Month
 
Fire
Ems
Jan
11
52
Feb
14
27
Mar
12
60
Apr
7
46
May
20
38
Jun
6
52
Jul
10
39
Aug
11
52
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total
91
366

Year
Fire
Ems
2015
180
468
2016
207
563
2017
218
536
2018
207
588
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Last evening Ambulance 11-8 and Ambulance 11-9 were on standby at the Lurgan Lions Club for the annual Roxbury Bullride. During the standby crews attended to a severely injured rider who was flown via Life Lion 3. Engine 11-1 responded to the Roxbury Holliness Camp to assist EMS with establishing a landing zone. ... See moreSee less

Last evening Ambulance 11-8 and Ambulance 11-9 were on standby at the Lurgan Lions Club for the annual Roxbury Bullride. During the standby  crews attended to a severely injured rider who was flown via Life Lion 3. Engine 11-1 responded to the Roxbury Holliness Camp to assist EMS with establishing a landing zone.

 

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Prayers for that rider

I was there! Anybody know how he is doing? Prayers continued cowboy.

Thus short video is right after it happened.....does anyone no how hes doing

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There will be no Bingo on Sunday September 1st due to the holiday weekend. See everyone at Tuesday daytime bingo. ... See moreSee less

This morning Engine 11-1, Rescue Engine 11 and Special Unit 11 responded to Letterkenny Township 7701 Creek Road Box 11-01 for hay bales on fire. Please be advised for the next few days you may see a large column of smoke in this area as the hay bales continue to burn. All the bales have been moved away from any exposures and the situation is being closely monitored by the property owners. Photo Credit: Denny Clopper ... See moreSee less

This morning Engine 11-1, Rescue Engine 11 and Special Unit 11 responded to Letterkenny Township 7701 Creek Road Box 11-01 for hay bales on fire. Please be advised for the next few days you may see a large column of smoke in this area as the hay bales continue to burn. All the bales have been moved away from any exposures and the situation is being closely monitored by the property owners. Photo Credit: Denny Clopper

 

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Looks like these are the big bales. So sad.

Oh no this makes me so sad knowing all the hard work and time that went into that stack of hale bales.

So much for the hard work.

Sending prayers

So sad that they are lost.

Cricket Bowen

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At 08:36 Engine 11-1 and Chief 11 responded to Greene Township 5171 Innovation Way Box 11-13 for an automatic fire alarm. ... See moreSee less

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