Tag: Barn Fires

Feb 07 2016

Waynesboro Wood Shed Fire 

 
Firefighters rest after a quick battle of a wood shed fire witch was impeding on a barn on Nunnery Road in Quincy Township in Franklin County Pa. today. Firefighters held it to the shed with no extension. Firefighters operated on scene for about one hour. Photo by Shane Shifflet

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Jan 03 2016

2 Alarm Barn Fire

barn.10Firefighters from several counties battled a two alarm barn fire Saturday evening near Wellsville Pennsylvania. Several York and Adams County companies were on scene for several hours.

Photo gallery by 911 Photography contributing photographer Curtis Werner

Aug 16 2015

Franklin County Barn Fire 


Franklin County Pennsylvania Marion Fire Departments Engine Tanker 8 operates at a barn fire where a first alarm asignment plus two tanker task forces have been dispatched. The controversial welded shut hydrants have come into play on this fire. Photo by Brian Denham

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May 31 2015

Burning Golf Cart Ignites Gettysburg Barn

BigginsCumberland Township Police Sergeant Biggins uses a garden hose to put a knock on a fire that had extended from a burning golf cart to the barn. The homeowner used a pickup truck to pull the burning cart from the barn prior to the Gettysburg Fire Departments arrival. Photo Gallery Link is HERE

Mar 23 2015

Conewago Township Barn FIre

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S.A.V.E.S. firefighters arrived to a fully involved barn fire Monday morning on Oxford Avenue. Photo Gallery by Bryan Felix here.

Feb 26 2015

Another Franklin County Barn Fire

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Franklin County Box 44-03 was alerted at 23:46 hours across from 3448 Letterkenny Road for a working barn fire, with several calls received and fire visible from the 911 Center the Working Fire Dispatch was added on the initial. Crews arrived to a 100’ x 100’ barn fully involved, put lines in service protecting an adjoining exposure with cattle in it and extinguishing small spot fires in the wood area around the barn. Two dump tanks were set up at the end of the lane and a water supply was established at a hydrant in front of Co. 13 (Letterkenny FD), once water supply was established the Ladder Pipe was put into service for overhaul. Crews operated on scene for several hours with the last unit clearing at 05:43 hrs.