Tag: “The Valley”

Dec 10

2016 Officers Elected

Last Evening at the December Monthly Meeting, the 2016 Officers were elected by the membership. These Officers took effect as they were read.  Congratulations to all 2016 Officers and THANK YOU to all 2015 Officers for serving our department and community.


President:    Timothy Baldwin

Vice President:    Nathan Woodward

Treasurer:  Paul Baldwin

Secretary:  Pam Bumbaugh

Chaplain:  Tyler Moritz

Board of Directors:  Paul Baldwin, Pam Bumabugh, Walter Wagaman, James Arter Sr, Michael Spielman



Fire Chief:    Michael D. Spielman

Deputy Chief:  John D. Parr

Assistant Chief:  Walter Wagaman

Captain:  James Arter Sr

Lieutenant:  Zach Jumper

EMS Captain:  Joe Diaz

Fire Police Captain:  David Myers

Fire Police Lieutenant:  Michael Wassuta

Dec 09

One Trapped on Chambersburg Road

Around 0800 this morning, Company 27 was alerted for the auto accident with one trapped in the 6800 blk of Chambersburg Rd (27-7 Box).  Engine-Tanker, Brush and Chief 27 responded with 7.  27 units arrived to find EMS on the scene with one auto on its roof and one patient trapped.  Engine-Tanker 27 deployed its Holmatro Cutters, Spreaders and Ram to extricate the patient.  ET 27 also placed a hose line in service due to a fuel leak from the vehicle.  Squad 7 (Fayetteville) assisted with the extrication.  After removing 2 doors, the “B” post, the passenger seat / center console and pushing the roof off the patient, the extrication was complete.  Due to the weather conditions, EMS transported the patient via ground.  This is another great example of local fire departments working together with limited daytime manpower.  Engine 4-1 (Cashtown) had been dispatched for a landing zone and later responded to the scene because no air medical being available to fly.  Franklin Rescue-Squad 41 (Franklins) had filled the box and was returned prior to arrival.



Oct 27

Annual Pump Testing Completed

Today, Glick Fire Apparatus was in “The Valley” completing the annual Pump Service / Testing per NFPA Standards.  Both Wagons and the Brush Truck were completed.  All three easily passed the tests.  A special Thank You to Irvin Farms for the use of the perfect spot for completing the tests.


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