At around 0030hrs station 32 along with 30,31, Berks Tanker 28 and EMS140 were alerted to a reported house on fire in the 400 block of Houtztown Road. C32 went responding and was advised incident was called in by a passerby reporting the roof of a home on fire.
At 23:04hrs Station 32 along with E31, R31, E30 and EMS140 were alerted to a report of a car fire in the area of Ladybug lane and Cricket Lane.AC32 and DC32 went responding and were informed of a reported working car fire now endangering the structure with this information County upgraded the box to...
At 20:54 hours Engine 32 was requested to standby in quarters while multiple Berks and Lebanon units operated at a working 2 alarm barn fire. After standing by for aprox 30 minutes the engine was requested to relocate to Berks station 26 where they stood by for another 30 mins before being requested...
E32 requested as part of the 2 additional engines added to a 2 alarm B/C fire. E32 arrived and was told to attach their crew to TK31. Crews assisted with venting the roof and C side operations until released.
PT32 was requested to assist on a working barn fire. PT32 responded with 6 and upon arrival was placed into the tanker shuttle. PT32's crew assisted on side D of the structure with fire control until control was marked.
PT32 and E32 were dispatched on the initial alarm as a part of automatic aid to assist company 40 on a dwelling fire. PT32 arrived as first in engine company with E32 following. Crews found a small fire in the area between the ceiling and roof to small to be considered an attic.
Thursday night 3/10/16 Lebanon County Forestry team was notified of a mountain fire in dauphin county and requested to assemble its crew for a deployment the following morning. Station 32 assembled 5 wild land trained firefighters and responded along with brush 32 and other members of the Lebanon Co...
At 1:08am Station 32 was dispatched to assist station 31 on a working business/commercial fire. Engine 32 was requested to respond to the Myerstown fish dam to establish a fill site E32 responded with 4 OIC Engineer Mast.
Shortly before 2000 hours station 32 was requested to relocate to station 2 (Campbelltown) with PT32 while numerous units were operating on the scene of a commercial fire. PT32 made the response with 6, while en-route PT32 was requested to divert to the scene.
PT32 was dispatched to assist on a working B/C fire. PT32 responded with 3 and shuttled 5 loads of water. Crews assisted with pulling tin roof off burning piles of wood chips. PT 32 operated for more then three hours.
Station 32 along with 30,31 were dispatched to a reported dwelling fire. Asst 32 went responding with smoke showing. Upon his arrival requested 4 additional tankers and 2 engines. E31,PT30,PT32 arrived to find a well involved dwelling.
Tonight at 1900hrs Station 32 along with 31,30 and Berks Tanker 28 were dispatched to the Apple Creek Development for a reported basement fire. Chief 32 arrived in seconds to fine the fire was out and held the box to station 32 for overhaul and ventilation.
Tonight our Forestry Crew was activated for a mountain fire near Shenandoah.The Kutztown Community Fire Company Forestry Crew is a group of experienced, specially trained firemen capable and equipped to combat wildfires ranging from small acreage field fires or large scale difficult mountain fires.
Dispached to MVA in to building. Chief 32 arrived to find a moving truck into the structure with structural damage and negative injuries. E32 arrived and set up lighting. Upon Rescue 31's arrival units began shoring up the compromised beam over the garage.
Today at 0500hrs members of the Kutztown Fire company who are on the Lebanon County Forestry Crew assembled at station and prepared to head to Carbon County to assist on the Blue Mountain wildfire. Conditions were prime for rapid fire growth and crews hiked well over 1000' in altitude to reach t...
Soon after 1900hrs station 32 along with 30 and 31 were dispatched to a reported garage fire. With crews already in station for meeting, E32, and PT32 both made the response with in a minute both with crews of 5.
As members were at the station preparing for our new years dinner fundraiser, we were dispatched for a dwelling fire in the first due. E32 made the response along with PT32 with total staffing of 12 along with the Chief POV.
This afternoon at 1612 hours station 32 was dispatched to relocate to station 14 Neversink, while station 14s engines operated a 3 Alarm fire in Lebanon City. PT32 made the transfer with a crew of 6 OIC Chief Behm.
Tonight our station was dispatched for a wildfire behind MGD Storage in Myerstown. E31 arrived along with E30 and Brush 32. Keystone E31 and our brush truck began to knockdown the fire as E32 arrived. Command Deputy 32 placed E30 in service to cover the township as PT32 arrived.
This afternoon station 32 along with E31, R31 and E30 were dispatched to a reported corn stubble fire. Its was actively burning when Brush 32 arrived and the Brush put its ground sweeps to use and very quickly knocked down the bulk of the fire while E31 assisted with their high pressure nozzles.