Monthly Calls
Jan
56
Feb
60
Mar
64
Apr
37
May
61
Jun
65
Jul
13
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total
356

Yearly Calls
2018
800
2019
877

Upcoming Events
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Squad 33 has been Out of Service for its annual maintenance/service and for corrosion repairs at Glick Fire Equipment Company. ... See moreSee less

Squad 33 has been Out of Service for its annual maintenance/service and for corrosion repairs at Glick Fire Equipment Company.

 

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Happy 4th Stay safe

Happy Fourth everyone

Cumberland County, PA - Department of Public SafetyLeave Fireworks To The Professionals Cumberland County. 🎆 #IndepenceDay ... See moreSee less

Tuesday evening training focused on dry hydrant operations. There are three (3) dry hydrants installed in Silver Spring Township’s “north side” where there are no public water lines. Tonight we used newest dry hydrant on Glendale Dr. Crews had no issues with the hydrant and flowed for about an hour. After returning to station the crew was shown how to back flush the pump and clean the pump water strainer. Thanks to those who came out; learning never stops! ... See moreSee less

Tuesday evening training focused on dry hydrant operations. There are three (3) dry hydrants installed in Silver Spring Township’s “north side” where there are no public water lines. Tonight we used newest dry hydrant on Glendale Dr. Crews had no issues with the hydrant and flowed for about an hour. After returning to station the crew was shown how to back flush the pump and clean the pump water strainer. Thanks to those who came out; learning never stops!

The New Kingstown Fire Company will become a combination Career/Volunteer Fire Company on August 2nd, 2020. After several years of planning, three (3) Career Apparatus Driver/Operators will begin employment. This step will ensure a driver is available to respond with the first out apparatus 24 hours a day/7 days a week. With the growth our community has witnessed over the past several years the fire company administration felt that a full time driver would ensure that fire and rescue protection meets the needs of the community. After a thorough evaluation process the following have been chosen to fill those positions: John Wurster, Philip Crea, and Koni Hench. The New Kingstown Fire Company looks forward to changes in our daily processes to ensure the safety of our community, and those who travel through or work within, remain our number one priority. ... See moreSee less

 

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Wonderful news for our community in particular and all this you serve in addition. Great work!!!!

Congratulations gentleman, John Wurster and Koni Hench

Congratulations to all three know all of them it will be a solid start to the department.

You guys have come so far. Congratulations

Congrats John Wurster and Koni Hench !!! What a great addition to your department.

Congrats to everyone especially John Wurster and koni.

Congratulations gentlemen!!!

Congratulations to all!

Congratulations to all!

Congratulations to all

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Way to go Koni! Doing great things again!

Congratulations to you all!!!

Congratulations!!!

Congratulations Koni.

Congratulations

Congratulations Koni!! 🚒

Congrats Koni Hench! I'm happy for you.

Congrats!

Congratulations

Congrats to the 3 of you!

Congrats!

Congrats

Congratulations Koni Hench and John Wurster

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Presenting the New (to us) Traffic 33!! Traffic 33 was picked up at Swab Wagon Company, Inc. on Monday and is now on Station. More to follow as the Fire Police work to get it into service. ... See moreSee less

Presenting the New (to us) Traffic 33!! Traffic 33 was picked up at Swab Wagon Company, Inc. on Monday and is now on Station. More to follow as the Fire Police work to get it into service.

 

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Good choice on picking the boys from Swab, guys!

Do you guys still have the big traffic unit?

Squad, Mini, and Chief 33 responded to the PA Turnpike EB MM233.8 for an accident involving an overturned vehicle and confinement. Crews stabilized the vehicle and had the occupant out in short time. The box was reduced to Co. 33, A72, and M88. Sq23 was placed available before arrival. Thanks to Dave Shafer for the pictures taken from Sinclair Rd. ... See moreSee less

Squad, Mini, and Chief 33 responded to the PA Turnpike EB MM233.8 for an accident involving an overturned vehicle and confinement. Crews stabilized the vehicle and had the occupant out in short time. The box was reduced to Co. 33, A72, and M88. Sq23 was placed available before arrival. Thanks to Dave Shafer for the pictures taken from Sinclair Rd.

 

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You are wonderful!