Category Archive: Barn Fires

Aug 27

Manheim Barn Fire

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A well involved barn fire was fought by several departments from two states ( Pennsylvania and Maryland) Friday night. The barn was approximately 30×50′ in size. Photos by Derrick Potts and Joe Carter

Jul 01

Chicken House Fire Kills 100k Birds

Firefighters from at least three counties battled a large chicken house fire early Saturday morning on Oxford Road  in Tyrone Township, Adams County. It has been reported over 100,000 live chickens perished in the fire that started just before 6:00AM. Firefighters battled the fire in very humid and high temperature conditions, two injuries were reported to firefighters.

PHOTO GALLERY

Jun 06

Barn Fire on High Rock

The crew of mini pumper 33 deploys their deck gun on a small barn fire this afternoon in the three hundred block of High Rock Road in Berwick Township, Adams County. Units arrived to a fully involved bank barn approximately 30×50 in size. A water supply was established on scene with portable ponds while water was brought in from a hydrant on Broadway in Penn township.

PHOTO GALLERY

May 12

Donkey Perishes In Barn Fire

Fire fighters from several Adams County departments battled a small barn fire Friday evening on the Carlisle Pike in Huntington Township. One pet donkey named “Donkey” perished in the fire according to the owner on scene. Investigation into the cause is continuing.

PHOTO GALLERY

Jan 26

Small Barn Fire In New Oxford

A firefighter from New Oxford directs a hand line at a small fire in a barn type building Thursday afternoon on Berlin Road in Hamilton Township, New Oxford. The fire was contained within twenty minutes with minimal damage considering how windy the conditions were at the time of the fire.

PHOTO GALLERY

Dec 07

Building Fire In Marion PA.

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Franklin County firefighters from several departments responded for the skid loader on fire. Prior to arrival, communications advised additional calls indicated the shed was now on fire. E-45 arrived to fully involved large out building. Crews worked for about three hours with overhaul before going in service.

Photos by contributing photographer Shane Shifflet

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