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Welcome to New Danville Fire Company
Friday, October 2, 2015 
If you live in our first due area, you should have received our 2015 Fund Drive flyer in the mail earlier this week. Please consider financially supporting NDFC. We remain a 100% VOLUNTEER organization, and we rely on the support of the community so that we may continue to serve.

Woods fire along the enola low grade trail
Wednesday, September 9, 2015 11:59
Tanker was dispatched to assist 90 (Blue Rock) on a woods fire along the popular Enola Low Grade rail trail in Manor Township, just north of the Safe Harbor dam. A squad was later requested for manpower. Tanker 55 dropped two loads of water, while the squad crew assisted crews working the upper side of the fire, which was on a steep hillside.

late night car fire on 741
Saturday, September 5, 2015 00:56
Volunteers handled a well involved car fire on Rt. 741, just west of the village of New Danville. Company 55 Fire Police and SRPD handled traffic control while the engine crew extinguished the fire and took up.

Your help is needed!
Monday, August 31, 2015 
If you live in the New Danville area, consider joining NDFC as a firefighter, fire police, or support member. We have plenty for everyone to do. Training and equipment is provided, we just ask for your time and dedication. You can find us at the firehouse every Monday evening, except for major holidays. Stop in, meet the crew, and find out what you can do to help your community. If Monday nights don't work for you, stop by anytime you see us around, or feel free to message us through our Facebook page (link attached below). Check out the attached link to an article written about one year ago. The article is about the dwindling ranks of volunteer firefighters, and it accurately reflects what is occurring in some parts of Lancaster County.

NY Times article

NDFC Facebook page
Townhouse Fire in Lancaster Twp.
Thursday, July 30, 2015 16:00
Engine 55-1 assisted Company 66 (Lancaster Township) on a fire on Waterford Court in the Sterling Place development. Our photographer arrived quickly and was able to capture numerous images of the incident, including the arrival of first in units. First arriving crew from Engine 66-1 stretched a line to the second floor and quickly extinguished the bulk of the fire. Numerous other companies assisted with overhaul and other tasks. Check out the New Danville Fire Co. Facebook page for additional photos.

House Fire in W. Lampeter
Wednesday, July 15, 2015 03:34
Engine 55-1 was dispatched as part of the first alarm assignment on a house fire on Wendover Way in W. Lampeter Township, assisting Company 50 (Willow Street FC). Engine arrived in the development and picked up our own water supply on a side street, and stretched a 300' line to the C side of the structure for exposure protection and fire attack. Photo credit to a member of Company 60 (West Willow) for the attached photo that shows conditions upon arrival of first in units.

Rollover, 100 yards from the firehouse
Monday, March 16, 2015 07:56
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
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
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
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.

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