Rescue requested by PD.

Today, the Susquehanna Township PD requested Rescue 37, to respond for a public assist call, to extricate an adult cat from a storm drain. Crews arrived, and with the use of air from a SCBA cylinder, placed at the other end, they were able to coax the cat to safety.

During this extrication, no firefighters or cats were harmed.


Krista Rodkey gets her first fire in 37-4 box.

Today, FF/EMT Krista Rodkey took on her first interior fire in a 37-4 Box. Krista was second in while making entry through the front door and was able to make an attack on the found kitchen fire.


Structure Fire in 37-4 Box

Crews from Rescue Company 37 responded to a structure fire, with reports of the entire house being involved, and the possibility of the home owner still being inside. Upon arriving, Engine 37 had smoke visible on the “Charlie Side”, Chief 37 took command.

The Engine Crew from 37, forced the front door, making entry into the house, finding a small fire in the kitchen. Company 37 was assisted by Engine 31, which took the hydrant assignment, supplying Engine 37. Engine 32 assisted with searching the home. HFD Tower 2 took the truck assignment, and assisted with overhaul, while Company 35’s Rescue provided RIT.

Susquehanna Twp. EMS was also on the scene along with Chief 84.



Rescue 37 responds to Box 36-81

With multiple accidents on I-81s, Dauphin County dispatched several county units to handle multiple incidents on I-81. Rescue 37 responded to assist company 36 with a tractor trailer accident, involving multiple rigs along with a passenger vehicle. Units from Company 34, Paxtonia, 39, Granville and Company 35, Linglestown also assisted, and handled other incidents along the southbound lanes.

EMS units from company 7 and company 9 handled patient care.

Units were dispatched at 16:49 and according to command, the highway would be closed for the next hour or so.



Rescue 37 heads to Duncannon Event

37 recently headed to Duncannon to help the community celebrate their Sentential.


Summer Fun

Engine 37 made a visit today to one of the summer camps in Susquehanna Township to offer a bit of liquid fun.