Tag: Greenmount Fire Dept

Jan 17 2017

House Fire In Bonneauville

Most of the Adams County fire departments operated at a working house fire over night on Wheatland Drive in Mt Pleasant Twp. Photo by Bryan Felix


Jan 09 2017

Fire in the Attic on arrival

A Lunchtime Box Alarm was sounded on Jan 9th 2017 for a House Fire on March Creek Road just south of Gettysburg. Firefighters arrived to find this 1.5 story dwelling with Smoke showing from the roof. Firefighters made quick work of extinguishing the fire. Departments on the scene are listed in the tags below.


Dec 01 2015

Chimney Fire With Extension

Monday evening 11/30/15 around 21:30 hours, Adams County Box 22-1 was alerted for a chimney fire at 310 Barlow-Greenmount Road in Cumberland Township, Gettysburg Pa. A line officer went on scene and requested a working fire assignment for a single family, two story brick house. Barlow FD was assisted by several mutual aide departments. Photo submitted by FF Tom Carr

Jun 12 2015

Fully Involved Barn Fire on Arrival


Several Fire Departments from Adams, Carroll, & Frederick Counties battle this barn fire on King Road in Mount Joy Township just south of Gettysburg Pa. Deputy Chief 22 (Hubbard) arrived with a 75′ x 250′ barn with fire throughout the building. A Working Fire Dispatch and Tanker Task Force was dispatched to assist. In the height of firefighting operations, a heavy thunderstorm came through the area hampering the efforts of the crews. For additional photos visit the 911 Photography Gallery.

May 25 2015

Memorial Day House Fire


Frederick County Truck 6 operates at the working house fire on Memorial Day in Carroll Valley Borough, Adams County Pennsylvania. Units arrived to a working fire in a single family dwelling. Photo Gallery by Chris Eiker

Apr 26 2014

Fairfield 2nd Alarm House Fire


Fairfield Pennsylvania volunteer firefighters along with several mutual aid companies from Pennsylvania and Maryland battled an early Saturday morning house fire. Units arrived to heavy fire showing from multiple windows on the second floor, a working fire was called with a 2nd alarm shortly thereafter. To view Chris Eiker’s photos click on the gallery.