December 2008 archive

Two More for Christmas Day

Dec 25th – Merry Christmas everyone!  While most families spent time together on Christmas Day, the Monroe Fire Company family spent the middle of the day with each other at emergency incidents. The first call of the day came at 11:24 hours for a medical assist in the township.  Crews cleared that incident at 11:45 …

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Christmas Eve Brings Four Calls

Company 25 spent Christmas Eve responding to four incidents within the township.  Engine 25 and Rescue 40 were dispatched to a reported auto accident at the intersection of Zimmerman RD and York RD (Route 74) at 08:30 hrs.  Weather at the time was mixed precipitation with icy patches on the roadways.  C125 arrived on scene and …

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Congratulations to the LaConte Family!

Firefighter Kevin LaConte and his wife Grace welcomed Luca James LaConte into the world on 12/9/08 at 4:02 AM. Young Luca weighs 6lbs, 10oz and is 19″ long. Kevin reports that following a long labor, everyone is resting and doing well. Luca is Kevin and Grace’s second child. Their first child is Angelina LaConte.

Saturday Triple Play

Dec 6th – A 7:32, Tanker 25 was alerted to a building fire in the area of Rich Valley RD and I-81.  Cumberland County 9-1-1received numerous calls from drivers on I-81 reporting a building fire along the Conodoguinet Creek.  At 7:37, the Silver Spring Twp police department reported in the area with fire showing.  Chief …

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Santa Claus is Coming to Town

Attention Township residents: Once again, Santa will be visiting the Township.   Please check our Santa page for details when Santa will be in your neighborhood.

Dec 4th: A crash and a fire

Dec 4 – This morning at 0723 hours, Company 25 and Rescue 27 were alerted to a reported motor vehicle accident with unknown injuries just north of the intersection of W Lisburn RD and Williams Grove RD in the 25-08 box.  EMS and Rescue 27 arrived on scene first to find a Toyota SUV had …

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November Incident Report

Dec 1st – For the month of November 2008, Monroe Fire Company responded to 20 calls for service.  Those incidents consisted of the following: Structure Fires – 8 (40%) Medical Assists – 6 (30%) Auto Accidents – 3 (15%) Wild Fires – 2 (10%) Miscellaneous Calls – 1 (5%) TOTAL – 20 Of the 20 …

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