Chapel Oaks Volunteer Fire Department
 
 

FIRE POLICE ASSIST PSP

Friday, January 20, 2017  At 20:35 Company 15 Fire Police was dispatched to assist PSP with traffic control on Stamm Road for a tree down. A vehicle that did not see the tree in the roadway struck the tree causing damage to the vehicle. Photos by Jay Mabus.

     



 

TRACTOR TRAILER ROLLED OVER

Friday, January 20, 2017  At 23:00 the Milton Fire Department along with CO 17 was dispatched to Interstate 80 at mile marker 213 east bound for a tractor trailer accident. Chief 1502 arrived on the scene to find a single tractor trailer on its side blocking both lanes of the highway with one patient out of the truck. Rescue 15-1 arrived and controlled vehicle hazards and assisted ems with patient packaging. Due to the roadway being blocked command requested additional fire police to shut down the Interstate at the 80 / 180 interchange until PennDot arrived. Crews remained on scene for several hours. Units on scene: Chiefs 1502 Lupo, 1503 Derr, Rescue 15-1, Traffic 15, 1561, MICU 15, CO 17, Medic 60, Ambulance 2-2 and PSP. Photos by Jay Mabus.

     



 

DOWNTOWN MVA

Monday, January 16, 2017  At 13:21 the Milton Fire Department was dispatched to the intersection of Mahoning and South Arch Street's for a two vehicle auto accident. Chief 1502 arrived to find two vehicles in the roadway with two patients with minor injuries. Rescue 15-1 arrived and assisted with patient care and controlled vehicle hazards. Units on scene: Chief 1502 Lupo, Rescue 15-1, MICU 15, 1561, Ambulance 8-3, and Milton Police Department. Photos by Jay Mabus.

     



 

MULTIPLE CRASHES ON THE I

Saturday, January 14, 2017  At 13:09 the Milton fire department was dispatched to East Chillisquaque Township on Interstate 80 in the area of mile marker 216 eastbound for a vehicle accident with injuries. Chief 1501 arrived to find multiple vehicles on and off the roadway between the 215 off and on ramps. A total of 5 vehicles were involved, however only one patient was transported with minor injuries. While the Chief was responding, a second crash was dispatched in Turbot Township at the 212 off ramp to Interstate 180 westbound. Chief 1702 arrived there to find one vehicle off the roadway with minor injuries. Units on the scene: Chief 1501(Stump), Rescue 15-1, Engine 15-2, Traffic 15, FP Captain 1561, MICU 8, Ambulance 8-3 (WRAFD), Ambulance 5-1 (WDT), and PSP.

     



 

CAR ON ITS SIDE

Wednesday, January 11, 2017  At 21:47 the Milton Fire Department was dispatched to the area of state route 405 and Golf Course for a single vehicle auto accident. Chief 1502 arrived to find one vehicle on Golf Course Road on its side blocking the roadway with all occupants out of the vehicle with minor injuries. Rescue 15-1 arrived and controlled vehicle hazards. Units on scene Chiefs: 1501 Stump, 1502 Lupo , 1503 Derr , Rescue 15-1, MICU 15, Traffic 15, and PSP. Photos by Jay Mabus.

     



 

ENGINE AND TRUCK ASSIST WARRIOR RUN

Thursday, December 22, 2016  At 17:15 the Milton Fire Department was dispatched to state route 44 in Lewis Township for a second alarm building fire. Engine 15-2 and Truck 15-1 arrived set up on the b-c corner and went to the roof. Lycoming county ladder 39 entered the building and used the ladder to make access to a dryer unit. Units on scene: Chief 1501(Stump), CO 9 Chief staff, Trucks 15-1, LC 39, Engines 9-1, 15-2, Rescue 9-1, Tankers 9-1, 9-2, 5-1, MC 86, and LC 39, Micu 8 and CO 15 Fire police. Photos by Jay Mabus.

     



 

MUTUAL AID FIRE

Tuesday, December 20, 2016  At 23:51 the Milton Fire Department was dispatched as part of a second alarm to Showers Road in Lewis Township for a working building fire. Engine 15-2 and Rescue 15-1 responded with a total of 11 personnel. Prior to arriving on scene Engine 15-2 was diverted to Turbotville to establish a tanker fill site. The crew from the Rescue assisted CO 9 with fire suppression and performing major overhaul to the structure. Crews operated for approximately 2 1/2 hours before returning available. Company 15 units responding: Chief 1503 (Derr), Engine 15-2, Rescue 15-1 and FP Captain 1561. Photos by Jay Mabus.

     



 

PORCH FIRE

Sunday, December 18, 2016  At 13:22 The 15 House was dispatched to the 400 block of Center street for a porch fire possibly out. Chief 1502 arrived to find the fire extinguished by a neighbor. Engine 15-2 arrived and wet down the porch and checked for any extension. This was one of five calls for the day.

     



 

APARTMENT FIRE

Sunday, December 18, 2016  At 20:30 hrs. the Milton fire department along with mutual aid units on the working fire box were dispatched to the 1000 block of Hepburn street in the borough for a working building fire. Chief 1503 arrived to find fire showing from the second floor of a 2 story double family home. Engine 15-2 arrived and brought its own water by tagging a hydrant at the entrance to the complex. A 2" pre connect was stretched to the 2nd division making quick work of the fire and holding the fire to the original fire building. Truck 15-1 arrived next and set up putting the Tower in service to perform vertical ventilation. Company 15 units were assisted by mutual aid departments from Lewisburg, Warrior Run, White Deer Twp., Turbot Twp., and Montgomery. Units assisted with ventilation, throwing ladders, and performing extensive overhaul. Units from Northumberland, Point Twp.(Tuckahoe), and Mahoning Twp. provided coverage to our first due while we operated on scene. Units Responding, on scene, and standing by included Chief's 1503 (Derr), 1502, Company 9 chief staff, Engine's 15-2, 5-2, 9-1, 17-2, NC 741, MC 63, Truck's 15-1, 2-1, NC 734, Rescue's 15-1, 9-1, MICU 15, Ambulance 5-2, Company 15 fire police, and Milton Police Department. Company 15 had 24 members respond. Photos by Jay Mabus and Bill Hutcheson.

     



 

ATTIC FIRE

Monday, December 12, 2016  At 12:16 the Milton Fire Department was dispatched to the 300 block of North Front Street for smoke in the attic of a two story brick apartment building. MICU 15 arrived on scene and reported smoke showing from the eves, which led to the box being upgraded to bring additional mutual aide companies. Engine 15-2 arrived and laid a 5 inch supply line from the hydrant at N. Front and Locust Streets. The engine crew stretched a 1 3/4" line to the attic and knocked the fire down. Truck 2-1 arrived and deployed multiple ground ladders and stretched a second line off engine 15-2 to the second division. Engine 9-1 laid a supply to truck 2-1. The crew's from Engine's 9-1 and 5-2 assisted with overhaul and salvage. Units on scene: Chiefs 1501 Stump, 1502 Lupo, 1503 Derr, 901 Burrows, 7-3 Crebs, Engines 15-2, 5-2, 9-1, 12-1, Trucks 15-1, 2-1, NC 734, Traffic 15, MICU15, CO 15 Fire Police, and the Milton Police Department. Photos by Jay Mabus and Bill H.

     



 
 
 

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