*Sneak Preview* Coming to a first due near you. “Summer 2020” ... See MoreSee Less
It’s May 1st, and all the reports from April 2020 have been filed! April 2020 was an incredibly busy month for our membership. While the number of Emergency Activations may not have been increased from average, the severity of incident greatly increased. The Paxtonia Fire Company was called for service 30 times in April. Of those 30 calls, there were 7 “Jobs”, 2 Vehicle Fires, and 5 transfers to Harrisburg City. Our members have put out a lot of fire this past month.
At this time, we would like to announce and congratulate our top responders for April!
1.) Lieutenant-1 Josh Feeser: 25 Responses
2.) Ryan Murphy: 24 Responses
3.) Joe “worm” Miller: 23 Responses
4.) Live-In Drew Hobbs: 22 Responses
5.) Live-In Charlie King: 21 Responses
Thanks to all of our members for keeping our apparatus rolling out the door every time an emergency happens! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for the service....very much
Firefighters answer all calls every day everywhere. Good job my brothersn sisters. FireCapt Louie Albert retired. Stay safe n be strong 👩🚒👩🚒🚨♨️🔥👩🚒👨🚒👨🚒
Fantastic work .... stay safe and continue your Great dedication to your community and others
Job well done. Thank you
Strong work fellas 💪💪💪💪💪💪💪
👍🇺🇸💪 love the 34’s
*Fully Involved Vehicle Fire*
Rescue Engine 34-1 first arriving to Interstate 81 (NB) in the area of mile marker 74.3. The 36-81 box (West Hanover Township) was struck around 16:45 hours. Our crew arrived to find a single vehicle, along the side of the highway, engulfed in flame. One Hand-line was stretched as the Paxtonia firemen made quick work of the fire. ... See MoreSee Less
All done aha
*Working Fire* Last evening, Monday night, Engine and Truck 34 operating Side “A” on a structure fire in Lower Paxton Township. Around 19:40 hours the 35-1 (Linglestown) box was struck for a reported house fire. Engine and Truck 34 responded with a total of 12 personnel and were met with fire showing from the second division of the structure. The fire was quickly extinguished by all involved and the fire spread was limited to the second story of the home. Another example of the power of quick responses by the three fire departments in Lower Paxton Township!
Linglestown Fire Company No. 1 - Station 35
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