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...
Earlier in the morning, Engine 1210 and Tanker 1236 responded to a dwelling fire on Edwards Drive. Units arrived and assisted Station #1 with extinguishment and overhaul. While returning, Carbon County 911 notified units of a dwelling fire on Keats Lane, Towamensing Trails.
Engine 1210, Tanker 1236, Rescue 1255, and Command 1277 responded to a fully involved structure fire on Shad Blue Lane. Volunteers assisted with extinguishment, livestock removal, and overhaul. Station #1, District 4, and Lehighton ALS also responded.
Engine 1210 responded to a working dwelling fire on Maplewood Road, Lake Harmony. Volunteers arrived after District 17 and deployed one hand line off the engine for surrounding exposures and extinguishment.
We would like to thank the families who participated in this years Santa Run! At the end of the weekend, we made a total of 43 stops and 88 presents were delivered! Thanks again to everyone who participated and we hope to see you next year!
Rescue 1255, Engine 1210, Command 1277, and Utility 1279 responded to a motor vehicle accident with heavy entrapment on Route 903. Units remained on location for an extended amount of time for clean up.
Engine 1210, Tanker 1236, and Rescue 1255 responded to a working dwelling fire on White Oak Lane, Hickory Run Forest. Engine 1210 arrived to find smoke showing with a working fire that originated in the chimney.
Engine 1210 and Tanker 1236 responded to a reported dwelling fire on Henning Road, Kidder Township. Districts 16, 17, Station #1, and Lake Harmony EMS also responded.https://www.facebook.com/pennforestfireco2/videos/1055024334639668/
Engine 1210 responded to a CO alarm on Lucretius Trail. Lehighton ALS also responded. 14 volunteers also participated in a three hour Carbon Monoxide Response course at our station later in the day. Carbon County District 16, Monroe County Station 42, and Station 1 also participated
Volunteers sponsored three courses that were held at the Albrightsville Volunteer Fire Company this weekend. On Saturday, 12 members participated in a four hour Blood-borne Pathogens class. Shortly after completing the morning class, three members completed four hours of Hazmat Awareness.
Rescue 1255 and Utility 1279 with Rhino 1278 responded to a search and rescue off Behrens Road. Volunteers made contact with the patient who was approximately 100 feet off the trail line using Rhino 1278.
Three volunteers completed training this weekend. Two firefighters completed a Firefighter Survival course where they learned several different techniques of escape for when conditions rapidly deteriorate at a working fire.
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.