Pleasant Hall Volunteer Fire Company
3 days ago
Co 11 along with mutual aid responded to a brush fire on Penny Lane on Sunday. Thanks to Denny Clopper for the pictures. ... See moreSee less
Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google PlusShare on Linked InShare by Email
Comment on Facebook
Good job denny clopper
2 weeks ago
Tuesday morning was a busy morning for the Blue Crew as crews were out early participating in PR events at our local elementary schools. Ambulance 11-8 was at Lurgan Elementary while Assistant Chief 1 Ben Myers and the Chambersburg Fire Department taught "Stop The Bleed" to teachers and staff members. Engine 11-1 along with State Police and parents were present at Grandview Elementary to welcome students as they entered into the school for the day with the Tunnel of Kindness. Pleasant Hall Volunteer Fire Company thanks both school for inviting us to participate in both of these events. ... See moreSee less
02/12 at 09:30 Rescue Engine 11 and Ambulance 11-8 responded to Lurgan Township 12500 Forge Hill Road Box 11-02 for an auto accident. Crews arrived on scene to find a property damage only accident. ... See moreSee less
3 weeks ago
Today E11-1, E15-2, and CTRK53 responded to Orrstown RD for an inside investigation odor of gas. ... See moreSee less
4 weeks ago
PHVFC is excited to announce the addition of Pet Oxygen Masks to all our apparatus, in the event of an emergency we want to be able to provide the best care possible to your entire family including your four legged furry family members. ... See moreSee less
Thanks for helping our pets!
Wonderful!! What a great addition!!
So great! ❤🐾
Julie D Clevenger ❤️
+ View previous comments
1 month ago
Ambulance 11-8 is currently transferred to Chambersburg Fire Department Company 1 with Cumberland Truck 53 and Engine 2-52 while Company 1 units operate on a Apartment Fire. ... See moreSee less
Pleasant Hall Volunteer Fire Company is with Mitchell Rine and Jarret Rine.
A big congratulations are in order for our Fire Chief Tom Rine, this January Chief Rine retired from the Washington D.C Fire Department after 27 years and 8 months of dedicated service. Tom spent his career assigned to Engine 17 (Brookland). Congratulations and enjoy your retirement Chief! ... See moreSee less
Thank You Everyone for the well wishes! Looking forward to this new chapter in this game called life🙂🙂🙂🙂. TOM
So proud of your years as a firefighter. Congratulations. Enjoy retirement. Get a planner you will be busy.
Congratulations, Tommy! Will see more of you around home now.
Congratulations Tom. Great rewarding accomplishment. Take care & enjoy your retirement.
Congratulations Tommy! Great job!
Congratulations Tom!! Enjoy retirement!!
Congratulations Tommy . You deserve your retirement ! But I’m sure you will stay very busy !!!
Congratulations Tom, it does not seem like that long ago when you started
Congrats Chief. Enjoy your retirement sir.
CONGRATULATIONS on your retirement
At 08:49 Engine 11-1, Rescue Engine 11 and Ambulance 11-8 responded to Letterkenny Township 12490 Mountain Road Box 11-01 for a house fire. Units arrived on scene to find a full involved wood shed endangering a residence. Photo Credit: Denny Clopper ... See moreSee less
Thank you for saving my dad's house!!
Co 11 along with mutual aid companies are on the scene of a shed fire on Mountain Rd. ... See moreSee less
Be safe out there!
Prayers for Everyone..
Hope no one gets injured
01/14 at 21:27 Ambulance 11-9 and Ambulance 11-8 responded to Greene Township 955 Shatzer Road Box 44-03 to assist Station 4 on an auto accident with entrapment. ... See moreSee less