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...
1279, 1236, and 1255 assisted District 19 with a brush fire off Drakes Creek Road. While returning back to the station, units were notified of a fire alarm on Longfellow Circle. Units arrived and confirmed an accidental activation.
1255 and 1279 responded into Polk Township, Monroe County to assist with a motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival, units found an ejected patient under a vehicle. Firefighters immediately went to work using airbags and cribbing to remove the patient.
1255 and 1279 responded to two incidents. Units were originally dispatched to a motor vehicle accident on Old Stage Road. While going enroute, units were notified of a fire alarm on Kilmer Trail. Chief 1208 arrived at the motor vehicle accident and advised all responding units that they were not nee...
1255 responded to a motor vehicle accident with entrapment on Route 903. 1251 from Station #1 also responded. 1255 responded with a crew of three. Upon arrival, crews were notified that one patient had to be extricated from a vehicle.
1236 and 1279 responded to a reported structure fire on Autumn Lane. Station #1 units arrived and found a controlled burn was the cause of the smoke column seen. 1279 and 1236 also responded to a brush fire on Kipling Lane.
1255 responded to a motor vehicle accident with entrapment on Route 903. Lehighton ALS found the vehicle on it's side and confirmed the entrapment. Once 1255 arrived, firefighters immediately put the jaws into service and removed the roof to extricate the patient.
1255 responded to a vehicle fire on Autumn Lane. Firefighters assisted in overhaul and checked for any extension in the residence. 1211 and 1231 from Station #1 also responded. While returning from the vehicle fire, units were notified of a fire alarm on Black Walnut Lane.
1255 responded to a minor motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Old Stage Road and Route 903. 1255 and 1279 also responded to a motorcycle accident on Creek Drive. Firefighters handled the aeromedical landing zone for PennSTAR 5.
1255 responded to a motor vehicle accident reported with confinement on Old Stage Road. Firefighters arrived to find the patient self-extricated with no injuries. 1236 and 1279 also responded to an unknown type fire on Deerview Drive.
Throughout the day, 1236, 1255, and 1279 responded to three calls. The first call was a reported dwelling fire on Longfellow Circle. Firefighters found burnt food was the reason for a light smoke condition throughout the residence.
1279 responded to wires down on Behrens Road. 1211 from Station #1 also responded. 1255 also responded to a working dwelling fire on Adirondack Drive, Sierra View, Monroe County. Once arriving onscene, Engine 1255 was quickly put into service with two hand-lines deployed as well as tools.
1255 and 1279 responded to a motor vehicle accident on Meckesville Road, Mt. Pocahontas. 1255 also responded to a motor vehicle accident on Towamensing Trail. 1251 from Station #1 also responded on both calls.
1255, 1236, and 1279 responded to a working dwelling fire on River Road, Kidder Township. Several companies from Carbon, Monroe, and Luzerne Counties responded. 1279, 1236, and 1255 also responded to a reported brush fire on Route 534.
1255 responded to a landing zone for PennSTAR 5 at the Mt. Pocahontas Clubhouse. 1255 and 1236 also responded to a dwelling fire on Evergreen Road, Tunkhannock Township. Monroe Fire Stations 35, 42, and 43 also responded.
1255 and 1279 responded to a large brush fire on Kathy Court, Valley View Estates. A special thanks to Carbon Fire Districts 9, 11, 16, 17, 18, Monroe Fire Stations 35 and 42, Victor 12, Lehighton ALS and Mahoning Valley Ambulance Rehab, and Carbon 911.
1255, 1236, and 1279 responded to a dwelling fire in Indian Mountain Lakes, Monroe County. 1255 arrived first on scene and confirmed a working fire. Crews went to work immediately going through the front door finding an active fire in the walls above the fireplace and continuing throughout the chimn...
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.