Welcome to the Progress Fire Company
3 days ago
Crews just cleared this Accident on N Progress Ave. The Rescue-Engine was sent for a vehicle on its side with a person still inside. The Rescue-Engine arrived and confirmed the vehicle was on its side but with all occupants out with a minor injury. ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
The Rescue-Engine got a bath and looked shiny after a call thanks to a community car wash at Brookfield Bible Church! Thank you as always for your support to the first responders of Susquehanna Township. ... See MoreSee Less
Beautiful sunrise over Progress as the Engine Company is out on a fire alarm in the township. ... See MoreSee Less
My view of the sunrise in Palmyra this morning at 5:30am this morning............
Progress is seeking interested persons for our Live-In Program. We are anticipating possible openings in the near future and would like to begin the interview process for potential Live-Ins.
Pictured is the “Kidz Play Pen” in which the Live-Ins store their gear. This has been the same Play Pen since the 1980’s when the Live-In program was started. Many members have hung their gear in the playpen and now hang their gear in career stations around America. If you are interested in becoming a part of the Progress tradition and a station with pride that runs deeps, send an email to Liveinrequest@progressfire.com for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
The Rescue-Engine is currently on the scene in Colonial Park at the Applebee’s for a 1st Alarm Building Fire. Lower Paxton units were sent for an air conditioner fire with Chief 82 arriving with smoke showing from the front and roof area and requesting the 1st Alarm.
The Rescue-Engine arrived as the 2nd due Engine Company and is assisting with opening up. Crews have a fire between the ceiling and roof in the area of the A/C unit. ... See MoreSee Less
***First Due House Fire***
Company 32 and mutual aid units were dispatched to Walker Mill Rd in the 32-6 box area for a reported dryer fire. Engine 32-1 arrived with smoke showing and found fire in 2 rooms and the attic. Engine 37 arrived and assumed the 1st due Truck assignment and Engine 33 as the 2nd due Engine Company stretched a back up line with other mutual aid companies assisting with suppression and overhaul. Companies from Rescue Fire Company #37, Penbrook Fire 30, Colonial Park Fire Co. #1, Paxtonia 34 Fire Company, Linglestown Fire Company No. 1 - Station 35, Paxtang Fire Company #1, and Swatara Fire 91 were on scene assisting and the Northeast Fire & Rescue from Cumberland County transferred to Progress to cover our area. ... See MoreSee Less
I love First Responders
Peggy, I f I can do anything please call me. Give my best to everyone
Thank you all so much from the bottom of our hearts.
The Rescue-Engine is currently on the scene in Halifax assisting multiple companies with a land rescue for a hiker who had a medical emergency on the Appalachian trail. ... See MoreSee Less
Progress would like to take a moment to thank those businesses who supported us during the 2019 Expo Bash. These companies help to make Expo Bash possible and we appreciate all they do for us. Check them out and give them your business!
Glick Fire Equipment Company
David A. Smith Printing, Inc.
Classic Drycleaners and Laundromats
Box1075customs "keep the tradition alive"
Ain't Your Standard Issue
The Hook & Can
FAST Rescue Solutions
B. Moyer Radio Communications
Tattered Flag Brewery & Still Works
Tröegs Independent Brewing
Spring Gate Vineyard
Anderson Rescue Solutions, LLC
Gold Leaf Furnace Piece
Smooth Bore Cartel
East Cape Clothing
Old Engine 7 Sign Co.
Up In Smoke BBQ
Firehouse Clothing Co.
D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc.
Norm's Custom Neon Clocks
Service1st Restoration & Remodeling
Kint Beverage Concepts
Fire & Rescue Products
Specialized Fire Equipment Service ... See MoreSee Less
FAST Rescue Solutions is proud to support one of our 'Tribe' members! Keep up the great work of being a trendsetting organization!
Glad we could be a part of this great event!
Glad we could support a great cause!
Had a great time! Looking forward to next year.
We just passed that and wondered what was going in.
Thanks for sharing the picture guys!
I saw this gentleman fly through the air along with the bike. I hope he is ok.
The Engine Company handled this afternoon crash on N. Progress Ave. The incident was report as entrapment but the occupant crawled out before the fire departments arrival. ... See MoreSee Less
Was there a black guy driving that car. Not the truck
Who is responsible for cleaning up the debris from this accident? There is still glass, broken mirror and oil dry all over Progress Avenue.
The Rescue-Engine is currently transferred to Station 48 (Hershey) while they work a first due fatal house fire. ... See MoreSee Less
The Engine Companies got outfitted with custom steamer cap decals yesterday. Truckman Blink still has love for the Engine Companies and designed these custom decals to add a nice touch to the pump panel! ... See MoreSee Less
Sweet ! Nicely done
Another awesome project done blink!
Wow. Makes me want to but steamer caps back on just for these.
Kenneth Edward Ryan Sweeney
Blink is trying to help the Hose Draggers feel better about themselves for not being Truck Men.