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A History Of Fire Protection In

New Cumberland

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Todays training took place at the York County Fire School.

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A good turnout for tonights training.
THANK YOU to DLA #69 for showing us some great techniques.


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Aproximatly 0400 crews from Companies 10, 12, 13, 14, YC68 and YC69 were alerted for a house fire with entrapment. New Cumberland Police Department arrived on scene and confirmed a working fire. Shortly after, West Shore Bureau of Fire Chief 13 arrived on scene and upgraded the Box to a second alarm. Engine 3-13 encountered heavy fire in bravo side, division 2 apartment. Sixty-Nine Truck completed primary search and found all victims self extricated. Engine 10 arrived and too...k the second due engine company operations led by Capt Anderson. An engine from company 12 assisted the ten truck taking the delta side and providing roof access for vertical ventilation, and ground ladders for egress. Engine 14 and Squad 30 arrived and provided manpower for secondary search and overhaul... Traffic units from 10, 13, and 68 assisted with traffic control.

The New Cumberland Fire Department would like to thank all of our mutual aid companies for their assistance. Four families were displaced as a result of this fire and the cause of the fire is under investigation by the PA State Fire Marshal's office.













This evening Truck 10 was dispatched to the 600 block of York Rd to help this kitty down from a tree. We were told it was up the tree for at least a day. Thank you to firefighter Kenny for helping this cute little guy get to safety.

After kitty was rescued we reached out to FIND TOBY in PA and also went knocking on neighborhood doors and found his/her home.














Just after 3:00 a.m. this morning, Truck 10 was  dispatched to Fairview Township  for a barn fire in the 700 Block of Nissel Lane. Chief 68 arrived to find a well involved barn and called for a working fire assignment. Engine 69 made the initial attack and was supplied by Cumberland Tanker 24. Engine 68-2 laid 1500' of 5" and Cumberland Engine 24 laid an additional 200' and served as the relay Engine. Tanker 31 established a fill site at the intersection of Lewisberry Road and Nissel Lane. Tankers were utilized from York, Cumberland and Dauphin Counties.











Thank you to the American Legion Post 43 and the Camp Hill Borough for inviting us to participate in your 98th Memorial Day Parade. It was an honor to partipate in it again this year and to be able to show our respect to those who gave all. A little rain may have fallen this morning but it was a fantastic turnout and we had a great time.




2017  Call Status
Month Fire EMS
Jan 46 58
Feb 44 67
Mar 30 72
Apr 40 76
May 38 85
June 31 63
July 37 64

2016 Call Status
Fire 338
EMS 762



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