We are 2 months away from the event!! The committee continues to monitor the current restrictions and what they mean for an in-person event. We will communicate the final decision the first week in April. We want to have an in-person event as much as you all want to attend, so we are giving as much time as we can for the restrictions to be reduced. Thank you for understanding and for the continued support as everyone continues to navigate through these uncertain times.
Squad, Mini, Traffic, U233, and Chief 33 responded this afternoon to 81SB MM54.9 for an accident involving two tractor trailers and a passenger vehicle. Crews arrived and stabilized the car for EMS and controlled fluids from both truck’s radiators. Sq31 was placed available and Traffic 31 provided pre-warning. While on scene, a second accident happened near the scene in the NB lanes. Chief and MP33 responded to this incident. Co. 31 Fire police assisted. Units cleared both incidents prior to 18:00. ... See moreSee less
“Responding to a Gettysburg Address” - E33 (with 5) responded mutual aid to Gettysburg shortly after 07:00 to assist on the building fire. The crew was sent to a manpower staging area across from the Fire buildings and assisted where needed. E33 returned before 11:30. Station 33 remained staffed while the Engine was out. Photo credit to Harrison Jones Photographer... See moreSee less
Squad, Mini, Traffic, and Chief 33 along with Squad 31 responded Sunday afternoon to the intersection of Carlisle Pike and Hempt Rd for an Auto Accident. Chief 33 arrived with two vehicles involved and held the response to Co. 33. Crews stabilized the vehicle and provided EMS care until the arrival of BLS. Fire Police from Company 33 worked in the rain to insure traffic flowed safely past the scene. Crews were out almost an hour. ... See moreSee less