Tonight at training, members broke into two groups focusing on engine and truck operations. ... See MoreSee Less
Great use of the buildings.
Thank you for your many hours of training to better serve our community.
It’s that time of year again folks, Lower Allen Fire Company and Lisburn Community Fire Company are partnering for our 9th annual gun raffle held on 9/21/19. If you are interested in purchasing tickets, please contact either department or any fire company members for tickets. ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Last night at weekly training, members were sent through a short but complex confidence maze to ensure better communication skills with their partner, air conservation and hands on operations. While following a hose line, many obstacles were found along the way including: confined space, low hanging "wires," knot tying skills, hooking up hoses, building different equipment, ladders and finally RIT operations. These were all done in a darkened environment with there faces covered. Great job by those that tackled the course and worked well with their partners! ... See MoreSee Less
Paramedic Application Deadline Extended ... See MoreSee Less
Call #44 for May 🦆🦆🦆
Around lunchtime, LAFD responded to Beacon Hill for a duck rescue. The Squad 12 crew successfully rescued 11 ducklings from a storm drain. They were able to waddle away without any issues! Quack! Quack! Quack! (Momma led them away safely for those inquiring!) ... See MoreSee Less
Well done did that years ago at the bridge on Beacon Hill by the sewer plant. We need to train them hens about storm grates
Bless you and thank you for saving these babies♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️
Bless you for saving them
Thank you SO much for helping us today. The Lower Allen Township First Responders are the very best!
Thank you for saving them ♥️
Nice job. Thank you.
Great news! Such a happy ending, thanks for taking the time to save them. 💕
Thank you for helping them!!
This is heartwarming , thank you!
Thank you ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Adhering to their motto "SERVICE UNTO OTHERS"----good job
Another busy month in the books for LAFD. The men and women answered 63 calls of service, bringing the year to 245. May is continuing the trend of being abnormally busier that normal.
Type of Incidents
100 Fire Related - 10 (Year 39)
300 Rescue (Medical/Vehicle Accidents) - 8 (Year 36)
400 Hazardous Condition (Gas) - 4 (Year 27)
500 Service Calls/Transfers - 2 (Year 18)
600 Good Intent - 22 (Year 73)
700 False Alarms - 12 (Year 44)
800 - Severe Weather - 5 (Year 8)
Day of the Week
Sunday - 7 (Year 37)
Monday - 10 (Year 33)
Tuesday - 8 (Year 29)
Wednesday - 6 (Year 36)
Thursday - 12 (Year 45)
Friday - 8 (Year 34)
Saturday - 12 (Year 31)
Time of Day
00:00 - 07:59 - 10 (Year 43)
08:00 - 15:59 - 35 (Year 111)
16:00 - 23:59 - 18 (Year 91)
Average Personnel per Call - 9
Apparatus Scene Responses
Engine 112 - 9 (Year 48)
Engine 312 - 3 (Year 8)
Squad 12 - 29 (Year 110)
Rescue 12 - 5 (Year 36)
Truck 12 - 12 (Year 71)
Utility 12 - 2 (Year 5)
Chief 12 - 13 (Year 43)
Chief 112 - 3 (Year 9)
Chief 212 - 9 (Year 42)
Chief 312 - 7 (Year 37)
Incidents By Municipality
Lower Allen - 37 (Year - 140)
Camp Hill - 8 (Year - 25)
Fairview Twp - 3 (Year - 17)
Upper Allen - 2 (Year - 16)
Lemoyne - 4 (Year - 15)
New Cumberland - 1 (Year - 7)
Mechanicsburg - 3 (Year - 9)
Hampden Twp - 1 (Year - 3)
Harrisburg - 0 (Year - 2)
Shiremanstown - 2 (Year - 4)
Wormleysburg - 1 (Year - 3)
Carlisle - 0 (Year 1)
Lower Paxton Twp - 0 (Year 1)
Swatara Twp - 0 (Year 1)
Silver Spring Twp - 1 (Year 1) ... See MoreSee Less
Looking for something to do Mothers' Day or the week after? How about these events at Lisburn Community Fire Company? ... See MoreSee Less
Squad (w/4) and Truck 12 (w/5) are currently on scene of a 2 alarm house fire in New Cumberland. ... See MoreSee Less
After another busy month (63 calls in April), LAFD has responded to 18 calls in the first 4 days of May. Stats from April will be posted when completed! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you all for your service to our community.
Good news, everybody....the Slate Hill Road RR crossing will be open for your Monday commutes and evermore thereafter (at least as far as this round of maintenance goes)! ... See MoreSee Less
Good news on the Rossmoyne crossing. Yesterday's temporary closures were indeed temporary and not expected to continue. Rossmoyne Road is a viable detour for the closed crossings, pending other unforeseen changes. ... See MoreSee Less
LAFD is looking for energetic, ever-evolving and ready to learn Live-Ins for the Fall semester and beyond. As a department who answers over 650 alarms annually, we are within minutes of several Central PA College.
What do we offer? A College Tuition Reimbursement Program. So essentially, as long as you meet the minimum requirements, we will assist in paying your college loans.
What do we get in return? You as a live in firefighter providing services to the citizens of our township and beyond.
We are also a department that only holds 2 fundraisers annually and many public education events throughout the year.
Check us out! Up to 6 spots available for the Fall Semester. Don't wait too long, as they wont last! Inquire with us today! ... See MoreSee Less
LAFD is out and about this AM attending Gold's Gym Community Day with Squad 12. Other LAFD members are in Lisburn assisting on the Boy Scout Camporee. Bring your kids to the gym and get a free fire hat (while supplies last). ... See MoreSee Less
It appears that the link did not link: Here is the info for the April 30th Slate Hill Rd Railroad Crossing Closure...The time has yet to be determined, but plan your travels to avoid this area on that date. ... See MoreSee Less
For how long?
Thank You to those that serve on the other side of the radio. They are always pur first point of contact on many incidents we respond to. We appreciate the job our 911 Dispatchers do on a 24/7 basis. Lower Allen has been fortunate enough to have many past and present members work in 911 communcations in Central Pa. Don't forgot to thank any 911 dispatchers you may see, not just this week, but through the year! ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 3-12 with 2 is currently transferred to CC station 31 while they are operating on a mobile home fire. ... See MoreSee Less
A mobile home fire? You should have enough iron on the scene to cover your section of the township. This comment is for Company 31 not Company 12.
LA EMS now hiring EMT-Paramedics ow.ly/o5Bq30opnX9 ... See MoreSee Less
Here is some Statistical Data for the 1st Quarter of 2019 - 1/1 thru 3/31 for LAFC # 1! Thank you to those that assisted throughout the first quarter as it continues to be busy!
Total Incidents: 182
January - 59
February - 60
March - 63
Type of Incidents
100 Fire Related - 29
300 Rescue (Medical/Vehicle Accidents) - 28
400 Hazardous Condition (Gas) - 23
500 Service Calls - 16
600 Good Intent - 51
700 False Alarms - 32
800 - Severe Weather - 3
Day of the Week
Sunday - 30
Monday - 23
Tuesday - 21
Wednesday - 30
Thursday - 33
Friday - 26
Saturday - 19
Time of Day
00:00 - 07:59 - 33
08:00 - 15:59 - 76
16:00 - 23:59 - 73
Average Personnel per Call - 8
Apparatus Scene Responses
Engine 112 - 39
Engine 312 - 5
Squad 12 - 81
Rescue 12 - 31
Truck 12 - 59
Utility 12 - 3
Chief 12 - 30
Chief 112 - 6
Chief 212 - 33
Chief 312 - 30
Incidents By Municipality
Lower Allen - 103
Camp Hill - 17
Fairview Twp - 14
Upper Allen - 14
Lemoyne - 11
New Cumberland - 6
Mechanicsburg - 6
Hampden Twp - 2
Harrisburg - 2
Shiremanstown - 2
Wormleysburg - 2
Carlisle - 1
Lower Paxton Twp - 1
Swatara Twp - 1 ... See MoreSee Less
Per the Township’s page:
Mariner East 2 Hydro test:
This coming Saturday and Sunday (March 30th & 31st) the contractor installing the Mariner East 2 pipeline will be conducting a hydro test of the pipeline beginning at 7:00 am. The hydro test only uses air and water that is held in the pipe under pressure for several hours to insure the integrity of the pipeline.
When the air and water are released, there is sometimes a loud noise. This is normal and not a cause for alarm.
The work will take place near Sheepford Rd and Thompson Lane. Both roads, however, will remain open to traffic. ... See MoreSee Less
As many of you are aware the Yellow Breeches has a flood warning in effect until tomorrow afternoon.
The following roadways have water on them and Public Works has put up barricades as needed:
Sheepford Road at the 1700 block and at the creek bridge.
Gettysburg Road in front of Dairy Farmers.
Per the National Weather Service - The Yellow Breeches Creek will crest near 8.8 feet by this afternoon. The creek will fall below flood stage early afternoon tomorrow.
Public Safety will be monitoring the areas periodically to check status of the flood waters. ... See MoreSee Less
Since midnight, crews have responded on a water rescue on Gettysburg Rd and also assisted Fairview Township on a working mobile home fire. No injuries on either call to start the day! ... See MoreSee Less
Work is being done on the railroad crossings again. Presently, crossings at Slate Hill and Rossmoyne are reported to be down to one lane with crews alternating traffic. The way is open, but expect delays. ... See MoreSee Less
Help us give congratulations to firefighter, Joshua Rokowski, for obtaining his firefighter 1 certification!!! A job well done! ... See MoreSee Less
Route 15 Southbound just south of Rossmoyne Rd is currently down to 1 lane as a result of an accident. Please use caution in the area. ... See MoreSee Less
Roadway was opened around 1540.
I'm going to guess people assuming they dont have to yield in order to merge. They think they have the right of way at that on-ramp.
Updated as of 3/23
We are offering the following equipment for sale. All equipment is used and sold as is. Must be picked up. Best offer will be accepted.
Scott 4.5 Frame - $50
Assorted Scott Hoses
Whelen Edge 9000 Strobe Bar (For parts, strobes are out) - $50
Hydrant Assist Valves x 2 - $100 each
Old school stair chair
Syntor 9000 Radios - Low band
Misc. Portable Bank Chargers
Misc. Radio Parts & Cables
1000 Watt Power Inverter
Honda Portable Generator for Amkus Tools - $500
Please message us if you're interested in any of the equipment. We will get back to you in a timely manner. Please be patient. Thank you ... See MoreSee Less
List updated as of today
List has been updated
Brent Filbert another hydraassist valve for $100 for when we get the attack
When do the Scott cylinders run out of date?
Brian Ginck David Hummel
How much for the whole box of Minitor II items?
Where could I take a look at the edge bar
Raymond Bubba Urich
Aaron Kalochie Mckinley Spencer
Gary Hatterer Mark Hillis
Jared Janolek we should look at the rit pack and some other stuff
All crossings are now open. ... See MoreSee Less
Railroad crossings on Slate Hill Rd and on Rossmoyne Rd are closed. Norfolk Southern advises of an approximate 2-hr closing. ... See MoreSee Less
What are they doing they just repair them not that long ago
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 shared a post.
3 months ago
Last night the members and special guests of the LAFC held our yearly awards banquet. While we honored the Top Ten Responders, Top Training Hours and the combined President/Fire Chiefs Award. This year's award recipient for the President/Fire Chief's Award was given to Bill Zorn. Bill turned 80 in 2018 and the strike of midnight on New Year's, he stepped down as the lead Engineer / Township Budget liasion for the department. It was a great honor for his as he's been a member for almost 50 years and has served well in all aspects of each position he was in. We wish him well in his "retirement," even though he still makes a daily stop in to check on things. Join us in congratulating Bill for this well deserved honor. Thank you to Remember it in Glass for the plaque!William H. Zorn
In recognition and sincere appreciation of your dedication, service, guidance and leadership as Engineer of the Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1. #LA #12 #FD #Glass #Patch #Gift ... See MoreSee Less
all music in this video is owned by their respcted artist, we do not own any of this music.
songs are, Atreyu: The Time is Now and Eric Church: The Outsiders. ... See MoreSee Less
Lower Allen Township will be under a snow emergency beginning at noon today. All vehicles must be off the street by 6:00 pm. 48-hour parking is available at the Township municipal building. Please have sidewalks cleared 24 hours after snowfall ends. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less
Snowing now...started right on time 1:00
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 added 18 new photos — at Susquehanna Club.
3 months ago
The 2018 banquet of LAFC held March 2nd, 2019 at the Susquehanna Club at DLA. ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight at the Lower Allen Township, PA commissioners meeting, members of Lower Allen Fire, Hampden Fire, Shiremanstown Fire, Navy Regional Fire, Lower Allen PD and Hampden PD were recoginzed for their efforts for a house fire on 12/8/18. With their efforts, they were able to save a life from quick action. That occupant is alive today cause of the job well done. Please congratulate them for a fantastic job that cold night! ... See MoreSee Less
Well done, sir! 🙂
awesome job Jason Overholt
Congratulations Jerry Burkett
Congratulations! Thank you all for your dedicated service to us all.
That's the kind of story you like to hear. We'll done!
Congratulations To All
Awesome... congratulations...thank God for our fire fighters and first responders
Job well done!!!!!
Thank you 🙏
****PSA for those living in the township and may need the Fire Department. Recently, we've had multiple residents call and leave us voice messages at the station requesting the fire department respond to their home for some sort of emergency situation. Many times, those messages aren't answered in a timely manner, delaying a response. If you do need us immediately, please call 911 or their non-emergency # 717-238-9676. Thank you for your understanding.*** ... See MoreSee Less
What are you doing this Super Bowl Sunday? The Township Volunteers (Lower Allen & Lisburn) are currently taking the yearly Hazmat Operations Refresher! ... See MoreSee Less
*****As of 2/14, this class is FULL******
We are hosting a Fire Inspector 1 class in March and April. If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Frank Wirth, firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 shared a post.
4 months ago
As we come out of this deep freeze, its been 25 years since the collapse of the Windsor Park Shopping Center. A few pictures/articles related to the weather and incident are in Dave Houseals write up!25 years ago- January 21, 1994-Deep Freeze
It sure doesn’t seem like a quarter of a century has gone by that City Towers (now called Pennsylvania Place-a 25 story highrise at 301 Chestnut St. Harrisburg) froze up solid. It was C Platoon’s second night and I was working with Mike Horst on Tower 1 but since the dispatch was for only Tower 3 to check out the situation and report back to Battalion Chief Tom O’Keefe, we never got to go because rigs were “piece-mealed” in since it was basically a massive assist in evacuating over 200 residents down ice covered stairways.
We did manage to catch a long run into Cumberland County and eventually wound up at the Windsor Park Shopping Center collapse but by the time we got there all the excitement was over. So except running around a lot and freezing our butts off, we didn’t get to do much else. But since it was way below zero, I dared not complain every time I crawled back into the cab of the CF Mack Tower-Ladder and jammed my hands into the vent of the cab heater on full blast.
For bragging purposes though. . .sometime early that morning(21st) the record of minus 22 was registered at Harrisburg International Airport, so at least I can go on record as having worked during the coldest temps ever recorded in Central Pa. something Dad and Grandpa never did!
Okay you older guys and gals. . .let’s hear your stories.
(My apologies if the run records come out a bit small) ... See MoreSee Less
I remember that. The day before we were on the roof of the shopping center across the street where Sheetz is now removing heavy snow so there roof would not collapse along with 4 of my employees. George
I was just thinking of this today. Joe and I just signed the lease, for the bagel shop and a few days later, this happened. We were very fortunate that it wasn't anywhere near our first location.
I live close by and remember hearing all of the sirens, wondering what was going on and then hearing the collapse.
Damn that is one I won't forget. Shorty Matt n Tim Stoner myself n I think Emmy were around back shutting the gas off when it caved. We went scattering up n over the Hahn Engine . I think the 5 of us all needed new undies Lol lol lol . Thank God no one was injured or killed.
As one of the first of the responders on the scene, being inside during the collapse, and being 1 of the 3 FFs to make the double rescue, one of my most fulfilling days on the job...
I was taking a quilting class at sew with us when this happened.
Winter Storm Harper has come upon Lower Allen. Both LAFD stations are currently staffed with volunteers for any calls that may come in. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for your service. Please be safe
This morning, Lower Allen Fire and mutual aid departments responded to an auto accident with entrapment on I-83 @ Exit 40. LA EMS arrived and confirmed 1 fatality in 1 of the involved vehicles. Crews assisted PSP and the Coroners Office for about 2 hours. Thank you to NCFD, WSBF, FTFD, and PennDOT assisting with traffic control. No pictures are available. All media inquiries can be made to PSP. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for your service.
The Duty Chief did an EXCELLENT job on this incident. He did the LOGICAL thing and held only the units he needed. By doing that, traffic was able to flow freely in both directions. 👍
Lower Allen Township is hiring an EMS ALS Captain to manage EMS Operations reporting to the Public Safety Director. The Job Description and Application can be found on the Township website under the Employment Tab. The link is listed here:
Deadline for application is COB Friday, February 1, 2019. ... See MoreSee Less
It only took 9 hours and 55 minutes for us to be dispatched on our first call of the year! A quick trip to New Cumberland (canceled in route). So far the day has been busy adding another 2 calls. Statistics for 2018 will be posted when completed! ... See MoreSee Less
Happy New Year. Here is to a safe and productive year to your entire crew.
Santa Claus has left the Township and departed for the North Pole! Glad we were able to make many memories with families and even pets! He was able to meet with over 500 people throughout the township and we hope to see that number double! Santa will definitely be back next year! Please share any photos you have from today with us! Merry Christmas everyone! ... See MoreSee Less
Santa has arrived at his first stops!!! Be on the look out for him and his crews!! ... See MoreSee Less
Post your pics for us
Thank you for doing this my daughter loves it!
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 shared a post.
5 months ago
A reminder SANTA CLAUS will be making his way around the Township tomorrow! Stop and wish him and our crews a Merry Christmas! See everyone tomorrow!!+We have received word and permission from the North Pole to bring Santa Claus around Lower Allen Township on December 22nd by fire truck!! Santa and his firefighter helpers will make stops throughout the day. If you have any questions, feel free to message us! We ask that everyone shares this with their friends and neighbors to get the word out for everyone to give Santa their Christmas lists! See ya there!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 312 w/3 and Lebanon Tower 1 are currently standing by at Linglestown Station 35 while they operate on a building fire in Lower Paxton Township. ... See MoreSee Less
We would like to congratulate our members Greg and Rebecca on the arrival of their little girl! ... See MoreSee Less
Today at 1115 hrs, Company 12 was dispatched to the rear of the Windsor Park Shopping Center for a vehicle fire. The box was upgraded shortly thereafter for it endangering the building. Chief 12 arrived confirming a well involved van. Squad 12 arrived and deployed a front bumper line to extinguish the fire. As the crew approached from the passenger side, a bang was heard and a REAR LIFT STRUT dislodged itself from the vehicle. It was found approximately 55 feet up an embankment (as you can see in the picture). Fortunately the crew was working in an safe approach when this occurred with no injuries. Always be careful not just of bumpers but also lift gates as struts are very dangerous.
The fire was quickly contained with no extension into the building. Thanks to Kyle Paul for the last 2 pictures. **Not for news media use.** ... See MoreSee Less
God and his Angels were on their side during this, it was like excuse me, step to the side one second,
I have also seen driveshafts explode and fly considerable distance
Would you mind if I shared this to the PennTIME - Pennsylvania Statewide Traffic Incident Management Group?
Christopher D Green
Glad all is safe and well
Kindall L. Wann I’ve said this how many times to you and others. This should be a priority training for everyone, regardless of what position you hold or who you are. It doesn’t discriminate because your an officer or paid firefighter at your full time job!
Wow good thing know one was hurt.
Wow! Glad all are ok.
Timothy McMahon the fire next to Ressler's
David L Smith
Glad to her that no one was injured. This just shows that proper training can avoid serious if not fatal injuries. Stay safe out there.
Can I share this in hopes of avoiding catastrophe?
Dustin Weese where were you
Can I share on State Fire Commissioner's FB page?
This picture just blows my mind. Lesson learned, thank you very much.
Tonight, the membership elected the leadership for 2019. The following were elected:
Chief (3yr term 2018-2020): Dave Murdoch
Deputy Chief: Tim Sheely
1st Asst. Chief: Chris Trace
2nd Asst. Chief: Steve Overmiller
Captains and Lieutenants are appointed by the Fire Chief at a later date.
President: Megan Mumma
Vice President: Greg Weaver
Secretary: Pam Tkac
Treasurer: Jim Polly
Congratulations to all! ... See MoreSee Less
Great job guys and gals congrats to all of you
Congratulations to you all, and Merry Christmas!
Congratulations to all
Congratulations to all
Congratulations to everyone!!!
Congratulations to you all
Thats great seeing Polly is still around,Good Luck All
4 years ago we began correspondence with a FD in Rhede, Germany. In 2015 1 of their members came to visit us.
This past weekend Deputy Chief Overmiller had the opportunity to visit with them for a few days.
He was shown around the Rhede stations, then neighboring town of Bocholt where the joint purchased Ladder is stationed.
Lastly visited the City of Mulheim station where he was able to participate in Live fire trainings along with continued discussions about European firefighting tactics v.s. our tactics.
In the evenings the firefighters took him to experience 2 different Christmas markets.
Thank you to Feuerwehr Rhede for this great opportunity! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for your visit. We hope we can maintain contact.
What an awesome opportunity to see a different way of doing things! I hope he is able to speak about his experience upon his return.
Around 1230 today LAFD and mutual aid departments were sent to Hearth Rd in the Allendale Development for a reported house fire. Lt. 212 arrived minutes later with a fully involved 2 car garage attached to the house. With the updated information and limited manpower responding, a 2nd alarm was requested. The fire was held to the garage with minor damage to the remainder of the house. No injuries reported and the Red Cross was requested. Thanks to those who assisted on scene and covered our stations. Pictures courtesy of Dustin Weese and Jillian Stewart. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you all for your service. Praying for the entire family.
Here you go Jennifer Gallagher
Hi, this Danielle from WGAL. May we use these pictures on air with credit to the department?
We have received word and permission from the North Pole to bring Santa Claus around Lower Allen Township on December 22nd by fire truck!! Santa and his firefighter helpers will make stops throughout the day. If you have any questions, feel free to message us! We ask that everyone shares this with their friends and neighbors to get the word out for everyone to give Santa their Christmas lists! See ya there!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight at the Lower Allen Township, PA Commissioners Meeting, members of the Fire Company were awarded with Life Saver Certificates for assisting Lower Allen EMS on a Cardiac Arrest save back in August. Congratuations to these individuals in both departments for their outstanding work towards our citizens. ... See MoreSee Less
Last night at 2349hrs Squad 12 E112 and Truck 12 responded for Truck fire on Hummel Av under Rt 581. C12 arrived to find a well involved Truck cab impinging on other Trucks close by an requested another Engine added. E14 Assisted ... See MoreSee Less
Heres a ?...WHO AUTHORIZED those trucks to park there in the 1st place? Strategically, it's a very bad idea because 1 caught fire, easily could've ignited the rest of them then in turn causing possible severe damage to route 581. JUST SAYING.
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 is at VFW Post 7530.
6 months ago
Happy Veteran's Day! Member's attended the annual Memorial service at Lower Allen VFW Post 7530. Thank you to the Post for your generous donation. Thank you to all of our member's who are Veterans an all Veteran's! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to FF Nick Knull and FF Bryan Dunbar passing the State Firefighter 2 Certification!! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Bryan Dunbar now... Fire Instructor 1 and Fire Officer 1..... keep moving forward, keep getting more education!
CONGRATS NICK!!!!! Well to both of you!!!!👊👊👊👊👊
Congratulations to my big brother Nick Knull!!!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼❤️❤️❤️👨🏼🚒👨🏼🚒👨🏼🚒👨🏼🚒
Hey, I know Bryan Dunbar!
Way to go guys!
God job guys!!!
Tim Knepp does my record of ff1 and 2 in the same week still hold? Or has anyone beat it?🤣😎
Route 15 Southbound is down to 1 lane at Slate Hill Re due to a Tractor Trailer Fire. Expect delays! ... See MoreSee Less
Roadway is open now
Jeffrey M. Stefanowicz Tanker Chauffeur
TimSheely Providing his best Traffic control skills 😃
Saturday some members attended an elevator emergency class. After classroom session, we did some hands on evolutions an toured a couple elevator control rooms. ... See MoreSee Less
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 shared a photo.
7 months ago
Our old Engine 2, now Ansonville Engine 5... ... See MoreSee Less
I do believe that is old engine 2-12
Tonight, Company 12 was sent to Simpson Ferry Rd in front of the Mount Olivet Church for an accident with injuries and one person still in the vehicle. Chief 312 arrived with a pole and hydrant sheared off as well. Personnel assisted EMS with patient extrication. Thanks to Co. 22 Fire Police for assisting. Use caution in the area tonight as PPL is working on the pole! ... See MoreSee Less
That is a bad spot. I think that pole or one near the one has been hit before. So is that LA or Shiremanstown district? Maybe the township needs to get that relocated or something.
Thank you everyone who stopped by to visit us and grab some pizza while Trick or Treating. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to all the volunteers who make trick or treat night a fun time for all the kids every year! 👻👻👻
I always brag about how our trick or treating is better than anyone else’s! It helps that the truck is parked in front of our house. Thank you for doing this for our families for so many years!
No... THANK YOU to our great fire department and public service officers for their dedication and volunteering your time to deliver the pizza for this annual Trick or Treat event ! Again, Thank You....
~ thank you ~
Thank you for all your hours dedicated to our community!
Reminder that TONIGHT is Trick or Treat in Lower Allen Twp. The Fire Department will be out tonight handing out Pizza and Candy so look for the big red trucks! Check the Scheduled stops list for when we will be in your neighborhood
REMINDER TO TRICK OR TREATERS:
*By using a flashlight, they can see and be seen by others.
*Stay in a group and communicate where they will be going.
*Only go to homes with a porch light on.
*Remain on well-lit streets and always use the sidewalk.
*If no sidewalk is available, walk at the farthest edge of the roadway facing traffic.
*Never cut across yards or use alleys.
*Never enter a stranger's home or car for a treat.
*Obey all traffic and pedestrian regulations.
*Always walk. Never run across a street.
*Only cross the street as a group in established crosswalks
A parent or responsible adult should always accompany young children on their neighborhood rounds.
SEE YOU ALL TONIGHT!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
You guys are awesome, involving yourself into the community to handout pizza! Definitely appreciate the gesture!
Be sure to join us for some pizza during trick-or-treat! ... See MoreSee Less
Lower Allen Fire and Police are currently operating on Route 15 North by the Capital City Mall cleaning up an auto accident. Expect delays in the area. ... See MoreSee Less
This incident is now clear.
Tuesday evening the Truck went to the New Cumberland parade. Photo credit Dustin Weese ... See MoreSee Less
Upcoming Lisburn Community Fire Company Events: ... See MoreSee Less
Tuesday we visited Highalnd Elem ... See MoreSee Less
Tuesday we visited Highland Elementary ... See MoreSee Less
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 was live.
8 months ago
Mechanicsburg Halloween parade ... See MoreSee Less
U have sq 12 ?
Here is a list of the winning ticket numbers from our gun raffle. Winners will be notified, using the name, address, phone number, and e-mail address on the ticket stub, within 10 days of the raffle. In the event that the ticket holder is unable to be contacted, it is the sole responsibility of the winning ticket holder to contact Lisburn Community Fire Co. at 717-766-3994 or LisburnFire24@gmail.com within 30 days of the raffle. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to the winners of our 8th annual gun raffle. Winning ticket numbers and guns won will be posted on the websites of both Lower Allen Fire Co. #1 and Lisburn Community Fire Co shortly. To protect the winner’s identity, the winner’s name will not be posted. A special thank you to everyone who showed their support with this event. We can’t keep doing what we do without you! ... See MoreSee Less
9 months ago
Our colleagues at Lower Allen EMS are hiring Part Time EMTs! If you're interested, an application can be obtained at www.latwp.org! ... See MoreSee Less
EVERYONE PLEASE NOTE: it is Lower Allen Township that is hiring part-time EMTs..... Not the Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1, we are just sharing the flyer.. PLEASE, if you have questions contact the township....
I’d love to join and go through first responders or Emt class
What about Advanced EMTs?
Members doing Water rescue training today at the river ... See MoreSee Less
Nice foam nozzle
Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 shared a photo.
9 months ago