Engine and Truck 88 just returned from a pile of skids on fire up against a building in the 59-1 Box area. Engine 88 arrived taking the first due Engine Company assignment and the Truck arrived taking the first due truck company assignment. Engine pulled a line to knock the fire and the truck went to the roof to check for extension. Crews were out for a little over an hour before going available. ... See moreSee less
Truck and Engine 88 are on the scene of a large outside fire next to the building on Capital Lane. Engine 88 assumed the first in engine assignment and had a quick knock on the bulk of the fire. Crews are still working. ... See moreSee less
Shortly after noon today, Rescue 88 was dispatched to Fulling Mill Rd in the 59-10 box( Lower Swatara Fire Department ) for an accident with entrapment. R59 responded shortly after and was advised of a tractor trailer overturned in a parking lot, with the tractor in the air and the driver was unable to get out. Hearing the additional info, A/C Gilday inquired with R59 if they wanted the Truck rather than the Rescue and Truck 88 responded with 3. Upon arrival, the Truck was set up and the crew made a face to face with the driver while awaiting the arrival of Cocker's Towing Inc, with a rotator. Once the jockey truck was secured by Cocker’s, the driver was assisted out of the cab, into the bucket, and returned to the ground. Truck 88 cleared a short time later and responded to an AFA in Elizabethtown, but was cancelled. ... See moreSee less
That’s identical!!!! Now.... if only our scope had been in service 🤦🏻♂️ But we had scissor lift 50 🤭
Them dam jockey drivers be flying through the dam yard for no dam reason. Slow down
Well looks like another
And you'll talk crap about swift he must have been trained by crst
Hope he was wearing his brown pants.
HAHA, that trailer weighs alot less then our Municipal Waste ones. Coming in hot!!!
He don't have a job anymore after overturning this trailer and if it was loaded with product and it was destroyed
Wheelchocks, Rescue Jack's and little giant ladder...done
Trying to meet his quota?
Is that Schneider Electric
Talk about Unusual Jobs
Jeremy Asencio Jerome Hackney .... I guess it happens more often than you’d think
Nate Frey, Ken Corl
Leon Gage scott
Keep in mind that containers are sketchy at the best of times, they are heavy, narrow and have a high center of gravity, you never know who or how they were handled in the journey and it is very possible that the load is all shifted to one side of the "can" and you have no way of knowing that until it gets squirrel on you. Jockeys are always "behind" and pressured to get current when you pick up these trailers and then make a cut to back or pull these things out of a door it is very easy to remove what ever stability is left in the can, since the trailer out ways a light weight yard horse by a lot, this happens, and often at no fault of the driver. Hopefully the driver did not get hurt to badly as most jockeys, rules or not do not wear a seat belt, they are in and out of that cab three to four times per move (1 airlines, check pin, pull chock, move forward, 2 check close doors, move trailer, 3 unhook lines 4 may have to open doors or place chock) Often can move on average 8-20 trailers a hour, so no belt equals thrown around in that metal box (cab) like a bean in a can
Stupid JOCKEY DRIVER
Ricky, Brennan, Philip
I wonder if theyre hiring for a jockey truck driver
Around lunch time the truck loaded up and headed to one of the baseball fields in town to assist the Middletown Area Baseball Association with putting up the netting for the batting cage. ... See moreSee less