Yoe Fire Company

Santa Goes on a Fire Call

Saturday, December 17, 2011 17:32 While escorting Santa around York Township Yoe Fire Comapny was dispatched to Cape Horn Road for a smoke investigation inside the basement of a house.  While santa manned the pump crews went inside to investigate and found a malfunctioning sump pump.  Crews cleared the call and Santa returned to visit with the neighborhood children of York Township.



Members, Families, And Friends Visit The Tree Farm

Tuesday, November 29, 2011  Members, families, and friends began visiting McPherson Tree Farm this past weekend to pick out their Christmas Trees and support Yoe Fire Company.  With only 3 1/2 weeks till Christmas we hope to soon see everyone come out and pick the perfect tree.  Check back for additional updates and pictures! 

Secretary Christina Howett and son Tyler at the farm

Secretary Christina Howett and son Tyler
      at the farm

Station 36 Tree

Station 36 Tree


Station 36 Helps Out With Trick-Or-Treat In The Boro

Monday, October 31, 2011  Yoe Boro held Trick-Or-Treat this evening and Station 36 members went out to assist.  Stationed at corners throughout the Boro the department provided lighting and gave out candy to all those who were out enjoying the evening. 



Surprising October Snow Storm

Saturday, October 29, 2011  South Central Pennsylvania was hit with one of the earliest snow storms ever recorded. Station 36's first due area received around 8 inches of heavy wet snow. The weight of the snow along with the trees still having their leaves caused many to fall and damage utility lines and residences. The roads also became extremely dangerous causing drivers to have a difficult time traveling. Station 36 handled 19 dispatched calls along with several others over the 24 hour period.



MVA On Camp Betty In The Area Of Sage Hill

Thursday, October 27, 2011  Rescue 36 was dispatched at 1617hrs for a vehicle accident reported on its side and in a creek.  Rescue 36 arrived to find a one vehicle accident in a creek.  All occupants were out of the vehicle and there were no fluids leaking into the water.  Personnel assisted with removing the vehicle and controlling traffic.  The Rescue returned to service at 1715hrs.



Another Successful Longaberger Basket and MICHE Purse Bingo

Sunday, October 23, 2011  On Sunday Yoe Fire Co. hosted its 25th bingo. Longaberger Baskets and MICHE purses were won by a sold out crowd.  The members of Station 36 appreciate the continued support of our community and look forward to seeing you again in March!  For those non basket and purse lovers we will also be having a Meat and Seafood on Sunday, May 6, 2012 and a Sportsman Picnic/Raffle on Saturday, June 16, 2012.



MVA with Entrapment on Camp Betty Rd.

Monday, October 17, 2011  Station 36 was dispatched at 1953hrs for a vehicle accident with entrapment.  Enroute, Lt 36-1 was advised that a vehicle had collided with a backhoe.  Upon arrival the Lt. confirmed that he had a one vehicle accident into the rear of a backhoe.  Rescue 36 arrived a short time later followed by Attack 36.  Crews found one patient pinned in the drivers seat.  The pedals, driver's door, and the side of the extended cab were removed to allow the patient to be removed.  The box was placed in-service at 2115hrs.



Fire Prevention 2011

Saturday, October 8, 2011  Yoe Fire Company completed another sucessful week of Fire Prevention activities.  Members of the department attended a joint detail at Windsor Commons with other Windsor Township Fire Departments and also visited several daycares and two elementary schools.  The week ended with the annual open house on Sunday the 16th.  It was a great week of education for all. 



Windsor Township Fire Prevention Display

Saturday, October 8, 2011  Today several volunteer companies who serve Windsor Township setup their apparatus for the public to view at the Giant on Cape Horn Road.  Yoe, Red Lion, Windsor and Felton all sent apparatus.



Lancaster Twp. LODD

Sunday, September 25, 2011  By Lt. Chuck Strouse
  Yoe Fire Company extends sincere sympathy to the brothers and sisters of the Lancaster Twp. Fire Department on the loss of their Lieutenant Keith Rankin today in a LODD at a township training.



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