Great department, great bunch of people, nice gear/equipment. Highly recommended.
Rick Kauffman that is a pretty nice hat.
Cumberland County 911 is back in service. Requests for emergency service are to resume using 911 or the non-emergency number of 717-238-9676. Stations will no longer be staffed for receiving and dispatching calls for service.
The Lower Allen Public Safety Team ... See MoreSee Less
Update from Cumberland County!FINAL UPDATE: Cumberland County 911 Service Has Been Fully Restored.
UPDATE: We have tested and successfully are receiving Text-to-911 messages. Please call one of the numbers below if you can, and text if you can’t.
ORIGINAL: Cumberland County is currently experiencing a wide spread telephone company outage affecting multiple counties, including our 9-1-1 AND ten-digit phone lines.
Original: Cumberland County residents who need emergency OR non-emergency assistance from fire, EMS and law enforcement services within the county are asked to call one of the following numbers until further notice:
If you do not get any answer, please try one of the other numbers listed. DPS will continue to provide updates on this situation and will advise when we are made aware of the phone systems being restored. ... See MoreSee Less
Cumberland County 911 is experiencing technical difficulties. For requests for emergency service in Lower Allen Township, call 717-975-7575 select from the menu for the respective service. Phones will be staffed until the issue is resolved. ... See MoreSee Less
2nd Working Fire for Tuesday
Just before 2300 last night, Truck 12 w/5, Squad 12 w/3 & Chief 312 w/2 responded to Wormleysburg for a middle of the row working townhouse fire. Truck 12 arrived simultaneously with Harrisburg Truck 12 and immediately went to work. Crews assisted with fire attack, searches, and overhaul. Crews were out about 3 hours. Thanks to Middletown Rescue 88 & Linglestown Truck 35 for covering the station. Photos courtesy of Dustin Weese and SH2 photos. ... See MoreSee Less
What's up lately with middle of row homes catching on fire
Squad, Truck and Rescue 12 are currently operating on a working row home fire on Main St in Shiremanstown. Squad 12 initiated fire attack upon arrival and Truck 12 is assisting with opening up. Dauphin Rescue 88 is currently transferring to Station 1. Photo credit to Mark Rosnick. ... See MoreSee Less