Double Pull on Commercial Building Fire

Sunday, July 21, 2013 22:15 Hour York County 911 sounded  for "Box 61-5" in Shrewsbury Boro at  Old Farm Lane & South Main Street for a "Structure Fire High Risk". Companies 61, 58, 59, Baltimore County 45, Truck 19, Truck 54, Ambulance 59 & Ambulance 54 were due to respond on the first alarm. Engine 59-1 (OIC A/C Naylor), Chief 59 (Anstine) and Chief 59-1 (McCullough) responded with a total of 7 personnel. Engine 61-1 went en route and was advised "PD was on scene with smoke and fire showing from the roof area". Engine 61-1 was first to arrive and reported a single story commercial building with smoke in the area and Chief 61-2 (Byerly) established Command. Engine 61-1 laid out about 400' of 5'' from the hydrant in front of Rutter's and had Engine 58-1 cover the hydrant. Engine 58-2 arrived and went to the "Charlie" side crews from 61 & 58 found a small working fire on the "Charlie" side and quickly extinguished it. Rescue 59 (OIC Capt McCullough) was added to complete the assignment and responded with 6 personnel. Engine & Rescue 59 arrived and reported to manpower staging. Members from both units were used to check the remaining businesses for extension and none was found. The Box was scaled back to Engine 61-1 only with the remaining units going available. No injuries to fire service personnel or civilians were reported. The cause of the fire is still under investigation at this time.


   


 

Crash in Shrewsbury Township

Monday, July 15, 2013 07:40 hours York County 911 dispatched "Box 59-4" for a "Motor Vehicle Crash" at Pleasant Valley Road and Baltimore Street in Shrewsbury Township. The Box called for Company 59 and Ambulance 59 to respond. Chief 59-2 (Naylor) was the first to mark responding and was advised by York that the caller reports "a single vehicle struck a bridge is blocking and leaking". Rescue 59 (OIC Lt Heffner) & Engine 59 (OIC FF/EMT McCullough) responded shortly after. Rescue 59 was the first to arrive and confirmed the dispatched information and Lieutenant 59-2 (Heffner) established the Command. Chief 59-2 and the Engine arrived moments later. Chief 59-2 did a quick survey of the scene and took Command (due to Lt Heffner being involved in patient care) and found that there was 2 Class III patients and a 2nd BLS unit was requested bringing MICU 58 to the scene. Members from both the Engine Co. and the Rescue Co. were performing assessments and patient care . Ambulance 59 arrived and members continued to assist them with the patients. Both EMS units transported 1 Class III patient each to York Hospital.


     
View on arrival

View on arrival



 

Morning Crash in Codorus Township

Friday, July 12, 2013 06:26 York County 911 dispatched Company 59 & Ambulance 59 for a "Motor Vehicle Crash" near Pierceville Road and Sticks Road in Codorus Township "Box 59-14". Chief 59-2 (Naylor) was first to respond followed by Rescue (OIC FF Boyd) & Engine 59 (OIC Capt  McCullough) with a total of 5 personnel. Chief 59-2 arrived to find a single vehicle into a utility pole and established Command. After a quick check of the scene it was determined that there was a single Class III patient. Members from the Rescue & Engine began medical treatment on the patient . The decision was made to use the hydraulic rescue tools to remove the passengers side door for easier patient removal.  Once the patient was immobilized and free of the vehicle members assisted EMS with loading the patient into the Ambulance. Ambulance 59 transported the patient Class III to York Hospital. Members remained on scene to assist with traffic.


     
Ambulance 59

Ambulance 59



 

Tanker Runs 2 Alarm House Fire In York Township

Sunday, June 23, 2013 18:41 Tanker 59 along with 4 other Tankers were requested by Command on a 2 Alarm House Fire in the 3000 block of Iron Stone Hill Road in York Township Box 18-201.  Tanker 59 (OIC A/C Naylor) responded immediately with 2 personnel. Upon arriving at the scene Tanker 59 hauled 3 loads of water totaling 12,000 gallons. In addition, the station was dispatched to provide a Engine transfer to York Township Station 19. The station provided 5 members to staff an Engine for Station 19.


     
The House

The House

Dump site with Tanker 59

Dump site with Tanker 59



 

Triple Pull on a 58 Box

Friday, June 21, 2013 15:34 York County 911 struck out "Box 58-11" for a "Residential Structure Fire ... Kitchen Fire" in the 5900 block of Steltz Road in Codorus Township. Dispatched on the Box were Companies 58, 7, 59, 61, Ambulance 58 & MICU 7. Engine 58-1 & Engine 59 (OIC A/C Naylor) both responded immediately quickly followed by Tanker 59 (OIC FF/EMT Stiffler), Brush 59 (OIC Capt Cook) & Chief 59 (Anstine). While responding Chief 58 (McGiIlin) reported having a smoke column in the area and requested 2 additional Tankers.


Engine 58-1 was the first unit to arrive and reported a 1.5 story single family dwelling with heavy fire through out and Chief 58 established the Command.  The crew from Engine 58-1 advanced a 1"3/4 hand line into the first floor and began an aggressive interior attack. Engine 59 was second arriving and was assigned to pull a 2" back up line and advance it to the second floor, as well as, to conduct a Primary Search. Engine 59's members broke up into 2 teams, one took the back up line  and one preformed the search. Crews made a quick knock on the bulk of the fire and the search proved to be negative.


Members assisted with the large amount of overhaul that had to be preformed and spent nearly 4 hours operating on the scene of the call. There was no reported injuries to either civilian or fire department personnel. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time but is believed to have started in the kitchen area of the home.


     
Side "Alpha"

Side "Alpha"

Side "A/D" corner garage ws located there

Side "A/D" corner garage ws located
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Engine & Rescue Run Building Fire in Shrewsbury Borough

Wednesday, June 19, 2013 08:04 York County dispatched "Box 61-2" for a High Risk Structure Fire at the Saubel's Grocery Store located at 65 East Forrest Avenue in Shrewsbury Borough. The dispatch called for Companies 61, 54, 59, 58, Ambulance 59 & MICU 58 to respond. Engine 59-1 (OIC FF/EMT Stiffler) and Rescue 59 (OIC A/C Naylor) responded with a total of 5 personnel. As units responded York County advised the caller reported the smell of something burning in the store and everyone was getting out.


Engine 61 was the first unit to arrive and laid out 5" supply line. Chief 61-2 reported normal condition with the store evacuated and established Command. Engine 59-1 was second arriving and covered Engine 61's hydrant then members joined the crew from 61 to investigate the interior of the store and reported a moderate odor inside. When Tower 58 arrived they laddered the roof and investigated the HVAC units. Rescue 59 was assigned to assist the interior crews with their investigation. After an intensive search the source of the odor was tracked back to wiring in a air handler. Members operated at the scene for about an hour.


     
Side "Alpha"

Side "Alpha"



 

Thank you Mignano Brothers Restaurant

Thursday, June 13, 2013  Thursday nights are always a special night of the week at the fire company. We have our company meetings on the second Thursday, we do equipment checks on the forth Thursday, and training and just plain socialize with families and friends the remaining Thursdays. However, as members came and got ready for Junes monthly meeting they were treated to something special. Sal Mignano, from Mignano Brothers Restaurant, treated everyone to a fantastic Italian dinner. The complete meal was delivered to the station to show Sal's appreciation to the company for the service we provide to the community.


The menu included a garden salad, Penne Aurora, Baked Ziti, Chicken Parmigiana and mixed bread. The meal was delicious and everyone left the table having eat way more then we should have. We would like to thank Sal and his staff for a first class job!!!! It is always touching when someone from the community recognizes the sacrifices we make for our community. We don't ask for these gestures, we just go on doing our work but we are deeply humbled and thankful when someone takes the time to present us with such a thoughtful offering.


     
The Menu items

The Menu items



 

Informational Bulletin

Wednesday, June 12, 2013  As we no more let our guard down from the last heavy rain storm it appears we are bracing for round two. The Officers & Members have been closely monitoring the local forecast to see want to prepare for next. At this time it appears we could see heavy rains, strong winds and isolated strong thunderstorms. The possibility may exist for tornado activity east of the mountains. The timing of these storms are uncertain as of yet, but it appears we could see some storms overnight and and another round tomorrow afternoon and/or evening.


For residents that live in the Borough we ask that you keep a close eye out for our activity during the next 24-36 hours. Should we find the need to clear certain Borough streets of vehicles, due to approaching water, we will make announcements via loud speaker throughout the Borough. If this is the case we would need you to immediately relocate your vehicle(s) to a location in a higher part of town. Should the need arise to evacuate the Borough due to flooding we will first, activate the fire department siren and second, notify you via loud speaker throughout the Borough the need to evacuate. If the need should arise and a Tornado is near the area we will again blow the fire department siren for several minutes. In addition, we will attempt to notify you via loud speaker if conditions allow.  If our area is hit hard by these storms we will post non emergency phone numbers so residents can report non emergency type calls like trees & limbs down, flooded basements, and those type things. We will also be doing updates and postings on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/GlenRockFire and on our Twitter page at GlenRockFD.


We appreciate your patience & uunderstanding during this time.


     



 

We Offer Our Thoughts & Prayers

Saturday, June 1, 2013 13:30 Our Officers & Members would like to extend our condolences to the family of Michael Eshbach, as well,  the members of the Dover Fire Department. We will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers. Michael now rides with the worlds most bravest !!!


May you rest in peace !!!!


   


 

Crash in Sprinfield Township

Saturday, June 1, 2013  At 18:18 hours York County 911 dispatched "Box 59-7" for a "Motor Vehicle Cash with fire" in the area of Foust Road and Distillery Road in Springfield Township. The dispatch called for Company 59,  Ambulance 59 (2nd call), Ambulance 18, Ambulance 62 & MICU 7 to respond. Chief 59 (Anstine) and Engine 59-1 (OIC A/C Naylor) were the first to respond, quickly followed by Rescue 59 (OIC FF/EMT McCullough), with a total of 9 personnel. While en route York advised units the they had a report of 1-2 motorcycles vs a car with one motorcycle exploding with possibly 2-3 patients. Engine 59-1 arrived to report "car vs motorcycle crash in the intersection with most of the fire knocked passing command to Chief 59". Members from the Engine went to work stretching a 1" 3/4 hand line and finishing the fire suppression. Chief 59-2 began to triage the scene for injuries and found 1 Class II and 2 Class III patients. Chief Anstine established Command gave an update to York. Rescue 59 arrived and were assigned to assist with patient care. EMS transported 2 patient to York Hospital, both with non life threatening injuries, and obtained 1 refusal at the scene. Members worked at the scene for about 1 hour.


   


 
 
 

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