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Needmore Volunteer 

Fire Company

8384 Great Cove Road

"P.O. BOX 150"

Needmore, Pa. 17238

Station Phone

(717)-573-4811

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(717)-573-2500

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Welcome to the Needmore Volunteer Fire Company Website

Fulton County Station 55

 Serving Southern Fulton County Since 1965


 

 


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SHED FIRE

Mar 29th: Company 55 along with Washington County Company 5 and Morgan County Company 1 were dispatched to 14000 block of Buck Valley Road for a shed fire. Units arrived on scene to find shed fully involved. Firefighters put a quick knock down on the fire. Once fire was knocked down firefighters performed extensive mop up. Once mop up was done we wrapped up hose and got everything put away then Command placed the box in service.

 

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CHIMNEY FIRE

Jan 12th: Company 55 along with Washington County Company 5 were dispatched to Mill Hill Road for a chimney fire. Units arrived on scene to find that the fire was out. Personnel checked and cleaned the chimney and also checked interior to make sure there wasn't any hot spots in the ceiling or walls. Once all services were completed Command 55 placed the box back in service.

 

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NOTE:
Needmore Volunteer Fire Company will be taking the delivery of a 2012 Kenworth T800 Pierce Tanker around December 2012.

 


NOTE: The 225 Cash Drawing that was scheduled for April 21st, has been rescheduled for May 5th.

 


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NVFC ANNUAL BANQUET

NVFC will be holding their annual Fire Company Banquet on Saturday, January 14th, 2012 at the Hancock American Legion in Hancock, MD. Meal is $6.00 per person. There will be a DJ after banquet. Anyone wishing to attend please RSVP no later than January 7, 2012 to info@needmorefire.org. Please be sure to include in email how many will be attending. Thanks


AUTO ACCIDENT

Oct 24th: Company 55, Washington County Company 5, and Morgan County Medic 7 were alerted at 18:31 to Interstate 70 eastbound in the area of mile marker 163 for an auto accident. Dispatch advised it was approximately 1 mile west of the Amaranth exit. Units arrived on scene to find one vehicle into the bank, patient refusal. Command 55 held company 55 and placed all other units in service. Company 55 remained on scene to clean the roadway. Command placed the box back in service at 19:16.

 


AUTO ACCIDENT

Oct 18th: Company 55 and Washington County company 59 was dispatched at 2047hrs for an auto accident at 3378 Stoneybreak Road. While enroute dispatch advised there was 2 vehicles that collided head on. They advised there was 3 patients one that was in and out of consciousness. Upon arriving on scene command advised dispatch to start air medical. EMS personnel packaged one patient loaded them into ambulance and transported to LZ, the second ambulance loaded patient and transported other patient to Fulton County Medical Center. Third patient was a patient refusal. Company 55 remained on scene for the arrival of the tow truck to clear the roadway, personnel cleaned off the roadway and command 55 placed the box in service at 2249hrs.

 


AUTO ACCIDENT

Sept 26th: Company 55 was dispatched at 1802hrs for a auto accident at the intersection of Flickerville Road and Haven Lane. While enroute dispatch advised that there was 3 patients involved. All patients refused, fire department cleared the roadway of debris, once all vehicles were removed from roadway Chief 55 placed the box back in service at 1931hrs.

 

 


9/11 REMEMBRANCE

Sept 11th: NVFC took time to remember this tragic day that took the lives of so many in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Later in the day NVFC was one of the companies that was in attendance of the 9/11 remembrance picnics that Fulton County Medical Center held for local fire departments.

 

 

FCMC PICNIC / HORSESHOE TOURNAMENT

 

 


AUTO ACCIDENT

Aug 24th: Company 55 was dispatched at 10:53 for an auto accident vehicle into a tree. Units arrived on scene and personnel packaged the patient and EMS transported to hospital. Fire units remained on scene to clean up roadway and wait on PSP to arrive. Command 55 placed the box in service at 12:31.

 

 


ANNUAL ICE CREAM SOCIAL/PARADE

Aug 13th: Company 55 held their annual Fire Company Ice Cream Social and Parade. The night was a great success and we would like to thank everyone that came out to help make it a success. We would also like to congratulate everyone that received rewards for the parade, and we would like to give a big congratulations to Great Cacapon Volunteer Fire Company for taking home Best Overall Company.

 

These photos courtesy of Andy Stotler (GCVFC)

 

PHOTOS OF BEST OVERALL

 

 


AUTO ACCIDENT

Aug 3rd: Company 55 was dispatched at 16:06 to the intersection of Great Cove Road and Timber Ridge Road for an auto accident, vehicle over turned. After responding dispatch advised that the actual scene was about a mile north of that intersection on 522 and that all occupants were out of the vehicle. EMS treated patients, while fire company cleaned the roadway. Chief 55 placed units back in service at 16:49

 


 

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