Rescue 2255, Engine 2210, and Engine 2216 responded to a motor vehicle accident on Buck Hill Road, Indian Mountain Lakes. Earlier in the afternoon, Rescue 2255 assisted Lehighton ALS and District 12 o...
Engine 2210, Rescue 2255, Tanker 2236, and Command 2277 responded to a dwelling fire on Forest Lake Drive, Pleasant Valley West. District 12 and Lehighton ALS also responded.Engine 2210 and Rescue 2255 assisted Lehighton Ambulance with patient extrication on Tamarack Terrrace, Indian Mountain Lakes....
Now that Carbon County is in the “yellow” phase, our volunteers are back out doing their weekly drill. Crews were reviewing hose deployment with the engines with some of our newer members and then met up with District 17 for some aerial review.
***USED CARS WANTED***We are in need of used cars for training! The vehicles are used in multiple different ways which include extrication and fire training. We will find a way to get the vehicle off your property and provide you with a donation receipt! Please contact us today if you can help!
Engine 2210, Rescue 2255, Command 2277, and Tanker 2236 with seventeen volunteers responded to a dwelling fire on Blue Spruce Road, Kidder Township. Carbon Districts 16, 17, Monroe Station 34 RIT, Lake Harmony EMS, and Lehighton ALS also responded.
Engine 2210, Tanker 2236, and Rescue 2255 with twenty volunteers responded to a grill fire reported to be endangering a residence on Eliot Lane, Towamensing Trails. District 12 and Lehighton ALS also responded.
Engine 2210 and Rescue 2255 with sixteen volunteers responded to a working dwelling fire on Midway Drive, Bear Creek Lakes. Crews arrived and assisted with extinguishment and overhaul. Districts 4, 12, and Lehighton ALS also responded.
***FOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM UPDATE***Today (5/22/2020) will be the last evening for our food assistance program that we have been providing since Carbon County is now in the “yellow phase.” Approximately 800 meals have been provided to those in need since the beginning of the COVID-19 pan...
Our five volunteers, with Utility 2279, had operated for several hours at the forest fire in the Lehigh Gorge State Park. Multiple other agencies from Carbon and surrounding counties were also on scene.
Engine 2210, Rescue 2255, and Command 2277 with seventeen volunteers established a landing zone for LVHN MedEvac 2 on Meckesville Road. District 12 and Lehighton Ambulance also responded.Rescue 2255 and Command 2277 also assisted Lehighton ALS on Nash Trail, Towamensing Trails, earlier in the day.
As many of you are aware, our social club (Firehouse Grill) provides majority of our operational funds throughout the year. Due to COVID-19, operations were suspended for the last two months and we are slowly starting to feel the impact.
Engine 2210 responded to a dwelling fire on Spokane Road, Mt. Pocahontas. Quick actions by the homeowner, who immediately used an extinguisher after discovering the fire, kept the damage to the mattress in the residence.
Rescue 2255, Engine 2210, and Command 2277 with sixteen volunteers recently responded to a motor vehicle accident reported with entrapment on Meckesville Road. District 12 and Lehighton ALS also responded.
Engine 2210, Engine 2216, Rescue 2255, Tanker 2236, and Command 2277 with twenty-three volunteers responded to a structure fire on Willowbrook Drive, Split Rock. Districts 16, 17, and Lake Harmony EMS were originally dispatched to a fire alarm.
Special thanks to Peter from Pocono Tees/Mountain Top Screen Printing for providing us washable mask covers for our volunteers to use during the current pandemic.Engine 2216 and Engine 2210 responded to an odor investigation on Mohegan Circle in the morning hours.
Engine 2210 and Rescue 2255 with twelve volunteers responded to a CO alarm on Talbot Lane, Valley View Estates. District 12 and Lehighton ALS also responded.Engine 2210, Rescue 2255, and Tanker 2236 with nineteen volunteers responded to an odor investigation on Jane Court, Valley View Estates.
INFORMATION ON BURN BANS: Please call the Carbon County Communications Center @ (570) 325-9111 BEFORE burning to verify whether there is an active burn ban. Be sure to monitor the burn site and have a reliable water source nearby.