Tag: Hanover Fire Department

Sep 18 2016

Dehumidifier Causes Hanover Fire

sjr_5369Box 46-05 was struck at 01:07 hours Sunday morning for a structure fire in the 500 block of North Frankin Street in Hanover Borough. With just a few short blocks for Engine 46-1, firefighters arrived on scene within three minutes with nothing showing. The owner, out of the house stating his house is full of smoke, firefighters began to do a 360 when they discover smoke pushing from side B, basement window and door. A working fire assignment was requested. Entry was made by E46 crew, finding heavy smoke throughout. In the basement a dehumidifier had caught fire. Minimal damage to the structure. Crews cleared the smoke, some over haul and took up in about one hour.

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Sep 11 2016

Working Fire In New Oxford Pa.

fleshmanmillrdA working fire in New Oxford at the intersection of Fleshman Mill and Oxford Roads in Oxford Township Sunday morning. United Hook and Ladder firefighters made quick work of the smoky job. The report of persons trapped proved negative.

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Sep 06 2016

Hay Bales Burn In Penn Township

Around 22:30 hours Labor Day, York County Box 49-02 was alerted for a brush fire at the intersection of York Street and Deagan Road. Fire apparatus arrived to close to 500 tightly packed large rolled hay bales burning. Units spent over fourteen hours extinguishing the  fires. Red Cross was on scene for rehab for approximately forty firefighters and EMS personnel. Several mutual aid departments assisted with the firefight. Photo by Bryan Felix

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Sep 02 2016

Driver Attempts Drive Thru at Gettysburg Chinese Buffet

SJR_4187A major crash overnight in Gettysburg Pa. has one pick up truck slamming hard into a building housing Li’s Buffet, which also was the Gettysburg Fire Station for many years. A one hour, twenty five minute extrication was needed to free the driver before he was air lifted from the scene onboard Life Lion.

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Aug 17 2016

Stations 46, 49 and 52 Training

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It is not every day firefighters get the opportunity to train on a commercial building where roofs and floors can be cut as well as breaching walls can be done. The Hanover Fire Department has just that opportunity and they, along with neighboring departments have been taking advantage of this good fortune few  times a week for several weeks now. Tonight, Hanover, Penn Township and Pleasant Hill all participated in the training.

Aug 07 2016

York County ATR Training In Hanover

SJR_3710The York County ATR Team trained this morning in Hanover with the Hanover and Penn Township Fire Departments firefighters. The training was held at the old Faulkner Car Dealership which is slated to be torn down in a few weeks.

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