Rose Fire Company No. 1

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2016 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 30 0
Feb 38 105
Mar 19 0
Apr 30 101
May 18 0
Jun 24 0
Jul 0 0
Aug 0 0
Sep 0 0
Oct 0 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 159 206

Incident Totals
Fire EMS
2015 376 1344
2014 480 1442
2013 387 1362
2012 391 1307
2011 440 1150
2010 414 1140
2009 432 1177
2008 400 1092
2007 450 1131
2006 392 1178
2005 435 1235
Total 4597 13558

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First Due Barn Fire

Deputy Chief Joshua Campbell, July 11

Around 1am on 7/11 York County Communications dispatched Box 58-16 for a working barn fire. Units miles out were able to see flames from the area. Crews arrived to confirm dispatch with a working barn fire and requested a tanker taskforce. Master streams were used from 2 ladder trucks "one tower, one tiller" to gain better access above the fire for suppression. Units marked control at 2:56AM and remained ... (Full Story & Photos)

Extrication Training Invite

Deputy Chief Joshua Campbell, July 10

Thank you Glen Rock Hose and Ladder Company for the invite to partake in some vehicle extrication training. ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Rope Rescue Equipment

Deputy Chief Joshua Campbell, July 10

Rose Fire Company recently added some new rope rescue equipment to Tower 58. Crews are starting to become familiar with the tools this week. Pictured is a double pulley system with attaches to the rungs of the ladder.
This device allows for 360 degree turntable rotation while maintaining alignment of ropes with the ladder. Elevation of the stokes basket is inputted by gentile extension and retraction ... (Full Story & Photos)


Deputy Chief Joshua Campbell, July 10

And yet another brother from the Rose Fire Company becomes a Career Firefighter. This time with the Baltimore County Fire Department. Congratulations to Tyler Abshagen as he graduates from the BCoFD career fire academy #107. You deserve it!!!... (Full Story & Photos)

Volunteers Wanted

Deputy Chief Joshua Campbell, June 24

HELP WANTED!! We always have a need for more volunteers! Check out our new video and see how you can help your community!

There are several ways to volunteer at Rose Fire Company No. 1


-Emergency Medical Technicial (EMT)

-Fire Police Officer

-Junior Firefighter/Cadet (ages 14-17)

-Administrative/Social Member

-Ladies Auxiliary

Training and equipment are provided at no cost to ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due Electrical Outlet Fire

Fire Chief Kris Shearer, June 24

Station 58 was dispatched to Railroad Borough along with mutual aid for a report of a structure fire. Engine 58-1 with 5 arrived on scene and found small fire in an outlet that was out on arrival. Box was scaled back to Engine 58-1 for overhaul.... (Full Story & Photos)

Hazardous Materials Incident

Fire Chief Kris Shearer, May 26

Today at 0923 hours Station 58 was alerted to 200 block of E Main Street in New Freedom for a hazmat incident by SRPD. Chief 58 responded and requested the Hazmat Duty Officer while the Hazmat Team was placed on stand by. Crews found an unknown substance that was dumped in a storm drain and traveled the pipe, then came out a spill way and covered several properties. Engine 58-1 contained the spill ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due Reported Fire

Deputy Chief Joshua Campbell, May 22

Station 58 along with mutual aid was dispatched for report of a fire on the 200 block of N. Front Street. Crews made entry into the home and found food left unattended on the stove which caused the smoke condition. Box was scaled back to both Engines from 58 for smoke removal.
12 members from 58 responded to the incident.... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due MVA w/ Confinedment

Deputy Chief Joshua Campbell, April 13

On April 12th at 2218 hours, Station 58 was dispatched to box 58-08 for a MVA w/ report of Entrapment. Chief 58 arrived and found one vehicle off the roadway and found one patient who was confined. Truck 58 secured the vehicle and removed the drivers door to get access to the patient on the passenger side for MICU 58. Engine 58-2 arrived and pulled a handline for backup. Crews left the scene just ... (Full Story & Photos)

Truck and Engine to Baltimore for a Chimney Fire

Deputy Chief Joshua Campbell, April 10

On April 10th at 2235 hours, the Truck and Engine were dispatch to a BCoFD box 45 for report of a chimney fire. Truck 58 arrived second and took roof operations while Engine 58-2 assisted with interior. Crews extinguished fire in the chimney and the minor extension that occurred in the roof.... (Full Story & Photos)



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