Monthly Calls
 
Fire
Jobs
Pins
Jan
60
1
0
Feb
58
4
0
Mar
31
0
0
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total
149
5
0

Total Calls Per Year
 
Fire
Jobs
Pins
2018
641
25
7
2017
582
23
5
2016
579
23
4
2015
698
34
6
2014
657
20
5
2013
618
19
3
2012
586
31
5
2011
773
17
7
2010
688
28
4
2009
509
10
1




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***PSA****

The Middletown Volunteer Fire Department will be participating in a Community Food Drive from March 17th until April 19th to benefit the Middletown Interfaith Food Pantry. This Food Pantry serves approximately 200-210 families who live in the 17057 zip code or approximately 840 people every month. Although any non-perishable items are greatly appreciated and needed, the Food Pantry goes through many of the items that are listed below and are needed the most: Peanut butter, jelly, pancake mix and syrup, condiments, soups, broths, canned pasta (ravioli, spaghetti & meatballs), beef stews, chili, tomato products, coffee, tea, juices and cereals (small or large boxes). Donations can be dropped off at the Middletown Fire Station at 10 Adelia Street on Thursday evenings from 6:30-8:30 PM or call the station at 717-948-3032 to schedule a different drop-off time. Thank you for your generosity.
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***PSA****

The Middletown Volunteer Fire Department will be participating in a Community Food Drive from March 17th until April 19th to benefit the Middletown Interfaith Food Pantry.  This Food Pantry serves approximately 200-210 families who live in the 17057 zip code or approximately 840 people every month.  Although any non-perishable items are greatly appreciated and needed, the Food Pantry goes through many of the items that are listed below and are needed the most: Peanut butter, jelly, pancake mix and syrup, condiments, soups, broths, canned pasta (ravioli, spaghetti & meatballs), beef stews, chili, tomato products, coffee, tea, juices and cereals (small or large boxes).  Donations can be dropped off at the Middletown Fire Station at 10 Adelia Street on Thursday evenings from 6:30-8:30 PM or call the station at 717-948-3032 to schedule a different drop-off time.  Thank you for your generosity.

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Great job to the brothers and sisters

Thank you all for all that you do!

Matt Vanvalkenburgh

Love our firemen. Great year!

Awesome video. Thanks for sharing brothers. Stay safe out there.

Very nice video. Thank you for all you do for out town. Keep up the good work.

Matt Burge

Awesome video

Thank you

God bless every single one of you and your families !! Thank you so very much for your service and all you do ! ❤

Thank you Hero's for your service. May you all be safe where ever you are God Bless❤️🙏

Thank you !

Great video. Thank you for protecting our community. God bless. 🇺🇸

Thank you for your service

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DON’T FORGET!!!!

Last night 25+ members participated in a critique of our recent residential structure fire. We discussed things that went well and tactics that we could improve on. We are always striving to become better at our craft. ... See moreSee less

Last night 25+ members participated in a critique of our recent residential structure fire. We discussed things that went well and tactics that we could improve on. We  are always striving to become better at our craft.

 

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Thank you. God bless.

Thank you for all you do and stay safe out there.

Thank You for all that you do!

Thanks folks for your caring to do best in Middletown.

Hi everyone & God bless you have a good day

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Today while crews were out checking the roadways, we found 2 kiddos helping us out by clearing a hydrant from snow!

This small act during a snow storm can save minutes for a Firefighter during an emergency.

Great Job Guys!!!
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Today while crews were out checking the roadways, we found 2 kiddos helping us out by clearing a hydrant from snow! 

This small act during a snow storm can save minutes for a Firefighter during an emergency.

Great Job Guys!!!

 

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Good job guys

Way to go

Great job boys🤩My boy and my cousins boy👍

Now that's how it's done. Good work, kids. You've been raised right, you have good hearts. 💕

Good job guys

Great job kids!!!!

Good kids. Parents should be very proud

Thank you boys it's nice to see the younger generation cares about their town

Great job kiddos! Middletown Proud! 💞

Good job boys 😁

Awesome job, boys! Media patch should be on this story.

Great job boys. Keep up the good work

Very smart.

Great job!

Share this to give them credit for a good job!

Thank you both!

Thank you kids for a great job and thank you to the one raising them right.

Thank you!! Kuddos to them!! 👏👍

Great job, thanks.

Thank you boys. Future Firefighters?

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****WINTER STORM WARNING****

...WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 6 AM WEDNESDAY TO 6 AM EST
THURSDAY...

* WHAT...Heavy snow, then heavy mixed precipitation expected.
Total snow and sleet accumulations of 4 to 6 inches, with
localized amounts up to 8 inches, and ice accumulations of one
tenth to two tenths of an inch are expected.

* WHERE...Portions of South-Central Pennsylvania.

* WHEN...The heaviest snow will fall at a rate of 1 to 2 inches
per hour for 4 to 5 hours during the late morning and early
afternoon hours, before changing to sleet during the afternoon,
then over to lighter freezing rain by Wednesday evening.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Plan on difficult travel conditions,
including during the morning commute on Wednesday. Be prepared
for significant reductions in visibility at times.

* PLEASE HELP US HELP YOU, DIG OUT A NEARBY FIRE HYDRANT IF YOU CAN, REMEMBER 3 FEET THE WHOLE WAY AROUND!!

* Now go get your milk, eggs and bread people!!!!
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Bring it on

**Public Service Announcement**

This morning around 10:53, the Middletown Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to the Driftwood Building in the Village of Pineford for reports of an odor of smoke in the building. Engine 88 made the response in under two minutes.

With that being said, any and all fire related alarms in the Village of Pineford are considered local alarms. This means that they are not monitored by a central monitoring station. We understand that it is possible, like this morning, for the fire alarm to sound for any given amount of time without the fire department ever being aware of the issue. We remind residents to be vigilant and dial 9-1-1 if there is any type of alarm activation. Please also remember that, every alarm should be treated as if there were an actual emergency. We ask that if there is an alarm activation, that you exit the building and close all doors and windows behind you as permissible.

Thank you for your continued support,

The Middletown Volunteer Fire Department
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Rhi Miller

Unfortunately this lack of central alarm notification is common in the most vulnerable multiple occupancies.

***** Happening Now*****

Units are on the scene of a working house fire in the 88-3 box.
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Dave Lacher

Be safe!!

Ring alert was S Lawrence and Ann Street?

Prayers for everyone

* Happening Now *

Truck 88 at it again in Lancaster county, assisting on an industrial fire at the same location earlier today, Truck 88 working the roof.
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* Happening Now *

Truck 88 at it again in Lancaster county, assisting on an industrial fire at the same location earlier today, Truck 88 working the roof.

 

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Engine 88 on the transfer

 

 Middletown Fire Co#88
 10 Adelia St
 Middletown Pa, 17057

Phone: (717) 948-3032
Fax: (717)948-3015
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