Category Archive: Commercial Building Fires

Jul 15

Working Fire Hanover Borough

A working fire assignment operated this morning before daylight at the IWM International (the old Hanover Wire Cloth) building at 500 West Middle Street in Hanover Borough. A large collection of dust consisting of wire shavings and coating burned on the steel beams throughout the one section of the commercial building.

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Jul 13

Fire At Gettysburg College Campus

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Adams County Box 1 was struck for the commercial building fire on Lincoln Avenue in the Borough of Gettysburg, Pa. Units arrived to a commercial building in the process of being dismantled, and a large debris pile on fire within the structure. Units operated quickly to suppress the fire and keep it from spreading. Photos submitted

Mar 27

Restaurant Burns In New Oxford

Firefighters from two counties battle a two alarm fire Monday morning at the old Keystone Diner along Route 30 just east of Cross Keys. Units arrived to find heavy fire conditions on the C-D corner of the single story, unoccupied restaurant.

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Mar 03

2 Alarm Fire at The Ox

Firemen from Adams and York Counties battled this multiple alarm commercial building  fire today at The Ox, an old, once popular and now closed night club along the York Road in Oxford Township. Firefighters arrived to find light smoke and fire from the roof on the A-D corner, once firefighters began opening up, the fire spread rapidly through the common cockloft.

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Jan 01

Commercial Building Fire Near Cashtown Pa.

Adams County Box 4-1 was struck at 09:004 hours New Years Day for the commercial building fire at U.S. Exotic LTD Production Facility located at 2586 Chambersburg Road in Franklin Township, Adams County Pa. Firefighters arrived to a working fire.

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Jun 19

Rooftop Fire In Littlestown Pa.

untitled (5 of 36)Alpha firefighters work on the roof of Sandusky Metals in Littlestown Pa. Sunday afternoon after a small fire broke out under the solar panels covering the entire roof of the structure. The fire was placed under control in less than fifteen minutes.

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