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Operation Ho Ho – Schedule Change

November 8, 2017

Please note: Major changes have been made to how the volunteer fire company will be performing our annual Operation HO HO.

In prior years we have taken two weeks of evenings traveling from one community to another transporting Santa Claus on his visits.  This year, to give our members their holiday season back but still accomplish the mission, we will be transporting multiple Santa helpers on SATURDAY DECEMBER 9th only!   A schedule of stops follows. We will try to maintain the schedule as close as possible but obviously if there is inclement weather or emergency calls we may have to adjust.  Makeup date is Sunday, December 10th.

 Thank you for your continued support!

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Fire & Emergency Medical Responder Training Program for High School Students

February 9, 2017

Cumberland Valley School District and Harrisburg Area Community College have partnered together with Hampden Township Volunteer Fire & Rescue, Monroe Fire Co., New Kingstown Fire Co., and Silver Spring Community Fire Co. to offer a Fire & Emergency Medical Responder Training Program, a dual-credit opportunity for students in grades 11 and 12.

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Join Hampden Fire

December 1, 2017

Cumberland County Station 30

2017 Stats YTD

806 Calls
35 Working Fires
4 Entrapments

Join a fast paced professional fire company, in the Harrisburg Metro Area,running 800-900 Calls, 30-40 Working Fires,5-10 Entrapments a year

3 Engines, 1 Squad, 1 Heavy Rescue, 1 Tower

Weekly Company Training and More

Close to local colleges like HACC, PSU Harrisburg, Central Penn, YTI

Close to Harrisburg, Hershey, Carlisle, York, Lancaster

Regular Memberships, College and Work Live-In Program

An experience you won’t soon forget

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House Fire-Borough of Mechanicsburg-11/28/17

December 1, 2017

On Tuesday evening at approximately 2215 Rescue 30 was dispatched on the first alarm for a house fire in Mechanicsburg Borough. Engine 230 with a crew of six was on the street eating dinner and responded immediately. Fire was found to the rear of the house on the second floor. Engine 230 and Chief 30 arrived on the scene behind Engine 128 and were given an update of possible entrapment in the fire building. While Engine 128’s crew made a push on the fire, Company 30 crews performed a VES (vent, enter, search) of the side alpha bedrooms. As crews made the room, Engine 128’s crew pushed the hallway and made the bedrooms from the inside. Crews found an unconscious