Tag: York Springs Fire Dept

Nov 02 2016

House Fire With Burn Victim

14882305_1321489017890608_403551604655635658_oAdams County Box 10-9 was alerted Wednesday evening for the house fire on Carlisle Pike, just north of the village of Hampton. Units arrived to a working fire in an attached garage that was spread into the rancher style home. One adult male was flown from the scene to Baltimore with burns. The fire marshal was investigating. Photo gallery by contributing photographer Curt Werner


Aug 19 2016

Fiery Crash On Route 15


A fiery crash early Friday morning on US Route 15 near Franklintown Pa. in York County claimed the life of the driver of a passenger car that collided with a tractor trailer. Photos by Curt Werner and Sean Dawley


Apr 29 2016

One Upside Down On 15

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The York Springs Fire Department along with mutual aid companies Franklintown Fire Department and various EMS units responded for the vehicle accident reported with rollover and entrapment on US Route 15 south bound lane at mile marker 25.2 near the Mountain Road intersection. Units arrived to a passenger vehicle upsode down on its rood with one occupant still inside, as well as a tractor trailer off the roadway. The occupant was not entrapped, patient care was provided by a passer by fireman from Louden County FD, until the EMS units arrived on scene. Pennsylvania State Police were investigating.

Apr 26 2016

Several Tractor Trailers Crash Near Dillsburg Pa.


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Several tractor-trailer trucks collided Monday afternoon in the north bound lane just short of Dillsburg blocking traffic for several hours. One truck driver was flown from the scene via Life Lion helicopter. This crash happened nearly simultaneous to a fully involved motor home and Jeep fire in the same lane of the highway, just one mile or so ahead of this crash. Traffic was altered for many hours by fire police from several departments. Photos by contributing photographer Curt Werner.

Apr 03 2016

2nd Alarm Fire in 50+ MPH Winds

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Around the midnight hour a York County 65 box was struck for the apartment building on fire on Capitol Hill Road. Units from York , Adams and Cumberland Counties battled this fire in 50 plus MPH winds and very cold temperatures near Franklintown Pa. Photos by contributing photographer Curtis Werner

Jul 26 2014

Horse Barn Burns

_WebHampton Fire Company Engine 10-1 sits in front of a 100×40 well involved barn fire Saturday afternoon. The fire went several alarms for tankers. The fire marshal is investigating. For additional pictures click HERE.