Grantville Volunteer Fire Company shared a post.
2 weeks ago
Pictures from the training on saturday. Good work by all crews involved.#TeamWork #EagleFireStrong #Brotherhood A great day for training with our Brothers and sisters from Union Fire Company No. 1 - Manchester, PA York County Station 23 and Grantville Volunteer Fire Company. Thank you for including us, reviewed some great tools and procedures with Bus Rescue review in the morning and Bus fires afterwards. Great solid work by all. Training together makes serving our community together better! We are here when you need us! #StrongerTogether! 💛🦅🔥 ... See moreSee less
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Grantville Volunteer Fire Company updated their cover photo.
4 weeks ago
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God bless those who answer the tones!
Grantville Volunteer Fire Company
Tonight Company 39 was Dispatched to H&S Towing for a reported vehicle fire. Dauphin County 911 advised they had multiple calls from interstate 81 reporting a possible tractor trailer on fire. Engine 39 arrived on scene with a fully involved RV. Crews deployed the HMA and an 1” 3/4 line. A total of 550 gallons was used. The Engine, Tanker, Attack and Utility remained on scene for a little over 1 hour. Thanks to LE75 and T35 for the help! PC: Mary Schmolitz ... See moreSee less
Not ours we are parked at twin grove
Thank you 39!!
Zach Helsel Jamie Bruder
All these fires at businesses the past 2 weeks what's up with that?
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Images and video from a 5/14/19 2nd alarm commercial building fire at Weavers Wrecking Yard on Homestead Road in East Hanover Township, PA. One burn victim airlifted via LifeLion.www.capitalcityfirephotos.com/2019-Photo-Stories/51419-East-Hanover-Township-PA-Homestead-Rd/This was also the site of several other working fires over the last few years including a multiple alarm fire on 11/27/15. Images from that fire can be viewed here: www.capitalcityfirephotos.com/2015-Photo-Stories/11-27-15-East-Hanover-Township/ ... See moreSee less
Aw, poor rude vRod Weaver; THAT'S 2 in 3 or 4 years; more attention or training of hisv Motley Crew needed!!!!!!!!
1 month ago
This morning at approximately 00:25 Engine 91-5 (w/5) was transferred to East Hanover Twp. Station 39 to staff their station while they assisted Lebanon County units at a salvage yard fire. Crews were out approximately 3 hours. ... See moreSee less
Busy evening for Company 39. Started off around 19:30 when DC 911 dispatched the 36-81 box (West Hanover Township) for an accident with injuries. Soon after R36-1 went on scene they upgraded it to entrapment. Crews assisted Company 36 and 34 (Paxtonia) with the extrication of 1 patient from the vehicle and back across the creek into the care of EMS. Crews worked around some very rough obstacles including thick brush, muddy hills and the fast flowing creek. Great job by the crews of 36,34,39 and SCEMS. **** Soon after around 20:45 DC 911 dispatched the 39-81 box for yet another accident crews assisted with patient care and basic vehicle ops before returning available. A total of 4 patients were transported from the second incident. ... See moreSee less
Prayers for everyone!
Tonight for training Company 39 used the carnival grounds and practiced pulling lines into different buildings, while other crews laddered the buildings and another crew did search and rescue ... See moreSee less
Grantville Volunteer Fire Company shared a photo.
2 months ago
"Back to back crashes...” Just after 11 PM, Rescue 36-1 was alerted to assist Company 39 with an MVA with injuries at Jonestown Rd and Sand Beach Rd. Rescue arrived and briefly assisted with hazard control before being released. As crews were cleaning up from the first accident, DCC dispatched box 39-81 for an MVA with possible entrapment. The rescue was on the street within a minute of dispatch. Multiple reports had the crash anywhere from MM 79 to MM 82 N. Crews from 39 and 36 arrived to find the crash in Lebanon County, underneath the Homestead Rd overpass. Chief 39 with command. Truck Tractor vs Passenger Mid-size SUV with ejection. EMS requested aeromedical support from Life lion. Captain 36 was given LZ command. All crews worked together well to stabilize the patient for flight. Crews were out around 2.5 hours total between both incidents. ... See moreSee less
Last night members of Companies 36 and 39 and 35 with Air 35 practiced several different live fire evolutions at HACC. Crews practiced hose line advancement, fire suppression and search and rescue. New apparatus operators had the opportunity to get some pump time on Engine 36-2 and Acting Engine 36-1. An excellent evening of training was had by all members our Thanks to the instructors and burn technicians. ... See moreSee less
Grantville Volunteer Fire Company updated their profile picture.