On Wednesday June 18th, 2014, Stations 4, 3, 5, and 2 were alerted for a dwelling fire in the 4-1 box at 212 Fredrick Dr. PM 4 arrived on scene to find a 2 Story SFD with light smoke showing. After investigations, a working fire in the kitchen was found. E44 arrived and pulled the 200′ crosslay to the front door and made an aggressive attack to knock the fire and contain it to the kitchen with minor extension to the ceiling area. Tower 4 arrived shortly after and threw ground ladders and ventilated in coordination with the engine crew. Once the fire was extinguished the situation was placed under control and overhaul was started. Command held units to await the arrival of the investigator. Officer 401 (Palmatary) was Fredrick Dr Command.
On Tuesday, June 3rd at 1242 hrs, Station 4 was alerted for an MVC w/ Injuries on Rt 304 in he area of the TTT Truck Stop. Rescue 4 responded and found one car off the roadway with the patient out of the vehicle. The EMS units on scene requested aviation for the single patient. The LZ was set up by E52 at RT 405 and 304. Once the Trooper was en route to Shock Trauma, Command placed the situation under control and all units went in service.
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Saturday, April 12, 2014 On Saturday April 12th 2014, Station 4 was alerted for a vehicle fire on 301 in front of the State Police Barrack at 311 Safety Dr. Units arrived on scene to find a passenger car fully involved. E41 with 6 and officer 401 responded on the call and made quick work of the fire. SU49 responded as well to assist with traffic control and extinguishing.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014 At 0346 hrs on March the 4th 2013, while en route to the station for and MVC in station 5’s area, Stations 4, 5, 3, and KM6 were alerted for a structure fire at 140 Shady Lane Farm in the 4-11 Box. Since volunteers were already at the station and in apparatus, a quick response was made, however the response to the scene was delayed due to the slippery road conditions. ET4 with 6 members arrived on scene to find a barn fully involved with officer 406(Davis) establishing command. LDH was dropped at the end of the driveway which was picked up by E41 until the next tanker arrived. ET4 along with Br5, E52 and Quint 6 made a knock on the fire and the extensive overhaul began. Units operated for aprox. 2.5 hrs and assisted the Fire Marshall with his investigation and cleared the scene.