Welcome to the Progress Fire Company
The Engine Company just cleared this car fire at a Gas Station on Walnut St in the first due.
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I pray all is well God bless everyone thank God they got it out in time
Our thoughts and prayers are with the members of the Philadelphia Fire Department as their department suffered a Line of Duty Death while operating in a building fire. Please keep the members of their department and the family of the fallen in your prayers. ... See MoreSee Less
***1st Alarm in the City***
The Truck Company is currently operating on an Auto Shop fire in the city on N 7th Street. Crews have went defensive and Truck 32 was assigned to come from the north and set up for Master Stream ops.
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Ok that makes sense where the smoke was coming from earlier seen it from the rail yard thought It was the scrap yard again
Where is this at
Stay safe guys
***50 years of Service to Progress***
Tonight during the regular company meeting of the Progress Fire Company, the officers and members gathered to honor a member with 50 years of service to the Progress Fire Company and the Citizens of Susquehanna Township. Eugene Michael Rodkey was honored for his 50 years of dedicated selfless service and was presented a plaque by the membership which was made by member Robert Sharpe (Remember it in Glass). Susquehanna Township Chief Drees was in attendance and presented a proclamation from the Susquehanna Township Board of Commissioners for Eugene’s service to the Township.
After the company meeting, members, family, and friends gathered for a meal and enjoy fellowship with Eugene. ... See MoreSee Less
I am so happy that my husband finally got the respect that he deserves. I am so proud of you Michael. You are the love of my life. ❤️
Congratulations Sir, people like you are 1 in a million, recognition isn't near enough thanks. Picking your mind of those 50 years would be priceless!!! God Bless America and volunteers as your self.
Sorry we were unable to attend. Congratulations Mike. Thank you for your service to Susquehanna Township.
I'm glad to see they honor respect and cherish their members....
Well deserved!! Thank you for your years of service, Mike!!!
Congratulations Mike, have lots of memories with you brother. God bless you
Congrats Mike, well deserved recognition. 🎉❤️
Congratulations Mike !!
Congratulations Mike for a job well done.
Mike congratulations well deserved
Congratulations Brother 🎉!
Whilst they may not be riding anymore you have to remember and honour those that did the hard yards before us - we will all be there one day.
***LIVE-IN OPPORTUNITES AVAILABLE***
The Progress Fire Company is seeking individuals interested in our “Live-In” program for open spots in the near future. The Progress Fire Company established its Student Live-In Program in 1979 and was one of the first in the Central PA Area and continues to be one of the most successful in Central PA. The program has expanded over to the years to welcome not just college students but also those wanting to advance themselves in the fire service while holding employment in the area. The Progress Fire Company and the Live-In program has had a very high success rate of members being hired by Career Fire Departments across the country and many continue to dedicate time to Progress and serving the community. More information about the Live-In Program can be found at www.progressfire.com under the Live-Ins tab.
If you are interested in the “Live-In” program either now or the near future such as High School Seniors right now, please email email@example.com. Please include your Name, contact information, if you’d plan to be a student live-in or employed, projected move-in timeline, and any current fire service certifications (i.e FF1, FF2, EMT).
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***Tower on 2nd Alarm in the City***
This afternoon the Truck Company was dispatched for a reported row home fire on Berryhill St in the Allison Hill section of the city. Initial units had fire in multiple houses with reported people trapped. Truck 32 arrived and threw ladders in the rear and VES’d (Vent, Enter, Searched) the 2nd floor exposure. As the searches were completed which were negative, command evacuated the building.
The Truck crew assisted in multiple buildings opening up and with fire suppression. Crews operated on the scene for several hours before being released. ... See MoreSee Less
Large fire 🔥 and in row houses yet 😢
That's too bad😪😪😔😔
My wife knows people that live there
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Prayers to all. Hope everyone got out ok
Several porches on fire. Get it
Congratulations to the Class of 2022 High School Graduates including one of our own Kendal Davis. Kendal came to Progress as a Junior spending time in the firehouse on weekends and evening and learning new skills during Live-In Academy. Kendal has graduated from the Williams Valley High School and plans to be a Live-In Member at Progress this fall. Congratulations Kendal.
Progress is always accepting Live-In membership request so if this something that interest you email us today to began the open lines of communication. Email Capt. Seeds at firstname.lastname@example.org and include your contact info, any previous training, and if you are interested in being a college student live-in or being employed while being a live-in. ... See MoreSee Less
Overnight the Engine and Truck were sent to a 37-1 in Rescue Fire Company #37 first due for a car fire in a detached garage. Engine 32 arrived laying a supply line into the alley and confirmed the dispatched info. Engine 32’s crew stretched a bumper line with Engine 37 and Squad 20 stretching a back up line. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks guys for all your hard work.
**1st Alarm City Fire**
Yesterday afternoon, the Truck Company was sent to the Grayco Apartments in Harrisburg City as part of the 1st Alarm Assignment. City units arrived with an apartment on fire on the 4th floor and made an aggressive stop with utilizing the stand pipe system in the building. Truck 32 arrived and assisted with secondary searches on multiple floors above the fire and ventilation. ... See MoreSee Less
***The Progress Family Grows***
Congratulations to Phil and his wife Megan on the birth of their 1st child, a beautiful little boy, Lorenzo Natale Agostino, whom they welcomed into the world on 5/7/2022.
At their 20 week anatomy scan Enzo was diagnosed with hypoplastic left heart syndrome. On May 12th he underwent his first of 3 open heart surgeries at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, & is doing well! Enzo will be spending the next few months at CHP awaiting his second surgery. Please keep their tough little man in your thoughts & prayers as he continues his journey! ... See MoreSee Less
So happy for Phil and Megan and Enzo ❤️ continued prayers for the new family 🙏🙏 God will keep watchful eyes on all of you. Stay strong
Prayers for this precious little boy to have God touch him with a miracle healing 🙏 and prayers for Mom and Dad, as they go through this stressful time. 🛐✝️💙
Prayers for this precious little one and his parents
ALMIGHTY GOD, PLEASE HEAL THIS SPECIAL LITTLE BOY, AND PLEASE LET HIM FEEL YOUR HOLY TOUCH AND YOUR LOVE AND HIS PARENTS ALSO IN JESUS HOLY NAME I PRAY AMEN!!!
Congratulations sending prayers
Congratulations and sending love and positive vibes your way!!!
Congrats on the birth of your son I am sorry to hear about his heart problems are son had surgery at 21 days old to but he looks like a strong little man he will be in are prayers and thank you for your service at progress fire department they are the best in the world nobody does it better than progress does good luck
Congrats and best wishes for all 3 successful surgeries for that little guy. Stay strong.
Congrats!! He is beautiful! If you guys need anything, I am right up the street!
My prayers are with all 3 of you. If you need anything please call me.
Prayers for all
**2 Bells in the City**
Truck 32 was sent last night on the 1st alarm to the Uptown section of Harrisburg City for fire in row home. Truck 32 positioned in the alley to the rear while city crews were placing several lines in service as the fire was in the middle of the row and extending both directions.
Truck 32’s inside team reported to the front and was assigned an exposure building and stretched a line off of Wagon 4 and worked their own building. Truck 32’s Chauffeur set up and went to the roof with City Truck Companies and assisted with putting multiple vent holes above each house.
Station 32 was staffed with an additional crew and ran a propane leak in the first due. Thanks to Elizabethtown Fire Dept Station 74 for transferring their Tower to Progress to cover.
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Nicely done , a good job by all. :-})