Welcome to the Progress Fire Company
Expo Weekend 2022 is upon us and unfortunately with the shortened schedule we are not having an Expo Bash this year. With that said, the bay doors are open, the coffee is fresh, and there are T-Shirts for sale. Stop by and visit if you are in the area.
If you are interested in our live-in program send Capt. Seeds an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. ... See MoreSee Less
There is a pole down in the lot of Union Square Shopping Center on Union Deposit Rd. This has created a power outage in the area and causing traffic issues. Avoid the area of Union Deposit Rd by Texas Roadhouse, Sheetz, and Lowes for the next several hours.
Susquehanna Township Police ... See MoreSee Less
***1st Due Fire***
Company 32 and automatic aid companies were dispatched overnight to a reported house fire in the 32-2 box with communications receiving multiple calls stating a working fire. Engine 32 and Chief 32-2 arrived with a fire in carport that was extending to the house. Engine 32’s crew placed 1 line inservice and extinguished the fire quickly. Engine 33 (Colonial Park Fire Co. #1) arrived as the 2nd due Engine and secured the water supply and stretched a back up line. Truck 32 arrived and laddered the building and completed the searches and removed 1 dog. Control was marked at 10 minutes and the incident was scaled back to Progress, Colonial Park, and Rescue Fire Company #37. ... See MoreSee Less
Great job brothers.
Thanks to Swab Wagon Company, Inc. for the repairs to a compartment door that suffered some cosmetic damage. We appreciate the ability to get us in and the craftsmanship in the work done! ... See MoreSee Less
***First Due Hazmat***
Crews operated on this hazmat incident in our first due last evening for approximately 6 hours. ... See MoreSee Less
***House Fire in Paxtang with Rescues***
Truck 32 was dispatched for a reported house fire with entrapment on Brookwood St in Paxtang Fire Company #1 first due. Harrisburg City Chief 1 and Chief 32-2 arrived to find a 2 Story House with fire on the first floor and 2 occupants trapped and hanging out a 2nd floor window. A neighbor had already placed a ladder to the occupants but they were unable to exit. Chief 32-2 used the neighbors ladder and the halligan bar from his vehicle to clear the window out and assisted the first occupant down the ladder. Truck 32 arrived and began placing additional ladders while off duty Harrisburg City Firefighter Barbolish assisted the 2nd occupant out onto the ladder from the 2nd floor and down the ladder with the assistance from the Truck Chauffeur Cerzullo. Truck 32’s inside team conducted a primary search and made the room of the trapped occupants as the 2nd occupant was going out the window to the ladder.
Engine 32 arrived as the 3rd due engine and laid a secondary supply line and stretched a line to the rear and went up a ladder to the 2nd floor and checked for extension. Engine 91 (Swatara Fire 91) had 1 line in service on the first floor and made quick work of the fire.
Photo Credit: Rickey Rickey D Weese ... See MoreSee Less
Great job by all involved
Great job gentlemen!! 😎
Great job 32 👏👏👏
Helluva good job folks
Awesome work crew
Melena Soto Angelique Novah Dickerson this is what they were running towards
Great job. Thank you!
Outstanding accolades!! !!
Good work men!!
Thank you for your service 🙏 ❤ ♥
Strong work Fellas
Nice work. Keep rocking that shit
Nice work Nathaniel Barbolish
Capital Region Secures $2.2 Million, Four-Year Grant to Recruit Volunteer Firefighters for 21 Communities
It’s official, our website has launched - capitalregionfirefighter.org! Thanks to everyone who came out to the press conference ... See MoreSee Less
Last night around 2140 hours Box 49-1 was dispatched for a reported hotel fire. Company 91 Chief’s signed on the air and were advised Communications was receiving multiple callers stating the Rodeway Inn was on fire (Some from the Target parking lot across Interstate 283). PD arrived with fire throughout the one story hotel with reports of multiple persons trapped in rooms. Command went to a second alarm on arrival. Truck 32 responded with 6 and arrived assuming the first due truck. The Crew split into three teams, two search, and one outside vent. The search teams started on either ends moving to the middle quickly clearing room by room and removing 5 conscious occupants. The outside team opened the roof on the alpha side and the search teams then assisted by getting lines into the attic after the Engines from 91 and 91-5 knocked the bulk down. Companies returned to service after extensive overhaul at the four hour mark. Engine 32 remained staffed with 6 covering a first due Appliance Fire and Perry Tower 2 took the transfer to 32. ... See MoreSee Less
***Rescue-Engine runs Fatal 81 Crash***
Engine 32-1 was dispatched along with Rescue 37 for a crash on Interstate 81 southbound over the Susquehanna River in Rescue Fire Company #37 first due of the township. Engine 32-1 arrived to a box truck against the side of the bridge with a patient trapped between the vehicle and the bridge. Command requested Northeast Fire & Rescue Rescue 20 to access from the west shore to assist and River Drive Service Center for a heavy wrecker (rotator). Crews worked with EMS and formulated a game plan with Rescue 37's winch and River Drive's Rotator to move the box truck to gain access to the patient and complete extrication. Extrication was completed in 40 minutes. Marysville Fire Company was dispatched to assist with the landing zone and fire police from the west shore were dispatched to assist with shutting down the interstate.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all those effected by this mornings tragic event. ... See MoreSee Less
***Swatara Apartment Fire***
Engine 32 was dispatched with the upgraded assignment for an apartment fire in Swatara Fire 91 first due. Engine 32 arrived as the 4th arriving Engine and finished the 3rd due’s (Engine 91-5) secondary supply line to Side A which ended up being 1600 ft long. Engine 32’s crew stretched a 300ft attack line and added a “rack” to it and operated on the 3rd floor above the fire apartment. Crews operated for 2 hours before returning. ... See MoreSee Less
Brandon Michael Lane these boys get shit done man
The Engine and Truck are currently on scene of a apartment fire in Rescue Fire Company #37 first due. Engine 32 has 1 line in service and the truck company laddered the building and is working with the engine company to open up. Engine 37 completed the water supply for Engine 32 and Engine 33 (Colonial Park Fire Co. #1) had the secondary water and a back up line. Crews found fire in a first floor apartment. ... See MoreSee Less