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...
Just after midnight, units were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident on Route 903. Hours later, Engine 1216 responded to a fire alarm on Sassafras Road. Station #1 also responded to a pumping detail on Bluejay Road.
CLICK HERE TO DONATEOn Sunday, January 18th, 2015, Rescue 1255 and Engine 1215 responded to a motor vehicle accident with possible entrapment. Due to the extremely hazardous conditions, Engine 1215 had spun out in the roadway, slid up an embankment causing severe damage to the undercarriage, went ai...
Engine 1216 and Rescue 1255 responded to a fire alarm on Gower Road. Units arrived to find a smoke condition in the residence and immediately went to work. After making a quick entry, firefighters found a self-cleaning oven was to blame.
Rescue 1255 responded to a motor vehicle accident on Henning Road. However, the accident was located in Albrightsville, Kidder Township. Rescue 1255 arrived on scene just before District 16 and both crews assisted EMS with patient care.
Rescue 1255 responded to a motor vehicle accident on Stoney Mountain Road. Utility 1279 also responded with the UTV and manpower to assist with a search in Tunkhannock Township, Monroe County. Crews assisted with the search until the morning hours of the next day.
***ATTENTION PENN FOREST TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS***The burn ban has been lifted. Please check your developments for any other restrictions. We would like to remind you how important it is to practice safe activities when burning, including a source of extinguishment such as a water hose or fire extinguis...
Engine 1216, Rescue 1255, Tanker 1236, and Utility 1279 responded to a working fire on Algonquin Trail, Tunkhannock Township, Monroe County. Engine 1216 arrived to find a working fire and crews immediately went to work.
Utility 1279 responded with the UTV and manpower to assist with a forest fire in Chestnuthill Township. Multiple agencies from several counties also responded.http://www.tnonline.com/2015/may/12/122-acres-burn-monroe
Firefighters spent another 8 hours on the Kidder Township forest fire. Several other departments from multiple counties also responded again.http://www.tnonline.com/2015/may/06/698-acres-burn-near-jack-frost
Firefighters responded to the forest fire in Kidder Township. Utility 1279 responded with the UTV and manpower. Volunteers spent nearly 8 hours on the fire line. Multiple departments from several counties also responded.
Engine 1216 and Rescue 1255 responded to a fire alarm on Route 903. Units were notified that the fire alarm was in Kidder Township while responding. Units continued in to investigate and found a false alarm.
Firefighters were out doing driver training in Engine 1216, Rescue 1255, and Utility 1279 when they found their neighbor company doing some pump training. Firefighters from both departments took advantage of the night and practiced engine operations.
Just after midnight, units were dispatched to an EMS assist on Pautuxent Trail. While Rescue 1255 was responding, firefighters noticed a fire off Route 534. 1208 and 1210 were able to handle the EMS assist while the crew from Rescue 1255 returned to the station.
Early in the morning, 1255 responded to a motor vehicle accident on Route 903. Later in the morning, Rescue 1255 and Utility 1279 responded to a motor vehicle accident on Maury Road. District 4 also responded.
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.