Tag: Penn Township Emergency Services

Feb 06 2017

Fire On Arrival In Hanover

A fire erupted overnight in Hanover Borough on McKinley Avenue. Firefighters on board Engine 49-2 arrived to find fire showing from top floor, sides A and D of a multiple unit apartment building. One occupant self evacuated from the fire apartment prior to FD arrival. Fire contained to the unit. 

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

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Nov 27 2016

May Day Called at Hanover 2nd Alarm Fire

fire1Hanover and Penn Township firefighters stretch lines after arriving to 651 Broadway in Hanover Borough to a working fire in an abandoned house, The crew of Truck 46 made entry and immediately a fireman fell through a floor causing the May Day to be called. The uninjured fireman was quickly located in the basement and was assisted out of the structure. Crews from York and Adams County battled the fire. The fire was placed under control in approximately 45 minutes. Photo  submitted

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Sep 23 2016

Minor Crash in Hanover

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Hanover and Penn Twp. Fire & EMS along with Hanover Borough Police responded to the intersection of Wilson Avenue and Industrial Drive for a car reported off a bridge. On arrival a SUV was in the grass after going down a small embankment, wiping out a street sign.

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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