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Rollover, 100 yards from the firehouse
Monday, March 16, 2015 07:56
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Rescue/Engine 55-1 was dispatched for a crash in the 53 (Conestoga) first due, on Conestoga Blvd. Upon response, the crew discovered an overturned SUV on Marticville Rd., just south of the firehouse. Driver had self extricated. Fire Police controlled morning rush hour traffic while the rescue engine crew controlled hazards. Units were clear in about one hour.

 
   
   
Long Night on Main Street
Monday, February 16, 2015 17:19
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Engine 2 and the tanker were dispatched on the first alarm assignment, assisting 53 (Conestoga) on the reported building fire on Main Street. First arriving units from 53 reported a working fire, and smoke was visible from the New Danville area. Engine 2 crew, along with crew from Squad 55 (which ran extra), were assigned various fireground tasks, including staging officer and operations sector. Tanker supplied several loads of water. The involved building was an old barn, which had been converted into a business on the first floor, and an apartment on the upper level. The numerous renovations that had taken place over the years created numerous void spaces, allowing fire to travel quickly throughout the structure. This fire was a very labor intensive operation, with numerous crews working to open up and extinguish fire. The 55 units returned to station around 2300.

 
   
   
Conestoga Twp House Fire
Friday, February 13, 2015 21:47
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Engine 55-2 and the tanker responded on the dwelling assignment on Fawn Ct., assisting Company 53 (Conestoga). First arriving units found a working fire on the C side of a large single family dwelling, with extension into the attic area. Tanker 55 supplied Engine 53-1, and Engine 55-2 assisted with water supply and overhaul tasks.

 
   
   
Saturday Crash on 741
Saturday, January 24, 2015 15:08
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Rescue/ Engine 55-1 was dispatched on the vehicle accident at Rt. 741 / Millwood Rd, assisting Company 60 (West Willow). Rescue 50 (Willow Street) was also on the initial dispatch. First arriving responders found an SUV into a brick wall, with three patients in the vehicle. RE 55-1 was advised to assist with extrication. All patients were extricated and in the care of EMS in about 20 minutes.

 
   
   
Tanker assist to Conestoga
   
Sunday, January 18, 2015 15:41
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Tanker was requested on the reported gas leak on Dogwood Drive in Conestoga Township, assisting Company 53.

 
Assist 60 on gas leak
   
Monday, January 12, 2015 15:17
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Engine 55-2 assisted company 60 (West Willow) on a gas leak on Wyndmere Way in Pequea Township. Company 50 (Willow Street) and Company 59 (Refton) also assisted. Units arrived to find a leak on a gas connection to a residence. Problem was quickly handled with units going available shortly.

 
Manor Twp Barn Fire
Friday, January 9, 2015 15:34
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Tanker 55 was requested to assist Company 90 (Blue Rock Fire) on a barn fire on Indian Run Rd. Volunteers responding to the firehouse could see a large column of dark smoke to the west. Engine 55-2 was requested to respond several minutes later. Tanker shuttled eight loads of water to the scene, while the engine crew was sent to manpower staging. The engine crew was released within a short time, after it was determined that the majority of the extinguishment would take place by use of master streams from aerial devices. Tanker was on scene until around 2200.

 
What's This?
   
Thursday, January 1, 2015
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A red Tahoe in the building? Check back later for updates.

 
Smoke in the structure
Saturday, May 24, 2014 12:50
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Engine 55-2 and Engine 905 (Blue Rock- Millersville station) were detailed to a large campground for an odor investigation. Facility staff on scene reporting an odor of a possible electrical fire in a small mobile home. Units arrived and used thermal imagers to locate hot wiring within a wall. With no immediate danger being obvious, we allowed maintenance staff to disassemble the paneling, rather than tear into it ourselves and cause further damage. Upon opening up the walls, it was found that some wiring had melted and was starting to burn. After finding no immediate hazards, the structure was turned back over to staff for further repairs. Luckily this situation was detected early. Had staff not secured power to the unit when they did, this could have resulted in a working fire in a short time.

 
   
   
Tanker covers west side
   
Monday, April 21, 2014 17:05
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Tanker 55 was alerted to stand by in Station 7 (Mountville) while units from multiple companies were out extinguishing multiple brush fires in that area. Tanker stood by for several hours, and was not sent on any runs.

 
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