Monthly Calls
Jan
56
Feb
60
Mar
64
Apr
37
May
61
Jun
65
Jul
62
Aug
27
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total
433

Yearly Calls
2018
800
2019
877

Upcoming Events
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Squad and Traffic 33 responded to assist Shermans Dale Community Volunteer Fire Company with an accident vehicle overturned with entrapment. Crews arrived to find the occupant confined in the vehicle. Crews used saws to remove trees and brush to access the vehicle. Once stabilized, the passenger side door was popped using AMKUS Rescue Systems to quickly remove the occupant to EMS. Units remained on scene until the vehicle was removed by HJ Towing & Recovery ... See moreSee less

Squad and Traffic 33 responded to assist Shermans Dale Community Volunteer Fire Company with an accident vehicle overturned with entrapment. Crews arrived to find the occupant confined in the vehicle. Crews used saws to remove trees and brush to access the vehicle. Once stabilized, the passenger side door was popped using AMKUS Rescue Systems to quickly remove the occupant to EMS. Units remained on scene until the vehicle was removed by HJ Towing & Recovery

 

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Wertzville road?? I heard a lot of emergency vehicles on Bernheisel bridge road tonight.

I wonder every time I see an accident in Sherman's Dale if it's my niece and if it was did she have her kids in the car. I miss her so much.

Thank you for your expertise and service.

It's a wonder they survive it.

Drew Bailey

Life Lion flew over my house on the Wertzville Road. Was this near Regency Woods?

Heard the siren's going walked up there wondered why I didnt see the car and saw lifelion landing they sat in the field for over 20 mins.dont know if they made it and something needs to.be done to deer lane

Justin Isenberg

Pat Ruth

Jess Miller

This was my niece

Michelle Mullen Mannucci

Thank you to everyone involved in this rescue. Our family is forever grateful for the care she received.

Hope everyone is ok and thank u squad and traffic 33

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Long overdue!! Pay attention folks!!Starting Monday September 21st signal work at State Road/Trindle Road will begin. They do not anticipate any lane closures or restrictions during the first week. Please use caution in the area. Further updates will be given as received. ... See moreSee less

Long overdue!! Pay attention folks!!

NKFC has the honor this week of hosting the National Honor Guard Academy’s first class in the South Central Pa Region. Students are mainly from Cumberland County, but others from the surrounding area in Police, Fire, EMS and 911 Dispatching backgrounds. Throughout the week, students are learning about honoring our brothers and sisters, and giving them the proper final send off they deserve. Welcome Students and Staff!NHGA 2020-3 Day 2! Looking good Pa!! ... See moreSee less

NKFC has the honor this week of hosting the National Honor Guard Academy’s first class in the South Central Pa Region. Students are mainly from Cumberland County, but others from the surrounding area in Police, Fire, EMS and 911 Dispatching backgrounds. Throughout the week, students are learning about honoring our brothers and sisters, and giving them the proper final send off they deserve. Welcome Students and Staff!

2 weeks ago

New Kingstown Fire Co.

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Looks like ya hit a firefighter

Well done

Floor Day completed this morning but not before some delicious Duck Donuts which hit the spot after the fire. ... See moreSee less

Floor Day completed this morning but not before some delicious Duck Donuts which hit the spot after the fire.

Long night for Company 33. At 02:25 a commercial structure fire assignment was sent to 40 Dauphin Dr for a reported fire in the building. C33 arrived with normal conditions and was advise by CC911 of a lithium battery smoking. E33 crew investigated supported by Sq33. The box was reduced to the township companies while the battery was removed from the building. Crews cleared at 02:45. At 04:04, Engine, Squad, and Tanker 33 responded to assist Co. 34 with a mobile home fire. C7 arrived with a working fire. Crews worked to contain the fire and then overhaul. Units cleared at 06:28. While cleaning equipment at the station, crews were sent at 07:28 to I81SB MN54.6 for an Auto Accident. Crews arrived to find on vehicle off the roadway and no injuries. Crews cleared at 07:43. ... See moreSee less

Long night for Company 33. At 02:25 a commercial structure fire assignment was sent to 40 Dauphin Dr for a reported fire in the building. C33 arrived with normal conditions and was advise by CC911 of a lithium battery smoking. E33 crew investigated supported by Sq33. The box was reduced to the township companies while the battery was removed from the building. Crews cleared at 02:45. At 04:04, Engine, Squad, and Tanker 33 responded to assist Co. 34 with a mobile home fire. C7 arrived with a working fire. Crews worked to contain the fire and then overhaul. Units cleared at 06:28. While cleaning equipment at the station, crews were sent at 07:28 to I81SB MN54.6 for an Auto Accident. Crews arrived to find on vehicle off the roadway and no injuries. Crews cleared at 07:43.

 

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Bless you all, and all that you do.

thank you all God bless

Squad, Mini, and Traffic 33 responded with Co. 31 Thursday Night to Longwood Dr and Ridgeway Dr for an accident with confinement. Crews arrived to find one vehicle on its side and the driver still inside. Once the vehicle was stabilized, the sunroof was taken out and the driver was removed to EMS. Crews were on scene about 45 minutes. ... See moreSee less

Squad, Mini, and Traffic 33 responded with Co. 31 Thursday Night to Longwood Dr and Ridgeway Dr for an accident with confinement. Crews arrived to find one vehicle on its side and the driver still inside. Once the vehicle was stabilized, the sunroof was taken out and the driver was removed to EMS. Crews were on scene about 45 minutes.

 

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How does that happen in a neighborhood??? 🤔🤔🤔

Frank had told dad by the time I saw this.

Nancy Busch overnight happenings in the neighborhood.

Christine Walter some excitement in your neighborhood.

Pat Culver?

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Throwback Thursday - Aerial view of the Fire Station in the early 1980’s - certainly a lot has changed in 40 years!! ... See moreSee less

Throwback Thursday - Aerial view of the Fire Station in the early 1980’s - certainly a lot has changed in 40 years!!