Welcome to the Progress Fire Company
3 days ago
As the weeks with the old tower grow shorter, we figured we’d let an old friend visit for the night! The Commander is in house tonight for tomorrow’s Pennsylvania Pump Primers INC. event. ... See MoreSee Less
If we’re running that as first out wagon for the night I will be in from home!
Always loved seeing the Bushwacker...
Was awesome having this at my wedding, loved driving her. Glad she came home.
Leonard Wallace Nice Duo
Where is the old tower going ??
Nice seeing the ole dog back in the house. Now if only the other 2 could be there with it.
4 days ago
We got hose!! An order of Mercedes Hose has arrived for on the New Rescue-Engine. The men have also spent the week painting the new cribbing for on the Tower and Rescue-Engine.
Thank you to Edgemont Firehouse #31 for allowing us to use some room to store these items. ... See MoreSee Less
Where did you guys order your wood cribbing from or did you cut it yourself.
Geez Christmas has come early
Putting rescue tools on the tower for back up or rit?
Progress Fire 32 added 3 new photos.
4 days ago
This afternoon the Rescue-Engine ran a 2nd Alarm fire to East Pennsboro Twp for a house fire. The crew from Progress arrived and found first alarm companies had the bulk of the fire knocked down and was sent to assist with opening up and extinguishing hot spots. ... See MoreSee Less
Progress Fire 32 added 5 new photos.
7 days ago
This beauty is on the Blue Floor for final inspection at Pierce Mfg. Thank you again to the Township Officials who made this project possible and Glick Fire Equipment Company and Cyle Sheaffer for their work during the spec and build process. The committee did an outstanding job putting together the new Rescue-Engine. ... See MoreSee Less
Looking good guys
What kind of tool?
That’s bad ass looking engine. Congratulations to you all
That is one of the sweetest engines I’ve ever seen!
Vernier Throttle nice
Very nice Engine-Rescue
What’s the tank and pump size
Billy Harrison Julian Bailer Kenneth Zook Trenton Everly Cameron Swartz Brandon Eicker
Great looking engine / rescue
No air horns?
There's a very sweet-looking rescue engine engine
1 week ago
The Company is clearing a first due box at Starbucks at the Shoppes for an odor of something burning. The call was quickly scaled back to the units from Progress with the source being a freezer. ... See MoreSee Less
There will be hell to pay if you let that place burn!
It may be warm and sunny in Central PA but that doesn’t keep 80 year old life member Charlie Mowry from helping detail the Engine Company this morning.
Charlie faithfully comes in every Friday morning for a cup of coffee with the men and share stories. Today Charlie couldn’t sit and watch the men wash the Engine, his Progress pride kicked in and he grabbed a rag to help.
Alumni members, every Friday morning at 9 am has been a tradition for everyone to gather around the table and have a cup of coffee and share stories or tell some history. The door is always open to visitors as well. ... See MoreSee Less
Pride and tradition go hand in hand
Good stuff. The pride for your company should NEVER fade!
I wish more companies could have the same traditions.
You guys are the highlight of his week. ❤️ my father loves it.
Pride is free
He 100% lives and breathes 32
The Progress Family will live forever, the ALUMNI are ALL THE LIVING PROOF U NEED 😇. Same today when we meet as it was in the 76 when I joined . Picks up right where we left off last time, JUST AWESOME
That’s a awesome person
A quiet week around Progress finally ended today. With the Tower being out of service with maintenance for the last week and the New Tower headed back to New Jersey for some scheduled work at the Dealer, the men have been staffing the Engine Companies.
Crews today ran broke the quiet spell and ran an Afa, Auto Accident, and a Box Alarm in Penbrook. Engine 32 arrived in Penbrook with smoke showing, secured their own water and ran a line. Crew quickly found a fire in the stove, confined to the stove. ... See MoreSee Less
Anybody interested in buying tk 32 when it come back from maintenance?
Overnight the Truck Company was sent to Penn Twp, Perry County for a building fire. Units from Duncannon arrived to Fire showing and went to work making an aggressive stop on the fire advancement before it got to the Sanctuary.
Truck 32 arrived and crew split assisting with fire attack and opening up inside while the outside crew checked the roof area of the Sanctuary for extension.
Crews operated on scene for several hours before being released. ... See MoreSee Less
The Members and Officers would like to congratulate Firefighters Brandon Link, Brandon Mueller, and Vincent Lacognata for completing the 2017-2018 Truck Class. These 3 men have gone through 8 months of intense training taught by our current truckmen and officers, putting in over 100 hours of training and obtaining their state level Truck Company Operations 1 & 2, forcible entry training, ladders, vent enter search, roof operations and many hours of street smart skills. Progress Fire Company has a very long history of tradition and pride in the truck company business and these men are now just beginning their part in the history. ... See MoreSee Less
Great accomplishment...But back in the OLD DAYS...We showed up and ran fire calls and had Pop Pop and Rocky on are ASS all day long....How time has change
Congratulations boys great job!
We would like to say congratulations to Fireman Derek Brindle on his Graduation from Susquehanna Twp High School last night. Derek has worked hard over the years to maintain his required grades to allow him to staff the firehouse and work towards his FF1 while still in High School. The members are very proud of Derek’s accomplishments as many have watched you grow from a toddler running lines and dropping lines from a Power Wheel to now. ... See MoreSee Less
Productive day around the station since the Sun decided to come out! The Engine company went and got some drafting in while another crew worked on the new Tower’s Ladders getting them ready for service. ... See MoreSee Less
Just before midnight, Rescue-Engine 32-1 was sent to Penbrook for a reported accident with entrapment. Units from Progress and Penbrook arrived to find an SUV on its roof with multiple large pine trees down around and on top of the vehicle. The single occupant in the vehicle was not hurt and was being assisted out by the Police Department as the vehicle was previously involved in fleeing from local officers.
Before clearing the scene, the Police Department requested the Progress units to respond to a local Convenience Store as the incident started when the vehicle drove into the store.
Just after clearing both locations Engine 32 was sent to a 33 Box (Colonial Park) for a shed fire that was attached to a house. Engine 32 arrived as the 3rd due Engine and sent manpower forward to assist Colonial Park and Paxtonia members with overhaul. Engine 32 cleared the scene shortly after. ... See MoreSee Less
Hi this is Jared from WGAL, can we use these photos on-air and online with credit to you?
Leonard Wallace Busy Night
Progress Fire 32 added 3 new photos.
1 month ago
The Company is out training at Hacc today as part of the Dauphin County Run day sponsored by the Dauphin County Fire Chiefs Association. Companies from all over Dauphin County are together doing various training scenarios and working with mutual aid partners to train together to ensure we are providing the citizens and visitors the top notch service they expect. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
The Rescue-Engine is currently transferring to York County Wrightsville Fire & Rescue Company 41 while crews from around York and Lancaster county work a 3 Alarm Commercial Building Fire in 41’s first due. ... See MoreSee Less
Meet you fellas in the middle!
Reppin 41 today
Thank u for doing the long hull and staffing our house Appreciate it thanks again guys
Progress Fire 32 added 4 new photos.
2 months ago