Author Archives: Lynn Fernbaugh

Kitchen Fire in the Boro

On Monday, March 4th, the Borough Fire Companies, along with Company 23 (Upper Allen) and Company 37 (Navy Depot) were dispatched to a reported kitchen fire.  Chief 28 arrived on-scene and confirmed a working fire.  Engine 127 secured a water … Continue reading

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Saturday Night Truck Call

On Saturday, March 2nd, Truck 28 was dispatched to Conestoga Drive in Silver Springs Township for a reported chimney fire.  The Truck responded and assisted the Township Companies with roof operations. Photos courtesy of Lt. Koni Hench

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Rescue and Truck on Hampden Twp. Garage Fire

Around 4pm, Rescue 28 (with 7) was dispatched to Hampden Township for a reported garage fire.  Units arrived on scene with a working fire.  The crew from the rescue was split, 4 members performing a primary search and the remainder … Continue reading

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Annual Award Banquet

On Saturday, at the 155th Annual Awards Banquet, the following received awards: Top Ten: 1. Alex Goldman 2. Chris Trace 3. Sean Forsythe 4. Joey Metallo 5. Ken Kise 6. Lynn Fernbaugh 7. Ron Trace 8. Chris Turnbull 9. Pete … Continue reading

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Engine, Truck & Rescue Assist With Early Morning Building Fire

This morning at 7:29, Truck 28 & Rescue 28 were dispatched to the 33-101 box, in Silver Spring Township along Trindle Rd. for smoke from a body shop.  Chief 33 (New Kingstown) arrived confirming a working fire.  Rescue 28 (with … Continue reading

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TROT and the Truck

Sunday, February 10th, saw 2 calls for the Washies.  First, the Company was alerted to Lurgan Township for an animal rescue as part of the Cumberland County Technical Rescue Team (TROT).  4 members responded and were cancelled while en-route.  Later, … Continue reading

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Truck 28 to Mount Holly on 2nd Alarm for Building Fire

January 29th:  Truck 28 was dispatched at approx. 0330 as part of the 2nd Alarm assignment, to PPG Industries in Mount Holly to assist on a building fire.  The Truck responded with a crew of 5.  Once on scene, the … Continue reading

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3 for Wednesday

Wednesday, January 23rd, saw frigid weather for the mid-state and 3 calls for the Washies.  Rescue 28 was dispatched around noon to Hampden Township for an odor of something burning inside a residence.  Crews were on-scene for approximately 15 minutes … Continue reading

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Transfer and Call Together

On Tuesday, January 22nd, Engine 128 was dispatched to transfer to York County Station 65, Franklintown, to cover their area while they operated on another scene.  Just after going responding on the transfer, the Borough Companies were dispatched to an … Continue reading

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Engine and Truck to Shiremanstown to assist with House Fire

On Sunday, January 20th, Engine 128 and Truck 28 were dispatched to the Borough of Shiremanstown as part of the 2nd Alarm response for a house fire.  The members arrived on-scene and were stationed in the manpower pool, awaiting assignment. … Continue reading

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