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24th Anniversary of LODD Yardley-Makefield Fire Company Past Fire Chief Nelson 'Snooky' Margerum Last Alarm March 15, 1992 ceremony.
The Hobbie Fire Company of Wapwallopen, Luzerne County, operates a tanker with a second hand chassis. The 1985 GMC General started as a dump truck, but in 1993 New Lexington built a body with a 300 pump and 3000 tank. It responds as Tanker 142
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Newtown Township, Bucks County, PA. Family and Firefighters from the Yardley-Makefield Fire Company, Falls Township Fire Company, and Newtown Emergency Services Department gathered at the Newtown Cemetery for the 24th Anniversary of LODD Yardley-Makefield Fire Company Past Fire Chief Nelson 'Snooky' Margerum Last Alarm March 15,
JUMP TO FILE #031616119 1992 ceremony. Yardley-Makefield Fire Company Fire Police Captain/Chaplin Larry Schwalm officiated the ceremony.
- JEFFREY GOLDBERG J. KRIESHER
The Alert Fire Company of St. Clair still operates this 1969 Mack CF as Engine 701.
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Engine 462 is a 1979 Hang Engine that is still in service with the Good American Hose Company #3 of Mahanoy City, PA.
Multiple Lemoyne houses burn
On March 9th at around 11:00 a.m., units were dispatched to Box 113-02, 140 Bosler Avenue in Lemoyne for a house fire. Chief 213 arrived quickly and requested a second alarm due to heavy fire involvement. Fire quickly extended into the A exposure, 136 Bosler Avenue. The original fire building was a duplex and both units were effected. Units had to breech walls from exposures to access the upper levels of the original fire building. Units from Cumberland, Dauphin, and York Counties responded and remained on scene for several hours for extensive overhaul.
The Phoenix Fire Company of Shenandoah operates Engine 746 its second due engine.