Category Archive: 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

Aug 25

Early Morning House Fire in Gettysburg

A early morning Box Alarm was put out in Gettysburg Borough for a House Fire at Ridge Ave and Red Patch Ave. Gettysburg Police arrived first reporting a working House Fire. Gettysburg’s Engine 1-2 (1st Engine) and Arendtsville’s Tower 5 (1st Truck) crews put a good knock on the fire. This stubborn fire was worked for nearly 2 hours as hot spots continued to flare up. The fire is under investigation by the PSP Fire Marshall. Departments on the scene were Gettysburg FD, Arendtsville FC, Barlow FC, UH&L, Fairfield FC, Biglerville FC, Bendersville FC, and Penn Twp Fire/Rescue, and AREMS. To view additional photos visit the Gallery.

 

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Aug 16

Fully Involved Shed In Oxford Township

A fireman attacks a fully involved shed fire on Casey Drive in Oxford Township, New Oxford Pa. Wednesday evening. Units arrived to the shed fully involved. Less than 25 minutes for the fire to be extinguished.

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Jul 31

Small Fire In Hanover Borough

Truck 46 of the Hanover Fire Department sits in front of a two story, single family dwelling where firefighters from York County Stations 46 & 49 responded for smoke in the attic. Chief 79 (Clousher) arrived to find the odor of smoke and wood burning from the exterior of the home. A small electrical fire was found to be the origin of the odors. Photo Submitted

Jul 18

Garage Fire In Menellen Township

Firefighters from two counties battled a single  garage fire today in Menellen Township, Adams County.

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Jul 17

Structure Fire York City

York City Fire firefighters battled a small structure fire this afternoon after clearing multiple storm related calls from a slow moving thunderstorm that hit the area. City units arrived to find fire in a 1.5 story single family dwelling.  Photos by contributing photographer Greg Halpin

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