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OUR DEEPEST CONDOLENCES
The Dunmore Fire Department's thoughts and prayers are with the family of FF. Michael Davidson and the New York City Fire Department.
OUR DEEPEST CONDOLENCES
The Dunmore Fire Department's thoughts and prayers are with the families of FF. Ivan Flanscha & FF. Zachary Anthony and the City of York Fire Department.
IMPORTANT REMINDER
Please remember to change your batteries in your smoke detectors every 6 months
ROLLOVER ON INTERSTATE 84
March 6th, 07:00 B-Shift Station #6 along with Penn. EMS were dispatched to the area of mile marker 1.4 Eastbound on interstate 84 for a vehicle rollover with entrapment. Crews arrived to find one occupant out of the vehicle and another occupant still inside. The patient was confined. Firefighters stabilized the vehicle, made access to the patient and began extrication after a partial roof cut. The patient was removed and care was transferred to EMS. Thanks to Rescue #27 for relocating to HQ and standing by with our off duty staff.
TRACTOR TRAILER FIRE ON INTERSTATE 81
February 19, B-Shift Approximately 03:00 Station #6 along with EMS were dispatched to assist Scranton at Mile Marker 185.2 Interstate 81 for a tractor trailer fire, while Scranton units were operating on a second alarm fire. Crews arrived to find a well involved tractor fire with extension into the trailer. Ladder #6 requested off duty Firefighters to Respond with Engine #6 and also to re locate Rescue #26 to Dunmore Fire Headquarters. Engine #98 and Tanker #53 were also requested to the scene for manpower and a water supply.

While Firefighters were operating on this scene Rescue #26 and ladder #20 were dispatched to a second call in Dunmore for an AFA.
TWO EARLY MORNING CRASHES
February 12, C-Shift Just before 08:00 this morning Ladder #6 operated on a one car MVC (rollover) on Rt. 435. Ladder #6 controlled hazards while EMS handled patient care.

Later in the morning Rescue #6 was dispatched to assist Rescue #27 for a MVC involving a Propane Truck on Marshwood Road in Throop. Rescue #6 arrived on scene and deployed a hand line as a precaution while Rescue #27 secured a water supply. Crews operated on scene for approx. 90 minutes before returning to service.
FULLY INVOLVED VEHICLE FIRE
January 26, 11:30 A-Shift Station #6 along with EMS were dispatched to the Oneill Highway in the Price Chopper Parking Lot for a vehicle fire. While enroute, Penn. EMS arrived and reported that the vehicle was fully involved. Ladder and Rescue crew stretched a hand line and extinguished the fire. Crews wet down hot spots, picked up and returned to service in 25 minutes. Photos courtesy of Pennsylvania EMS Paramedic L. McCarthy.
MACHINE ON FIRE

January 11th, approximately 10:35 Ladder 6, Rescue 6 and Penn 6-9 were dispatched to 100 block of Keystone Industrial Park Road for a vehicle fire. Crews arrived and found the cab of a loader fully involved. D.F.D. members made quick work of the fire and there proved to be no extension. All units cleared the scene and returned to service.

The members of the Dunmore Fire Department extend their deepest condolences
to the family, friends of Lieutenant Matthew LeTourneau and the Philadelphia Fire Department.
HEAVY FIRE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL
January 4th, (B-Shift) Station #6 was dispatched to the 500 block of Jessup Avenue for a working structure fire, called in by Penn. EMS already on scene. Ladder #6 and Rescue #6 arrived with heavy fire showing from the A and B Sides. Firefighters stretched hand lines and began to extinguish the blaze. Scranton's Engine #4 and Truck #2 along with Throop's Rescue #27 were also added to the alarm. Rescue #26 stood by at Dunmore Fire Headquarters to handle any additional alarms. Companies operated on scene for nearly two and a half hours battling the frigid temperatures and extinguishing some stubborn hot spots.

Special thanks to all companies that assisted. Pennsylvania EMS for Rehab and also to Paramedic Lindsey McCarthy for the photos.

ROLLOVER ON THE LVIH

January 4th, approximately 10:40 hours (B-Shift) Ladder 6, Rescue 6 and Penn 6-9 responded to the LVIH at mile marker 1 for a vehicle on it's roof. Ladder 6 arrived and found a single vehicle accident with occupant self extricated in the care of EMS. With minimal hazards Rescue 6 was returned to service and Ladder 6 stood by until the towing service arrived and removed the vehicle.

CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES!!
The members of the Dunmore Fire Department I.A.F.F. Local 860 would like to congratulate Assistant Chief Robert Dee and Lieutenant Dean Tallo on their retirement.
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