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Working Fire in Silver Spring Township

Chief Curtis Hall, September 29

This afternoon at 14:46, units were sent for a garage fire on Briargate Rd in the Township. County upgraded the response to a working fire at 14:47. Chief 29 (Stoner) arrived with an attached garage well involved and extending in the residence and exposure home on Side B. A second alarm was requested at 14:52. E33 (with 6) was first arriving at 14:53 (7 mins from dispatch) laying out from the hydrant ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Curtis Hall, September 28

Attention, May We Have Your Attention Please!!

Super Raffle Ticket Sales Begin October 1st at New Kingstown and Shermans Dale Fire Stations!! Members will be receiving their tickets as well. Due to high demand, do not wait as even though the event isn't until May 6, 2023 this will be a "sold out event". We will announce pickup times for the station before Saturday.... (Full Story & Photos)

Reported Smoke in Basement

Chief Curtis Hall, September 24

Engine (6), Squad (3), and Chief 133 responded with mutual aid partners assisting at 1176 Harrisburg Pike for smoke in the basement. E33 crew split for investigation and stretching a hand line. Squad 33 established ventilation. Crews believe the cause was a ceiling mounted fan. Truck 39 checked the roof as well. Crews ventilated the basement before clearing the scene within 45 mins. While this incident ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Curtis Hall, September 24

This morning, Squad (with 5), Traffic, and Chief 33 responded to I81 SB At Exit 49 for an accident with reported entrapment involving a roll over. E141 arrived with no entrapment. Chief 7 placed Co. 33 available before arrival; as the norm, Squad 33 had several miles of backlog traffic to deal with thus the reasoning for having apparatus covering both “bounds”. Picture from the Exit 49 Traffic Camera.... (Full Story & Photos)

Monroe Extrication

Chief Curtis Hall, September 23

Squad 33 (with 5) assisted Co. 25 and R45 with an accident involving entrapment at Lisburn Rd and Old Stonehouse Rd this morning. Squad 33 was given the assignment to use the winch to pull the pickup truck away from the passenger car in order for the driver to be extricated. The Squad Crew split for the task and to assist with extrication. Crews were already working on the passenger side of the car; ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Curtis Hall, September 23

This week’s Flashback Friday takes us to a vehicle accident with entrapment on Silver Spring Rd near Presbyterian Dr in the mid 90’s. Crews from Silver Spring, New Kingstown, and Citizen’s worked to extricate multiple people trapped in two vehicles. On a side note, neither SS or NK was running preconnected rescue tools at this time; everything was done by gas power units. Photos from the James Hall ... (Full Story & Photos)

Cumberland County Fire and EMS Memorial Services

Chief Curtis Hall, September 22

Wednesday evening, Cumberland County held its Fire and EMS Memorial Service at the Public Safety Building in Carlisle. The services held annually, honors firefighters and EMS professional who have passed away each year and those who were killed in the line of duty. This year the following names of New Kingstown Fire Company members were read along with others from across Cumberland County - Leonard ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Curtis Hall, September 21

As the Fall Harvest is underway in many locations, please be alert while driving as the farmers use some of the same roadways as we do. Their equipment is larger than the travel lanes of most all "back roads" and may have augers or combine heads that extend past the width of even their vehicles. You may see Combines, Tractors, Bin Wagons, Trucks Pulling a Trailer, and/or Tractor Trailers. While some ... (Full Story & Photos)


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