Total Calls
  January
34
  February
24
  March
19
  April
  May
  June
  July
  August
  September
  October
  November
  December
  Total
77

BE SURE TO KEEP CHECKING OUR STATION EVENTS ! ! !

This afternoon just after 1500 hours Box 48-5(Hershey) was dispatched for a reported structure fire. Chief 48 went responding and County advised chief 48 of a tree across the road on power lines that possibly caught the side of the house on fire. Chief 48 arrived with a small electrical box fire on the side of the house. Engine 46 w/8 responded and was first arriving and started investigation. Crews from 46 and 48 investigated to find smoldering insulation around a dyer vent. Crews checked for extension, which came up negative. Crews worked for about an hour before returning. ... See moreSee less

This afternoon just after 1500 hours Box 48-5(Hershey) was dispatched for a reported structure fire. Chief 48 went responding and County advised chief 48 of a tree across the road on power lines that possibly caught the side of the house on fire.  Chief 48 arrived with a small electrical box fire on the side of the house. Engine 46 w/8 responded and was first arriving and started investigation. Crews from 46 and 48 investigated to find smoldering insulation around a dyer vent. Crews checked for extension, which came up negative. Crews worked for about an hour before returning.

This morning just after 0630 hour, Box 46-2 was dispatched to S. Hanover St in the area of the on ramp to 322 for an auto accident with injuries. Rescu and Engine companies arrived and performed basic MVA operations before returning. ... See moreSee less

This morning just after 0630 hour, Box 46-2 was dispatched to S. Hanover St in the area of the on ramp to 322 for an auto accident with injuries. Rescu and Engine companies arrived and performed basic MVA operations before returning.

Here it is! 2018 Year in Review! Like it. Share it. Let us know what you think!

youtu.be/Z_taNEBZ8zQA look back into the Year 2018 I do not own rights to the music used in this video
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This is impressive! Thank you all for your service and dedication!

Hummelstown Fire will be releasing its 2018 Year in Review video tonight. Haven't seen the teaser yet? Check it out and be sure to check back tonight for the full video!

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Tonight(March 12, 2019) Hummelstown Fire's administrative and line officers were sworn in by Mayor Roeting for the year 2019. Names are as followed.

Administrative:

President- Steve Weaver
Vice President- Stu Lutz
Vice President- Don Staley
Trustee- Steve Kienzle
Trustee- Dave Deal
Trustee- Bryon Bechtel(Not Pictured)
Secretary- Rich Fanning Sr.
Treasure- Bob Templin

Line Officer:

Chief- Charles Cogan
Deputy Chief- Bud Blough
Assistant Chief- Rich Fanning Jr
Battalion Chief- Scott Simonetti
Captain- Chris Weaver
Lieutenant- Dave Deal
Lieutenant- Zach Halbleib
Safety Officer- Rich Fanning Sr
Fire Police Lieutenant- Delbert Wood
Fire Police Captain- Brian Heisey(Not Pictured)
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Tonight(March 12, 2019) Hummelstown Fires administrative and line officers were sworn in by Mayor Roeting for the year 2019. Names are as followed.

Administrative:

President- Steve Weaver
Vice President- Stu Lutz
Vice President- Don Staley
Trustee- Steve Kienzle
Trustee- Dave Deal
Trustee- Bryon Bechtel(Not Pictured)
Secretary- Rich Fanning Sr.
Treasure- Bob Templin

Line Officer:

Chief- Charles Cogan
Deputy Chief- Bud Blough
Assistant Chief- Rich Fanning Jr
Battalion Chief- Scott Simonetti 
Captain- Chris Weaver
Lieutenant- Dave Deal
Lieutenant- Zach Halbleib
Safety Officer- Rich Fanning Sr
Fire Police Lieutenant- Delbert Wood
Fire Police Captain- Brian Heisey(Not Pictured)

 

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Thanks to all of you for always doing a great job!

Congrats Scott ...

Congratulations to all the firemen!!

Congratulations!!!

Congrats

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**WORKING FIRE**

Engine company is currently operating on Box 36-8(West Hanover) in tbe 700 block of knight drive for a barn fire. Engine 46 arrived laying 900 feet of supply line from the end of the drive way to the scene. Engine crew assisted with fire attack and overhaul. Crews are currently still on scene.
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**WORKING FIRE**

Engine company is currently operating on Box 36-8(West Hanover) in tbe 700 block of knight drive for a barn fire. Engine 46 arrived laying 900 feet of supply line from the end of the drive way to the scene. Engine crew assisted with fire attack and overhaul. Crews are currently still on scene.

 

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Anyone know how this poor goat is doing ? I have more pictures if anyone interested

Animals are okay, still missing 2 goats

Rick Radle Kris Radle

Val here with FOX43 News. May we have your permission to use these photos on-air and online? Who may we credit for them? Thanks in advance!

Sending prayers to all involved!!

Did they save the horses

I pray they got all the horses out and that everyone's okay

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Thank you to everyone that made the effort to stop at the square to donate to us at our boot drive. It was a very successful day! ... See moreSee less

Thank you to everyone that made the effort to stop at the square to donate to us at our boot drive. It was a very successful day!

 

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Happy to Help......I have a suggestion for your next Boot Drive. A little advance advertising may help considerably. I, like a lot of people, often do not carry cash. Just happened to have some this time but If you would put up some signs a few days prior to the Drive......More people would be prepared with some cash to drop in the Boot

I'm happy to be able to help the fire department with their boot drive.

Nice shorts!

Hummelstown Fire is out on the square for our boot drive. We are also reminding people as they change there clocks to also check their batteries in their smoke detectors! ... See moreSee less

Hummelstown Fire is out on the square for our boot drive. We are also reminding people as they change there clocks to also check their batteries in their smoke detectors!

 

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Happy to contribute! Thank you for your selfless service to the community! 👍🏼❤️

What's your "boot drive"?

3 weeks ago

Hummelstown Fire Department

Daylight saving time begins this weekend. 🕰 Make it a tradition to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors when you’re changing your clocks. 🔋

REMEMBER: Working smoke and CO alarms save lives. Test your alarms monthly and replace batteries regularly. Learn more ➡️ bit.ly/2TqBFI7 #DaylightSavings #SpringForward #FireSafety
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4 weeks ago

Hummelstown Fire Department

Spring is right around the corner. Dust off your dancing shoes and join us for an evening of fun! ... See moreSee less