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EMS Star Of Life Award's
Fire Chief Jim Benson & EMS Captain Cyndi Kauffman receive the EMS
Star Of Life Award from Sheryl M. Delozler & Senator Pat Vance at
the Pennsylvania State Capitol.
Fire House Renovations
For the past few week's the New Cumberland Fire Department has been
goning through some renovations to the fire house booth interior and
Working House Fire
Around 1800 hours the men and women of
engine company 10 were dispatched to a reported structure fire with
entrapment at the 100 block of creek road in lower allen township.
Engine 10 was first on the street with a crew of 6. It was reprted
while responding that all occupants have been removed. Engine 10 was
one of the first arriving units stretching lines to knock down the
main body of fire. After initial dispatch Truck 10 was
requested to scene and responded immediately with a crew of 6. Both
crews assisted with extinguishment, overhaul, ventilation and air
monitoring. Both crews cleared after nearly three hours on scene.
Two Alarm Fire
Shortly after 0800 hours this morning engine 10
was dispatched to the 400 block of Market Street in the boro of
Lemoyne for a kitchen fire. Engine 10 responded with 2.
Shortly after dispatch the box was upgraded to 2nd alarm. Truck 10
responded with 3. Crews worked for about 2 hours, assisting with
fire suppression and overhaul. Thanks to truck 456 for transferring
and covering the boro while both rigs were out.
Engine 10 dispatched to the 1st Block of S 8th Street in Lemoyne for
a working house fire. Engine 10 (DC Gouldy) responded with 4
and assisted with fire ground operations upon arrival.
2 Alarm House Fire
Truck 10 dispatched on the 2nd alarm to the 3800 Block of Rosemont Avenue in
Lower Allen Township. Truck 10 (Lt. Kepes) responded with 4.
Upon arrival a moderate smoke condition was still present and the
crew assisted with fire ground operations before being released by
Working Building Fire
Today around 1600 hours Engine 10 was dispatched for a structure
fire at 116 Fourth Street. Fire was through the roof upon arrival of
initial units and smoke could be seen for miles. Engine 10
responded with 3 and 2 attack lines & blitzfire were put into
service immediately, with Squad 13 operating their wagon pipe.
Efforts were hindered due to wind and freezing temperatures. A
defensive operation was taken and the building was heavily damaged.
Company 10 took up at 21:24 hours. Thanks to our transfer company
456 (CHFC) for covering the boro & help with clean up