Lebanon EMA struck the bells for a reported structure fire in the 2-01 box and sent Tower 1 to South Londonderry Township. Tower 1 assumed first due truck responsibilities and found the fire was out on arrival at the hands of the homeowner. Crews helped ventilate the structure and assisted Company 2 reload hose on Engine 2. ... See moreSee less
Citizens Fire Company #1 was recently advised by a member of our community about a positive impact one of our members had on them recently while on a station tour. The community member had nothing but positive comments about Zach and his interactions with the family during the tour. We would like to commend Zach on his behavior, positive actions, and professionalism that he displayed. As a small token of our appreciation we awared Zach with a $20.00 Sheetz card. Keep up the good work Zach and we would also like to thank the other members that perform these acts on a daily basis. ... See moreSee less
Thank you to all Pallmyra Fire volunteers for your service to our community. Zack, great community outreach in your hospitality to the visitors, and presenting your volunteer family and department with such goodwill.
This afternoon Co #1 along with mutual aid units were dispatched to the 1-07 in the township for a reported basement fire. DO-1(Braden) went enroute with addition information from LEMA reporting smoke in the basement with audible alarms in the back ground. Wagon 1 (Capt Spencer) arrived beginning to lay in when the duty officer marked control holding to Co# 1. T-1(FF Berkhimer) arrived assisted the Wagon with investigations and ventilating the basement from a light smoke condition . Problem was found to be an shorted out extension cord that melted the carpet. All units cleared the scene in about 1/2 hr. ... See moreSee less
Hap has been a dedicated volunteer for 52 years and has filled many roles including Fire Chief and Chief Dish Washer (as noted in the picture). If you see Hap be sure to wish him a very happy birthday!
Members from all three departments gathered to perform live burn evolutions at Lebanon County Fire School. A very productive day drilling on 1st due Engine and Truck company work.
Congrats to Lt Menear, FF Murphree as they completed and were awarded the Red front Truck certification. The burn today being their final test after many months of training on the Tower Ladder and Truck functions.
Congratulations to Probationary Firefighters Mickalonis and Hays who have come to us with prior experience, have now earned their Black Engine Company fronts. As they have put the time in to learn our procedures and also took a beating at the burn today.
Thanks to the Lebanon County Burn Techs for their time and efforts! ... See moreSee less
Tower 1 was alerted to Annville Twp Annville-Cleona Fire District for a Dwelling fire. Chief 58 arrived to find smoke showing and a fire on the first floor of a garage with an occupied apartment above.
The 3 members of Tower 1’s outside team laddered the building, opened up while the 3 inside team members searched the apartment above the fire with no occupants found. Fire extension was handled as well as holes in the floor. ... See moreSee less