Monthly Calls
 
Calls
Jobs
Pins
Jan
33
1
0
Feb
27
1
1
Mar
26
0
0
Apr
33
0
0
May
26
1
0
Jun
15
2
0
Jul
0
0
0
Aug
0
0
0
Sep
0
0
0
Oct
0
0
0
Nov
0
0
0
Dec
0
0
0
Total
160
5
1

Total Calls Per Year
 
Calls
Jobs
Pins
2015
327
16
10
2014
347
19
10
2013
316
24
9
2012
303
27
7
2011
425
10
5
2010
301
9
5
2009
261
8
7
2008
245
14
7

Upcoming Events
Company Meetings

Second Monday of every month, meeting starts at 1930.


Company Training

First and third Wednesday of each month. Training starts at 1830



June 25, 2016
2016 Tri-County Firemen's Sportsmen's Raffle

 
Sun, Nov 15th, 2015 9:00:00 am - 2016 TCFSR Calendars are now for sale. To purchase one, see any member today. We will have online purchasing set up shortly for your convenience. ...Continued

Join the Team, Become a Volunteer Firefighter
Sun, Aug 23rd, 2015 12:00:00 pm - Have you ever wanted to make a difference? Be a part of a team that works closely together? Help people in their time of need? The DFC is always accepting applications for membership. Applicants must be over the age of 14. There are four types of membership. Junior, Fire Fighter, Fire Police, and Social. Junior Fire Fighters are between the ages of fourteen and eighteen ...Continued

 

3 Run Day Including A Working FIre

 
Tue, Jun 21st, 2016 9:28:00 am - The day started off just before 0930 hrs with the Squad being sent to Dauphin County on 22/322 @ MM189 for an auto accident. Squad 2 (Capt. Conrad) arrived to find a single vehicle on its roof with two patients self extricated from the vehicle. Squad crews assisted with patient care and controlled hazards around the scene along with assiting with traffic control. Just after 1100 ...Continued

Apartment Building with Smoke Showing
Mon, Jun 13th, 2016 2:32:00 pm - Just after 1430hrs, Perry County Communications started the box on Susanne Drive in the Pfautz apartment complex for reports of a building on fire in the Box 2-06. Squad 2 (Capt. Conrad) arrived with smoke from the rear of a 3 story apartment building. Squad crews pulled a 200' 1 3/4" line and found a working fire in a utility room with minor extension into the wall of ...Continued

 

Single Vehicle on Creek Road

 
Tue, May 17th, 2016 8:52:00 pm - Squad 2 (Asst. Chief C. Wise Jr.) and Chief 2 (Worner) responded along with EMS to the 100 block of Creek Road for an auto accident with unknown injuries. Chief 2 arrived finding a single vehicle over an embankment with one occupant. Squad 2 arrived, stabilizing the vehicle with chain and establishing safe access to the vehicle utilizing a roof ladder and rope. Crews assisted ...Continued

Engine & Tanker Assist New Bloomfield
Sat, May 7th, 2016 11:03:00 am - Perry County Communications dispatched units to Metz Lane in New Bloomfield Fire Co. first due for a reported house fire. Chief 8-1 arrived on location with smoke from a 1 story house. Tanker 2 (Asst. Chief C. Wise Jr.) arrived and prepared to supply water. Engine 2 (Lt. Hoover) arrived, picking up Engines 8's 5" at the end of the lane and sending crew forward. ...Continued

 

2 Calls at Suquenita School District

 
Fri, May 6th, 2016 9:00:00 am - While crews were getting ready for the semi-annual Mock Crash, Utility 2 was alerted to assist EMS with a cardiac arrest at the Susquenita Elementary School. The Squad (Dep. Chief Worner) and Truck (FF Jumper) responded within seconds in place of the Utility. EMS and Co. 2 arrived together locating a 9 year old that was not in cardiac arrest. Crews assited EMS and was released shortly ...Continued

Busy Day for the 2 House
Sat, Apr 23rd, 2016 12:38:00 pm - The afternoon started off with the Squad (Asst. Chief C. Wise Jr.), Tanker (FF D. Leonhard), and Brush (FF B. Leonhard) being dispatched to Dauphin County to assist with numerous spot fires along the railroad tracks. The fires started at Inglenook Rd. in Halifax's first due and continued down river to Dauphin-Middle Paxton's first due. Crews stretched 500' of 1 3/4" line down the embankment to ...Continued

 

Six Run Day for the DFC

 
Mon, Apr 18th, 2016 10:00:00 am - Between 1000hrs and 1600hrs The DFC has been dispatched on 6 calls. The morning started off with the Squad being dispatched to Liverpool Township as the RIT on a house fire. Chief 5-4 arrived with the fire to be out and held the box to his company and Engine 7, placing the Squad in service. Shortly after 1100, Engine 2 (Capt. Conrad) was alerted to transfer ...Continued

Three Call Day for the DFC
Fri, Apr 15th, 2016 8:25:00 am - The day started off with Perry County Comm. alerting DFC units to 3 Newport Road for a wildfire at 0825hrs. Chief 2 (Worner) arrived to find a camp fire had burned into a dead tree. Brush 2 (FF/FP Liddick) arrived and extinguished the fire within the tree. Tanker 2 (Capt. Conrad) staged on the hard road before going available. At 1048hrs, Tanker 2 (Dep. Chief ...Continued