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Penn Township Volunteer Emergency Services responded this evening for a reported house fire at 60 Bragg Street in Penn Township. Assistant Chief 49 arrived to nothing showing, during his 360 degree walk around the structure, he discovered smoke showing as well as fire in the garage of the single family home. He requested a working fire dispatch. Crews made fast work extinguishing the fire. Station 49 was assisted on scene by Hanover and Pleasant Hill Fire Departments. Photos by 911 Photography’s Derrick Potts
Penn Township Volunteer Emergency Services responded Tuesday evening in single digit temperatures for a reported wood stove on fire in a house on Oakwood Drive in West Manheim Township. A working fire assignment was dispatched. Crews remain on scene as of 20:30 hours with overhaul.
Photos courtesy Derrick Potter of 911 Photography
Station 49 responded this afternoon to Hanover Borough on East Middle Street for a reported structure fire. Units arrived to find a working fire in a vacant two story single family house. A quick knock kept the fire damage to a minimum. Deputy Fire Chief Clousher ruled the fire accidental in nature. Photo courtesy of Clare Becker of the Evening Sun
Penn Township EMS and Fire Police respond to a two car crash at the intersection of North Franklin and Chestnut Streets in Hanover Borough Tuesday around noon time. One person was transported by EMS to Hanover Hospital for care. Photos by 911 Photography
Sunday morning Penn Township Fire Department volunteers and career personnel responded for the second reported structure fire in just over a hour in the 500 block of Broadway in Hanover Borough. The engine and truck companies of Stations 49 and 46 arrived together with black smoke visible on side Alpha of a two story brick structure. Chief 49 requested the working fire assignment. Crews made fast work of the 2nd floor bedroom fire and the fire was placed under control in under thirty minutes. Photos courtesy of Jen Spickler and Harrison Jones of the Evening Sun
As we prepare to help as many families as we can this year have a great Christmas, we have identified that we are in need of monetary donations. Please consider helping children and families in need by donating to this great community service. We do all the work for “Operation Claus”, we just need your help. Please call (717) 637-4949 for more information on how to donate to Operation Claus!! Please act now to help. Thank you!!