Welcome to the Progress Fire Company
5 hours ago
The Truck Company is currently operating at an Auto Accident in Cumberland County on Wertzville Rd at Interstate 81 with Engine 40 Paxtang Fire Company #1.
Truck 32 and Engine 40 were transferred this evening to Hampden Township Volunteer FD while they operate at a 2nd Alarm House Fire in East Pennsboro Township.
The station remains staffed with an additional crew for the Engine Company and has also handled a first due Auto Accident. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for all you do
2 days ago
Tuesday Evening had units out with Lower Swatara Fire Department at an acquired structure working in Mayday scenarios and using the Fast Boards from FAST Rescue Solutions. Thank you to Lower Swatara for the invite.
During the training, the station remained staffed and responded to a first due Structure Fire that was reported out but had a Burn Victim. Units arrived and confirmed the fire was out and assisted EMS with patient care. ... See MoreSee Less
Today just after 4:30pm units from Progress and mutual aid were dispatched for an Auto Shop on fire in the Progress First Due. Squad 32 marked up with a column as Engine, Truck, and Chief 32 went responding. Units from Progress arrived with a working fire in the garage portion of the auto shop. Engine 32 placed 1 line in service while the Truck Company forced multiple doors and opened up vertically. Command marked control at the 15 minute mark and held the incident to Company 32, Engine 33 and Truck 34.
As units were still on scene at this incident, Box 32-6 was sent at the Inn of the Dove for a fire alarm. Engine 37 arrived to find a fire in the wall. Engine 37 and 30 operated on this incident. As units cleared this, Box 37-1 was sent for a couch on fire on a porch. Engine 32-1 and Truck 32 responded to this incident. Chief 84, Engine 37 and Truck 2 arrived and confirmed a fire on the porch and found no extension and scaled the incident back. ... See MoreSee Less
Progress members are currently in Worcester, MA paying respect to Lt. Jason Menard who passed in the Line of Duty while operating on a house fire with reported people trapped last week. Lt. Menard’s selfless actions also saved the lives of members of his crew while giving his own. ... See MoreSee Less
Way to represent brothers
4 days ago
Last night just after 10pm, Harrisburg City units were sent to Briggs St for a house fire. City units arrived with fire in 3 houses and requested the 1st and then 2nd Alarm which sent Truck 32 to the scene.
Truck 32 positioned in the alley to the rear and split crews assisting with fire attack and opening up vertically. At one point during the incident command transitioned to a defensive attack to knock the bulk of the fire with the Elevated Master Streams. Crews transitioned back inside for several hours finishing overhauling the buildings before being released.
Progress wishes a speedy recover to the Harrisburg Fireman who was injured during the incident.
Photo Credit: numerous social media accounts ... See MoreSee Less
Great job. The city would never be able to make it without county volunteers!
5 days ago
The Truck Company is operating in the City of Harrisburg on a 2nd Alarm Fire. The Truck Company is in the rear and used master streams to assist knocking the bulk of the fire. Crews have transitioned back into an offensive attack and are still working.
The station remains staffed with additional crews.
Photo Credit to one of our followers in the comments. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Doors are open for our first annual vendor sale! Please come out and support your local fire company. ... See MoreSee Less
This evening prior to the monthly company meeting staffing members paid a visit to the longest living member and presented him with a plaque thanking him for his years of service. Ray Hoover Jr. joined in 1951 and served as company president in 1971. ... See MoreSee Less
This is awesome! I'm glad to see this! Well done men, all that presented Mr Hoover with this plaque, like he himself is, you fellas are all gentlemen and scholars! Thank you again for all your hard work and dedication to the P3F2C
Class Act gentlemen, this picture speaks brotherhood and dedication. Thank you Mr. Hoover for your dedication and service over those years that you served with Progress.
Nice job guys!
Great job Company 32. Never forget your history and the ones who created it.
Great job brother's this is why the 32 house is above the rest
Mr Hoover man he was a great old neighbor.
Hoover’s are absolutely awesome people! I bet he was mad too!!!😁😲
That’s what brotherhood is!!
The members of Progress would like to congratulate Lt. Jordan Linhart and his wife Emily on their marriage yesterday. It was a beautiful service and reception and wish you many years of happiness! #livelaughlinhart ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to you and your wife LT!
Members have been out and about this week and will be the remaining of the month in schools and Day Cares around Progress talking about fire prevention and safety. ... See MoreSee Less
GOOD TO TEACH THE KIDS WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF A FIRE !
Congratulations to Chris Bensley on his graduation last evening from the career academy for the Navy Region Mid-Atlantic Fire and Emergency Services in Norfolk, Virginia! ... See MoreSee Less
The Truck Company is currently set up with Harrisburg Bureau of Fire Station #2- Kings Of The Hill Tower 1 at the Central DauphIn High School “Thin Blue Line” Football game honoring fallen Firefighters and Law Enforcement. ... See MoreSee Less
****Working Fire 37-1 Box****
This afternoon the county dispatched units to the 3900-Block of N 6th Street for a house fire. Chief 37-1 arrived with fire showing as the county sent the 1st Alarm (Working Fire Assignment). Truck 32 took the 2nd Due position in the alley on Side Charlie, laddered the building, and opened up the roof as crews found fire in the attic.
Engine 32 and 32-1 arrived and assisted crews with fire attack and opening up.
Thanks to Hampden Township Volunteer FD and Elizabethtown Fire Dept Station 74 for transferring. ... See MoreSee Less
Your a man Dylan
Units from Progress are currently operating at a House Fire in the 37-1 Box Area. Video of the Rescue-Engine responding. ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats to the 3 newest Truck Qualified Riders At Progress. Jordan Wiley, Jake Peretin, and Dylan Landuyt have worked hard for several months to complete the necessary steps for the Truck Company at Progress. Congrats Men! ... See MoreSee Less
CONGRATS Jake. What you do can really be tuff. I'm proud and happy for you.
Congratulations on all your hard work!!
Congrats! What’s some of the steps ￼necessary to get turned over?
Congratulations men. Great work.
CONGRATS MEN !
Atta boy Landuyt!!!