Monday, May 13, 2013
Interested in trying something new? Wanna be part of the action 24/7? Dover Township is one of the few companies in York County that offer whats called a "Live In" program. Firefighters have the chance to experience the life of a firehouse 24/7 by living there! This oppurtunity makes sure you never miss a call! If interested call the station or stop in! Taking fully trained, limited training or no training. We will work with you. Great perks come check it out.
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Around 2100 the Engine and Rescue Company responded to the area of Bull Road for a vehicle accident with unknown injuries. Upon responding York County 911advised all units of possible ejection. Medic 98 and ambulance 6 were added. Units arrived to find one vehicle overturned in the woods. Crews found one patient that was extricated by fire and EMS.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Rescue 9 stay busy throughout the day. At 0518 this morning the rescue and
engine responded to the area of Davidsburg Rd and Admire Rd for a vehicle
accident with rollover. Shortly after returning available Engine 9-2 is dispatched
to a working structure in Manchester Township. Engine 9-2 was dispatched as RIT
but upon arrival Engine 9-2 crew was put to work immediately. At 1349 the
Engine Company was dispatched to a possible structure fire in West Manchester. Engine 9 responded with 6. Units arrived to find a brush fire to the rear of the house and all units were placed available. At 1600 this evening the Rescue Company was alerted
to a 2nd alarm structure fire in East Manchester. Rescue 9 responded with 6.
Rescue 9 arrived on location and assumed RIT. All of this was completed with
being 100% volunteer.
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Run Stats for 2012 568 Total Calls 42 Working Fires 23 Jobs 6 Pins
JOBS: A JOB is any working fire in a structure where the first due
Engine Company lays a primary supply line and uses an attack line or
uses a master stream device to extinguish the fire. Your Engine, Truck,
or Rescue as a company has to operate on the fire in direct fire ground
tasks including Fire Attack, Search, Ventilation, Ladders, Overhaul.
Standing in staging on a working fire does not count. “Can Jobs” do not
count. Vehicle fires are not counted.
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Line Officers:Chief: Glenn Jansen Sr. Deputy Chief: Brian Widmayer Asst. Chief: Brian Knowlton Captains: JT Skinner and Michael McCoy Lieutenants: Chris Wertz and Chad Canup Board Members: President: Nick Avola Vice President: Chris Wertz Treasurer: Katrina Delauter Membership Director: Joe Kohler House Director: Brian Widmayer LOSAP Director: Brad Kraft
Monday, December 31, 2012
R9 w/6 responded mutual aid for a report of
smoke in the basement at the Outdoor Country Club Manchester Twp. Sta24
arrived to find a working basement fire. R9 arrived shortly after and
split. 2 took a back up line in and 4 remained for RIT.
E99-2 then added on. Crews knocked the fire fairly quickly then began
extensive overhaul. This pic was taken after the fire was knocked and
the rescue was repositioned to utilize the cord reel for electric PPV.
Wednesday, December 26, 2012 14:30
Dover Twp was dispatched for RIT (rapid
intervention team) with Sta 24 (Manchester Township), Sta 2 (Shiloh), Sta 99 (York City). Chief 9-2 arrived and
reported smoke from a rancher and called for a working fire assignment. Crews from
24,9,99 entered the residence and extinguished the fire. While Station 2 personnel stood by for RIT. Despite snow in the area, a safe response
was made with property conserved.
Monday, December 24, 2012
Rescue 9, Chief 9 and Engine 9-2 responded to a vehicle crash, with 1 vehicle reported into a creek. Upon arrival of Rescue 9, it was discovered that 1 vehicle had gone off the roadway and stopped in a small creek. 2 persons from the vehicle were removed by department personnel. After removal, patient care was given to Ambulance 6 (Dover Area).
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Rescue 9 added several new pieces of cribbing to increase the ability to stabilize vehicles during crashes. 6x6 and 8x8 blocks of wood were cut, affixed with a handle and placed into service.
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