Monthly Calls
 
Fire
Jobs
Pins
Jan
78
4
1
Feb
38
4
2
Mar
63
3
1
Apr
37
1
1
May
53
1
0
Jun
14
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total
283
13
5

Total Calls Per Year
 
Fire
Jobs
Pins
2018
283
13
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
2008
631
18
9




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Truck 88 currently on a transfer assignment at Harrisburg City station 2 with Engine 40 (Paxtang Fire) while the city units work a fire in the “Uptown” district ... See moreSee less

Truck 88 currently on a transfer assignment at Harrisburg City station 2 with Engine 40 (Paxtang Fire) while the city units work a fire in the “Uptown” district

 

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Thank you dear

2 weeks ago

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department

www.facebook.com/282963308399618/posts/2129404373755493/Company 54, 88 and 71 from Lancaster was dispatched for a train vs. car at the South Gate of TMI. Chief 54-2 (Naples) arrived with a unoccupied parked vehicle that was struck by a loaded south bound bulk oil train. Chief 54-1 and FF/EMT Keister walked 0.8 miles to the stopped train to meet with the conductor and to inspect any damage to the train. Finding minor damage to the Locomotive and no injuries, crew returned back to the South Gate on Bainbridge FD's Gator 71. Scene was turned over to Norfolk Southern representatives and cleared the box. ... See moreSee less

https://www.facebook.com/282963308399618/posts/2129404373755493/

3 weeks ago

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department

New Danville was dispatched early this afternoon to standby at Station 80 as they were assisting York County at the Donsco Foundry fire. The engine was released to return to station 55 just before 10:30PM.

On standby along with 55-1 was Middletown Ladder 88. This is probably a once in a lifetime event.

Images by Don Shenk - Foto 55
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Truck 88 currently transferred to Lancaster County Station 80(Columbia), while units work a multiple alarm fire just across the river in Wrightsville, York County. ... See moreSee less

Truck 88 currently transferred to Lancaster County Station 80(Columbia), while units work a multiple alarm fire just across the river in Wrightsville, York County.

Boat and Squad 88 just cleared from a water rescue in Lancaster County in the area of the Falmouth Boat Launch ... See moreSee less

Boat and Squad 88 just cleared from a water rescue in Lancaster County in the area of the Falmouth Boat Launch

3 weeks ago

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department

Today we gathered to honor those who served in protecting our country. We also to the time to pay respect and to honor two of our members who lost their lives in the line of duty.

Harold Wise Mansberger
Member of the Rescue Hose Company No.3 died July 18, 1947 while attempting to rescue several individuals whose boat capsized on the Swatara Creek at the former Iron Mine Run Dam.

Charles F. “Pete” Waple
Member of the Union Hose Company No.1 was killed July 26, 1973 in the wreck of former Attack 1 while responding to a reported House Fire in Londonderry Township. The accident occurred on Route 230 in the 4100 block of East Harrisburg Pike.

Rest In Peace Brothers and from our Firehouse family to all that served and currently serving for our country, Thank you for your service.
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Today we gathered to honor those who served in protecting our country. We also to the time to pay respect and to honor two of our members who lost their lives in the line of duty. 

Harold Wise Mansberger 
Member of the Rescue Hose Company No.3 died July 18, 1947 while attempting to rescue several individuals whose boat capsized on the Swatara Creek at the former Iron Mine Run Dam.

Charles F. “Pete” Waple 
Member of the Union Hose Company No.1 was killed July 26, 1973 in the wreck of former Attack 1 while responding to a reported House Fire in Londonderry Township. The accident occurred on Route 230 in the 4100 block of East Harrisburg Pike.

Rest In Peace Brothers and from our Firehouse family to all that served and currently serving for our country, Thank you for your service.

 

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Growing up by the Union, I was 14 at the time Pete was lost. What a devastating loss to the house but I remember the "somberness" if the neighborhood. RIP brother.

1 month ago

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department

Yesterday we had the privilege to escort Junior FF Morgan Billman and his date to the Middletown Area High School Prom. ... See moreSee less

Yesterday we had the privilege to escort Junior FF Morgan Billman and his date to the Middletown Area High School Prom.

 

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Very beautiful!

The Fire Service Certification Advisory Committee of the Office of the State Fire Commissioner recognizes the Middletown Fire Department as a Participating Department of the Pennsylvania Fire Service Certification Program. The MVFD has certified over 50% of its active members to the National Professional Qualification Standards. ... See moreSee less

The Fire Service Certification Advisory Committee of the Office of the State Fire Commissioner recognizes the Middletown Fire Department as a Participating Department of the Pennsylvania Fire Service Certification Program.  The MVFD has certified over 50% of its active members to the National Professional Qualification Standards.

1 month ago

Middletown Volunteer Fire Department

Last night members of the Middletown volunteer fire department were honored at the monthly borough council business meeting by Chief Whitebread, Mayor Curry, and Representative Mahaffie for their heroic efforts in the rescue of a trapped victim of a recent fire.

Deputy Chief Scott Fink
Captain Scott Adkins
Firefighter Zachary Cleland
Firefighter Kody Krupilis
Firefighter Brent Walko
Firefighter Christopher Coble
Firefighter Cody Hepner

These members received an award from the mayors office, unit citations from the house of representatives, and their metals of bravery from the fire chief. We are proud to call these men our brothers. The job they performed is what we are all about. Congratulations men and well deserved!

Pictures courtesy of Michelle Goho.
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Last night members of the Middletown volunteer fire department were honored at the monthly borough council business meeting by Chief Whitebread, Mayor Curry, and Representative Mahaffie for their heroic efforts in the rescue of a trapped victim of a recent fire.

Deputy Chief Scott Fink
Captain Scott Adkins
Firefighter Zachary Cleland
Firefighter Kody Krupilis
Firefighter Brent Walko
Firefighter Christopher Coble
Firefighter Cody Hepner

These members received an award from the mayors office, unit citations from the house of representatives, and their metals of bravery from the fire chief. We are proud to call these men our brothers. The job they performed is what we are all about. Congratulations men and well deserved!

Pictures courtesy of Michelle Goho.

 

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Awesome and Thank you for your service! 🇺🇸

I want to thank ALL of the volunteers at Station 88 as a wife of a retired firefighter I appreciate all that you do.

Aww..Zach and Kody, my surrogate sons. Great job!

You guys rock!!!! You’re so appreciated in all u do! Hi Zachary Cleland! Great job buddy 😘 Thank u all for your service

Great work guys, but who's the guy with the blue shirt and the big head in all the pictures, doesn't he know he's in the way, in every picture, dummy, move it guy

Thank you for volunteering!!

Great job. .....THANK YOU for all you do to keep us safe......

Awesome. Thank you for your service and dedication to your community.

Strong work fellas

Great Job, thank you for your service to the boro

Congratulations gentlemen. Thank you for your service. Well deserved. 🙌

A job well done. ....THANK YOU. ...for your service. ....

That's awesome! Congratulations Gentlemen!

Thank you all!

WTG! Congrats and thanks for what you do

Way to go Station 88

Outstanding work brothers!

Job well done brothers

Ty for your service

Congrats job well done

Strong work men !!!!

Job well done!

Great Job guys!!

Strong work dudes!

CONGRATS 88

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 10 Adelia St
 Middletown Pa, 17057

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