Feb 12 2018

Several Rescues At Hanover Fire

Greater Hanover Area Firefighter Bryan McDermitt hands off one of several dogs rescued from burning home to EMS personnel today in Hanover Borough. Two goats were also rescued from the Highland Avenue home.

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Feb 03 2018

Gettysburg Townhouse Fire

Firefighters battled this townhouse fire this evening just north of Gettysburg. Units arrived to find fire showing with report of people trapped. Neighbors were reported to have pulled the unconscious occupant prior to fire department arrival. The victim was transported to the hospital by AREMS. Crews worked for nearly 30 minutes to bring this fire under control and remained on the scene for over 2 hours working hot spots.  For more photos visit

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Feb 02 2018

3 Alarms in Hanover Borough

A firefighter from Station 79 works from Truck 79-1 at the three alarm fire in Hanover Borough early Friday morning, Just after 01:00 hours, the box was sounded, units arriving three a three story apartment building (six units) with heavy fire across the front and top to bottom of side Alpha. 

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Jan 28 2018

House Fire just North of Gettysburg

Gettysburg FD arrived to find a Working House Fire this afternoon on Boyds School Rd just north of Gettysburg. With a Fire progressing rapidly, firefighters put multiple lines in service to extinguish this stubborn fire in the cock-loft.  A Working Fire Dispatch was sounded to bringing Arendtsville, Biglerville, Barlow, UH&L & AREMS. Firefighters remained on the scene for several hours. For more Photos visit:

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Jan 21 2018

Working Fire in New Oxford Borough

Truck 33 sits in front of 11 West High Street where firefighters battled a working fire in the attic section of the home Sunday afternoon. United Hook & Ladder was assisted by several mutual aid departments from Adams and York Counties.

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Jan 19 2018

Fully Involved in Franklin County

Franklin County firefighters arrived to this well involved structure fire this afternoon on Cherry Avenue. Several units from Adams County assisted. Photo by Curtis “stache” Bryan