A firefighter from Station 79 works from Truck 79-1 at the three alarm fire in Hanover Borough early Friday morning, Just after 01:00 hours, the box was sounded, units arriving three a three story apartment building (six units) with heavy fire across the front and top to bottom of side Alpha.
Tag: Littlestown Fire Dept
Feb 02 2018
Dec 27 2017
Alpha Fire Company’s original (and still operational) bell from 1887 was removed from the roof of the fire station today with assistance from Brian’s Crane Service. Alpha was able to find the original bell manufacturer which is located just outside of Baltimore, Md. The bell will travel to McShane Bell Foundry to undergo a full restoration process to be completed in time to be placed in the bell tower of the new fire station. Once in place, it will be a prominent feature of the new facility for all to see as they pass by on East King Street. Photos submitted
Nov 18 2016
Firefighters from Adams and Carrol County Maryland battled this working fire Friday evening on the Baltimore Pike outside Littlestown in Mt Joy Township on Route 97. Firemen arrived to a well involved structure. Firefighters made an interior attack but retreated and went to exterior operations. PSP fire marshal was requested to the scene.
Jun 19 2016
Alpha firefighters work on the roof of Sandusky Metals in Littlestown Pa. Sunday afternoon after a small fire broke out under the solar panels covering the entire roof of the structure. The fire was placed under control in less than fifteen minutes.
Mar 04 2016
Friday morning at 11:06 hrs, Adam County Company 20, the Alpha Fire Department from Littlestown Pa was dispatched to 372 Lexington Way for an inside investigation of a gas leak, meeting with Columbia Gas Company. Engine 202 arrived with normal conditions, after verifying no one home, forced entry into the house. Four firefighters were working in the basement when an explosion occurred, injuring all four members. Command 20 requested a box alarm assignment as well as three Advances Life Support units and BLS units, along with medivacs. Two firefighters were flown to the Bayview Burn Center in Baltimore Maryland for treatment of their injuries.