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Today while crews were out checking the roadways, we found 2 kiddos helping us out by clearing a hydrant from snow!

This small act during a snow storm can save minutes for a Firefighter during an emergency.

Great Job Guys!!!
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Today while crews were out checking the roadways, we found 2 kiddos helping us out by clearing a hydrant from snow! 

This small act during a snow storm can save minutes for a Firefighter during an emergency.

Great Job Guys!!!

 

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Way to go

Now that's how it's done. Good work, kids. You've been raised right, you have good hearts. ๐Ÿ’•

Good kids. Parents should be very proud

Thats great

Thank you kids for a great job and thank you to the one raising them right.

Thank you!! Kuddos to them!! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Great job boys. Keep up the good work

Good job boys ๐Ÿ˜

Thank you both!

Thank you boys. Future Firefighters?

Share this to give them credit for a good job!

Great job kiddos! Middletown Proud! ๐Ÿ’ž

Great job, thanks.

Good job guys

Very smart.

Good job guys

Great job kids!!!!

Great job!

Thank you boys it's nice to see the younger generation cares about their town

Awesome job, boys! Media patch should be on this story.

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****WINTER STORM WARNING****

...WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 6 AM WEDNESDAY TO 6 AM EST
THURSDAY...

* WHAT...Heavy snow, then heavy mixed precipitation expected.
Total snow and sleet accumulations of 4 to 6 inches, with
localized amounts up to 8 inches, and ice accumulations of one
tenth to two tenths of an inch are expected.

* WHERE...Portions of South-Central Pennsylvania.

* WHEN...The heaviest snow will fall at a rate of 1 to 2 inches
per hour for 4 to 5 hours during the late morning and early
afternoon hours, before changing to sleet during the afternoon,
then over to lighter freezing rain by Wednesday evening.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Plan on difficult travel conditions,
including during the morning commute on Wednesday. Be prepared
for significant reductions in visibility at times.

* PLEASE HELP US HELP YOU, DIG OUT A NEARBY FIRE HYDRANT IF YOU CAN, REMEMBER 3 FEET THE WHOLE WAY AROUND!!

* Now go get your milk, eggs and bread people!!!!
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Bring it on

**Public Service Announcement**

This morning around 10:53, the Middletown Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to the Driftwood Building in the Village of Pineford for reports of an odor of smoke in the building. Engine 88 made the response in under two minutes.

With that being said, any and all fire related alarms in the Village of Pineford are considered local alarms. This means that they are not monitored by a central monitoring station. We understand that it is possible, like this morning, for the fire alarm to sound for any given amount of time without the fire department ever being aware of the issue. We remind residents to be vigilant and dial 9-1-1 if there is any type of alarm activation. Please also remember that, every alarm should be treated as if there were an actual emergency. We ask that if there is an alarm activation, that you exit the building and close all doors and windows behind you as permissible.

Thank you for your continued support,

The Middletown Volunteer Fire Department
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Rhi Miller

Unfortunately this lack of central alarm notification is common in the most vulnerable multiple occupancies.

***** Happening Now*****

Units are on the scene of a working house fire in the 88-3 box.
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Dave Lacher

Prayers for everyone

Ring alert was S Lawrence and Ann Street?

Be safe!!

* Happening Now *

Truck 88 at it again in Lancaster county, assisting on an industrial fire at the same location earlier today, Truck 88 working the roof.
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* Happening Now *

Truck 88 at it again in Lancaster county, assisting on an industrial fire at the same location earlier today, Truck 88 working the roof.

 

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Engine 88 on the transfer

3 weeks ago

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department

Truck 88 under the command of Lt. M. Krupilis, currently operating at an industrial plant fire in Lancaster County. ... See moreSee less

Truck 88 under the command of Lt. M. Krupilis, currently operating at an industrial plant fire in Lancaster County.

 

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They deserve great respect,like we do our great veterans๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

Thanks for the assistance

Besafe!!

3 weeks ago

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department

Yesterday around 15:00, Rescue-Engine 88 was dispatched as part of the 1st Alarm, to the 7000 blk of Chambers Hill Road in Swatara Twp, for a working garage fire. RE88, under the command of A/C Gilday arrived with 3 personnel and was assigned to send manpower forward however, Engine 91-2, who was operating from Steck Ct(Side Charlie) was out of water due to the only supply line feeding units operating in the driveway of the address. While A/C Gilday and Lt M. Krupilis went to assist with fire suppression, the chauffeur dumped the REโ€™s tank water to E91-2. A/C Gilday, being assigned Side Charlie Supervisor, and crew worked with crews from 91-2 and 59 to open up and extinguish the Charlie Side as all operations were defensive. The RE refilled the tank off of E59 then provided water again to E91-2, until tankers arrived. The crew worked on extinguishment and overhaul before returning to service about 2.5 hours later.

Photos courtesy of Dustin Weese.
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Yesterday around 15:00, Rescue-Engine 88 was dispatched as part of the 1st Alarm, to the 7000 blk of Chambers Hill Road in Swatara Twp, for a working garage fire.  RE88, under the command of A/C Gilday arrived with 3 personnel and was assigned to send manpower forward however, Engine 91-2, who was operating from Steck Ct(Side Charlie) was out of water due to the only supply line feeding units operating in the driveway of the address.  While A/C Gilday and Lt M. Krupilis went to assist with fire suppression, the chauffeur dumped the REโ€™s tank water to E91-2.  A/C Gilday, being assigned Side Charlie Supervisor, and crew worked with crews from 91-2 and 59 to open up and extinguish the Charlie Side as all operations were defensive.  The RE refilled the tank off of E59 then provided water again to E91-2, until tankers arrived.  The crew worked on extinguishment and overhaul before returning to service about 2.5 hours later.  

Photos courtesy of Dustin Weese.

 

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Jennifer Olszewski

Rescue Company currently operating on the 456-3 box for the 1st alarm Garage Fire

Photo Credit: Dave Thompson
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Rescue Company currently operating on the 456-3 box for the 1st alarm Garage Fire 

Photo Credit: Dave Thompson

 

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Is this business or residential

Says garage fire

Stay safe guys

Engine Company operating at multiple crashes on PA 283 ... See moreSee less

Engine Company operating at multiple crashes on PA 283

 

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Driving to work this morning I saw a number of people off the road and I even fish tailed. So I slowed down and put my flashers on. Yet, trucks and cars flying past me going the normal speed limit. People need to slow down, being late is better then getting into an accident.

Prayera to all involve

Yup thatโ€™s it hope everyone made it out safe and healthy

Zackery Ward

Does anyone know what part of 283 this is and how the roads going towards Harrisburg are?

Stay safe !!

Thanks stay safe and warm

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3 weeks ago

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department

Wagon and Tower taking first due responsibilities at the Middletown Area High School. No fire was found. Problem was traced back to steam.59-3 Reported Building Fire @ Middletown Area High School. 1-31-19 ... See moreSee less

Wagon and Tower taking first due responsibilities at the Middletown Area High School. No fire was found. Problem was traced back to steam.

 

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