Engine 47-2 1988 Grumman
Engine 47-2 Came To Station 47 In November Of 1988. It Has Served The Paradise & Surrounding Communities Well Over The Years. Some Of The Fires In History That It Pumped A Lot Of Water Or Served A Major Part Of The Operation Was MeadowBrook In Leola, Sight & Sound, Corn Maze (Vehicles), Rohrer's Mill, Vintage Sales, An Old School House In Gap, 3 Of The Four Barn Fires In
2001 As Well As Multiple Other Structure Fires In Its 24 Years Of Service. The Company Feels That We Need To Continue To Serve The Community With Reliable Equipment And In Order To Do That It Is Time To Replace The 1988 Engine With A Newer Unit. An Engine Committee Was Established To Look At Different Manufactured Apparatus New Or Used And Make Recommendations To The Company. In The November Meeting The Engine Committee Chairman Drew Wenger Updated The Company On The Manufactures That The Committee Was Working With. He Told The Company That The Committee Voted 7-0 On A Pierce Because Of The Service The We Can Rely On From Glick's And Features The The CF Has Will Fit Our Needs. Following The Recommendation From The Committee, The Company Voted To Purchase A Pierce Dash CF Engine From Glick's Fire Equipment (Sales Person) Hen Woerth With The Financial Support From Paradise Township.
The Paradise Leaman Place Fire Company Once Again Wants To Thank Everyone That Is Continuing Support For Our Fundraisers This Year. Breakfast With Santa Is Scheduled For December 15, 2012 8Am To 10:30.
Paradise Leaman Place Fire Company Is Serving A Family Style Pig Roast On Saturday Nov. 17, 2012 From 12 Noon To 6PM. Takeouts Are Available. Please Come And Show Your Support!
Holiday Bazaar November 24, 2012 8AM To 2PM
For More Info Or To Reserve Tables Call Glenda 717-687-0911.
11/10/2012 22:13:26 CO INHALATION-CLASS 2 3 TODD RD PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47. Chief 47 Responded LCWC Advised 2nd Hand Call Believes That The Address Has CO Issues Going On At That Residence. Rescue 47 (Captain 47-3) W/8 Arrived The Scene Putting The Gas Meter In Service. High Reading Were Found In The Residence. Chief 47 Arrived And Established Command 47.The Units Cleared @ 23:18.
Help for Hurricane Sandy Victims in NYC and NJ.
Paradise Twp. has sent supplies last week on hand here for Hurricane Sandy, to Brooklyn/Queens, NYCity, and it was so much needed that Emergency Mg'mt. Coordinator Dennis Groff and Paradise and Kinzers Firemen are urging donations to send another shipment as soon as possible.
New supplies being requested, or cash to purchase these are:
Blankets Gloves Socks
Knit hats Diapers Towels/Wash Cloths
Paper goods Bed linens Cleaning Supplies
Flat Shovels Brooms Garbage Bags
Bottled Water Toilet paper
These new items can be dropped off at the Paradise Twp. Offices by This Friday, Nov. 9 by 5:00pm, but please call first...717-768-8222 or Dennis at 717-278-8046.
11/05/2012 12:57:23 BUILDING-CHIMNEY 547 STRASBURG RD PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2, Rescue 47. Engine 47-2 (Captain 47-1) W/6 Rescue 47 (Captain 47-2) W/4 Made The Response LCWC Reported The Resident Reported Thinks The Chimneys On Fire, But No Smoke Coming From The Chimney. Engine 47-2 Arrived With Crew Going To Basement Where The Stove Was Located. Truck 5 Arrived Soon After Laddering The Roof At The Chimney And Checking For Extention In 1st And 2nd Floor. Rescue 47 Arrived With Crew Assisting The Engine Crew With Stove Clean Out & Removal. The Fire Was Found In The Wall Behind The Brick Board With The Sheet Of OSB Board Smoldering. The Sheet Of OSB Was Removed Outside Of The Residence And Extinguished. The Units Cleared The Scene @ 13:46
P.S. Please Be Careful How Close The Stove Is Placed To The Wall Even Was Fire Resistant Boards.
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11/04/2012 00:29:43 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-ENTRAPMENT-1A ROUTE 30 / MCILVAINE RD PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47. The Call Was Originally Dispatched As A Basic Vehicle Accident. Chief 45 Arrived The Scene Confirming Entrapment Requesting A Rescue. The Rescue And Squad 47-1 Made The Response To Do The Extrication. The Last 47 Units Cleared The Scene @ 02:11.
10/31/2012 13:31:11 BUILDING-DWELLING-1A 23 S RONKS RD EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2. Engine 47-2 Made The Response And Cleared The Scene When Command 48 Held The Box To Station 48.
It Is That Time Of Year Again. When You Change Your Clocks You Need To Change Batteries And Check Your Smoke And CO Alarms To Make Sure That They Are In Working Order.
Check your chimney. Chimney fires are very common and easy to prevent. Clogged chimneys can cause fires and cause the build-up of deadly carbon monoxide in your home.
Cracked chimney flues can lead to attic fires which can destroy your home.
Check your furnace. Replace dirty furnace filters and make sure all connections to the chimney are secure. If you have a coal stove or wood stove make sure your stove vents properly to the outside of the home.
Watch those heaters! Electric space heaters must be used with extreme caution. Make sure they are not close to any flammable objects when operating. Kerosene heaters are not recommended and should not be used.
10/29/2012 21:45:51 INVESTIGATION-INSIDE 356 KENEAGY HILL RD PARADISE TOWNSHIP- Engine51-1 To Cover The 47 Units. Chief 47 Redirected Rescue 47 From The Water Rescue To Handle The Investigation Call. Rescue 47 (Captain 47-1) Made The Response LCWC Reported Several People Are Not Feeling Well At That Location With Possible CO Issues. While The Rescue Was Enroute A Tree Was Blocking The Road At 307 Keneagy Hill Road That The Rescue Crew Cut A Path To Make The Response To 356. The Rescue Crew Arrived Along EMS. The Rescue Crew Checked The Residence For CO. The Engine 47-2 Finished The Tree Cutting Task At 307 Keneagy Hill Road. As The Rescue Was Returning The Rescue Assisted Assistant 47-2 With Cutting A Tree Limb That Was Blocking One Lane At 70 Black Horse Road. The Rest Of The Night Was Spent In Quarters.
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10/29/2012 21:43:55 RESCUE-WATER-1A 102 PARADISE LN PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47, Engine 47-2, Boat 47-1 & 47-2.Chief 47 (Assistant 47-2 In A JCB Lift) Squad 47-1 (Captain 47-3) W/5 And The 2 Boats Squad 47-2 (Captain47-2) Made The Response. Chief 47 And Assistant 47-2 Arrived Being Able To Get To The Person In The JCB Brought The Person Out Of The Water To Meet With Amb. 4-3-1.
While Hurricane Sandy Was Progressing The Work At The Station Was As Well. Starting Friday The Chain Saws Were Serviced At Gap Power. On Saturday The The Personnel Were Working On Various Projects Around The Station. On Monday The Crews Arrived Again Working On Water Rescue Equipment And Getting Ready To Spend The Night At The Station. The Officer's Had Several Meeting During Preparation Saturday & Monday Preparing For The Storm. Monday At 5 O'clock A Meeting For The Entire Company To Discuss The Last Details And Assigning Personnel To All The Companies Apparatus. The Road Closed Signs Were Being Placed On Roads As Needed To Close The Roads Due To High Water. As The evening Continued To Stay Quiet The Personnel Were Enjoying Each Others Friendship. When The First Call Was Received We Received Multiple Calls In A Short Time.
10/28/2012 20:04:12 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-ENTRAPMENT-1A S SINGER AVE / ROUTE 30 PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47, Rescue 48, Squad 47-1. Chief 47 Arrived With A 3 Vehicle Accident Confirming Entrapment. Rescue 47 (Captain 47-3) W/8, Rescue 48 (Deputy 48) Squad 47-1 (Safety 47-1) Squad 47-2 (Fire Police) Arrived Started Working On Extrication On Both Vehicles And Assisting EMS With Patient Care. All Fire & EMS Personnel Did An Outstanding Job Working Together As A Team.
10/27/2012 10:49:25 BRUSH-1A 2 TOWNSHIP DR PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Brush 47, Engine 47-2, Rescue 47. Deputy 47 Arrived To Find Smouldering Pile Of Tree And Recalled The Box.