1 week ago

Palmyra Fire

A Wagon and Truck crew were out and about today teaching Fire Prevention. Look for crews to be out for the next few weeks teaching and interacting with the public. ... See moreSee less

A Wagon and Truck crew were out and about today teaching Fire Prevention. Look for crews to be out for the next few weeks teaching and interacting with the public.

1 week ago

Palmyra Fire

Attention Contractors, Home Remodelers and wood workers. We are in need of scrap 2 X 4,6 or larger lumber to use with our force entry simulator. This is a training prop that we own for forcible entry training. If you have any scrap lumber meeting the dimentions of 2x4, 2x6, 2x8 or larger and at least 12 inches long, we would love to have it. Please contact the officers at 717-838-1421 option 1 or you may just drop it at the firehouse. ... See moreSee less

Attention Contractors, Home Remodelers and wood workers.   We are in need of scrap 2 X 4,6 or larger lumber to use with our force entry simulator.  This is a training prop that we own for forcible entry training.  If you have any scrap lumber meeting the dimentions of 2x4, 2x6, 2x8 or larger and at least 12 inches long, we would love to have it.  Please contact the officers at 717-838-1421 option 1 or you may just drop it at the firehouse.

 

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I’ll be in touch, I have 2 2x10 pieces y’all can have.

Mark T. Miller yr dad have any not good wood that would help them out tax right off just thinking out loud thanks

Contact the home depo in your area

Fred Stafford

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1 week ago

Palmyra Fire

Friday night the Palmyra Volunteers were dispatched for a mass transportation accident involving a school bus and SUV. Units arrived to find said vehicles collided resulting in the SUV to flip with a patient still inside however not entrapped. Crews checked on any injuries, secured the vehicle, assisted the staff in the bus with relocating bags to another vehicle, and cleaned up debris before returning available. No known major injuries reported. The hole in the asphalt is where the vehicle had landed and dug into the roadway. ... See moreSee less

Friday night the Palmyra Volunteers were dispatched for a mass transportation accident involving a school bus and SUV. Units arrived to find said vehicles collided resulting in the SUV to flip with a patient still inside however not entrapped. Crews checked on any injuries, secured the vehicle, assisted the staff in the bus with relocating bags to another vehicle, and cleaned up debris before returning available. No known major injuries reported. The hole in the asphalt is where the vehicle had landed and dug into the roadway.

 

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Thank you again for all you do. God bless you and those you serve. Take good care of your selves. An ER nurse said to me." Remember, we get the patients relatively cleaned up. It is the first responders who see the worst of the circumstances" Stay safe and healthy.

What is the pic of the hole in the road?? Does this have anything to do with the accident ??

Jeff Bainbridge

Madi Strain

1 week ago

Palmyra Fire

Thank you once again, Classic Drycleaners and Laundromats for your continued support of water and snacks! ... See moreSee less

Thank you once again, Classic Drycleaners and Laundromats for your continued support of water and snacks!

 

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You are always welcome!!! Thank you for all your do! Classic loves you!

Do you have a duty Program

2 weeks ago

Palmyra Fire

With running 37 calls for the month of September, Palmyra Fire trained for over 244 hours.

Top 5 Call Runners For September:
Tom Wood: 22 Incidents
Gunther Gillespie: 18 Incidents
LT. Shane Robb: 17 Incidents
Harold Brightbill: 16 Incidents
Dep. Chief Travis Duncan: 16 Incidents
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With running 37 calls for the month of September, Palmyra Fire trained for over 244 hours.

Top 5 Call Runners For September:
Tom Wood: 22 Incidents
Gunther Gillespie: 18 Incidents
LT. Shane Robb: 17 Incidents
Harold Brightbill: 16 Incidents
Dep. Chief Travis Duncan: 16 Incidents
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