Yoe Fire & Rescue

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Firefighter Hood Gets Married

MARCH 27 - On Sunday, March 21st Firefighter Hood tied the knot. Jordan and his fiancée Kellyn were married in Dallastown at the Bethany United Methodist Church. Deputy Searle and Captain Eberly were attendance along with Rescue 36. Congratulations Jordan and good luck with your future!... (Full Story & Photos)

Yoe Fire Company Standardizes Helmets and Shields

MARCH 25 - In an effort to better identify members on emergency scenes the Yoe Fire Company has standardized and purchsed new helmets and shields.

White Helmets - Chief Officers
Red Helmet - Captain
Blue Helmet - Lieutenants
Black Helmets - Firefighters

Shield Colors

White Insert - Line Officer
Blue Insert - Interior Firefighters/Vehicle Rescue Certified
Black Insert - Interior Firefighter
Orange ... (Full Story & Photos)

EASTER EGG HUNT

MARCH 23 - The Yoe Fire Company Ladies Auxilary will once again be hosting it's annual Easter Egg Hunt at Yoe Park. The event will take place on Saturday, April 3rd, 2010 beginning at 10:00 am at the park. Bring the kids out to see Peter Rabbit and enjoy a spring day in the park! If you have any questions please contact the station at 717-244-4228.... (Full Story & Photos)

RV Fire in Windsor Township

MARCH 19 - At 1229hrs Station 36 was dispatched to an RV fire on Route 24 in the area of the Longstown Intersection. Additional calls indicated that the RV was fully involved and spreading to two nearby houses. Rescue 36 went on location with a working fire and initiated an aggressive attack to quickly knock down the bulk of the fire. Tanker 36 arrived shortly thereafter and laid a 4" line from a nearby hydrant ... (Full Story & Photos)

Gas Leak in Red Lion Boro

MARCH 16 - York County Control dispatched Tanker 36 to Red Lion Area Senior High School for an unknown chemical odor. Upon arrival Station 34 units (Red Lion) determined the odor was natural gas. Tanker 36 crew assisted with checking the interior of the building and the roof of one of the wings. The problem was determined to be a leaking valve on the roof that was repaired by district maintenance personnel ... (Full Story & Photos)

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