Monthly Calls
Jan
56
Feb
60
Mar
8
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total
124

Yearly Calls
2018
800
2019
877

Upcoming Events
2020 Super Raffle Tickets Available Only Via Waiting List



As we finally put the month of March behind us here is the report:

Call Total - 64 (180 YTD)
Average Manpower Per Call - 10.5
Total # Different Members Responding - 47
Average Time from Dispatch to Responding - 1 min, 29 seconds

Incident Totals
Fire - 10
Rescue Calls - 13
Hazardous Condition - 7
Service Calls - 4
Good Intent Calls - 22
False Alarms - 8

Busiest Day of Week - Thursday

Total Hours for Month - 458:18

Calls Answered in 9 Different Municipalities

Thanks to our members for enduring a very rough month and staying strong, working together, and continuing to turn out great numbers which included over 2500 hours staffing the station. The heart and soul of this company is our members whether you respond to calls or provide support in some fashion. We also appreciate many local businesses who stepped up with donations and continue to do so even though you are suffering as well! We can guarantee we will be there to support you once the stay at home orders are lifted. We intend to continue our “Friday Lunch” outings as soon as we can!! As a reminder, the station itself remains off limits to the general public. If you have donations of supplies or food please ring the doorbell at the entrance closest to the bay doors and someone will meet you.
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As we work through changing all of our grid lights to LED, we have a large amount of 2x4 and some 2x2 lights available for sale. They are “as is” and were in working order when removed. Whether you are interested in just one or many please contact us either by whatever means you have. Obviously we will need to wait until the travel ban is lifted but they are not going anywhere. All lights are being stored inside our shed. ... See moreSee less

As we work through changing all of our grid lights to LED, we have a large amount of 2x4 and some 2x2 lights available for sale. They are “as is” and were in working order when removed. Whether you are interested in just one or many please contact us either by whatever means you have. Obviously we will need to wait until the travel ban is lifted but they are not going anywhere. All lights are being stored inside our shed.

Thanks to MISSION BBQ for providing lunch for the Station today; we appreciated the kind gesture and the support of the emergency services in the area!! ... See moreSee less

Thanks to MISSION BBQ for providing lunch for the Station today; we appreciated the kind gesture and the support of the emergency services in the area!!

Cumberland County, PACumberland County has been added to Governor Tom Wolf's Stay at Home Order. Stay at Home guidance: www.ccpa.net/4796 ... See moreSee less

 

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And people will still act careless. They will go to the grocery store everyday just to socialize or be out because being at home is to much for them

7 years ago 3/24 - “Protecting the Colonel’s Secret Recipe” on a working fire at KFC at Rt114/Rt11 ... See moreSee less

7 years ago 3/24 - “Protecting the Colonel’s Secret Recipe” on a working fire at KFC at Rt114/Rt11

 

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Palo Alto purchased your former engine. We are currently working to put it in service.

Our gear and the station smelled delicious for the next few days!

Wow. 7 years. I remember this. I didn't think it was this long ago. Thank you for keeping us safe.

And for the next year people continued to drive up to the blackened building, surrounded by police tape, and still pulled up to the drive thru and waited to give their order...... 🙄

Look at all that open land.

7 years ago and I can still smell it 🤮

John Desjardine is the the old engine 11

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4 years ago we took our very first trip to Pierce Mfg for print approval for Squad 33! ... See moreSee less

4 years ago we took our very first trip to Pierce Mfg for print approval for Squad 33!