May 2012 archive

RIT Assignment in Middlesex Township

May 25 – Headquarters dispatched E25 at 00:17 hours as part of a first alarm structure assignment in the first block of Wheatfield DR, Middlesex Twp.  E25 was due as the Rapid Intervention (RIT) engine. Headquarters advised the homeowner reported an odor of something burning inside the residence.  E25 was already on the street at …

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One Flown from Border Crash

May 24 – Companies 25 and 33 were once again dispatched to the intersection of W Trindle RD and Locust Point RD for a reported auto accident.  Headquarters dispatched the incident at 22:53.  Chief 25 (Heckert) arrived on scene, established command, and requested aeromedical to the scene.  E25 arrived shortly after C25 and secured the …

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Auto Accident on the Border

Crews from Companies 33 (New Kingstown) and 25 (Monroe) operate at the scene of a two vehicle accident at W Trindle RD and S Locust Point RD.

May 23 – Engine 25 was dispatched along with Company 33 (New Kingstown) at 17:05 hours to a reported auto accident at the intersection of W Trindle RD and N Locust Point RD. E25 arrived at 17:14 and assisted with patient care and debris removal.  Two patients were transported from the scene by EMS.  E25 …

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1st Alarm Silver Spring House Fire

Fire conditions at the rear of the structure. Photo by Glen Hostetler - New Kingstown Fire Co.

May 19 – Engine and Tanker 25 were dispatched on a first alarm assignment to a house fire in the first block of N Old Stonehouse RD in Silver Spring Twp at 01:49.  Chief 33 (Hall) arrived on the scene with fire evident from side D.  E25 arrived and deployed a 300′ handline to the rear …

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Capt. Flickinger Honored by County Commissioners

May 15 – Monroe Fire Company Captain and Vice President Devin Flickinger was one of several emergency medical service providers honoroed by the Cumberland County Commissioners this week.  Devin, who is a Paramedic with West Shore EMS, was one of several EMS providers who made a “clinical save” last year.  A “clinical save” is when …

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MFC Receives Donation from Monroe Elem PTO

May 11 – Monroe Fire Company would like to extend our thanks and gratitude to the Monroe Elementary School PTO for thier generous donation of $500.  Your continued support is very much appreciated.

Monroe Fire Co Assists on 4 Alarm Carlisle Blaze

Carlisle 4 Alarm Blaze

May 2-3 – It was a blaze that will go down in the history books of Carlisle and Cumberland County. Wednesday, May 2, shortly after 22:15 hours, Engine 25 was alerted to assist at an industrial building fire in the old Lear facility at 50 Spring Rd. The complex also once housed the Masland carpet …

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