Franklin Fire Company
Franklin Fire Company
***Carbon Monoxide Victim***

Just after 6am, Squad 41 and Truck 42 were alerted for the Carbon Monoxide incident with a patient in the 1300 block of LWE. Squad 41 arrived to find a single story commercial building with an unconscious person inside. The crew made entry, quickly removed the victim and turned over to EMS. The Squad and Truck crews metered the structure finding high levels of Carbon Monoxide. Crews ventilated the original business and the attached exposures. Cause of the incident was a running vehicle.
Franklin Fire Company
Franklin Fire Company
Station 4 units handled 3 calls today. One wires down, one non-injury accident and one accident in the 500 block of Falling Spring Road with 2 injuries.
Franklin Fire Company
Franklin Fire Company
***Kitchen Fire***

Wednesday June 8th at 1:37pm, Squad 41 and Truck 42 were alerted for a house fire in the 200 block of West Queen Street in Chambersburg. Squad 41 arrived to find a 2 story apartment building with a small fire in the kitchen on the first floor. The Squad crew put a quick knock on it with a pressurized water extinguisher and kept it from spreading. Command 1 quickly reduced the assignment to Company 1 and the Squad.
Franklin Fire Company
Franklin Fire Company
Members of the Franklin Fire Company responded to 9 runs in the last 24 hours including this MVA on Edwards Ave at 5:30am this morning.
Franklin Fire Company
Franklin Fire Company
9:43pm

I-81 SB @ mm 12

Squad 41 w/6, Engine 43 w/5, Deputy Chief 47-Miller and Co.8 (Marion) arrived finding a single vehicle off the side of the road, wrapped up in the median cable barrier. The single occupant was already out of the vehicle. Command 44 held Sta4 and EMS for evaluation. Fire police remained to assist PSP & Towing
Franklin Fire Company
Franklin Fire Company
At 13:40hrs, Sta4 units responded to Nittany Dr in Hamilton Twp for a reported brush fire. Crews arrived finding a burn barrel next to a small wood pile and outdoor shed which was already completely burnt. The Special Unit wet down the affected area. Crews operated for 45 mins ensuring the fire was out.