11/28/2016 18:48:16 INVESTIGATION-OUTSIDE 308 S BELMONT RD PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2. Deputy 47 & Engine 47-2 Made The Response. The Units Cleared The Scene @ 19:40.
11/25/2016 05:36:04 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-TRACTOR TRAILER-1A 4946 LINCOLN HWY SALISBURY TOWNSHIP-Fire Police 47 Assisting Station 45. Kinzer Fire Company Was Working An Incident That Closed Rt.30 Requesting Mutial aid Fire Police. Squad 47-2 (For Fire Police) Made The Response To LINCOLN HWY / MCILVAINE RD To Divert the Rt.30 Traffic around The Scene. Squad 47-2. Cleared The Scene @ 7:26.
11/19/2016 16:49:19 BRUSH-1A 5079 LINCOLN HWY SALISBURY TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 Assist Station 42. Station 42 Was At A Working Corn Field Fire Needed More Water. Engine 47-2 (Captain 47) W/4 Was Responding To Assist Station 45 And Was Requested To Take The Station 42 Call Instead. The Engine Cleared The Scene @ 17:10.
11/19/2016 16:42:12 UNKNOWN TYPE-FIRE 4997 LINCOLN HWY SALISBURY TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 Assist Station 45. Station 45 Was Working Several Brush Fires Right After The Wind Picked Up From The Cold Front Coming Thru LCWC Dispatched Another Call Putting Engine 47-2 On To Cover Engine 45-2. It Was Right At The Busy Time Of The Pig Roast Event At The Station. Engine 47-2 (Captain 47) W/4 Made The Response. Engine 47-2 Was En route To Assist Kinzer Fire Company When Station 42 Was Working A Corn Field Fire needing More Water To Extinguish The Fire Command 42 Ask Command 45 If Engine 47-2 Was Needed At Their Location. Command 45 Released Engine 47-2 From Their Call @ 16:49.
11/19/2016 09:08:27 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-CLASS 2 LINCOLN HWY E / PARADISE LN PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Rescue 47, Engine 47-2 & Squad 47-1. Chief 47 Arrived The Intersection Not Finding Anything, LCWC Reported That Now Receiving A Call For An Incident At Black Horse Road & RT 30. Chief 47 arrived And Reported No Fire Apparatus Needed Clearing The Units @ 9:14.
11/18/2016 20:41:21 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-CLASS 2 ROUTE 30 / N BELMONT RD PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2, Rescue 47 & Squad 47-1. Chief 47, Rescue 47 (Assistant 47-2)W/8, Engine 47-2 Made The Response. The Units Cleared The Scene 21:24.
11/17/2016 23:14:10 BUILDING-OUTBUILDING-2A 141 N RONKS RD EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 & Rescue 47 Assist Station 48. Station 48 Was Dispatched For An Outbuilding With Their Units Arriving With A Building Well Off Requesting 2nd Alarm. Engine 47 (Assistant 47-2) W/7 Responded To Station 48 For A Tanker Fill Site. Rescue 47 (Lt.47-1) W/8 Arrived The Scene With Crew Going To Manpower Staging. The Last of The 47 House Cleared @ 01:47.
11/17/2016 15:59:53 BRUSH-1A 291 WOLF ROCK RD PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Brush 47, Engine 472, Rescue 47. Chief 47 Responded LCWC Reported A Tree On Fire. Chief 47 Arrived Several Minutes Later Confirming The Report. Brush 47 (FF Beiler) W/3, Engine 47-2 (Captain 47) W/7 Arrived To Extinguished the Fire. The Units Cleared The Scene @ 16:39.
11/17/2016 07:33:09 AUTO ALARM-COMMERCIAL 3182 LINCOLN HWY E PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 & Rescue 47. Assistant 47-2 Arrived With Normal Conditions. Assistant 47-2 Could Not Find any Issues And Box Was Canceled @ 7:50.
11/16/2016 16:56:19 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-STANDBY KENEAGY HILL RD / STRASBURG RD PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Fire Police 47 And Rescue 47. Chief 47, Rescue 47 (FF J Beiler) Squad 47-2 (Fire Police) Arrived With A Minor Two Vehicle Crash Set Up Lighting And Worked The Traffic Around The Scene. The Units Cleared The Scene @ 17:25.
11/14/2016 21:29:30 CARDIAC ARREST-CLASS 1 3182 LINCOLN HWY E PARADISE TOWNSHIP -Squad 472. Squad 47-1 (Assistant 47-2) W/5 Made The Response. The Units Cleared The Scene @ 21:47.
11/14/2016 11:56:18 VEHICLE FIRE-1A 3207 LINCOLN HWY E PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 & Rescue 47. Chief 47 Responded LCWC Reported A Vehicle Fire Close To A Shed And The Dwelling. Chief 47 Was 3 Miles Out With Smoke In The Area Requested Tanker 43 For A Precaution. Assistant 43 Arrived The Scene Confirming The Report Of A Well Involved Vehicle With Exposures. Engine 47-2 (Lt.47-1) W/5, Rescue 47 (Assistant 47-2) W/6 Arrived Started Fire Suppression. The Fire Was Quickly Brought Under Control Recalling The Tankers Due To No Extension To The Building. The Units Cleared The Scene @ 13:16.
11/12/2016 07:02:58 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-CLASS 1 BLACK HORSE RD / ROUTE 30 PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2, Rescue 47 & Squad 47-1. Chief 47, Deputy 47, Rescue 47 Made The Response. The Units Cleared The Scene @ 7:55.
11/11/2016 18:22:37 VEHICLE FIRE-1A ROUTE 30 / N BELMONT RD PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 & Rescue 47. Deputy 47, Engine 47-2 & Rescue 47 Made The Response. The Units Cleared The Scene @ 18:40.
11/09/2016 11:41:19 VEHICLE ACCIDENT-ENTRAPMENT-1A 3171 LINCOLN HWY E PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2 & Squad 47-1. (Rescue 47 Was Out Of Service And Was Covered By Rescue 48) Chief 47, Deputy 47, Engine 47-2 (Captain 47) W/7, Squad 47-1 Arrived To Find A Vehicle Caught The Edge Of The Dwelling Continued Into A Treeline With No Entrapment. The Units Cleared The Scene @ 12:30.
11/05/2016 19:25:56 FIRE ACTIVITY 150 CHERRY HILL RD PARADISE TOWNSHIP-Engine 47-2. Engine 47-2 (Chief 47) W/7 Traveled To Cherry Crest Farm To Standby While They Celebrated With Fire Works To End There Year As An Adventure Farm. The Cleared The Farm @ 20:24.
Smoke alarm outreach materials
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Often called the invisible killer, carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless gas created when fuels (such as gasoline, wood, coal, natural gas, propane, oil, and methane) burn incompletely. In the home, heating and cooking equipment that burn fuel can be sources of carbon monoxide. CO alarms should be installed in a central location outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home and in other locations where required by applicable laws, codes or standards. For the best protection, interconnect all CO alarms throughout the home. When one sounds, they all sound. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for placement and mounting height. Choose a CO alarm that has the label of a recognized testing laboratory. Call your local fire department’s non-emergency number to find out what number to call if the CO alarm sounds. Test CO alarms at least once a month; replace them according to the manufacturer’s instructions. If the audible trouble signal sounds, check for low batteries. If the battery is low, replace it. If it still sounds, call the fire department. If the CO alarm sounds, immediately move to a fresh air location outdoors or by an open window or door. Make sure everyone inside the home is accounted for. Call for help from a fresh air location and stay there until emergency personnel. If you need to warm a vehicle, remove it from the garage immediately after starting it. Do not run a vehicle or other fueled engine or motor indoors, even if garage doors are open. Make sure the exhaust pipe of a running vehicle is not covered with snow. During and after a snowstorm, make sure vents for the dryer, furnace, stove, and fireplace are clear of snow build-up. A generator should be used in a well-ventilated location outdoors away from windows, doors and vent openings. Gas or charcoal grills can produce CO — only use outside.