Total Calls
  January
31
  February
19
  March
29
  April
31
  May
17
  June
30
  July
34
  August
32
  September
19
  October
31
  November
26
  December
31
  Total
330

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Engine Company currently on the transfer assignment to Lebanon County Station 2 (Campbelltown) while they work at the Palmyra fire. ... See moreSee less

Engine Company currently on the transfer assignment to Lebanon County Station 2 (Campbelltown) while they work at the Palmyra fire.

 

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Thank you guys for all you do.

2 days ago

Hummelstown Fire Department

**WORKING FIRE**

Rescue company just cleared their 6th working fire of the year. This time Rescue 46 was called to Palmyra, Lebanon County. Rescue crew arrived and was giving the RIT Assignment. Crews worked for about an 1.5 hours before returning.
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**WORKING FIRE**

Rescue company just cleared their 6th working fire of the year. This time Rescue 46 was called to Palmyra, Lebanon County. Rescue crew arrived and was giving the RIT Assignment. Crews worked for about an 1.5 hours before returning.

 

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Where is this at

Where at?

400 block of E High St in Palmyra

Thank you for your service!!

Pacma industries

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A sneak peak at what is to come in the 2017 Year in Review Banquet video that is to be released March 10, 2018A quick look at what is to come in the 2017 Year in Review banquet video that is to be released March 10, 2018 Music: Born Ready- Zayde Wolf ... See moreSee less

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4 days ago

Hummelstown Fire Department

**FIRST DUE FATAL FIRE**

This morning just before 08:30 hours, Box 46-2 was dispatched for a reported structure fire in the 200 block of Duke St. Chief and Engine 46 arrived with a 2 story middle of the row with smoke showing from the second floor. Engine 46 took first due responsibilities laying in from Duke and Wall St and stretching a line to the second floor making an agressive and quick stop on the fire. With Truck 46 right behind the engine taking Side C of the structure taking the first due truck responsibilities. Crews worked for about 1.5 hours before returning available.

This call is still under investigation and nothing further will be posted.
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**FIRST DUE FATAL FIRE**

This morning just before 08:30 hours, Box 46-2 was dispatched for a reported structure fire in the 200 block of Duke St. Chief and Engine 46 arrived with a 2 story middle of the row with smoke showing from the second floor. Engine 46 took first due responsibilities laying in from Duke and Wall St and stretching a line to the second floor making an agressive and quick stop on the fire. With Truck 46 right behind the engine taking Side C of the structure taking the first due truck responsibilities. Crews worked for about 1.5 hours before returning available. 

This call is still under investigation and nothing further will be posted.

 

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My thoughts and prayers are with all affected!!

Just wondered who passed away from the fire?

Prayers for everyone involved

Great job 46! Couldn’t ask for a better group of guys and girls. The loss is unfortunate, but a good stop was made.

That's so sad.

Good job Station 46

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5 days ago

Hummelstown Fire Department

** 6 calls for service including a Working Fire **

Today was a busy day for Hummelstown Fire answering 6 calls starting off in the early morning hours with an automatic alarm in 88(Middletown) first due. Around lunch time, Truck 46 was called as a replacement for a possible structure fire in 88s first due, the truck was quickly canceled. This evening as crews loaded up and were going to pay there respect for US Marshal Christopher Hill's procession , Box 46-2 was dispatched for a possible stove fire. Chief 46-2 arrived and quickly scaled back the box to find burnt food. 46 crews also handled a Gas Leak inside a structure in the 46-1 box area. As Truck 46 went responding to the gas leak, they were quickly diverted to the 48-4 box area(Hershey) for a working garage fire. Truck 46 took first due truck responsibilities. Then to end the evening Rescue 46 took in an automatic alarm in the 45-4 box area(Rutherford)
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** 6 calls for service including a Working Fire **

Today was a busy day for Hummelstown Fire answering 6 calls starting off in the early morning hours with an automatic alarm in 88(Middletown) first due. Around lunch time, Truck 46 was called as a replacement for a possible structure fire in 88s first due, the truck was quickly canceled. This evening as crews loaded up and were going to pay there respect for US Marshal Christopher Hills procession , Box 46-2 was dispatched for a possible stove fire. Chief 46-2 arrived and quickly scaled back the box to find burnt food. 46 crews also handled a Gas Leak inside a structure in the 46-1 box area. As Truck 46 went responding to the gas leak, they were quickly diverted to the 48-4 box area(Hershey) for a working garage fire. Truck 46 took first due truck responsibilities. Then to end the evening Rescue 46 took in an automatic alarm in the 45-4 box area(Rutherford)

 

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God bless you all. Thank you for your service.

Busy night!!! Stay safe!

Stay safe

Thank you be safe..

Thank you for all you do

Thank you

Thanks to all the emergency workers

Where r they going now

Thank you!! Stay safe.

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Our thoughts and prayers go to the family of the US Marshal that lost his life and to the families of the two officers that were injured in todays tragic police incident in Harrisburg. ... See moreSee less

Our thoughts and prayers go to the family of the US Marshal that lost his life and to the families of the two officers that were injured in todays tragic police incident in Harrisburg.

Company 46 and mutual aid units just cleared the 46-2 box for a HazMAT. Crews were called to the 200 block of W. Main St. Rescue 46 w/4 and Engine 46 w/ 4 arrived and metered the house with readings coming up negative. Crews found that the homeowner mixed 2 chemicals and dumped them down a bathroom tub. Rescue 46 and Engine 71 crews ran water through the tubs and sinks to drain the rest of the chemicals throughout the house. Crews worked for about an hour before returning. ... See moreSee less

Company 46 and mutual aid units just cleared the 46-2 box for a HazMAT. Crews were called to the 200 block of W. Main St. Rescue 46 w/4 and Engine 46 w/ 4 arrived and metered the house with readings coming up negative. Crews found that the homeowner mixed 2 chemicals and dumped them down a bathroom tub. Rescue 46 and Engine 71 crews ran water through the tubs and sinks to drain the rest of the chemicals throughout the house. Crews worked for about an hour before returning.

2 weeks ago

Hummelstown Fire Department

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2 weeks ago

Hummelstown Fire Department

**WORKING FIRE**

Truck company just returned from a working fire on Box 88-3(Middletown) Truck company arrived as 2nd due truck and threw ladders and assisted with overall. Crews worked for a little over an hour before returning available
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**WORKING FIRE**

Truck company just returned from a working fire on Box 88-3(Middletown) Truck company arrived as 2nd due truck and threw ladders and assisted with overall. Crews worked for a little over an hour before returning available

 

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Was Fireman Allwein on board?

2 weeks ago

Hummelstown Fire Department

January's Bingo Blast
SaturdayJan 27th Doors and kitchen open at 5pm and Bingo starts at 7pm
Prizes will be one $1,000.00 and one $ 500.00 Jackpots.Four Regular games during the night will be worth $ 100.00 each. A speed ball game will be played before the last game of the evening will be worth $ 150.00. **1 TV PER ROW WILL BE GIVEN AWAY** Special Kitchen Prices For The Night

Bingo BlastJanuary 27, 2018, 7:00pmHummelstown Fire DepartmentJanuary's Bingo Blast
SaturdayJan 27th Doors and kitchen open at 5pm and Bingo starts at 7pm
Prizes will be one $1,000.00 and one $ 500.00 Jackpots.Four Regular games during the night will be worth $ 100.00 each. A speed ball game will be played before the last game of the evening will be worth $ 150.00. **1 TV PER ROW WILL BE GIVEN AWAY** Special Kitchen Prices For The Night
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Bingo Blast