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7 days 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 👀?
2 weeks 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
***2020 Progress Elected Company Officers***
Fire Chief: Ken McCann
Deputy Chief: Glenn McCoy
Assistant Chief: Kyle Strausbaugh
Chairman: Brian Hockenberry
Treasurer: Robert Hill
Financial Secretary: Ben Gevers
Recording Secretary: Dylan Landuyt
Trustees: Phil Agostino, Adam Wynn, Jake Peretin
***Appointed Line Officers***
Capt 32: Mike Lawrence
Capt 32-1: Joey Wynn
Capt 32-2: Josh Seeds
Lt 32: Jordan Linhart
Lt 32-1: Nick Rodkey
Congratulations to Capt Seeds on his promotion and thank you to all those Elected and Appointed officers who served the company and citizens in 2019. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to all of officers of 32 be safe brothers
Congratulations to all officers at the 32 House.
Congratulations to all and thank you for your service!
Congratulations all and best of luck in the New Year! #fast32
Congratulations Josh on your promotion.🚒💕💖👍
Congratulations to all
Ok I’ll just come home then
***2 Bells in the City***
The Truck Company is currently operating at a 2nd Alarm House Fire in the city of Harrisburg. City units arrived with fire in multiple units of a row home and requested the 1st and then 2nd Alarm. Truck 32 is currently opening up for the Engine Companies as they continue to gain control of the incident.
Photo Credit: Steven Stilo Jr. ... 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.
All be safe brothers
Prayers for everyone involved
Be safe men.
Yeah boy. Looks like it had a good start
Laceey Bixler this is what you saw
Keith Eugene Murray
Owen Scott Kenny Casey
Fire running down the cock loft
***First Due House Fire Overnight***
The first day of 2020 brought a first due house fire for Progress 1 block from the station. Just after 10 pm, communications dispatched a house fire in the 3400-blk of Walnut street with the additional information of fire coming from a wall. The Police Department arrived with smoke showing followed seconds later by Chief 32-2 with fire showing from the Delta Side on the 1st Floor. Engine and Truck 32 arrived performing 1st Due responsibilities stretching an attack line, laddering the building, opening up the 1st floor and primary searches. Engine 32’s line crew had the bulk of the fire knocked quickly within minutes of arrival (shown in the video).
Engine 33 secured Engine 32’s water supply and stretched a back up line to the 2nd floor where no extension was found. Truck 34 assisted with ladders, Engine 40 positioned to the rear with a supply line which was pick up by Engine 30 and Rescue 37 performed a secondary search. At the 10 minute mark command returned the units that were still responding and held the units on the scene for overhaul and assisting the family to salvage items.
Photo Credit: Dustin Weese and Coleman-Cobb at Capital City Fire Photos ... See MoreSee Less
Good JOB !
**Christmas Present for the College Students**
Today Susquehanna Township issued out the Fall 2019 College Firefighter Scholarships to members of Progress and Rescue Fire Company #37. Since 2013, Susquehanna Township has issued scholarship checks to our live-ins and Township residents that are active firefighters as well as college students. Contact us if you are interested in our live-in program at Liveinrequest@progressfire.com or other opportunities. If you’re a business and want to contribute to our scholarship program, contact the Fire Marshal's Office at Gdrees@susquehannatwp.com. ... See MoreSee Less
A huge thank you from a parent of one of your live-ins! Matt loves your program and the brotherhood that he has developed wile living there can’t be described!! Thank you for taking care of my boy and helping him grow into a lifelong community servant!! Merry Christmas Progress 32 and all of Susquehanna Township!!
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALL AT RESCUE FIRE DEPT !
The Truck Company recently cleared a kitchen fire in the Boro of Steelton. Engine 50 and Chief 50-3 arrived with smoke showing and had a fire in the kitchen. Truck 32 arrived as the 1st Due Truck Company, and assisted with opening for the engine companies who had the fire knocked down and ventilation. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to past Live In Kyle Seeger on his graduation from the Arlington County Fire Department Academy. Seeger came to Progress from Huntington County to be a live in back in 2015. Members traveled to show their support this evening at Seeger’s graduation.
Congratulations Seeger and Progress wishes you a safe and rewarding career. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Kyle n best wishes n good luck
Congratulations sir! I know your parents are proud.
Congratulations Kyle￼ congratulations Kyle proud moment
CONGRATULATIONS LITTLE BUDDY.
Congratulations Kyle !
Congratulations. Kyle Seeger.
Progress Fire is pleased to announce that Deputy Chief Glenn McCoy was awarded the 2019 Craig Webb Award for Fire and Rescue Leader Of the year by the DauphIn County Commisioners today. Chief McCoy began his service to Dauphin County as a junior Firefighter in 1978 and has served as a line officer for Progress for the last 30 plus years.
Congratulations to Chief McCoy on achieving this honor today. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Chief!! Well deserved thank you for your dedicated service to Dauphin County.
Congratulations! Looking good in your class A’s ... remember to bring them to Classic Drycleaners and Laundromats for cleaning at no charge! Thank you all for your service!
Wow! So very wonderful and what a deserved honor! Congratulations Glenn.
Congratulations Chief on a well deserved award!!!
Well deserved Chief McCoy.
Congratulations and thank you for all you do to keep us safe!
Thank you for your many years of service. Good job! 🎉🎉
Congratulations Glenn! I’m proud to know you and have served with you!
YAY!!! Congratulations and what a wonderful, well deserved award, Chief!!!
Congratulations Glenn! I still remember back when a small group of younger folks started hanging around station 59. You, Neil Matz, Nick DiFrancesco, Tim Heaton - that is a pretty darned good group of guys in a short period of time coming through that podunk station.
Congratulations Chief McCoy!! Well deserved and a great example for many!
A well deserved honor. Congratulations!!!
Congratulations Glenn! Well deserved I have enjoyed working with you for many years.
Congrats Chief!! Well deserved!!
Congrats Chief McCoy
They finely got it right this year. Congratulations Glenn!
Congrats Glenn. Well done.
Congratulations Uncle Glen!!!
Congratulations! Well deserved!
The Rescue-Engine is currently picking up from a Car Fire this morning on Elmerton Ave. ... See MoreSee Less
Dang and so close to the holidays...thank you for being there.
Progress Fire and Santa use only the best Dry Cleaners to clean the big guys red suit after a rainy Saturday around town. Thank you Classic Drycleaners and Laundromats for your continued support of all Emergency Services in the region! ... See MoreSee Less
That’s awesome!!! Thank you for all that you do!! We love you!
The Truck Company was out this afternoon delivering Santa to sweetFrog Premium Frozen Yogurt to spread for more Holiday Cheer. Stop By Sweet Frog and have your photo taking with Santa today. ... See MoreSee Less
Today the members of Progress continued a long tradition of escorting Santa around the first due. Despite the rain, we were able to bring smiles to many kids faces. Thank You to everyone who endured the rain and came out to see us and we wish everyone a Happy and Safe Holiday Season. ... See MoreSee Less
the boys love this every year!
Well done Progress. Nobody Does It Better! Hope you all have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! STAY SAFE
Thanks for posting. Brings back many happy memories!
Brings back memories for me also. Grew up in that area.
It's great to see a tradition carried on Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Safe New Year's
Thank you so much. You have no idea how much this annual tradition means to me and my family! Merry Christmas
You guys are awesome. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL OF YOU 🎄🤶❤🚒❤32❤
Great job Brothers thanks for carrying on the tradition
Santa is on schedule. These are the smiles and excitement that Santa is bringing this morning! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you guys!
Santa begins his route at 9:30! The event is rain or shine today. Listen for the siren, check the times below for when siren will be close to your house. If Santa gets delayed, we will post updates here. ... See MoreSee Less