Rural Water Supply Over the weekend members took a class on rural water supply. Members from NMFC, Upper Frankford Township Volunteer Fire Co. and Cumberland Valley IAFF F-109 took part in multiple scenarios on getting water to the fire in multiple ways where hydrants aren’t as available. During the training NMFC ran 3 calls which made for a busy Saturday. This included a Wildfire in the area of Gasoline Alley and Wolfs Bridge Road, Auto Accident in the area of Harrisburg Pike and Westpoint Drive, and finally Transferring Truck 39 to Hampton Township Fire Company while they worked on a Fully Involved Structure Fire.
Award Given to Member that Saved Man from Burning Truck On meeting night Grace Snyder was awarded for her heroism and selflessness actions on the night of January 7th from Chief Murray. While Grace was working for Cumberland Goodwill EMS. A crash came in around the corner from their station. When they arrived on the scene, Grace saw a man having problems getting away from his truck that was on fire. Grace was able to pull the man away from his truck safely before any harm was done. NMFC is proud to have you as part of our family. Great Job Grace!
$575 Raised for PA Breast Cancer Coalition Early in September, we set a goal to raise $300 for Breast Cancer Awareness during the month of October. The members of NMFC want to thank everyone who purchased a T-Shirt as we were able to donate 575$ from our 1st ever Breast Cancer Awareness T-shirts. I want to thank Daniele from PA Breast Cancer Coalition for coming out to accept our donation and I also want to thank Hot Frog Print Media for helping us design the T-Shirts.
EMT Rescues Man from Burning Truck At 1:29am, crews responded to a report of a crash involving fire around the corner in Carlisle, PA. The vehicle was fully engulfed, causing parts like tires to explode. EMT Grace Snyder recognized an elderly man was having difficulty moving away from the vehicle. She rushed to rescue him, and only 20 seconds later a larger part of the vehicle exploded. This was all captured on video, which is shared on this page. We applaud Grace for her heroism. Grace joined us last year after completing the Carlisle Area School District‘s Emergency Responder Training course. She is a firefighter […]
North Middleton Fire Company Officers for 2021 Line Officers:Fire Chief – Mike MurrayDeputy Chief 139 – David HowardAssistant Chief 239 – Keith HerseyCaptain 139 – Cooper SnyderCaptain 239 – Tim LohrFire Police:Captain – Robin ShottoLieutenant – Michel ChestnutSergeant – Jody ChestnutAdministrative Officers:President – Ken SnyderVice President – James PetersonSecretary – Dana HareAssistant Secretary – Grace SnyderTreasurer – Jennifer SmithAssistant Treasurer – Tiphanie RobertsTrustee 5 Year Term:Trustee – Bobby VolesongCongratulations go out to our newly elected Officers for 2021 and a huge thank you goes out to our 2020 Officers.
SCAM Alert! While the North Middleton Township Volunteer Fire Company does send out annual fund drive letters, we do NOT follow up with a phone call asking for money. If you received a phone call asking for any monetary donation or credit card information for us. We are asking for you to contact the North Middleton Township Police Department at 717-243-7910 to report this activity. Thank you and wishing you a Very Happy Holiday.
2020 Officers Line Officers Fire Chief: Mike Murray Deputy Chief: Vacant Asst. Chief: Vacant Captian 139: Tyler Bailey Captian 239: Cooper Snyder Administrative Officers President: Ken Snyder Vice President: James Peterson Secretary: Dana Hare Treasurer: Jen Smith Assistant Treasurer: Tiphanie Roberts Trustee (5yr Term): Mike Chestnut Trustee (4yr Term): Joel Warner Fire Police Officers Fire Police Capt: Robin Shotto Fire Police LT: Mike Chestnut Fire Police Sarg: Jody Chestnut Thanks goes out to the 2019 Officers and Congratulations to the 2020 Officers.
28 Nov 2019, Engine 239 and Truck 39 along with other surrounding companies were sent to the 100 Block of Ridge Drive in Middlesex Township for a Chimney Fire. Crews were on the scene for a little over an hour before being placed available by Command 7.
At approximately 2200, 22 October 2019, North Middleton Fire Company along with Carlisle Fire & Rescue Services and Union Fire Co. 41 were dispatched to the area of the 2000 block of Longs Gap Road for a vehicle into a structure. Upon arriving on the scene crews found the vehicle left the roadway and struck the house causing damage. Fortunately there were minor injuries to the patient. Command held 39 units to assist with salvage once the vehicle was removed. 39 Crews cleared the scene approximately 1 hour later.