Tag: Cashtown FIre Dept

Dec 09 2015

Pin Job In The Valley

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Adams County Company 27, Buchannon Valley handled a crash with entrapment early Wednesday morning in the 6800 block of the Chambersburg Road (US Route 30).  Photos by Curtis Bryan

Jul 26 2015

Gettysburg Structural Burn Class

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The Gettysburg Fire Department hosted a 16 hour structural burn class over the past week and today, held a “live burn” on a house donated by a local church along Table Rock Road in Gettysburg Pa. At the end of the class, the house was lit on fire one last time to burn it to the ground. While on fire, a group photo was captured to remember the educational and fun day of training.  

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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

Apr 24 2015

Gettysburg Mobile Home Fire

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Adams County Box 1-4 was struck at 14:27 hours Friday afternoon for the mobile home fire at 10 Pettigrew Street in Cumberland Township.Cumberland Twp Police Chief Boehs arrived shortly after dispatch, reporting a working fire. FD units arrived finding a room off with extension. Cashtown Engine 4-1 pulled 1 ¾” line and extinguished fire while Gettysburg FD conducted searches and overhaul. Initial by-standers reports of someone trapped proved negative. Photo Gallery Here

Apr 04 2015

Serious Crash On Chambersburg Road

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Cashtown and Gettysburg Fire Departments responded to and extricated a confined occupant oft his car Saturday afternoon near Cashtown Pa. Photo Gallery here

Mar 24 2015

Biglerville Mobile Home Fire

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In the early hours of Tuesday 3/24/15, Adams County Box 6-5 was struck for the house fire at 460 Arendtsville Road. Adams County Communications advised while units were en route they were receiving multiple calls of a fully involved mobile home. Photo Gallery By Curtis Bryan Here