Rescue 2255 and Engine 2210 with twelve volunteers assisted Lehighton ALS on Wahoo Court, Mt. Pocahontas. District 12 also responded.
Engine 2210 and Rescue 2255 also responded to a fire alarm on Buckhill Road, Indian Mountain Lakes.
Engine 2210, Tanker 2236, Rescue 2255, and Command 2277 with seventeen volunteers responded to a possible dwelling fire on Cliffside Drive. District 12 and Lehighton ALS also responded.
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Engine 2210 responded to a working dwelling fire on Lehigh Avenue, Palmerton Borough. Volunteers originally stood by, along with Truck 1321 at Palmerton’s station for any other incidents and then were requested to the scene for manpower. The crew remained on scene for five hours and were also able to rescue two kittens from the residence. Multiple departments from Carbon, Northampton, and Lehigh Counties also responded.
Engine 2216 responded to assist with a tractor trailer fire on Interstate 80, Kidder Township. Volunteers arrived and provided manpower and K-12 saws to assist with extinguishment and overhaul. Carbon Districts 16, 17, Monroe Station 41, Luzerne Station 123, and Lake Harmony EMS also responded. While Engine 2216 returning, volunteers were dispatched to a possible gas leak on Route 903. Engine 2216, Engine 2210, Tanker 2236, Lehighton ALS, and District 12 all responded to the possible gas l...
Engine 2210, Tanker 2236, Command 2277, and Rescue 2255 with twenty-four volunteers responded to a working dwelling fire on Holiday Drive, Kidder Township. Engine 2210 arrived with Engine 1651 and Ladder 1721 to find heavy fire from the residence. The crew from Engine 2210 assisted with extinguishment and overhaul while the engine operated as a supply engine with Tanker 2236. Carbon Districts 12, 16, 17, 19, Monroe Stations 34, 41, 42, Lake Harmony EMS, And Lehighton ALS also responded. While un...
Township volunteers handled five incidents throughout the recent snowstorm. Rescue 2255 and Utility 2279 with UTV 2278 and eleven volunteers responded to a possible search on Winding Way, Indian Mountain Lakes. An additional fifteen volunteers stood-by at station in the event additional equipment or personnel was needed.Nine Fire Police officers, with District 12’s fire police, had closed Route 903 temporarily due to a motor vehicle accident. Twenty-one volunteers also ...
Two volunteers completed a sixteen hour Arson Detection for First Responders course hosted at the Monroe County Public Safety Center. Multiple departments from surrounding counties also had individuals in attendance. Two volunteers also begun their “Essentials of Firefighting” course this weekend as well.
Volunteers were dispatched to two incidents simultaneously. Engine 2210, Rescue 2255, and Tanker 2236 responded to a dwelling fire on Down Hill, Lake Harmony. Engine 2216, with District 12, originally responded to a fire alarm Bear Creek Lake Drive but had diverted to the dwelling fire when cancelled. A total of nineteen volunteers responded to the incidents.
Happy New Year!Penn Forest Township Volunteer Fire Company #2 2021 OfficersSafety 2200 - John RobertsChief 2201 - Dave VukovicDeputy Chief 2202 - Mike WassonAssistant Chief 2203 - David Michael Jr.2nd Assistant Chief 2204 - David Michael IIICaptain 2205 - Jordon NewbernLieutenant 2206 - Tyler MichaelEngineer 2207 - Daniel McFeeleyAssistant Engineer 2208 - Jarad YeastedtFire Police Captain 2280 - Ray KinsleyFire Police Lieutenant 2281 - Charles Brown Fire Police Lieutenant 2282 - Carl Q...
Engine 2210, Tanker 2236, and Rescue 2255 responded to a working dwelling fire on North Shore Drive, Indian Mountain Lakes. Carbon Districts 12, 16, 17, Monroe Station 42, and Lehighton ALS also responded. Any questions regarding this incident, please contact the PSP Fire Marshalls office who is investigating the incident.https://www.tnonline.com/20201223/man-dies-in-house-fire-in-penn-forest/
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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.