2 days ago

Palmyra Fire

Monday evening the Wagon and Tower loaded up and headed South to Manheim Township Lancaster County to support Deputy Chief Travis Duncan and Asst. Chief Justin Gernert whom both recently were hired by Manheim Township Fire Rescue as Career Firemen. They were both sworn in and received their badge which was pinned on by their family. They both will still be remaining in their current positions with Palmyra Fire as they start their new endeavors. The Rescue Engine remained staffed in station and handled an MVA during the ceremony. ... See moreSee less

 

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Congratulations to you both!!

Congratulations guys! You two deserve it!

Congratulations to you both.

Congratulations you two. Awesome

Congratulations Travis and Justin!!!

Congratulations guys!!!👍

Congrats!

Congrats!

Hey, I know those dudes lol

Congratulations!!

Congratulations to you both, thanks for your service

Fantastic. Congratulations to you both!

Congrats brothers!

Congratulations Justin and Travis. You guys deserve it. Thank you for your service.

Congrats!!!!!

Congrats!

Excellent! #nofacebooktravis

Congratulations!

Congrats Firefighter Rookies, Hahaha Seriously welcome to the Paid side

Congratulations!

Congrats to the both of you!

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations guys you both deserve it

Congrats Men

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5 days ago

Palmyra Fire

Crews were out this morning to participate in the Londonderry Village Veterans Parade. PA State Rep. Frank Ryan stopped to visit the crew before the parade kicked off. Captain Spencer and Col. Ryan, Marine Corps veterans, shared a hearty birthday greeting to celebrate the 243rd Birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps. Thank you to Londonderry Village for the invite and thanks to all the veterans for their service and sacrifice. ... See moreSee less

Crews were out this morning to participate in the Londonderry Village Veterans Parade.  PA State Rep. Frank Ryan stopped to visit the crew before the parade kicked off.  Captain Spencer and Col. Ryan, Marine Corps veterans, shared a hearty birthday greeting to celebrate the 243rd  Birthday of the  U.S. Marine Corps.  Thank you to Londonderry Village for the invite and thanks to all the veterans for their service and sacrifice.Image attachment

 

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You all are the best. Semper Fi

6 days ago

Palmyra Fire

The Tower w/5 (DC Duncan) was alerted on box 48-2 assisting Hershey Volunteer Fire Company
for a commercial building fire. The Tower crew worked on ventilating the large area.
The first of 5 incidents the volunteers handled today.

Credit to Campbelltown Volunteer Fire Company for the pictures.
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The Tower w/5 (DC Duncan) was alerted on box 48-2 assisting Hershey Volunteer Fire Company
for a commercial building fire. The Tower crew worked on ventilating the large area. 
The first of 5 incidents the volunteers handled today. 

Credit to Campbelltown Volunteer Fire Company for the pictures.Image attachment

 

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Thanks for assisting

Thanks, Boys

Thank you for your service.

2 weeks ago

Palmyra Fire

Day 1 of Rope 1. Several members from PFD, Campbelltown Volunteer Fire Company, Lawn Fire Company and Lebanon County Special Ops. Great day for some repelling and tie offs. ... See moreSee less

2 weeks ago

Palmyra Fire

The Palmyra Volunteers kept busy this week handling 16 calls. These including a working business / commercial fire in West Lebanon (Co 39). The Rescue Engine crew arrived to smoke from the roof and assisted with fire suppression inside. Later in the day, a box alarm was sounded in the township. Company 1 arrived to smoke showing from the rear and discovered a grill fire which was knocked with a can. ... See moreSee less

 

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where was the commercial fire in West Lebanon I seen nothing on the news?

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