Monthly Calls
Jan
71
Feb
61
Mar
77
Apr
68
May
46
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total
323

Yearly Calls
2018
800

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Please take the time to remember the real reason for the holiday weekend. It’s because of their sacrifice that we have the freedom in this great country to enjoy this day. While enjoying the festivities this weekend, please keep all grills and open flame at least 15 feet away from your home or deck, we don’t want to have to crash your party... Have a safe and Happy Memorial Day weekend from your family at NKFC! ... See moreSee less

Please take the time to remember the real reason for the holiday weekend. It’s because of their sacrifice that we have the freedom in this great country to enjoy this day. While enjoying the festivities this weekend, please keep all grills and open flame at least 15 feet away from your home or deck, we don’t want to have to crash your party... Have a safe and Happy Memorial Day weekend from your family at NKFC!

Members completed Pump 2 training today. Special thanks to Carlisle Fire & Rescue Services for allowing Truck 245 to assist in the class! ... See moreSee less

Members completed Pump 2 training today. Special thanks to Carlisle Fire & Rescue Services for allowing Truck 245 to assist in the class!

Squad, Mini, Traffic, and Chief 133 responded to the 7000 block of Carlisle Pike for an accident involving a roll over late Saturday afternoon. Crews arrived to find a pole sheared off and driver out of the vehicle. Squad 31 was canceled and Traffic 31 assisted at the scene. While the remainder of the company cleared within 30 minutes, Traffic 33 remained on scene for about an hour until the wrecker removed the vehicle. Thanks to our Fire Police for not only having our backs but the Police and Towing company as well!! ... See moreSee less

Squad, Mini, Traffic, and Chief 133 responded to the 7000 block of Carlisle Pike for an accident involving a roll over late Saturday afternoon. Crews arrived to find a pole sheared off and driver out of the vehicle. Squad 31 was canceled and Traffic 31 assisted at the scene. While the remainder of the company cleared within 30 minutes, Traffic 33 remained on scene for about an hour until the wrecker removed the vehicle. Thanks to our Fire Police for not only having our backs but the Police and Towing company as well!!

 

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Well done But to the drivers Stop texting and slow down!

Members from New Kingstown and Monroe completed Pump 1 training conducted May 18th and 19th. These members will be proceeding on to Pump 2 this week! Thanks to D/C Horning for the pictures. ... See moreSee less

Members from New Kingstown and Monroe completed Pump 1 training conducted May 18th and 19th. These members will be proceeding on to Pump 2 this week! Thanks to D/C Horning for the pictures.

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New Kingstown Fire Co.

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Public Safety Day

Squad 33, along with Squad 20 and Squad 12, staging just before lunchtime today in Hampden Township on the investigation inside call on Grandon Way. ... See moreSee less

Squad 33, along with Squad 20 and Squad 12, staging just before lunchtime today in Hampden Township on the investigation inside call on Grandon Way.

Like others across the Central PA region we were saddened to hear of the passing of North Middleton Volunteer Fire Company Deputy Chief Lonnie McKillip. We, at New Kingstown have worked with and beside Lonnie for many years; he was dedicated to the fire service and true to North Middleton. Lonnie was always there to help you from fire attack to rolling hose; whatever the task at hand was. He will always be remembered for “running with the choke out” - that’s just the kind of guy he was, eager to get the job done in a high strung manner. Keep the members of North Middleton and his family in your thoughts and prayers!! We will take it from here Chief!! Keep your eye upon us all from above! ... See moreSee less

Like others across the Central PA region we were saddened to hear of the passing of North Middleton Volunteer Fire Company Deputy Chief Lonnie McKillip. We, at New Kingstown have worked with and beside Lonnie for many years; he was dedicated to the fire service and true to North Middleton. Lonnie was always there to help you from fire attack to rolling hose; whatever the task at hand was. He will always be remembered for “running with the choke out” - that’s just the kind of guy he was, eager to get the job done in a high strung manner. Keep the members of North Middleton and his family in your thoughts and prayers!! We will take it from here Chief!! Keep your eye upon us all from above!

 

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R I P Brother thank you for your Service and God bless you

RIP Brother see you at the big one.

My condolences to the family

RIP BROTHER

R.I.P brother you will be missed but never forgotten

Rest in peace Chief. Job well done brother.

RIP Chief

Rip brother

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Tonight crews from New Kingstown, Silver Spring Community Fire Co., and Monroe Fire Company traveled to Souder’s for farm equipment familiarization. Andy took us around both tractors, large bailer, and planter explaining their general operation and key points if we would need to respond to an incident. We thank Andy and Greg for their time tonight. Positive working relationships like this are the key to incident operations running smoothly. ... See moreSee less

Tonight crews from New Kingstown, Silver Spring Community Fire Co., and Monroe Fire Company traveled to Souder’s for farm equipment familiarization. Andy took us around both tractors, large bailer, and planter explaining their general operation and key points if we would need to respond to an incident. We thank Andy and Greg for their time tonight. Positive working relationships like this are the key to incident operations running smoothly.