This weeks photo of the week was captured by photographer Woody Woodward as the York Fire Departments truck 99-1 operated at a four alarm fire on Wallace Street in the city of York Pa on April 26, 2011.
Eastern Adams Regional Police officers Mulder (left) and Kitzmiller make a rescue of unresponsive man in a burning New Oxford home early Saturday morning. The United Hook And Ladder Fire Dept. along with the EARPS were notified of the house fire. The two officers arrived to fire showing from the roof of the single family home with a report of a man inside possibly in the basement sleeping. Both officers made entry to the home, finding smoke throughout the home as well as heavy fire conditions in the ceiling of the kitchen area. Searching, finding the steps to the basement, officer Mulder located the unresponsive man, (either sleeping or passed out). Officer Mulder awakened the man and led him to safety outside prior to the fire departments arrival. Photo Gallery Here
A fast spreading kitchen fire in a New Oxford home in the early minutes of Saturday morning brought the United Hook and Ladder Fire Department to battle. The two Eastern Adams Regional Police officers working the night shift arrived to reports of a man still inside the basement, possibly asleep. The two officers made entry, made a search r found the man either sleeping or passed out in the basement as reported. The fire department along with neigboring departments battled the fire for about 45 minutes. Photo Gallery of this fire is HERE.
Gettysburg firefighters get the line into the home on John’s Avenue in the borough of Gettysburg Wednesday afternoon. Originally reported as a kitchen fire, the fire went to the working fire assignment. Chief Shank had command. Click here for Chris Eiker’s photo gallery.
Sunday morning crash on the Lincoln highway (US Route 30) in York County outside Abbottstown Pa. United Hook & Ladder and East Berlin Fire Departments handled the two vehicle crash with confinement and a few injured occupants. Additional photos HERE.