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Hyattsville Volunteer Fire Department
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The National Weather Service at State College has issued a Red Flag Warning for Central PA. Please no burning. Conditions are EXTREMELY good for Brush Fires.
04-18-15.. - PST17
$20.00 See the Driver on Duty at the South Potomac Street Fire Station
(Photos by Leitersburg Fire Department’s A/C Bill Green & Captain Danny Hawbaker)
April 18, 2015 at 13:34 hours – Washington County Box 9 - Technical Rescue Box - Pen Mar High Rock Road at High Rock. Rescue Engine 2, Tower 2 and Duty 2 were dispatched for a hang glider down. Units arrived on scene to find one patient awake and alert about 30 feet down the mountain side. Crews quickly set up a low angle rope system and were able to make quick access to the patient and used the rope system to pull the patient safely up the mountain. Great job & teamwork by all companies involved! Also assisting Leitersburg Fire Department was Washington County Special Operations 20, Rescue Engine 7, Medic 79 and Maryland State Police Trooper 3 and Franklin County units Rescue Engine 4, BLS Ambulance 4-7, Medic 201 and Rescue Squad 19.
(Photos by Denny Clopper and Kitie Smith)
March 25, 2015 at 02:09 hours - Box 2-01 - 2 Alarm Apartment Building Fire - 14 North Potomac Street - Rescue Engine 2 and Lieutenant Smith went on the scene with a working fire on division 2 and requested the working fire dispatch and the second alarm. The build was evacuated upon arrival. One resident was transported to the Waynesboro Hospital for burns to his head and hands. Side B exposure was damaged.
Crew from nine departments spent four hours
at the scene. The building sustained major structural damage,
particularly on the division 2 and roof. Waynesboro Police Department
fire marshal was investigating the cause of the fire. See
more pictures on the Photos Page.
See more pictures on the Photos Page.
( Photos by Katie Seihamer and Captain Eric McKendrick )
March 22, 2015 at 21:59
Hours - Box 2-90 - Dwelling Fire - 6219 Iron Bridges Road in Washington
Township. This incident was first dispatched as outside investigation of
smoke in the area. Just after dispatch Franklin County Commutations
advised WFD Deputy Chief Jody Sanders that a second call from the
original caller said she could see flames from the house. With this
pre-arrival information D/C Sanders called for the working fire
dispatch. On the box was Engines 2-2, 3-2, 5-1, 17-2, WC 27-1,7-2,Rescue
Engines 2, WC 7, WC 9-2, Engine Tankers 2, 3, 8, Tankers 5, WC 9, WC 13,
Tower 2, WC Quint 27, Squad 3, WC AIR 25-2, BLS Ambulances 2-7, 2-8, 3-9
with a total staffing of 52 personnel. Deputy Sander had the command and
Assistant Chief John Beck had operation and Lieutenant 2-2 Smith had
staging and accountability. Crews had heavy fire on division 2 and the
attic. The fire was knocked 23:51 hours. Crew were held for an extensive
overhaul. The last units were released at 03:47 hours.
The Red Cross was called to assist the
The Red Cross was called to assist the family.
( Photo F/F Robert Atkinson)
March 16, 2015 at 12:05 hours - Box 2-17 - Vehicle Fire - 10800 block of Wayne Highway in Washington Township - Rescue Engine, Engine Tanker 2 and BLA from Waynesboro Ambulance Squad on the scene with a working fire.
(Photo by James Erdenbrack)
March 14, 2015 at 11:38 Hours - Box 2-01 - Smoke in a single family dwelling - 600 Vista Court. On the assessment was Rescue Engine 2, Engine Tanker 2, Tower 2, Engine 5-1,Rescue Engine 4,WC Rescue Engines 7-1 and 9-1,Truck 17, BLS Ambulance 2-7 and MICU Ambulance 205. The units cleared the scene at 12:23 hours
Second Annual Public Service Awards Banquet
the Waynesboro Country Club
At the Waynesboro Country Club
March 7, 2015
Waynesboro Police Department Awards
Police Officer Paul Williams was presented a citation for saving a live
at by performing CPR.
(Photo by Dean Cool)
Fire Department Awards were presented to:
(Front row L-R)
Junior member of the year - Harley Kress
Fire Police Captain's Award - Chuck Boyle,
Member of the Year, FP 5th top responder, Fire Police Sargent's Award - Michael Huff
Fire Police Lieutenant's Award and FP Second Top responder - Roy Davis
Fire Police Appreciation Award and FP Top Responder - Tia Campbell
Green Cross Rescue Award - Casey Rock
Top Responder - Allen Brake
Apparatus Operator of the Year - Brain Starliper
(Back row L-R)
Green Cross Rescue Award - Shawn Adolini
Fire Police of the Year and FP Third responder - Gerald Flood
Assistant Chief's Award and 5th Top Responder - Neil Stover
Deputy Chief's Award - Tyke Smith
Rookie of the Year - Robert Clayton
Green Cross Rescue Award and Third Top Responder - Tyler Shank
Fire Police of the Year and FP Fourth responder - Joel Flood
Green Cross Rescue Award - Gary Summers
Receiving awards but not in the photo:
Captain’s Award - Chris Daywalt
Lieutenant's Award - Jerry Hartman
4th Top Responder - Josh Simmers
Green Cross Rescue Award - Rob Biesecker
Green Cross Rescue Award - Bill Hedrick
17 member were given their life member for 25 years of service and 12 member were honored for 50 years of services.
The Rowe family was given a shadow box with Tinker's badges and Driver on Duty name plate.
The banquet committee did a great job!
Squad 2 has been re-named Rescue - Engine 2 to better reflect it as a multi functional piece of apparatus.
March 04, 2015 - Station Drill was fire attack, back-up lines and fire streams. There were over 20 Firefighter is attendance. It was nice to have members from Blue Ridge Summit and Mont Alto training with us.
Proudly Displaying the levels of Training!
The Firefighter's helmets in are now showing their level of training. The GREEN is for Hazardous Materials at the Operations level,
RED is for interior firefighters, WHITE is for Rescue Technician and
BLUE is Emergency Medical Services Trained.
The Officers and membership of the Waynesboro Fire Department are saddened by the passing Oscar Reed. Oscar passed away on January 22, 2015, after a courageous battle with cancer. Oscar a life member of the Always There Hook and Ladder Company, was a very well-known and well-respected as a firefighter and EMT as well as 911 dispatcher for Franklin County. He was also Past Chief and President of the Waynesboro Ambulance Squad.
( Photo from South Mountain VFD)
Jan. 21 14:51 hours – Rescue Box 4-4 – 9000 Block of Old Forge Road in Quincy Township
Once on the scene crew found a pick-up truck that was in a rollover accident, with a patient confided. Engine and Squad crews controlled hazards, stabilized the vehicle and popped the door. Chief 2 took Old Forge command. Units on the scene were Engines 2-1, 16-1, 4-2, Squad 2, BLS Ambulances 16-8, 4-8. Crews went available at 1525.
(Photo by James Erdenbrack)Jan. 19, 2015 at 14:09 Hours - Box 5-02 - Garage Fire - 8958 Tomstown Road in Quincy Township - Engine 2-2 and Engine Tanker 2 assisted Mont Alto.
(photos by Steven Biesecker, Shawn Adolini and the web crew)
Jan. 05, 2015 at 13:15 Hours - Box 4-03 - 11334 Weatherstone Drive - Working House - Engine Tanker 2 had fire attack and the initial attack crew. They were quickly evacuated when conditions deteriorated. Tower 2 was placed into service with both master streams. Chief 4 transferred command to Chief 2 during the first operational period. Crew rotated with the other second alarm assignment. Units were on the scene for about 3 hours.
(Photos byMarkell DeLoatch — Public Opinion)
Jan. 04, 2015 at 15:35 - the 9 box area - Barn Fire - 4980 Hager Road in peters Township - Working Fire Assignment - Tower 2 was assigned fire attack and Engine - Tanker 2 was hauling water.
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