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Mar 90
Apr 55
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2018 803
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No Caption Mid Rise Hotel Incident

Chief Curtis Hall, May 15

This evening, the Township Companies and Automatic Aid Companies were sent to Winding Creek Blvd for smoke on the 4th Floor of a Hotel. C31 held the command and had units set up for the incident with crews taking high rise bundles and equipment up along with the laying a supply line, hooking to the FDC, and hydrant hooked up. Three Ladder Trucks took their positions on the building as well. Crews ... (Full Story & Photos)

Thank You to Those in Blue!

Chief Curtis Hall, May 15

This day, May 15th, has been set aside as Peace Officers Memorial Day! We thank you for everything that you do every day to keep watch over us all! You’ll always have a place at our table!!... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Curtis Hall, May 15

E33 (6), Squad 33 (5), Chief 1, and Chief 2 responded to the 800blk of Colonial Ct for a reported townhouse fire. C331 arrived with the fire out. E33 was first arriving with the Squad taking the hydrant. The engine crew opened up the area then soaked it down. The booster line was used for this task. E237 set up ventilation on Side A while Squad crew checked interior and basement and secured power ... (Full Story & Photos)

Former Engine 33 Housing Ceremony

Lieutenant Alexander Hall, May 15

Engine 33 and crew of 5 attended the parade and housing ceremony for the former Engine 33, now serving Citizen's Fire Co. #1 of Palo Alto, PA. Engine 33 was awarded 1st Place Best Appearing and Equipped Engine (1500 GPM and Under), as well as a judges award for Furthest Distance Traveled.

Engine 612, a 1998 E-One Pumper, was originally purchased and operated by Good Intent Fire Company #1 of Pottsville, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Former Engine 33 nose to nose with Current Engine 33
Former Engine 33 nose to nose with Current Engine 33

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Chief Curtis Hall, May 12

With Super Raffle cleanup almost completed, the tents are one of the final items to leave the grounds; Tuesday evening, members organized and stored raffle items until next year including all of the construction fencing, stakes, and cones. There will be several areas that will need leveled off, new top soil added, and reseeded; this will come in the next several weeks. While things return to "normal" ... (Full Story & Photos)

2022 Super Raffle Winners List

Chief Curtis Hall, May 08

After a very busy day yesterday, despite the weather, we cannot say enough to all of you that supported this year's raffle. A lot can be said about the crowd that came out but the one word that keeps coming up is "ridiculous". Ridiculous in the fact that so many people attended yesterday even with the rain, wind, mud, and colder temperatures - that in itself is ridiculous but yet amazing. We appreciate ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Curtis Hall, May 06

Mother Nature has washed out a good bit of our normal parking. We have secured off site parking in a parking lot on the east end of New Kingstown off Main Street. We will be running busses back and forth all day. We understand that this will take some time to transport, but it is the best option to try to accommodate parking. We will park PLACARDED handicap vehicles and 4x4 pickup trucks at the firehouse ... (Full Story & Photos)

Traffic Unit Assists on I81

Chief Curtis Hall, May 03

Tonight during the monthly fire company meeting, Traffic 33 was dispatched to assist with traffic control at scene of a tractor trailer fire on I81 near Exit 49 in South Middleton Township. Traffic 33 arrived and assist Carlisle Fire Police with closing the on ramp to Exit 49 as well as controlling one lane past the Incident scene. Traffic 33 was out for 3.5 hours. Thanks to these dedicated men who ... (Full Story & Photos)

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