Monthly Archive: August 2010

Aug 24

Congratulations LaConte Family

August 24 – Congratulations to members Kevin and Grace LaConte on the birth of their third child today. Neva Dorisette LaConte was born at 1800 hours. She weighs 6lbs – 9oz and is 19.5 inches long. Kevin and Grace have two other children, Angelina and Luca. Everyone is doing very well.

Aug 15

E25 to S Middleton Condo Fire

Aug 15 – E25 was dispatched at 02:50hrs as part of a first alarm assignment to a reported porch fire in the 236-14 box at 1 Wiltshire West (South Middleton Twp).  First arriving units found heavy fire to the rear of a row of townhomes in the area of Mayapple Golf Course. E25 hit the hydrant …

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Aug 13

E25/R45 Respond to Crash With Entrapment on Creek RD

  August 13 – E25 and R45 were dispatched to a reported auto accident with entrapment in the 25-01 box near the intersection of Creek RD and York RD (Route 74).  Crews found a sedan and a box truck struck head on and the female occupant of the sedan was trapped in the vehicle.  E25’s …

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Aug 12

MFC Responds to Monaghan Twp Church Fire

Aug 12 – Company 25 was dispatched for a first alarm Rapid Intervention Team (RIT) assignment for a report of smoke coming from a church at 15 S Fileys RD, Monaghan Twp., York County.  Shortly after the first alarm was struck, a second alarm was dispatched as a structure fire and Tanker 25 was added to …

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Aug 10

Three Call Tuesday

  Aug 10 – Monroe Firefighters got an early start to the day at 00:47 when E25 was dispatched on a first alarm assignment to Box 241-05 (South Middleton Twp) for a stove fire reported out at 105 Andrew Ct.  E25 was placed available from the incident at 00:59.  Later that morning, E25, R45 (Carlisle Fire …

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Aug 07

E25 Brings Home Honors from Adams Co Convention

Aug 7th – Monroe Fire Company members traveled to York Springs, Adams County for the ACVESA 2010 Convention.  Carrying on the tradition of engines before it, Engine 25 picked up top honors for the Best Appearing and Most Functional Out of County Engine.