At 2242hrs last night the Palmyra Volunteers received a call into the station that the caller’s home was struck by lightning and there was an odor of smoke inside. Deputy 1 went in route and requested that county communications dispatch a structure fire assignment for the 1-05 box. Wagon 1 w/3, Tower 1 w/3, Rescue Engine 1-1 w/6, and Utility 1 w/2 responded as well as surrounding mutual aid companies. Crews arrived to discover significant damage to the chimney and roof of the home, however there was no fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday around 3:00pm the Palmyra Volunteers responded to a working house fire in Hershey’s first due. Crews operated on scene for over 3 hours performing fire attack and overhaul.
Photo Credit: Hershey Volunteer Fire Company ... See MoreSee Less
That My Palmyra Crew -- I am so proud of them all !!! You are the best around !
Thank you to the anonymous person who ￼donated thin mints! ... See MoreSee Less
1st due "run-in" drills. Monday evening, PFD was out and about at pre-selected properties to conduct training. Objectives included apparatus placement, attack hose line length selection, and aerial reach. Thanks to Annville-Cleona Fire District for joining us. ... See MoreSee Less
My Heroes !
Palmyra crews were sent out today for a reported brush fire in the Township. Upon arrival crews found a fast moving fire being driven by the wind. Additional units from Bellegrove, Campbelltown, and Grantville were sent to assist. This was one of three incidents for the volunteers today. ... See MoreSee Less
Alot of brush fires this weekend. Thanks guys for keeping them at bay and no other harm happened
Thank you for all you do!!