Category: Multiple Alarm Fires

Jul 01 2017

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.

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Jun 25 2017

Multiple Alarm Fire In York Pa.

York City firefighters and several mutual aid companies battled a multiple alarm fire Sunday afternoon in a row house in the city’s west end on West Popular Street.

Photo gallery by contributing photographer Retired York City Deputy Fire Chief Greg Halpin

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Mar 03 2017

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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Dec 13 2016

3rd Alarm Fire In Wayenesboro Pa. 

Waynesboro FD and other Franklin County mutual aid companies currently operating at a 3rd alarm fire on Ringold Street with multiple structures involved. Adams County companies transferring to Franklin County stations. Photo by contributing photographer Shane Shifflet

Nov 27 2016

May Day Called at Hanover 2nd Alarm Fire

fire1Hanover and Penn Township firefighters stretch lines after arriving to 651 Broadway in Hanover Borough to a working fire in an abandoned house, The crew of Truck 46 made entry and immediately a fireman fell through a floor causing the May Day to be called. The uninjured fireman was quickly located in the basement and was assisted out of the structure. Crews from York and Adams County battled the fire. The fire was placed under control in approximately 45 minutes. Photo  submitted

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Nov 18 2016

Well Involved Fire In Littlestown Pa.

sjr_7167Firefighters from Adams and Carrol County Maryland battled this working fire Friday evening on the Baltimore Pike outside Littlestown in Mt Joy Township on Route 97. Firemen arrived to a well involved structure. Firefighters made an interior attack but retreated and went to exterior operations. PSP fire marshal was requested to the scene.

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