Category: House Fires

Jan 01 2018

New Years Day House Fire

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Firefighters from Maryland and Pennsylvania battled a well involved house fire New Years Day in close to zero temperatures on Three Ponds Lane in Manheim Pa. The original  dispatch was  for a house fire with entrapment, which proved negative. They arrived to heavy fire. The home was a total loss.

Photos by 911 Photography’s Derrick Potts

Dec 05 2017

Fire In The Floor in Franklin County

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Franklin County truck 42 from Station on scene of the reported house on fire. Crews are in process of opening up where they’re finding fire running the floor area under the fireplace.

Photo by 911 Photography’s Curtis “stache” Bryan

Oct 04 2017

Fully Involved Gettysburg House

Firefighters battled a fully involved house fire in the Barlow area of Adams County just after midnight Wednesday morning. Firefighters from two states and three counties battled the fire. 

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Oct 02 2017

Row House Fire In Gettysburg

The Gettysburg Fire Department along with mutual aid companies battled a middle of the row-house fire overnight, with heavy fire in the #22 unit on Sunnie Way in Cumberland Township. 

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Aug 25 2017

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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Jul 31 2017

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