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Jan
50
0
0
Feb
62
4
1
Mar
48
0
0
Apr
43
2
0
May
67
5
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Jun
27
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Jul
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2019
653
20
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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
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Congratulations to Roy Slesser who is the winner of the helmet raffle!!!

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Last evening, the Middletown Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to the 200 block of West Main Street for a reported structure fire with possible entrapment. County advised multiple calls were received and PD has a column. Chief 88-1 arrived on scene with a 2 story duplex, fire showing on second floor. The box was upgraded due to outside temperatures and the address was updated to the 400 block of Apple Ave. Engine 88 split laid from Main/Apple to the scene while Engine 54 completed the lay to the hydrant. Engine 88 crews split between search/rescue and extinguishment. Rescue 88 arrived securing a second hydrant at Wood/Selma. Rescue 88 crews assisted with interior operations and roof ventilation. All searches turn up negative. Command marked control approximately 45 minutes into the incident and Red Cross was notified for the victims. Engine 88 and Truck 50 remained on scene with fire investigators.

Thank you to the mutual aid units that assisted on scene, as well as Linglestown and Palmyra for standing by at our station to cover our area.

Special Thank You to the members and spouses for having food and cold drinks ready for our return.
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Last evening, the Middletown Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to the 200 block of West Main Street for a reported structure fire with possible entrapment. County advised multiple calls were received and PD has a column. Chief 88-1 arrived on scene with a 2 story duplex, fire showing on second floor. The box was upgraded due to outside temperatures and the address was updated to the 400 block of Apple Ave. Engine 88 split laid from Main/Apple to the scene while Engine 54 completed the lay to the hydrant. Engine 88 crews split between search/rescue and extinguishment. Rescue 88 arrived securing a second hydrant at Wood/Selma. Rescue 88 crews assisted with interior operations and roof ventilation. All searches turn up negative. Command marked control approximately 45 minutes into the incident and Red Cross was notified for the victims. Engine 88 and Truck 50 remained on scene with fire investigators. 

Thank you to the mutual aid units that assisted on scene, as well as Linglestown and Palmyra for standing by at our station to cover our area. 

Special Thank You to the members and spouses for having food and cold drinks ready for our return.

 

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Nice work gents!

Good job.

Thank you for your service!

Thanks for your service guys

We saw this happen. It was so sad! My thoughts are with the family. I couldn’t imagine.

Janet Sheaffer Pickel this is why I smelled and saw smoke.

Thanks guys for your service.

God bless you guys

Job well done!!! Thank you

Thank you all for your service. stay safe a prayer is always with you all ..

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>>>>>HAPPENING NOW<<<<<
MVFD 88 crew is currently on scene in the 400 blk. of Apple Avenue in the Borough for a 1st alarm working structure fire.
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Praying

Be safe!!!

Stay safe Middletown Volunteer Fire Department

FYI- Nobody has hit a winning number yet for the Helmet raffle. We will continue checking every night until a winner is announced. Many tickets were unsold because of cancelled events due to COVID-19.

Again we will announce the winner as soon as there is one.
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Yes at the station

Are tickets still available?

Heat-related illnesses are preventable. Learn the symptoms and what to do if you or a loved one shows signs of having a heat-related illness. ... See moreSee less

Heat-related illnesses are preventable. Learn the symptoms and what to do if you or a loved one shows signs of having a heat-related illness.

It gives us great pleasure to announce that the Middletown Volunteer Fire Dept has reached the Silver Level of Recognition with the Pennsylvania Office of the State Fire Commissioner.

Our department was previously at the Bronze Level, meaning that at least 50% of our members have earned a certification through either IFSAC or Proboard. These internationally recognized levels are identified in the NFPA Professional Qualification series of standards.

Our department surpassed the 75% certified mark, making us a participant at the Silver Level with the State Fire Academy. We currently stand at over 77% certified. This makes us the only all-volunteer organization to reach this level or higher in Dauphin County and within the top 4.73% of the state!

Congratulations to our hard working members.
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It gives us great pleasure to announce that the Middletown Volunteer Fire Dept has reached the Silver Level of Recognition with the Pennsylvania Office of the State Fire Commissioner.  

Our department was previously at the Bronze Level, meaning that at least 50% of our members have earned a certification through either IFSAC or Proboard.  These internationally recognized levels are identified in the NFPA Professional Qualification series of standards.

Our department surpassed the 75% certified mark, making us a participant at the Silver Level with the State Fire Academy.  We currently stand at over 77% certified.  This makes us the only all-volunteer organization to reach this level or higher in Dauphin County and within the top 4.73% of the state! 

Congratulations to our hard working members.

 

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Congratulations

Awesome job

Congratulations & thank you for your service! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Great job keep up the good work very proud of you men and woman

Congrats. God bless ya.

Good job guys.

Congratulations and thanks to all the volunteers and your hard work!

Congratulations

Well done

Congratulations

Way to go congratulations

Something to be very proud of Congratulations! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congratulations πŸ‘

Congradulations

Congrats to all

Congratulations!!

Congratulations!!

Congratulations guys...it is well deserved 🍾

Congratulations!!

Congrats to all the members. A job well deserved.

Congratulations all that hard work paid.

Congratulations to all for you hard work.

Congratulations. That is a proud accomplishment for all of you and for our town 🀩.

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The MVFD has taken action and decided to put a hold on the 2020 Gun/Cash Smoker that was to be held on October 17, 2020. In these uncertain times the membership believes that the best option is to put the event on hold.

As COVID-19 guidance evolves, the opportunity may arise that the MVFD is able to have the event. Safety is always priority 1 for our members, fellow EMS providers that share our facility and our guests. Right now safety is an issue that we cannot guarantee.

Our hope is that through the summer we can get back to whatever our new normal will look like and we can proceed with our event.

Thank you to everyone over the last 11 years for making our event a success. If we are unable to have our event in 2020, you can bet we'll be back in 2021!
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Last evening, Lower Swatara Fire Department announced the untimely passing of President Mike McKillip. Mike McKillip served the Lower Swatara Fire Department since 1989 as a volunteer firefighter and ended his watch as President of the department.

The Middletown Volunteer Fire Department would like to express their deepest condolences to the family and friends of Mike, as well as Lower Swatara Fire Department.

Thank you for your service.
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Last evening, Lower Swatara Fire Department announced the untimely passing of President Mike McKillip. Mike McKillip served the Lower Swatara Fire Department since 1989 as a volunteer firefighter and ended his watch as President of the department. 

The Middletown Volunteer Fire Department would like to express their deepest condolences to the family and friends of Mike, as well as Lower Swatara Fire Department.

Thank you for your service.

 

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So very sorry to hear about this. My deepest sympathy to him family and to all the firefighters who knew him. Rest in peace Mike. Thank you for your service.

So very sorry to hear this. Rest In Peace Mike.

So sorry to hear this prayers for all

Ty for your service Sir

Rip brother

RIP Mike. Condolences to his family and his Firefighter family.

RIP in peace, Mike, Bob and I always enjoyed our conversations with you at the Bears hockey games. Thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.

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TMI Siren Test - June 4, 2020

Exelon will test all 96 sirens for Three Mile Island located within the 10 mile emergency planning zone. The test will be on Thursday, June 4th at 12:15pm.
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TMI Siren Test - June 4, 2020

Exelon will test all 96 sirens for Three Mile Island located within the 10 mile emergency planning zone. The test will be on Thursday, June 4th at 12:15pm.

 

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Why?

Amanda Rosenbaum

Maybe for when they take it down. Just incase something would happen..

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department would like send our condolences to Northwest EMS 86. Today, Paramedic Doug Zima passed away in the line of duty. Thank you for your service and dedication to the community. ... See moreSee less

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department would like send our condolences to Northwest EMS 86. Today, Paramedic Doug Zima passed away in the line of duty. Thank you for your service and dedication to the community.

 

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Prayers πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

Peace and prayers

RIP thoughts and prayers to the family andthe EMS group

Rest In Peace thoughts and prayers are with the family and the department

RIP Doug

RIP Doug prayers sent to your family πŸ’”

Prayers for his family

RIP my condolences to the family and to the station from San Juan County NM Fire Dept Dist11

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 Middletown Pa, 17057

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