Weekly drill started off with a Post Incident Review of a first due fire. This is where members discuss tactics and methods that went well and those that need improvement. Many times informal reviews occur at the kitchen table, all are important.
The second half covered a small rope review session regarding inventory and securing a patient into the stokes basket. ... See moreSee less
The Palmyra Fire family would like to welcome a new member! It’s our pleasure to introduce Carter James Morris. Born this morning at 07:19, weighing 6 pounds 11 ounces, and 20 1/2 inches. Congratulations to Firefighter Chuck Morris and family. ... See moreSee less
Palmyra Fire shared Middletown Volunteer Fire Department's post.
5 days ago
The Rescue Engine is currently operating on the scene of this 2nd alarm fire in Company 88’s first due.**** Happening Now**** Working Structure Fire 100 Blk Lawrence Street Command has smoke/fire showing from the bravo side. Engine has a line pulled. ... See moreSee less
Company 1 was alerted for a vehicle fire in the 1-03 box this evening. Duty 1 (Captain Spencer) arrived to find a engine compartment fire. E1-1 (Sgt. McCullough) deployed a handline and extinguished the fire expeditiously. There were no reported injuries and crews departed the scene shortly following extinguishment. Photo credit to Gunther Gillespie. ... See moreSee less
In the evening of New Years Day the Palmyra Volunteers and mutual aid companies were dispatched for a reported fire in a basement in the Borough. The Chief arrived with nothing evident as the Wagon and Tower companies arrived performing first due duties pulling a line and laddering the building. The Wagon crew discovered a moderate smoke condition in the basement with a fire in the ceiling and wall running up to the first floor. Crews extinguished any fire and continued to check for extension. Once assured of no additional extension the box was placed back in service. ... See moreSee less