With The Thunder Storm Going Thru The Northern Central Lancaster County Lancaster County Wide Communications (LCWC) Was Very Busy Dispatching Emergency Calls. As The Storm Progressed So Did The Calls Dispatching Multiple Structure Fires/ Flooding Public Services And Water Rescues In A Very short Time Some Lancaster County Departments Working Multiple Incidents At The Same Time. LCWC Did An Outstanding Job Trying To Get All The Priority Calls Out First Along With All The Other Calls! Squad 47-1 Made multiple Responses Pulling The Trailer With Boat 47-1 & 47-2.
07/27/2014 21:04:18 RESCUE-WATER ROADWAY 340 W MAIN ST UPPER LEACOCK TOWNSHIP-Boat 47-2 Assist Station 61. Squad 47-1 (Captain 47-2) W/5 Made The Response, But Was Recalled While Enroute @ 21:14.
07/27/2014 21:14:15 RESCUE-WATER ROADWAY 2 N CONESTOGA DR LANCASTER TOWNSHIP- Boat 47-1 Assist Station 63. Squad 47-1 (Captain 47-2) W/5 Made The Response, But Was Recalled While Enroute @ 21:23.
07/27/2014 21:24:13 RESCUE-WATER ROADWAY 1931 HOSPITALITY DR EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP-Boat 47-1 Assist Station 63. Squad 47-1 Had Just Cleared The Prior Incident, LCWC Called The For The Boat On Radio To Make The Response. Squad 47-1 Was Recalled several Minutes Later @ 21:28.
07/27/2014 22:23:22 RESCUE-WATER ROADWAY 200 SPRINGVILLE RD SALISBURY TOWNSHIP- Boat 47-1 Assist Station 49. Squad 47-1 (Captain 47-2) W/5 Made The Response, And Was Recalled While Enroute @ 22:27.
07/27/2014 23:15:59 RESCUE-WATER ROADWAY 245 MONTEREY RD LEACOCK TOWNSHIP- Boat 47-1 & Boat 47-2 Assist Station 41. Chief 41 And Squad 47-1 (Captain 47-2) W/5 Made The Response LCWC Reported A Vehicle Stuck In High Water. The Boats Arrived going To Work Assisted Multiple Victims Out Of The Vehicle To Higher Ground. The Boats Cleared The Scene @ 23:49.
07/27/2014 23:17:49 BUILDING-DWELLING-1A 3061 W NEWPORT RD LEACOCK TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47 Assist Station 61. Rescue 47 Arrived Assisting Where needed. Rescue 47 Cleared The Call @ 00:45.
07/28/2014 05:28:10 RESCUE-WATER ROADWAY 200 MONTEREY RD UPPER LEACOCK TOWNSHIP-Boat 47-1 & Boat 47-2 Assist Station 41. Squad 47-1 W/5 Made The Response. The Boats Cleared The Scene @ 05:47.
07/25/2014 10:01:58 BUILDING-DWELLING-2A 3210 MILL LN LEACOCK TOWNSHIP- Engine 47-2 & Rescue 47. When LCWC Sent The fire Prealert Out On 33.72 For a Dwelling Fire Assistant 43 Signed On The Scene Reported a Working Dwelling Requested 2nd Alarm Before The 1st Alarm Was Dispatched. LCWC Dispatched The 1st & 2nd Alarm Units With Engine 47-2 (Assistant 47-1) W/7 Arriving Taking The Side A Porch Roof Entering The 2nd Windows Extinguishing The Room & Contents Opening Up Side B Walls And And Pulling 2nd Floor Ceiling. Rescue 47 (Captain 47-2) W/4 Arrived With Crew Going To Staging. The Engine Crew Went To Rehab After Using The first SCBA Cylinder, Later helping To Wrap Up Hose. Units Cleared The Scene @ 12:02. Thanks To Station 52 For Taking The Standby Assignment.
07/23/2014 19:13:34 RESCUE-WATER ROADWAY 180 GREENFIELD RD EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP Boat 47-1. The Company Was Recalled Before Responding.
07/21/2014 19:04:29 TRAINING-FIRE 11 FURNACE RD BART TOWNSHIP- Rescue 47. The Outback Company Headed South To Station 51 To Train With The 51 House Having Multiple Cars To Cut. Training Like This Are Very Valuable For The Real Calls That We Can Work Together On. Thanks For The Invite.
07/20/2014 18:15:10 FIRE ACTIVITY 5 HERSHEY AVE PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Station 47. The Outback Company Was Needed For A Public Service Call In The Township. Personnel Cleared The Call @ 19:18.
07/17/2014 12:34:25 MEDICAL ASSIST 56 PARADISE LN PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47. rescue 47 (Deputy 47) W/6 Made The Response. They Arrived Meeting The EMS Units Then Clearing The Scene @ 12:56.
07/15/2014 21:07:27 RESCUE-WATER ROADWAY 12 GLENOLA DR UPPER LEACOCK TOWNSHIP- Boat 47-1. The Boats Were Recalled Before They Made The Response.
The Monday Evening Started @ 19:00 With Training On The New Scott Air Packs Across The Street From The Station. While The Crews Were Doing Search & Rescue Scenario's The 63 House Was Dispatched For A Structure Fire. When The 2nd Alarm Was Dispatched The Pagers Alerted For Rescue 47 To Assist Them.
07/14/2014 19:52:19 BUILDING-COMMERCIAL-2A 144 GREENFIELD RD EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47 Assist Station 63. The 1st Alarm Units Were Dispatched To One Of The High Steel Building With Electrical Issues Inside The Building. Chief 63 Arrived Established Command 63 With Smoke Showing From A Large Commercial Building Appears To Be A Working Electrical Fire Inside Requested The Working Fire Dispatch. After further Investigation It Was Confirmed The The Breaker Boxes Were Indeed On Fire/Exploding Inside The Building Requesting The 2nd Alarm. With Rescue 47 Lt. (47-2) W/8 Being On 2nd Alarm Arrived With Its Manpower Going To Manpower Staging. The Rescue Crew Assisted With Ventilation And Checking For Hot Spots With The TIC During The Incident With Being Released @ 22:28.
07/12/2014 17:37:12 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-CLASS 1N CHERRY LN / LINCOLN HWY E EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP- Rescue 47 Assist Station 48. While Station 48 Was Working The Bird-in-Hand Fire Rescue 47 Was Dispatched To Cover Rescue 48 On A Vehicle Accident. As The Rescue Responded LCWC Advised The Police Department Is on The Scene Stating Fire Department Is Not Needed So The Rescue Cleared The Call.
07/12/2014 16:52:56 BUILDING-HOTEL/MOTEL-2A 2740 OLD PHILADELPHIA PIKE LEACOCK TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 Assist Station 41. The First Alarm Units Were Dispatched With Chief 41 Arriving Reporting A Working Fire Requesting 2nd Alarm. Engine 47-2 Being Part Of 2nd Alarm Went Enroute With (Assistant 47-2) W/7 Arrived With Manpower Going To Staging. The Engine Crew Was Then Assigned To Ventilate The C Building Using PPV Fans Working For A Little Over An Hour. Engine 47-2 Cleared The Scene @ 18:49
07/12/2014 10:06:38 FIRE ACTIVITY 111 WHITE HORSE RD SALISBURY TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 Went To White Horse Station 49 To Be Part Of Their 100Th Anniversary. http://www.whitehorsefire.org
07/12/2014 04:24:49 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-CLASS 1 3315 LINCOLN HWY E PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47, Engine 47-2 & Squad 47-1. Rescue 47 W/8 Made The Response Whene the Rescue Arrived The Crew Assisted EMS Units. The Units Cleared @ 04:55.
07/11/2014 14:56:43 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-ENTRAPMENT-1A 3127 LINCOLN HWY E PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47, Engine 47-2 & Squad 47-1. Rescue 47 (Captain 47-2) Responded W/8 Arriving The Scene With No Entrapment. Engine 47-2 (Captain 47-1) Arrived Assisting The Rescue Crew With Oil Dry & Assisting EMS With Patient Care. Units Cleared The Scene @ 16:05.
07/10/2014 20:39:04 RESCUE-WATER ROADWAY N PLUM ST / E LIBERTY ST LANCASTER CITY-Boat 47-1. The Boats were Placed Available Before Responding.
The Paradise Leaman Place Fire Company Received A PEMA Grant From The State Of PA To Upgrade The Emergency Lighting System And Compartment Lighting To LED Lights. The Project Was Sent Out To Multiple Companies For Quotes With Hammel Installs From Refton PA Getting The Job. Nate Hammel Did The Install At the Station With The Rescue Only Being Out Of Service Several Times. The Project Includes Tube Lighting In The All The Compartments, All The Emergency Lighting W/ Rear Arrow Stick, Front Brow Light Is Now 12 Volt Instead Of Off The Generator. The Lighting Package Made An Impressive Improvement When Operating At Night Which Will Make It Safer For The Personnel At The Scene. Thanks To Nate From Hammel Install For Your Quality Work, It Was A Pleasure Working With You D
07/08/2014 04:18:20 STANDBY-IN STATION FIRE 5 HERSHEY AVE PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47. LCWC Called Station 47 By Phone Requested Rescue 47 In Standby At The Station Due To Multiple stations Operating At The Barn Fire. A Crew Of 8 Stayed At The Station Until Released By LCWC @ 05:13.
07/08/2014 03:39:51 BUILDING-BARN-2A 3470 W NEWPORT RD LEACOCK TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 Assist Station 44. Engine 47-2 (Captain 47-2) W/7 Responded To Pond Road To Establish A Tanker Fill Site To Fill Tankers That Were Supplying Water At The Barn Fire. The Engine Filled Multiple Tankers Until It Was No Longer Needed @ 05:10.
07/05/2014 15:19:52 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-CLASS 2 2999 LINCOLN HWY E EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47, Engine 47-2 & Squad 47-1. Rescue 47 Made The Response. The Units Cleared The Scene @ 15:38.
07/01/2014 16:21:18 BUILDING-MOBILE HOME-1A 859 CIRCLE DR SALISBURY TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47 Assist Station 42. Rescue 47 (Captain 47-2) W/8 Responded, while Enroute Command Held The Box To 42 Units And Rescue 47 cleared The Call @ 16:32.
06/27/2014 12:51:55 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-CLASS 2 ROUTE 896 / HERR RD STRASBURG TOWNSHIP-Squad 47-1 Assist Station 5. Squad 47-1 (Captain 47-2) W/4 Responded To Assist Station 5. Units Cleared @ 13:33.
06/23/2014 20:51:42 BUILDING-BARN-1A 2655 BACHMANTOWN RD EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2. Engine 47-2 (Assistant 47-1) W/7 Responded While Chief 48 Asked The Incoming Units To Stage At Miller's Smorgasbord On RT. 30. Upon Further Investigation The Box was Held To 48 Units And Engine 47-2 Cleared The Box @ 20:58.
06/23/2014 09:25:34 STANDBY-IN STATION FIRE 5 HERSHEY AVE PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2. Engine 47-2 Was Alerted To Standby @ Station 47 For Station 43 While They are Working The Tractor Trailer Incident. The Standby Was Cleared @ 09:55.
06/23/2014 08:43:52 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-CLASS 1 3333 LINCOLN HWY E PARADISE TOWNSHIP- Engine 47-2, Rescue 42 & Squad 47-1. Rescue 47 (Captain 47-2) W/5 Arrived With 2 Vehicles Off The Roadway In The Yard Of Paradise Custom Kitchen With Five Patients Started Securing The Vehicles And Assisting EMS With Patient Care. Rescue 42 Arrived Assisted The Rescue Crew & EMS With Patient Care. Units Cleared The Scene @ 09:12.
06/23/2014 08:31:34 HAZ MAT INCIDENT-1A 275 OLD LEACOCK RD LEACOCK TOWNSHIP- Rescue 47 Assist 43. Station 43 Was Dispatched To 275 Old Leacock Road For An Outside Investigation. Engine 43-1 Responded LCWC Reported That They Are Upgrading The Incident To A Haz Mat Incident As They Are Getting More Info On The Call. They Getting The Report That The Trailer Has Damaged Containers That Are Leaking Possibly Hazardous Materials Which Added Rescue 47. While Rescue 47 Was Waiting On A Driver To Make The Response To The Haz Mat Call LCWC Advised Station 47 That They Are Dispatching A Class 1 Crash At 3333 Lincoln Hwy East. With That Report LCWC Was Advised To Cover The Both Incidents With Other Units And Rescue 48 Was Dispatched Leacock Township. Rescue 47 Then Cleared From The 43 Box And Responded To The The MVC On RT. 30.
06/13/2014 18:19:54 RESCUE-WATER ROADWAY N PLUM ST / E LIBERTY ST LANCASTER CITY-Boat 47-1 Assist Station 64. The Boat Was Recalled Before The Boat Responded @ 18:23.
06/13/2014 13:47:11 BUILDING-DWELLING-1A 264 PARADISE LN PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 & Rescue 47 Assist Station 5. Deputy 5 Arrived Established Command 5 And Engine 47-2 (Lt. 47) W/7 Arrived With A Smoke Condition In The Kitchen Of A Large Farm House, Going Interior With Water Cans And The Thermal Imaging Camera. The Engine Crew Found That Fire Was Already Put Out By One Of The Residents With A Water Can. The Crew Split Once Interior Checking For Extension At The Stove Area And On The 2nd Floor. Engine 48-2 Arrived With Deputy 48 Opening Windows & Starting Ventilation. Rescue 47 (Safety 47-2) W/6 Arrived Along With Other Units Staging Until units Were Released. Engine 47-2 Cleared The Scene @ 14:18. This Was The First Call The Our New Scott Air Packs Were Worn.
06/11/2014 10:26:48 AUTO ALARM-HIGH OCCUPANCY 3123 LINCOLN HWY E PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 & Rescue 47. Deputy 47 Arrived Met one Of The Occupants Reporting Burn Food On The Stove And cleared The Call @ 10:30.
06/09/2014 07:54:05 PUBLIC SERVICE-FIRE 2959 LINCOLN HWY E EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP- Rescue 47. Rescue 47 (Captain 47-1) W/8 Responded To Assist With Ducklings That Were Stuck In A Drain. Rescue 47 Arrived Finding The Ducks Already Rescued Clearing The Scene @ 08:12.
On Wednesday Evening June 4, 2014 The Available 47 Personnel Arrived The Station To Fit Test, Activate The Pak-Tracker System & Receive Training Meeting Eric From Fire & Rescue Products. The Scott Air Packs Were Received Thru A Regional AFG Grant Hosted By Christiana Fire Company Station 52 Along With Kinzer, Strasburg, Westwood And Paradise. The Packs Were Ordered Last Year, But were Put On Hold Until The New 2013 NFPA Standards Were Released. Along With The 15 New Air Packs Came A RIT Bag As Well As A Pak-Tracker Firefighter Locator System For Safety Of Our Firefighters That If An Air Pack Goes Into An Alarm The Pack Tracker Will Activate And Will Assist In Finding The Lost/Down Fire Fighter. The Air Packs Will Be Put In Service Soon As Training Continuing. The Air Packs Will Be Replacing MSA Packs That Were In Service For Fifteen Years.
Thanks To Eric From Fire & Rescue Products For The Great Service You Are Providing To Us!
Thanks To The Christiana Fire Company For Hosting The Grant And Giving Us An Opportunity To Be Involved In It. Thanks For The Hospitality That You Provided During The Meetings and Demo's At Your Station. Thanks To John Sly In All The Work In Writing And During The Submission And Process Of The Grant Purchase.