Tag Archive: Hanover Fire Department

Aug 16

Fully Involved Shed In Oxford Township

A fireman attacks a fully involved shed fire on Casey Drive in Oxford Township, New Oxford Pa. Wednesday evening. Units arrived to the shed fully involved. Less than 25 minutes for the fire to be extinguished.

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Jul 31

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

Jul 15

Working Fire Hanover Borough

A working fire assignment operated this morning before daylight at the IWM International (the old Hanover Wire Cloth) building at 500 West Middle Street in Hanover Borough. A large collection of dust consisting of wire shavings and coating burned on the steel beams throughout the one section of the commercial building.

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Jul 01

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 06

Barn Fire on High Rock

The crew of mini pumper 33 deploys their deck gun on a small barn fire this afternoon in the three hundred block of High Rock Road in Berwick Township, Adams County. Units arrived to a fully involved bank barn approximately 30×50 in size. A water supply was established on scene with portable ponds while water was brought in from a hydrant on Broadway in Penn township.

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Mar 27

Restaurant Burns In New Oxford

Firefighters from two counties battle a two alarm fire Monday morning at the old Keystone Diner along Route 30 just east of Cross Keys. Units arrived to find heavy fire conditions on the C-D corner of the single story, unoccupied restaurant.

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