MVA – Box 37-1

Rescue 37 responded to a MVA in the 37-1 Box today. Chief 37 had command, and directed the crew from Rescue 37 to stabilize the vehicle and assist with patient care. Once the occupant of the vehicle was out of the vehicle, STEMs then transported. In addition, FM84 was also on the scene along with STPD.

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Box 38-4 / Dauphin 322 / Brush Fire

Company 37 assisted Company38 with multiple brush fires along 22/322, and the Norfolk Southern Lines, from the Clarks Ferry Bridge down into the Dauphin. Units from Dauphin, Perry and Cumberland County assisted with this incident, along with Forestry Crews.

Engine 37-1 respond into Dauphin, to set up a fill site, and Tanker 37 responded to the scene.

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Box 37-5 – Working Structure Fire

Company 37 responded to a reported working structure fire at 1600 Rome Terrace, in Susquehanna Township. Chief 37-2 arrived on the scene, establishing 37 Command, and confirmed a working structure fire. Chief 37-1 took interior operations, along with FF/Boland, and made a quick knock of the fire. Company 32 Truck Company went to the roof along with crews from Rescue 40. Engine Company 32 assisted Company 37 with the interior attack, and assisted with overhaul.

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Command – Chief 37-2
Photos – Chief 37, Progress Fire

Rescue Fire Co. and HFD participate in Special Vehicle Training

The members of the Rescue Fire Co. along with Harrisburg Bureau of Fire completed a 2 day Special Vehicle Training through HAAC. The members of both departments had a both a full day of class room and full day of working on large vehicles, including several Tractor Trailers and also a Dozer.

In addition, the members had a opportunity to use from Paratech their new MultiForce Bag. The crews used the Multiforce to lift a dozer with a full load. The demo bag was loaned to the department from Fire Rescue Products of Harrisburg.

A special thanks goes out to River Drive of Harrisburg for both the use of their facility and vehicles, and also their participation in the training.

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Heavy Rescue 37 – Training at HAAC

Members of the Rescue Fire Co. headed up to HAAC’s Fire Training Grounds to lift things up, and put them down. The crews using air bags, lifted an empty rail car. The members plan on more trainings of this type throughout the year.

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Busy times at the 37 House

The past 24 hours have been busy at Station 37, with a visit from one of our local Girl Scout Troops, the monthly company meeting, medical calls, a transfer assignment to Camp Hill, Station 14, a MVA at Linglestown and Front St., a vehicle leaking fluids and a structure fire in Box 36-7.

These calls have kept the Squad and Special Unit, Engine 37-1 and both the Rescue and Tanker, busy most of the day.

Thank you to Company 32 with the assist today on the MVA.

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