04/05/2014 06:28:31 STANDBY-TRANSFER FIRE 5 HERSHEY AVE PARADISE TOWNSHIP Engine 51-1. The Outback Company Headed for West Chester Training Burn Building On Saturday Morning To Brush Up On The Use Of SCBA's, Hoseline Advancement, Search & Rescue & Safety & Survival Skill's. It Was A Great Day Together And Thanks To The Bart Twp. Crew To Standby For Us.
03/31/2014 17:09:25 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-ENTRAPMENT-1A 2969 LINCOLN HWY E EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2, Rescue 47 & Squad 47-1. Chief 47 Responded LCWC Reported Receiving Multiple Calls, From With Entrapment & Unknown Injuries. Chief 47 Arrived Several Minutes Later Confirming Entrapment, Involving 2 Vehicles And A Tractor Trailer. Rescue 47 (Lt.47-1) W/7, Engine 47-2 (Assistant 47-2) W/7 Arrived Stabilized The Vehicle And Started On Extrication And Assisted The EMS Personnel 43 With The Other Patients. Another Incident Where Fire & EMS Personnel Worked Together Very Well With Patient Extrication And Patient Care. Squad 47-1 W/3 Arrived With Crew Assisting Where Needed With Traffic Control And Patient Care. Thanks To The Assisting Companies That Assisted With Traffic Detour During The Incident. Units Cleared 18:24.
03/28/2014 09:39:41 VEHICLE FIRE-TRACTOR TRAILER-1A LINCOLN HWY E / N BELMONT RD PARADISE TOWNSHIP- Engine 47-2, Rescue 47 & Tanker 45. Chief 47 Responded LCWC Reported A Tractor Trailer On Fire Possibly Its Brakes. Chief 47 Arrived With The Fire Knocked With A Fire Extinguisher Possibly Out. Engine 47-2 (Captain 47-1) W/7 Arrived Finishing It Off With A Water Can. Units Returned @ 10:05.
03/26/2014 12:18:28 TRASH-1A 3333 LINCOLN HWY E PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 & Brush 47. Chief 47 And Engine 47-2 (Captain 47-1) W/6 Responded LCWC Reported Dumpster Fire Along Side Of The Building With Employee's Trying To Keep It Checked With Extinguishers. With That Report Chief 47 Requested A Tanker To The Scene As Well. Engine 47-2 Arrived With A Working Dumpster Fire Up Against The main Building Pulling The Bumper Line Started Extinguishing The Fire. Tanker 45 Arrived To Supply Engine 47-2 With Water and Their Crew Going To Work On Pulling The Dumpster Material Apart. Units Cleared @ 13:12.
03/22/2014 06:49:57 STANDBY-AT EVENT FIRE 802 PEQUEA AVE SALISBURY TOWNSHIP-Squad 47-1.
On Saturday Morning Squad 47-1 (Captain 47-1) Total of 9 Of The Firefighters Went To Station 42 To Man Their Apparatus While They Work The Gap Fire Company Mud Sale. The Personnel Were To Split Crews On Rescue 42 And Truck 42 (With Them Providing A Driver & Officer) And Squad 47-1. The Gap, Kinzer, White Horse And Squad 47-1 Worked A Corn Field Fire In The Afternoon.
03/16/2014 20:48:24 BUILDING-CHIMNEY 2934 LINCOLN HWY E EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP- Engine47-2 & Rescue 47. Chief 47 Responded LCWC Reported Homeowner Is Reporting The Chimney On Fire. Assistant 47-1 Arrived Established Command 47 Reported Fire Possibly Out. Engine 47-2 (Captain 47-2) W/6, Rescue 47 (Assistant 47-2) W/8 Arrived Started Checking The Dwelling For Extension And Working On Cleaning The Chimney. Units Thanks To The Mutual Aid Departments For Your Assistance And Photo-5 For The Photo's. Cleared The Scene @ 21:29.
03/16/2014 19:51:14 CARDIAC ARREST-CLASS 1 26 CHERRY HILL RD PARADISE TOWNSHIP- Squad 47-1. Squad 47-1 Responded To Assist EMS. Units Cleared @ 19:57
03/16/2014 10:55:26 TRASH-1A 3299 LINCOLN HWY E PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Brush 47 & Engine 47-2. Engine 47-2 (Lt. 47-1) W/7 Arrived To Find A Small Trash Fire. Units Cleared @ 11:11.
03/13/2014 14:35:39 BUILDING-DWELLING-1A 57 W MAIN ST STRASBURG BOROUGH-Engine 47-2 Assist Station 5. Engine 47-2 (Chief 47) W/7 Arrived The Staging Area Until Command 5 Released All Units Except 5 Units @ 14:51.
The Paradise Leaman Place Fire Company Station 47 2013 Incident Report By (LCWC) Lancaster County Wide Communications. I Thank The Volunteering Members That Make This Happen That we Are Able To Make The Responses Along With Continuing To Participate In Training, Fundraising, Maintenance On The Equipment, Monthly & Committee Meetings . For The People In The Our Community And Our Township Supervisors, We Thank You For All The Support In The Past, Financially Or Encouraging Words That You Have Given Us! If Someone In The Community Is Interested In Becoming A Member To Assist In Fundraising, Firefighter Or Fire Police Please Stop By For An Application Or Come To Monthly Meeting Which Is Normally On The First Monday Evening Of The Month @ 7:30.
Station 47 - 156
Engine 47-2 - 88
Rescue/Engine 47- 101
Rescue 47 As An Engine -48
Rescue 47 As A Rescue -53
LCWC Does not Give Reports On Squads, But Squad 47-1, Squad 47-2, Boats And Brush Made Multiple Responses As Well.
03/12/2014 13:02:25 TRASH-1A 2301 LEAMAN RD EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP- Brush 47 Assist Station 48. Deputy 48 Requested 2 Brush Trucks To Access A Trash Fire That Was Not Accessible W/O 4 Wheel Drive. Brush 47 (Captain 47-1) W/3 And Squad 47-2 (Safety 47-2) W/5 Made The Response. The Units Arrived Made The Run Up The Hill To The Fire And were Assisted By The 48 Personnel To Extinguish The Fire. The Units Cleared The Scene @ 14:31.
03/11/2014 20:38:26 BUILDING-COMMERCIAL-1A 5285 WHITE OAK RD BART TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47 Assist Station 51. Chief 51 Responded LCWC Reported Possibly A Paint Shop On Fire With A Fire Fighter From 51 On The Scene A Few Minutes Later Reported A Working Fire. Rescue 47 (Deputy 47) W/8 Arrived On The Scene Assisting 51 Personnel On A Variety of Tasks Before Being Released @ 22:20.
03/10/2014 12:16:28 CO ALARM 11 HERSHEY AVE PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47. Rescue 47 (Captain 47-1) W/8 Arrived Putting 4-Gas Meter In Service. The Crews Cleaned The Chimney. Units Cleared The Scene @ 13:16.
03/03/2014 07:53:16 SPILL CONTROL ROUTE 741 / S BELMONT RD PARADISE TOWNSHIP- Fire Police 47. Squad 47-2 Made The Response For Fire Police. when They Arrived It Was Upgraded To Spill Control And Requested Squad 47-1 To Assist Them With Oil Dry. Units Cleared The Scene @ 08:33.
02/27/2014 09:21:51 AUTO ALARM-HIGH OCCUPANCY 3123 LINCOLN HWY E PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 & Rescue 47. FF Beiler On The Scene Activated from Cooking On 2nd Floor & The Chief Cleared The Box.
02/26/2014 10:35:46 BUILDING-OUTBUILDING-1A 3306 HARVEST DR LEACOCK TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 Assist 43. Engine 47-2 (FF Beiler) W/5 Went Enroute With Captain 43 Arrived Reported Small Shed Fire Holding It To Station 43.
02/22/2014 07:13:32 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-CLASS 2 5124 ROUTE 741SALISBURY TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47 Assist 42. Rescue 47 Was Dispatched Due To Rescue 42 Being Out On Another Call. Rescue 42 Went Enroute From The Prior Call And Canceled Rescue 47.
The Paradise Leaman Place Fire Company Regrets To Announce The Passing Member Bruce Wenger. Bruce Was Born And Raised In The town Of Paradise. Please keep The Wenger Family In Your Thoughts & Prayers.
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Bruce A. Wenger, age 65 of Kinzers, PA passed away at his home on Saturday, February 22, 2014. He was the husband of Joyce Sinclair Wenger with whom he celebrated 47 years of marriage on July 2nd of last year. He was born in Lancaster, son of Betty Miller Wenger of Ronks and the late Charles E. Wenger.
He was a graduate of Pequea Valley High School class of 1966. He worked for Case New Holland for 40 years retiring in 2006. He then worked part-time for Stoltzfus Feed & Supply of Gap. Bruce was a life member of Gap Fire Company where he was Deputy Chief for 6 years and chairman of the Ham Supper for many years. He was also a member of the Paradise Leaman Place Fire Company and in the past was a member of Liberty Fire & Ambulance Association of New Holland. He was a member of the Buck-I Hunting Camp. Bruce enjoyed hunting, fishing at Indian River, working with wood and was an avid Phillies fan. His greatest joy was spending time with his grandchildren and watching his granddaughter play softball.
Surviving besides his wife & mother are 2 children: Suzette L. wife of Robert Crandall of Lancaster, Troy A. husband of Lee Ann Fisher Wenger of Kinzers, 4 grandchildren: Brody & Logan Crandall, Courtney & Carley Wenger, brother: Barry C. husband of Lori Zug Wenger of Ronks.
Funeral service will take place from Calvary Monument Bible Church, 1660 Mine Road, Paradise, PA on Friday, February 28th at 11 a.m. with Pastor Ralph Soper officiating. There will be a viewing time at the church on Thursday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. and again on Friday from 10 a.m. until time of service. Interment will be in the All Saints Episcopal Cemetery of Paradise. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Hospice & Community Care, P.O. Box 4125, Lancaster, PA 17604 or to ALS Association, 1275 K. Street, NW, Suite 250, Washington, DC 20005. Arrangements by the Shivery Funeral Home, Inc., Christiana & Paradise.