Monthly Calls
 
Fire
Jobs
Pins
Jan
60
1
0
Feb
58
4
0
Mar
46
0
0
Apr
41
4
0
May
44
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total
249
9
0

Total Calls Per Year
 
Fire
Jobs
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2018
641
25
7
2017
582
23
5
2016
579
23
4
2015
698
34
6
2014
657
20
5
2013
618
19
3
2012
586
31
5
2011
773
17
7
2010
688
28
4
2009
509
10
1




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Busy day for the Middletown Volunteers. This morning, while one member finished up his BVR class at Lower Swatara Fire Department, some of the water rescue personnel participated in a decontamination class, taught by Andy Megonnel from Dauphin County Hazmat. Personnel went over proper recon of PPE, as well as other equipment. Shortly after class wrapped up, Rescue 88 responded to E Main and Spruce Streets to assist with fluid control at a non-injury accident. Then, late this afternoon/early evening, Rescue 88 was dispatched to the 100 block of W Second St in Hummelstown Fire Department’s first due, for an apartment fire, which was quickly upgraded to a 1st Alarm, adding Truck 88. Truck 88 responded with 4 personnel while the Rescue responded with 3 personnel. Both units from 88 arrived and reported to manpower staging, as first in crews made quick work of the fire in a second floor apartment. Rescue 88 was released shortly after the incident was placed under control while the Truck remained on scene and assisted with air monitoring, before being released.

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Busy day for the Middletown Volunteers.  This morning, while one member finished up his BVR class at Lower Swatara Fire Department, some of the water rescue personnel participated in a decontamination class, taught by Andy Megonnel from Dauphin County Hazmat.  Personnel went over proper recon of PPE, as well as other equipment.  Shortly after class wrapped up, Rescue 88 responded to E Main and Spruce Streets to assist with fluid control at a non-injury accident.  Then, late this afternoon/early evening, Rescue 88 was dispatched to the 100 block of W Second St in Hummelstown Fire Department’s first due, for an apartment fire, which was quickly upgraded to a 1st Alarm, adding Truck 88.  Truck 88 responded with 4 personnel while the Rescue responded with 3 personnel.  Both units from 88 arrived and reported to manpower staging, as first in crews made quick work of the fire in a second floor apartment.  Rescue 88 was released shortly after the incident was placed under control while the Truck remained on scene and assisted with air monitoring, before being released. 

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Thank you guys so much for all you do.

The Officers and Members of the Adelia St. house would like to congratulate Live-in Fire Fighter’s Storm Fickes, Christian Slesser, and David Malysz on completing all the in house requirements to ride the Tower Ladder.

Congratulations Men!!!
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The Officers and Members of the Adelia St. house would like to congratulate Live-in Fire Fighter’s Storm Fickes, Christian Slesser, and David Malysz on completing all the in house requirements to ride the Tower Ladder. 

Congratulations Men!!!

 

Comment on Facebook

Congratulations everyone!

Congratulations guys

Congrats gentlemen keep up the strong work! 💪

Congrats to everyone.

Congrats gentlemen

Jacob Robert

Congrats

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations

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This past weekend, the six live-ins, Kody Krupilis, Zachary Cleland, Storm Fickes, Christian Slesser, David Malysz, and Alex Phillips attended Ropes I at HACC. Well done gentlemen, and continue to better the department and the fire service in general through expanding and continuing your education. ... See moreSee less

This past weekend, the six live-ins, Kody Krupilis, Zachary Cleland, Storm Fickes, Christian Slesser, David Malysz, and Alex Phillips attended Ropes I at HACC.  Well done gentlemen, and continue to better the department and the fire service in general through expanding and continuing your education.

 

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Congratulations

Congratulations to Firefighters Christian Slesser aka Bieber, and Morgan Billman, who both graduated from Middletown Area High School in June 4th. Both Firefighter “Bieber” who is now a live-in, will be attending HACC to study Fire Science, while Firefighter Billman will be attending HACC to study Police Science. Congratulations gentlemen, and good luck in your future endeavors! ... See moreSee less

Congratulations to Firefighters Christian Slesser aka Bieber, and Morgan Billman, who both graduated from Middletown Area High School in June 4th.  Both Firefighter “Bieber” who is now a live-in, will be attending HACC to study Fire Science, while Firefighter Billman will be attending HACC to study Police Science.  Congratulations gentlemen, and good luck in your future endeavors!

 

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Congrats Morgan and Christian - you both will do great things!

Congrats and best wishesto both students.

Congrats

Congratulations

Congratulations

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3 weeks ago

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department

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*Followers*

Please be advised that Exelon will test all the emergency sirens around Three Mile Island on Thursday, June 6th at 12:15. During the test all 96 sirens will sound for a full 3 minutes.
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*Followers*

Please be advised that Exelon will test all the emergency sirens around Three Mile Island on Thursday, June 6th at 12:15. During the test all 96 sirens will sound for a full 3 minutes.

 

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Thank you for the heads up. Appreciate the forewarning.

Marie Cavallero Boyle

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This morning around 10:30, Truck 88 was dispatched to assist EMS and PD with an extrication. Truck 88 responded with 4 personnel and was advised that EMS and PD were on scene of a medical emergency and requested the tower-ladder for extrication from a 2nd floor window at which time, Engine 71 was added to assist. Truck 88, Engine 71, both EMS units, and PD worked together to package the patient in a stokes basket, and then move the patient out of the window to the tower-ladder bucket. The patient was then moved to the ground and transferred back to the care of EMS, and fire units cleared within a half hour, after securing the residence with PD. ... See moreSee less

This morning around 10:30, Truck 88 was dispatched to assist EMS and PD with an extrication.  Truck 88 responded with 4 personnel and was advised that EMS and PD were on scene of a medical emergency and requested the tower-ladder for extrication from a 2nd floor window at which time, Engine 71 was added to assist.  Truck 88, Engine 71, both EMS units, and PD worked together to package the patient in a stokes basket, and then move the patient out of the window to the tower-ladder bucket.  The patient was then moved to the ground and transferred back to the care of EMS, and fire units cleared within a half hour, after securing the residence with PD.

 

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You guys are the best! Thanks for always helping us! ❤

Good job

Good job guy's.

3 weeks ago

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department

We would like to congratulate former Chief Ken Whitebread Sr. for being recognized as Police Officer Of The Year with the Northwest Regional Police Department. He also only has a handful of shifts left until he retires!

Congrats Chief!!!!The week of May 12, 2019 is National Police Week. During this month an Officer is selected to be Officer of the Year.

At Tuesday’s Police Commission meeting, Officer Ken Whitebread was awarded Officer of the Year.

Congratulations Officer Whitebread!
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We would like to congratulate former Chief Ken Whitebread Sr. for being recognized as Police Officer Of The Year with the Northwest Regional Police Department.  He also only has a handful of shifts left until he retires!

Congrats Chief!!!!

 

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Congratulations

Congratulations

4 weeks ago

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department

May 29th, 2019 @ 1:10pm: A tornado watch has been issued for parts of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania until 8 PM EDT ... See moreSee less

4 weeks ago

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department

Tuesday 5/28 @ 2PM | A Tornado Watch has been issued for all of Central Pennsylvania until 10PM tonight. Storms have started forming in NW PA and will drift southeast over the next several hours. Stay weather aware this afternoon and have a plan if a tornado warning is issued. Please monitor our Twitter page for updates throughout the rest of the day: www.twitter.com/NWSStateCollege. #PAwx ... See moreSee less

 

 Middletown Fire Co#88
 10 Adelia St
 Middletown Pa, 17057

Phone: (717) 948-3032
Fax: (717)948-3015
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