Today members as well as several South Central PA truck companies finished up a two day long Aerial Operations course hosted by Colonial Park Fire Co. #1. This afternoon involved completing several scenario based set-ups and overall the course provided several key learning points. Thank you to Company 33 for hosting and for the hospitality! ... See MoreSee Less
The department would like to congratulate (from left to right): FF Gunther Gillespie, Live In FF Cody Harding, Live In FF Sam Day, (not pictured): FF Kirk Evans, and FF Louis Rossi on earning their Truck Company Qualifications effective tonight.
With that, we would like to also congratulate (far right) Live In FF Matthew Reardon on earning his Engine Company Qualification.
These frontices are earned through dozens if not hundreds of hours of training that specializes in their level of qualification, comprising of both state level certification courses and company level training over the last year. It takes hard work, consistency, and the strive for bettering oneself to further assist the department to complete their associated packets. Congratulations to all! ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats everybody, thank you for all you do for our community
Way to go guys! Thanks for your hard work!
Congratulations guys. Nice work!
Thanks for your service group!
Thank you for your service!
Congratulations to you all.
The Rescue Engine w/6 handled this accident in the 1-02 box this morning. Luckily all involved did not sustain any serious injuries. ... See MoreSee Less
Hello Palmyra Fire. This is Drew Weidman with The Sun. Would we be able to use this image in the paper? We'll credit Palmyra Fire, of course.
Thank you to Belfor Property Restoration for dropping this off yesterday along with lunch for the crews staffing during the day! ... See MoreSee Less
Many thanks to the brave men & women from Palmyra Fire who are dedicated to protecting our communities! It was an honor to show our appreciation for all that you do! #ThankYouHeroes #NationalFirstResponderDay
10/20/2021 UPDATE: Nobody has claimed the phone yet. It has been given to Palmyra Borough Police Department.
We would like to thank everyone that came by to see us tonight! With that, we discovered a cellphone that was dropped in the area of our station. It is an LG cellphone with Cricket service. If you believe this is yours or someone you know’s device, please call us at 717-838-1421 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will need you to describe the background and case on the phone in order to retrieve it. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less