Category: Auto Accidents

Sep 30 2017

Double Entrapment In New Oxford

A Rescue 33 member works to extricate one of two drivers pinned in their vehicles after crashing nearly head-on Saturday afternoon at the intersection of Oxford Road and Kevin Drive in Oxford Township, New Oxford PA

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Jan 24 2017

Entrapment On York Road

Units were dispatched west of New Oxford on the York Road between Coleman and New Chester Roads for a crash with entrapment. A tractor trailer vs passenger vehicle with entrapment in the PV. The occupant was extricated prior to the rescue companies arrival. Photo by Bryan Felix

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Dec 08 2016

Early Morning Entrapment

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An early morning Adams County crash in Conewago Township brought firefighters and EMS  from S.A.V.E.S. along with ALS from Hanover Hospital to the intersection of Black Lane and Oxford Road for a two vehicle crash with one entrapped. One occupant was extricated from the black car by Rescue 29 and transported to area hospital for further care. Chief 29 had command. Photos by Bryan Felix

Nov 25 2016

Car Snaps Utility Pole On York Road

aUnited Hook and Ladder firefighters responded to a reported auto accident with entrapment on Friday afternoon at the entrance to the Bridges Golf Course on the York Road. EMS arrived to find one occupant still on the car, not entrapped.

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Nov 25 2016

Tanker Truck Burns On Interstate 81

A petroleum tanker truck crashed and burned Thanksgiving Day on Interstate 81 near Chambersburg Pa. Firefighters arrived to find a fully involved tanker spreading into the woods. Unknown status of the driver as of this morning. Photo by 911 Photography contributing photographer Shane Shifflet 

Nov 17 2016

The 24 Hour Fire

dsc_1366A propane truck rolled over, slitting open and caught fire early Wednesday morning in Jackson Township, York County along Lake Road. Firefighters arrived to find a truck over the guard rail on fire with the driver in the cab. A fire police officer assisted the driver to safety. Fire Departments from at least two counties were and are still on scene for 24 hours while the fire “burns itself out”. York County Haz Mat was also on scene. Photo gallery by Bryan Felix

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