Welcome to the Progress Fire Company
2 days ago
Night 1 of Elevator Rescue Class with Chief Sam Clark ... See MoreSee Less
Where was this I don't like elevators
That’s a bad ass class. I enjoyed the class I took.
4 days ago
Engine 32 is currently responding to a 34 Box on Hazel St for a house fire. Chief 34 arrived with fire showing and upgraded to the “working fire dispatch”. Engine 32 is the 3rd arriving Engine Company and laying a secondary water supply and command advising them to complete a search. ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
***Delayed Post, Penbrook House Fire***
Last night just after 10 pm, Engine and Truck 32 were almost back in station from a call in Penbrook for “Smoke in the House” (Found burnt plastic) when Communications dispatched the 30-1 Box at 29th and Booser for “a reported House fire”. Engine 32 arrived as the 1st Due Engine with Fire Showing from a 3 Story Duplex with Truck 32 right behind them. As Truck 32’s Officer began to conduct a 360, a bystander reported someone still trapped on the 2nd floor.
Engine and Truck 32 found fire throughout the 2nd floor extending to the exposure and 3rd floor as they began fire attack and searches. The Truck Chauffeur threw multiple ladders before opening up horizontally for the Engine Companies. City units positioned on Side C and additional lines were stretched as Tower 1 assisted with opening up. All searches were found to be negative as Command received word from residents that everyone was accounted for. Command 30 requested the “1st Alarm” and additional units from the area arrived and assisted on the scene for several hours.
Squad and Chief 32 also operated on the incident with additional staffing.
Photo Credit Various Social Media sources. ... See MoreSee Less
This was my old home when I lived in Penbrook!
1 week ago
Thanks to Chief Chris Fisher and Dauphin County Hazmat for our annual hazmat ops refresher. Tonight crews worked on victim removals and drags as part of our practical session. ... See MoreSee Less
***Hbg City 2nd Alarm with Mayday***
Truck 32 is currently operating in Harrisburg City on a house fire which was reported with reported entrapment and with a subsequent mayday declared early on in the incident.
Truck 32 was enroute to a gas leak in the city and was rerouted to the fire scene as the 3rd due Truck.
Engine 32 is currently clearing that gas leak in the city and being transferred to City Station 2.
Engine 32-1 is staffed in station with an additional crew for Susquehanna Township and mutual aid areas. ... See MoreSee Less
Hello, this is Ronda from WGAL. May we use these pictures on our air? If so, what is the credit? Thank you.
Hope everyone is ok prayers to all firefighters and people involved
Good job today men, thanks for the help !
Well done positioning by the 32 Truck
Prayers! Stay safe!
Stay safe brothers
Any update on the mayday???
Stay safe brothers
Nice positioning of the tower.
Stay Safe Brothers
Says Susquehanna twnshp. What street?
Any updates on the mayday
Great ladder position
Kevin F Lubinsky is this the one u were saying about ????
Jesse Shutt here's some pictures
Brittany West Tyler West
Shaun Semmeles Michael Latshaw
****34 Box for an Attached Garage Fire****
Engine and Truck 32 just returned from another house fire, this time in Paxtonia’s First Due. Units were sent for a garage fire that was extending to the residence. Rescue and Truck 33 arrived 1st due and confirmed the dispatched information. Engine 32 (3rd Due) and Truck 32 (2nd Due) arrived and assisted with fire attack and opening up vertical and found a double roof on the house. Crews operated for several hours while an additional crew staffed the Rescue-Engine and handled an auto accident in Progress. ... See MoreSee Less
Sta 32 getting a good work out
Mark Anthony read this post it’ll explain what the issue getting it knocked fast was
Sean P Harshaw
Units from Progress just returned from a House Fire in 37’s First Due on Custer Drive. Captain 37 arrived and confirmed the dispatched information with fire through the roof but reported sections of the house still tenable for searches and crews had a car in the driveway. Engine 32 dropped a split lay and proceeded to Side A as the 1st Due Engine Company with Truck 32 as the 1st Due Truck. Engine 37-1 completed the split lay to the pond’s dry hydrant to complete the water supply as the 2nd due engine. Engine and Truck 32 with Engine 37-1 made an offensive attack while searching the first floor tenable areas and performing a VES to the second floor. Crews then transitioned to a defensive attack a short time later to knock the bulk of the fire. Engine 32-1 responded and assisted on scene and Chief 32 had operations and Chief 32-2 had Division 1. Companies from the area worked for several hours to extinguish the fire before going available.
1 Progress Firefighter was transported to a local hospital for burns and has been treated and released. ... See MoreSee Less
Sad to see this. I grew up in this neighborhood. Thank you, all for your service!!!
Great job by all wishing the injured firefighter a speedy recovery
Thank you for your service - my house is right behind this one and it was quite a sight to awaken to. Led to quite a reminder on fire safety with my children - my 4 year old watched the fire fighters in action in amazement.
What a wild week in the County.
So grateful for all firefighters and pray for their safety and insightful decisions on all calls.
A heart felt thank you to all firemen May God always bless and keep you
Prayers for the firefighter
I could understand more of this if it was all in English..... 😂
Where is progressive
Brandon Murray, Brandon Murray
Engine and Truck 32 currently responding to “Mountaindale” Section of 37’s First Due for a House Fire.
PD on the scene confirming a well involved house. ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
Crews just cleared a first due box for a reported kitchen fire on George Street. Engine and Truck 32 communicated running routes to ensure each had a prime position on Side A as the 1st Due Units and Engine 32-1 picked up the supply line as the 2nd Due Engine. Crews found a small fire in the oven and quickly held the assignment to units from Progress.
Good job to the junior members this evening on efficiently and effectively securing the water supply with the hydrant assist valve prior to the arrival of the Rescue-Engine. The training the juniors put in showed off tonight and if this was a fire would have ensured a quick water supply for the Engine Company. ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
Engine and Truck 32 are taking up from a reported kitchen fire in Penbrook. The units from Progress took 2nd due positions arriving just after Wagon 4 and Tower 1. City units found a small fire in the kitchen and the incident was quickly scaled back to the City, Progress, and Penbrook. ... See MoreSee Less
What street location?
Progress Fire 32 shared a post.
1 month ago
Check out Progress Fire Hockey’s new uniforms they will be wearing for the DC Firefighters Burn Foundation Hockey Tournament. These look great!The “ DC Burn Tournament “ is scheduled for April 3-5 and the team will be sporting a new look this year! Thanks to Rebirth sports for all your help with setting these jerseys up for us! ... See MoreSee Less
These look sharp!! Can’t wait for the tourney!
I want one of those jerseys if they become available
Eww nasty! Need a ringer 👀?
1 month ago
***First Due Basement Fire***
Engine 32, 32-1, and the Truck arriving at a first due house fire in the 2100 block Walnut St. Units from Progress reported a fire in the basement with basement access on Side C. Crews have the fire knocked and opening up. ... See MoreSee Less
Control Marked, Holding 32,33, and 37.
Michael R. Horst