Tag: Penn Township Emergency Services

Jan 11 2018

LZ For Industrial Accident Victim

Life Net 8-1 helicopter crew prepares to transport one patient involved in an industrial accident at Wege Pretzel. Firefighters had an extensive extrication to free a person from a mixing machine at the pretzel producer in Hanover.

Jan 01 2018

New Years Day House Fire

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Firefighters from Maryland and Pennsylvania battled a well involved house fire New Years Day in close to zero temperatures on Three Ponds Lane in Manheim Pa. The original  dispatch was  for a house fire with entrapment, which proved negative. They arrived to heavy fire. The home was a total loss.

Photos by 911 Photography’s Derrick Potts

Oct 03 2017

Hanover Borough 2nd Alarm Fire

A report of smoke in the area turned out to be a working garage fire on East Chestnut Street in Hanover Borough Tuesday evening. Firefighters battled the 2nd alarm fire in heavy smoke conditions.

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Aug 27 2017

Manheim Barn Fire

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A well involved barn fire was fought by several departments from two states ( Pennsylvania and Maryland) Friday night. The barn was approximately 30×50′ in size. Photos by Derrick Potts and Joe Carter

Aug 25 2017

Early Morning House Fire in Gettysburg

A early morning Box Alarm was put out in Gettysburg Borough for a House Fire at Ridge Ave and Red Patch Ave. Gettysburg Police arrived first reporting a working House Fire. Gettysburg’s Engine 1-2 (1st Engine) and Arendtsville’s Tower 5 (1st Truck) crews put a good knock on the fire. This stubborn fire was worked for nearly 2 hours as hot spots continued to flare up. The fire is under investigation by the PSP Fire Marshall. Departments on the scene were Gettysburg FD, Arendtsville FC, Barlow FC, UH&L, Fairfield FC, Biglerville FC, Bendersville FC, and Penn Twp Fire/Rescue, and AREMS. To view additional photos visit the Gallery.

 

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Jul 31 2017

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