March 04, 2014
On Monday March 3rd at approximately 1000 hrs, WSBF was dispatched to assist Lower Allen Fire Department with a Structure fire on Carlisle Rd. Upon arrival units found a house heavily involved with fire. The West Shore Bureau of Fire assisted with Fire Suppression and Air supply until 1530 hours in the afternoon. The WSBF Fire Police were on the scene for the duration of the incident. Upon returning to the station a 2nd crew of Fire fighters were assembled and at 1730 hrs, this crew, along with Engine 213 returned to the scene to assist Lower Allen Fire Department with overhaul until 2030 hrs that evening.
WSBF Fire Fighter – James Grundon
WSBF Fire Fighter – Nicole Abate
March 01, 2014
Today, Saturday March 1st was an AWESOME day for the West Shore Bureau of Fire and the entire community of Lemoyne. As it is typically with Fire and Rescue services, we are often called upon and committed to protecting lives and property within our communities. But, today was different.. we, along with many others, were called upon and rallied around a 10 year old little girl, Amelia Dameshack. After months of chemotherapy, it was time to welcome her home from her last treatment.. and that we did… giving her the first class treatment she deserved !!!! WELCOME HOME AMELIA – from your friends …. The West Shore Bureau of Fire !!
Lemoyne Mayor Larissa York’s proclamation for Emilia stated: “Whereas, on this day we celebrate the gift of life and the joy, hope, faith, and the American tradition of overcoming adversity that Miss Dameshek and her family embody…”
February 27, 2014
At approximately 2300 hrs on Saturday February 11 the WSBF was dispatched to assist Camp Hill Fire Department, with a vehicle overturned and entrapped patient, on RT 581 East @ MM 5.7. Engine 313 and Squad 13 were utilized and the last units cleared the scene at 0356.
February 24, 2014
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