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Chief Curtis Hall, April 24

Engine 33 participated with several of the 21 covered grant companies from the Capital Region at a press release Wednesday evening held at HACC Public Safety Training Center. The four-year grant, focused on recruiting, training, and retaining members will be coming to an end in November 2025. Until that point, the focus now is directed to attract 100 teens to become members of your local fire company. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Tuesday Night Training

Lieutenant Alexander Hall, April 24

This week’s training went over primary and secondary search tactics at our acquired structure. Crews worked on scenarios with and without the use of the Thermal Imaging Camera, getting the victims to the closest egress, as well as radio communications. Artificial smoke was used to aide in the authenticity of the training.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Curtis Hall, April 24

Squad 33 (with 6) responded as RIT on the hotel room fire in Lower Allen Township then released to respond to second incident involving a possible gas leak inside in the same commercial development. The crew established RIT upon arrival at the fire and monitored operations and small tasks assigned by command. Squad 33 was first arriving for the gas leak with a multiple occupant commercial building ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Upgrade to the Pool Table

Chief Curtis Hall, April 23

Several years ago a pool table was donated to the fire company. Over the last few weeks, members have been working on some updates to it including a new felt surface. After removing the old cover, an inspection tag was found showing that the table was originally inspected in 1969. A pool table was once to focal point in many fire stations, including New Kingstown. It’s nice to know due to some talented ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Member Monday 💡 Terrin Brammer How long have you been at New Kingstown? 10 years What is your favorite thing about New Kingstown?

New Kingstown Fire Co., April 22

The family atmosphere and the pride that the members have in the department.

Favorite quote?

“Tell me and I’ll forget. Teach me and i remember. Involve me and i learn.” Benjamin Franklin

Job outside of New Kingstown?

Asst. Supervisor for Cumberland County DPS... (Full Story & Photos)

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Junior Training on 04/21

New Kingstown Fire Co., April 21

The juniors have training directly for them on Sundays. It’s a way to work on their skills that pertain to them! They also learn team building. If you’re interested in this, please stop by or message the page.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Curtis Hall, April 20

Saturday morning began with an accident on I81 NB near MM53. Crews from New Kingstown, Union, Carlisle Fire Rescue, and Silver Spring Fire Police responded to the incident. Crews found a passenger vehicle and tractor trailer involved, both which crossed from the Southbound lanes, through the median, across both NB Lanes and off the road. The passenger vehicle was under the truck trailer. Fortunately, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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On This Day in History - April 19th, 1995

New Kingstown Fire Co., April 19

On April 19, 1995 at 09:02 hours the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building took place in Oklahoma City.

Just over an hour later at 10:05, fire crews from Silver Spring Township and surrounding areas were sent to the Hall Mansion off RT114 for a building fire. Engine 233 (1983 GMC/Darley) and Brush 33 (1976 Dodge/Keyser) responded from Co. 33, both units were driver only. Chief 33 (James ... (Full Story & Photos)

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