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25 minutes ago

New Kingstown Fire Co.

This afternoon Tanker 33 transferred to Shermans Dale Community Volunteer Fire Company while they operated on a house fire.

While the Tanker was committed, the township companies ran an auto accident with a vehicle overturned on Rt 114 at Shadow Oaks Dr. Fortunately the occupants were not injured.
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This afternoon Tanker 33 transferred to Shermans Dale Community Volunteer Fire Company while they operated on a house fire.

While the Tanker was committed, the township companies ran an auto accident with a vehicle overturned on Rt 114 at Shadow Oaks Dr. Fortunately the occupants were not injured.

Great News!!Cumberland County 911 Service Has Been Fully Restored. ... See moreSee less

Great News!!

Good Morning; there is currently no estimated time for 9-1-1 services to be restored. Continue to use the contact numbers we posted last evening. ... See moreSee less

 

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Thank you for the AM update. County social media has been silent for 15+ hours.

Here’s a few alternative numbers for Police, Fire, and EMSUPDATE: Cumberland County 911 Service Has Been Fully Restored.

🚨 911 OUTAGE 🚨

Cumberland County is currently experiencing a wide spread phone outage including our 911 AND ten-digit phone lines.

Cumberland County residents who need emergency OR non-emergency assistance from fire, EMS and law enforcement services within the county are asked to call one of the following numbers until further notice:

717-961-xxxx
717-961-xxxx
717-961-xxxx
717-961-xxxx

If you do not get any answer, please try one of the other numbers listed. If you can't get through using the numbers above, you can text to 911.

We will continue to provide updates on this situation and will advise when we are made aware of the phone systems being restored.
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Here’s a few alternative numbers for Police, Fire, and EMS

Until further notice!!Urgent Message:
Cumberland County is currently experiencing a wide spread telephone company outage affecting multiple counties, including our 9-1-1 and ten-digit phone lines.

Cumberland County residents who need emergency or non-emergency assistance from fire, EMS and law enforcement services within the county are asked to call one of the following numbers until further notice:

717-961-9815
717-961-9843
717-961-9845
717-961-9874

If you do not get any answer, please call your closest Fire, EMS or Police Station.
New Kingstown Fire Company (717) 766-4033
Silver Spring Community Fire Company (717) 766-6096
Silver Spring Township Police Department (717) 697-0607, Option 3
Silver Spring EMS (717) 697-3131
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Until further notice!!

 

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Thank you

Update?

🚨🚨URGENT🚨🚨

**Updated: 4pm 1/21/21**

911 service has been FULLY restored for Cumberland County.

Original Post:

911 phone lines are currently down in Cumberland County as well as other counties statewide due to a technical issue. To report an emergency please call your closest Fire Station. Our station is staffed and ready to handle calls.

New Kingstown Fire Company: (717) 766-4033
Silver Spring Community Fire Company: (717) 766-6096
Silver Spring Township Police Department: (717) 697-0607, Option 3
Silver Spring EMS: (717) 697-3131
Middlesex Township Police Department: (717) 249-7191

This post will be updated with any further information.
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🚨🚨URGENT🚨🚨

**Updated: 4pm 1/21/21**

911 service has been FULLY restored for Cumberland County.

Original Post: 

911 phone lines are currently down in Cumberland County as well as other counties statewide due to a technical issue. To report an emergency please call your closest Fire Station. Our station is staffed and ready to handle calls. 

New Kingstown Fire Company: (717) 766-4033
Silver Spring Community Fire Company: (717) 766-6096
Silver Spring Township Police Department: (717) 697-0607, Option 3
Silver Spring EMS: (717) 697-3131
Middlesex Township Police Department: (717) 249-7191

This post will be updated with any further information.

Tanker 33 supplied E38 today before the LDH was charged. A 3” line was stretched and E38 had water within a minute of the Tanker arriving. 2700 gallons and no loss of water!! This is how we roll!! ... See moreSee less

Tanker 33 supplied E38 today before the LDH was charged. A 3” line was stretched and E38 had water within a minute of the Tanker arriving. 2700 gallons and no loss of water!! This is how we roll!!

 

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Great work everyone.

Engine 33 Crew from the Fire earlier today!! #33fire #pikerats #wagongoes ... See moreSee less

Engine 33 Crew from the Fire earlier today!! #33fire #pikerats #wagongoes

 

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Good guys all of you!

Thank u for what u do

Thanks guys.

Thanks for all you do 💕

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