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Bingo Schedule
Help support our organization by attending one of our many bingo events!

We have BINGO Every
Wednesday and Saturday evening.
Doors Open at 5pm,
Kitchen Opens at 6pm,
Games Begin at 7pm

Wednesday is packet night, just $23/ packet.

Saturday last game pays $1000.

We also have BINGO Every 1st and 3rd Sunday.
Doors Open at 11am,
Kitchen Opens at 12pm,
Games Begin at 1pm


2018 Runs
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818
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28
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10


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Donation Drive
Wed, May 2nd, 2018 9:14:00 pm - It's that time of year again, where we ask the community to make a tax deductible donation.Β  All donations stay within our volunteer fire department and go towards our mission to protect life and property of the citizens we serve. Please help our fire department help our community! Donations can be securely made online using a debit/ credit card. We thank you in advance for ...Continued

4 minutes ago

Franklin Fire Company

1:35am 198 Black Gap Rd
Squad 41 and Engine 45 operating on a working mobile home fire.
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22 hours ago

Franklin Fire Company

4:26am Lorraine Lane
Squad 41 and Engine 45 investigated a CO alarm. Crews initially found readings of 201ppm of CO. Further investigation revealed a leaking acetylene torch in the garage was giving false readings. Storage of combustible gases inside the home is not recommended.

Firefighters: Major interferents that can affect CO detectors are acetylene, dimethyl sulfide, ethyl alcohol, ethylene, hydrogen cyanide, hydrogen sulfide, isopropyl alcohol, mercaptan, methyl alcohol, propane, nitrogen dioxide, and sulfur dioxide. Levels of acetylene were well below the LEL but high enough to activate the CO detector.

www.fireengineering.com/articles/print/volume-149/issue-9/departments/letters-to-the-editor/other...
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4:26am Lorraine Lane 
Squad 41 and Engine 45 investigated a CO alarm. Crews initially found readings of 201ppm of CO. Further investigation revealed a leaking acetylene torch in the garage was giving false readings.  Storage of combustible gases inside the home is not recommended. 

Firefighters: Major interferents that can affect CO detectors are acetylene, dimethyl sulfide, ethyl alcohol, ethylene, hydrogen cyanide, hydrogen sulfide, isopropyl alcohol, mercaptan, methyl alcohol, propane, nitrogen dioxide, and sulfur dioxide. Levels of acetylene were well below the LEL but high enough to activate the CO detector.

https://www.fireengineering.com/articles/print/volume-149/issue-9/departments/letters-to-the-editor/other-gases-may-set-off-co-detectors.html

 

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Very good information shared here, ty

Hmmm, this would be good for all garages.

Truck 42 handled a transfer to West End Fire & Rescue Company today while they operated on a Two Alarm House Fire. ... See moreSee less

Truck 42 handled a transfer to West End Fire & Rescue Company today while they operated on a Two Alarm House Fire.

2 days ago

Franklin Fire Company

10:32am 3110 Philadelphia Ave
Cut job
Squad 41 had just returned to service when Communications dispatched an auto accident. Squad 41 and Engine 45 arrived to find a tractor trailer, a van and a passenger car involved with 1 person confined in the van. The Squad crew went to work removing the driver's door while E45 gathered a total number patients. Command 44 requested a total of 2 ALS and 2 BLS units. Crews handled fluid leaks and debris removal before clearing the scene.
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10:32am 3110 Philadelphia Ave 
Cut job
Squad 41 had just returned to service when Communications dispatched an auto accident. Squad 41 and Engine 45 arrived to find a tractor trailer, a van and a passenger car involved with 1 person confined in the van. The Squad crew went to work removing the drivers door while E45 gathered a total number patients. Command 44 requested a total of 2 ALS and 2 BLS units. Crews handled fluid leaks and debris removal before clearing the scene.

 

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Drew Hinton

What the pics don’t show, was how long the fluid trail was

The van crossed over and hit the Martin vehicle head on. Video from the store adjacent proves it

Terry Keefer

Watch for us in the Chambersburg Christmas Parade! Starts shortly at 6pm.
Wave if you see us!! πŸŽ„πŸš’πŸ’šβ€οΈ
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Watch for us in the Chambersburg Christmas Parade! Starts shortly at 6pm.  
Wave if you see us!! πŸŽ„πŸš’πŸ’šβ€οΈ

 

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Be safe guys.

4 days ago

Franklin Fire Company

Happy Franks-giving from the Station 4 Members! πŸ¦ƒπŸš’ ... See moreSee less

Happy Franks-giving from the Station 4 Members! πŸ¦ƒπŸš’

 

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Looking good Jim

Congratulations folks

Hard workers 😍

2:55pm 158 West King Street
It's that time of year again.
Cleaning and greasing the aerial to ensure we are ready when you call and to prolong the life of expensive apparatus.
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2:55pm 158 West King Street 
Its that time of year again. 
Cleaning and greasing the aerial to ensure we are ready when you call and to prolong the life of expensive apparatus.

 

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πŸ‘πŸ˜

Thank you for all you do to keep us safe.

Curious how long does it take to climb a ladder this long?

4:39am 1315 LWE
Engine 45 and Truck 42 responded for smoke in the building. Crews found a light haze of smoke after power returned to the area. Smoke and odor dissipated. No hazards found.
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4:39am 1315 LWE
Engine 45 and Truck 42 responded for smoke in the building. Crews found a light haze of smoke after power returned to the area. Smoke and odor dissipated. No hazards found.

 

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Thank you for sharing information with us. Be safe.

2am Power Outage
A power outage blackened downtown Chambersburg and surrounding areas sending Truck 42 out on back to back automatic fire alarms.
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Anyone know why we had this blackout?

5 days ago

Franklin Fire Company

9:05pm Interstate 81 Northbound at MM 13.5 (Near Wayne Ave). Auto accident involving tractor trailer and pick up truck carrying enclosed trailer. Interstate is down to one lane between Marion and Wayne Ave (NB Exits 10-14) ... See moreSee less

9:05pm Interstate 81 Northbound at MM 13.5 (Near Wayne Ave). Auto accident involving tractor trailer and pick up truck carrying enclosed trailer.  Interstate is down to one lane between Marion and Wayne Ave (NB Exits 10-14)

 

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Pray no one was hurt !!

looks like another snow related accident wonder if anyone got hurt hope not praying for them all

Prayers

Looks like the road is nothing but ice

Brandon Buser

Michelle Robinson Bryan Robinson

Prayers for all involved

Ivee Burgos Bonet

Prayers for all

Mollee Buterbaugh

Christy Pittman Popluhar

David Miller Alberto Rojas Robert Keefer

Ashley Schlotterbeck

slow down

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