Pleasant Hall Volunteer Fire Company
2 days ago
At 11:33 Engine 11-1 and Ambulance 11-9 responded to Lurgan Township Bakers Kwik Stop 11466 Cumberland Highway Box 11-03 for a Combine Fire. ... See moreSee less
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Poor combine.. and driver.
Billy Harrison Jr.
Last evening Engine 11-1, Ambulance 11-8 and Ambulance 11-9 responded to the Borough of Chambersburg 37 West Washington Street Box 1-02 for a three alarm apartment building fire. Engine 11-1 assisted with overhaul while both ambulances assisted with rehab operations and transported one firefighter to the hospital. ... See moreSee less
5 days ago
Last evening at 22:57 Engine 11-1, Special Unit 11, Ambulance 11-9 and Deputy Chief 11 responded to Letterkenny Township 10549 Upperstrasburg Road Box 11-01 for a Shed Fire. Photo Credit: Denny Clopper ... See moreSee less
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7 days ago
Fall Gun and Cash Drawing tickets are now avaliable for purchase! Please see our event page for more details. ... See moreSee less
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1 week ago
No Bingo This Evening 07/07/19! We will return with Bingo Tuesday Afternoon starting at 1:00PM ... See moreSee less
2 weeks ago
Happy 4th Of July 🇺🇸 ... See moreSee less
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3 weeks ago
Congratulations to Shippensburg Area EMS for this recognition. Shippensburg Area EMS is primary ALS provider for a large portion of our first due coverage area. Having Shippensburg Area EMS being recognized with this award means our residents can rest assured they are getting top notch ALS care provided to them along with our departments response in the event of a cardiac emergency. Congrats Company 73 we are proud to work alongside your team to provide care. -DC11AFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Heather Franzoni Captain717email@example.comShippensburg Area EMS receives American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline EMS Gold Plus Recognition AwardSHIPPENSBURG PA JUNE 23, 2019 — Shippensburg Area EMS has received the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® EMS Gold Plus Award for implementing quality improvement measures for the treatment of patients who experience severe heart attacks. Every year, more than 250,000 people experience an ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) the deadliest type of heart attack caused by a blockage of blood flow to the heart that requires timely treatment. To prevent death, it’s critical to restore blood flow as quickly as possible, either by mechanically opening the blocked vessel or by providing clot-busting medication. The Mission: Lifeline initiative provides tools, training and other resources to support heart attack care following protocols from the most recent evidence-based treatment guidelines. Mission: Lifeline’s EMS recognition program recognizes emergency medical services for their efforts in improving systems of care to rapidly identify suspected heart attack patients, promptly notify the medical center and trigger an early response from the awaiting hospital personnel. Shippensburg Area EMS is dedicated to providing optimal care for heart attack patients,” said Heather Franzoni, Captain. “We are pleased to be recognized for our dedication and achievements in emergency medical care efforts through Mission: Lifeline.” “EMTs and paramedics play a vital part in the system of care for those who have heart attacks,” said Tim Henry, M.D., Chair of the Mission: Lifeline Acute Coronary Syndrome Subcommittee. “Since they often are the first medical point of contact, they can save precious minutes of treatment time by activating the emergency response system that alerts hospitals to an incoming heart attack patient. We applaud Shippensburg Area EMS for achieving this award in following evidence-based guidelines in the treatment of people who have severe heart attacks.” ... See moreSee less
Pleasant Hall Volunteer Fire Company is at FAYETTEVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT.
4 weeks ago
This evening Ambulance 11-8 transferred to Fayetteville Volunteer Fire Company 7 while multiple ambulances from their department operated on an auto accident with entrapment in Adams County. ... See moreSee less
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Thank you Pleasant Hall Volunteer Fire Company for the coverage
is that the wreck that aviation was called to the scene?
Yesterday at 15:43 Ambulance 11-8 responded to Greene Township 4423 Sycamore Grove Road Box 44-03 for an auto accident with confinement. Photo Credit: Denny Clopper ... See moreSee less
Peace of mind knowing our fire company is well trained
1 month ago
At 20:52 Rescue Engine 11 responded to Greene Township 708 Tristan Trail Box 7-2 for smoke inside a residence. While the Rescue Engine was out Ambulance 11-8 responded on a medical incident. ... See moreSee less