Total Calls
  January
34
  February
16
  March
  April
  May
  June
  July
  August
  September
  October
  November
  December
  Total
50

BE SURE TO KEEP CHECKING OUR STATION EVENTS ! ! !

Engine and Rescue companies cleared a minor crash in the 46-2 Box at the intersection of W. Main St and Walnut St. Crews did basic vehicle ops and assisted with patient care before returning. ... See moreSee less

Engine and Rescue companies cleared a minor crash in the 46-2 Box at the intersection of W. Main St and Walnut St. Crews did basic vehicle ops and assisted with patient care before returning.

**WORKING FIRE**

Engine company currently enroute to Box 49-4(Swatara Township) for a working house fire.
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Thank you for All you do.

Hummelstown Fire Department is once again selling tickets for the gun raffle we hold during our carnival in June. We are only selling 1000 tickets. Tickets are $10. If you are interested in buying a ticket, see a member of the department or feel free to stop by the station preferably on a Monday Night(18:00-21:00) during our weekly drill. ... See moreSee less

Hummelstown Fire Department is once again selling tickets for the gun raffle we hold during our carnival in June. We are only selling 1000 tickets. Tickets are $10. If you are interested in buying a ticket, see a member of the department or feel free to stop by the station preferably on a Monday Night(18:00-21:00) during our weekly drill.

 

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Thank you Carol Ann Trego for the food! Greatly appreciated!!! ... See moreSee less

Thank you Carol Ann Trego for the food! Greatly appreciated!!!

 

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Awwwww.... this is just a small token of our appreciation of all that you do for this wonderful community! You are appreciated more than you know! Thank you!

Thanks to the Boro Bar and Grill for the sub. ... See moreSee less

Thanks to the Boro Bar and Grill for the sub.

Rescue company currently operating in the Lebanon County, Palmyra Borough for a house fire. Rescue crew picked up the RIT assignment ... See moreSee less

Rescue company currently operating in the Lebanon County, Palmyra Borough for a house fire. Rescue crew picked up the RIT assignment

 

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Thank you for keeping us all safe!!

Be careful guys and gals

Thank you.

3 weeks ago

Hummelstown Fire Department

Make sure you watch Fox 43 news tonight at 10. Jossie Carbonare did a story on Firefighter Danny Zmitrovich. ... See moreSee less

Make sure you watch Fox 43 news tonight at 10. Jossie Carbonare did a story on Firefighter Danny Zmitrovich.

 

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U r awesome Danny. Keep up the good work.

Thank you all for what you do. ❤️

Fantastic Danny! So proud!

Thanks!!

Way to go Danny keep moving forward

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**WORKING FIRE**

Truck company currently operating on the 456-3 Box(Chambers Hill) for a working garage fire.
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I heard that 2 firefighters got hurt. Prayers

3 weeks ago

Hummelstown Fire Department

**WORKING FIRE AND MVA W/ ENTRAPMENT**

Hummelstown Fire answered 3 calls for service today with 2 of them being structure fires and 1 auto accident with entrapment.

Just before 02:00 hours Rescue 46 was dispatched to the 88-3 box(Middletown) to assist on the scene of a working structure fire. Rescue company assisted with overhaul before returning. Crews operated for about an 1.5 hours.

Rescue company also responded to Lebanon County Company 1(Palmyra) first due area for a reported structure fire. Rescue arrived and staged before returning.

The Rescue company handling its third call of the night being an Auto Accident W/ Entrapment in the 45-6 Box(Rutherford) on 322 WB. Rescue 46 arrived and assisted Company 91 with extrication before returning. Crews operated for about 45 minutes before returning.
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**WORKING FIRE AND MVA W/ ENTRAPMENT**

Hummelstown Fire answered 3 calls for service today with 2 of them being structure fires and 1 auto accident with entrapment. 

Just before 02:00 hours Rescue 46 was dispatched to the 88-3 box(Middletown) to assist on the scene of a working structure fire. Rescue company assisted with overhaul before returning. Crews operated for about an 1.5 hours. 

Rescue company also responded to Lebanon County Company 1(Palmyra) first due area for a reported structure fire. Rescue arrived and staged before returning.

The Rescue company handling its third call of the night being an Auto Accident W/ Entrapment in the 45-6 Box(Rutherford) on 322 WB. Rescue 46 arrived and assisted Company 91 with extrication before returning. Crews operated for about 45 minutes before returning.

 

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Thanks for all you do.

The accident on the Hill looked really bad when I drove by an hour and a half ago... Special prayers to all involved, especially the first responders working in frigid conditions.

Thank you for nputting yourselves in arm's way for us; always, but especially with the extra dangers of severe weather like this.

Thanks