Monthly Calls
 Month
Fire
 Jan
41
 Feb
38
 Mar
38
 Apr
41
 May
4
 Jun
0
 Jul
0
 Aug
0
 Sep
0
 Oct
0
 Nov
0
 Dec
0
 Total
162

Calls By Year
Year
Fire
2014
405
House Fire on the Mountain

 
 
Sat, May 2nd, 2015 5:10:00 pm - This evening township companies were sent to the 20-02 box for a reported House Fire. Chief 5 (Owen) head smoke showing while responding and requested additional tankers.  Lieutenant 2-20 (Cutter) arrived and found a fire to the rear of the house on the deck and involving the underside of the house.  Engine 20 (AC Matter) arrived next and went to work extinguishing the fire.  Other ...Continued
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House Fire in the First Due
Sat, May 2nd, 2015 1:10:00 am - This morning township companies were dispatched to the 20-05 box for a House Fire.  Chief 5 (Owen) arrived first to find fire showing on the bravo side and had Engine 20 (AC Laman) tag a nearby hydrant.  Fire was knocked down within minutes of the Engine's arrival and the other crews assisted with overhaul and checking for extension. ...Continued
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Spring Breakfast & Chicken BBQ A Success
 
Sun, Apr 26th, 2015 7:43:00 am - The members of the Northeast Fire & Rescue would like to thank everyone who supported our company on Saturday 4/25 during our annual spring breakfast and chicken bbq. Once again it was a great success! ...Continued
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Tanker to East Hanover
Sun, Apr 19th, 2015 9:42:00 am - On Saturday 4/18 at 15:12. Tanker 20 was dispatched with Tanker 17 (EFC #3) to assist Dauphin County Company 39 (Grantville) with a commercial building fire in East Hanover Township. Tanker 20 (LT Stilo Sr.) responded with 5 and arrived to assist with water supply while the crew assisted with fire attack. This morning (Sunday 4/19) at 02:01, Tanker 20 was once again dispatched along ...Continued
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AFA Upgraded to Box Alarm
 
Sat, Apr 11th, 2015 1:58:00 pm - At 20:55, Company 20 and Truck Company 17 was dispatched to the Central Penn College main campus for an automatic fire alarm coming from an unknown location. Chief 1-20 (Matter) arrived to meet Central Penn Security advising of smoke in the building. Command upgraded the box bringing the rest of the East Pennsboro Township Fire Department and Truck Company 30 (Hampden). Engine 20 arrived and ...Continued
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House Fire in Rye Township
Sat, Apr 11th, 2015 10:13:00 am - Today units were dispatched to the 6-02 box in the area of Reed Drive for a house fire.  Chief 6 (Richmond) went responding and was advised they were recieving multiple calls of a working house fire.  Tanker 20 (FF Owen) arrived next and laid a supply line up the drive way and started extinguishment efforts.  Engine 20 (Capt. Owen) arrived shortly after and picked up ...Continued
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Chimney Fire in Hampden

 
 
Thu, Apr 9th, 2015 9:07:00 pm - The first alarm was sent to Lambs Gap Road in the 30-101 box for a reported chimney fire.  Chief 1-30 (Flinn III) arrived first to find fire from the top of the chimney.  Truck 30 (Capt. Folk) arrived after that and started to ladder the house and start roof operations.  Engine 20 (Capt. Owen) was next in and split its crew assiting with extinguishment and ...Continued
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Train Derailment
Sat, Apr 4th, 2015 10:50:00 pm - Company 20 and EMS were dispatched to the Norfolk Southern Rail Road for a train derailment.  Chief 1-20 (Matter) arrived to find 3 locomotives derailed and a few injuries.  Company 20 assisted EMS with patient care and checked for fluid leaks.  ...Continued
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WE'RE BACK !
 
Sat, Apr 4th, 2015 4:40:00 pm - We would like to thank you for your patience as our site has been down for maintenance and a whole new look. We will be continueing to update our website so please continue to check back for updates! ...Continued
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Forcible Entry Training
Tue, Mar 31st, 2015 6:00:00 pm - Tonight, all four township companies gathered at Station 20 for weekly training.  The topic of the week was forcible entry.  The group was split into two with half working on hands on convential skills led by Deputy Chief Flinn III from Company 30 and the use of their forcible entry simulator, the other half was ran through a classroom session led by Lieutenant Cutter and ...Continued
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