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Chief Curtis Hall, January 27

While returning from the Mechanicsburg Fire, Chief Heckert from Monroe Fire Company extended an invite to the Squad crew for a home cooked breakfast at their Station. We appreciate the kind gesture; it definitely hit the spot!... (Full Story & Photos)

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RIT to Mechanicsburg

Chief Curtis Hall, January 27

At 06:31, Squad 33 was sent on the reported smoke in building in the 100 blk of E Main St. The incident was upgraded to first alarm while members were gearing up. Squad (with 4) responded and were tasked with throwing ground ladders and making a size up; crews were operating in the rear of the building on 2 floors. Utility 133 responded with 2 more RIT members. Crews monitored operations until being ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Curtis Hall, January 26

As we continue with upgrades and enhancements at the Station, the decision was made to purchase a snow plow for Utility 1. The SnowEx plow will give us the capability to handle snow removal and clean uparound the station as well as provide a vehicle capable to respond with the larger apparatus during snow events and “get us in” where snow removal hasn’t been done just yet.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Two Building Fires with Maydays Declared, Firefighters Injured

Lieutenant Alex Hall, January 24

Please keep the family of the victims and the firefighters in your thoughts and prayers through this difficult time.

Middletown, PA: Overnight, units from Dauphin County, PA responded to a house fire with entrapment in Royalton. The occupant did perish in the fire. A Mayday was declared when a chimney collapsed onto a firefighter. The firefighter was rescued and transported to the Hospital. Chief ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Curtis Hall, January 21

Thursday the new boiler installation was completed and made operational. We cannot thank Remco enough for their dedication to get this up and running in basically four days. The in floor heat is just one of the “creature comforts” here at New Kingstown; a system that has been proven long before our installation with the building expansion that was completed in 2010; the new boiler is much more energy ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Pickup Truck Fire

Chief Curtis Hall, January 20

At 13:09, Companies 33 and 25 (in place of 31), and A72 were sent to the area of 21 Waterford Dr for a vehicle fire. E33 (4), T33, and C33 arrived within 3 minutes finding the vehicle on the Carlisle Pike. Crews stretched one bumper line and had the fire controlled quickly. E125 was placed available before arrival. Crews insured the fire was out and picked up and cleared the scene within 15 minutes. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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A diesel fuel powered portable heating unit operational outside of the station.
A diesel fuel powered portable heating unit operational outside of the station.

Apparatus Bay Heating Problem

Chief Curtis Hall, January 17

Just like homeowners experiencing issues in their own home, the fire company is not exempt from issues, even with annual preventative maintenance in place. Sunday morning we discovered an issue with the boiler that provides heat for the in floor system for the apparatus Bay Area. Remco was quick to respond but unfortunately determined that the 12 year old boiler could not be repaired. Planning immediately ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Multiple Call Sunday and Winter Storm Izzy

Chief Curtis Hall, January 17

For Sunday prior to the storm, Crews responded to a commercial fire alarm, residential fire alarm, and a medical assist. Once the snow began falling, the township companies responded to a propane odor inside a residence. Just after 01:00 early Monday, the winds picked up causing additional calls in Silver Spring Township. Crews handled a commercial fire alarm, trees down, tree down onto a residence, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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