Monday, May 30th, 2022
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At 10:30 E-77 was special called to assist Station-22 with a scrap yard fire. Crews arrived to find heavy fire conditions in a pile of scrap metal. Multiple master streams were placed in service and c...
Saturday, May 28th, 2022
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Crews from both stations responded to 8 calls on Saturday alone and additional calls on Sunday and Monday. E-77 responded to a working fire in 80's local and arrived 2nd in at a fully involved con...
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Just before noon time E-77 was special called to Lower Makefield for the working fire. Crews arrived on scene at 1487 Heather Circle with heavy fire conditions in the attached garage.
Tuesday, May 10th, 2022
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Just after 9:30am both stations were dispatched to the East Lincoln Hwy Wendy's for a building fire. Interior crews reported a electrical fire with extension into the walls. Crews remained on scen...
Monday, June 20th, 2022
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Crews spent Monday night at the Lower End Fire School using the Vehicle Fire Prop.
Thursday, June 9th, 2022
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Come celebrate Hulmeville Borough 150th Anniversary with a tour through 10 beautiful gardens and two town parks on June 11th. See attached flyer for details.
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Two members attended the memorial service for Life Member Tom Reimensnyder in Mifflinburg PA. Tom spent many years holding numerous positions at William Penn running out of the Oxford Valley Station. ...
Tuesday, May 17th, 2022
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Firefighter Jim McCullough has completed his IFSAC Firefighter-1 through BCCC. Jim put in close to 200 hours of training to obtain this certification, Congrats and welcome to the brotherhood.
Public Information

       

Welcome to our Public Information page.  This page is designed to inform the public about Emergency Service's and how the Community can help. 

Approaching Emergency Vehicle's:   While driving in your vehicle you see a fire truck in rear view mirror with its red, light's siren's blaring.  What should you do?  The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania mandates all passenger vehicles to give the right away to an emergency vehicle.  This should be done by pulling to the side of the Road, and stopping.  Do not stop in a lane of traffic.  This makes a hazardous situation for the responding emergency unit's by having the emergency driver take evasive action's to avoid your vehicle. 

Some traffic lights are equipped with a white flood light attached to top of the light post.  This device has been designed to allow the approaching vehicle to have the right away.  This device changes the traffic light to green for the direction the emergency vehicle is traveling.  This device also turns all other lanes of traffic to a red signal.  This fallow’s our response to Emergency's allot safer.  All ways remember we could be responding to someone's house that you know.  If we can't get there, we are no help to the public. 

Emergency Personnel on the Roadway:

When you see Emergency Personnel operating on the roadway please slow down, and move to another lane.  If you are unable to do so, please slow down, and give as much room as you can to allow a safe working distance for the Emergency Providers on the roadway.

www.respondersafety.com/SlowDown.aspx

www.respondersafety.com/NoPicnic.aspx

 


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