Lake Harmony Fire Company
 
 
 
 

VEHICLE EXTRICATION WITH 2 TRAPPED

Sunday, December 22, 2013   Rescue 17 responded with district 16 to a two vehicle head on crash on Rt. 903 by the Penn Kidder School. Rescue 17's crew went to work on the first vehicle, while Squad 16 handled the second vehicle. Rescue 17's victim's legs were pinned under the dash board. The door was popped and the legs disentangled.

     



 

SINGLE VEHICLE CRASH ON THE INTERSTATE

Saturday, December 21, 2013  Companies were dispatched to a single vehicle crash at the 282 mile marker. When units arrived, they found a vehicle off the road and in the woods. Crews secured the vehicle and then needed to cut down 3 trees to remove the vehicle.

     



 

SANTA VISITS LAKE HARMONY

Saturday, December 14, 2013  Santa made an appearance today at Nick's Lakehouse to spend time with the childlren of Lake Harmony. He arrived on Engine 17 along with his elf and the chief. The children spent time making crafts and eating cupcakes with santa, after they sat on his lap and asked him for a christmas gift.

     
Santa Arrives on Engine 17

Santa Arrives on Engine 17

Joey asks Santa for a new firetruck!

Joey asks Santa for a new firetruck!



 

AUTO EXTRICATION ON THE INTERSTATE

Monday, December 9, 2013  Units were quick to respond to a reported auto extrication Monday night after the company meeting. Rescue 17 arrived with a single vehicle crash with 4 victims, 2 entrapped in the back seats. Crews made quick work of removing the 2 rear doors. The then assisted Lake Harmony ambulance with packaging and removing the patients. Districts 18 and 16 assited.

     



 

VEHICLE CRASH ON I-80

Saturday, November 23, 2013  Units were dispatched to a reported crash on the interstate Saturday evening. The 2 vehicle crash was discovered on the grass median between the lanes of traffic. One vehicle landed on top of the other, no entrapment. District 17 and 18 secured the scene - District 16 was recalled.

     



 

REPORTED DWELLING FIRE AT WESTWOOD VILLAS

Saturday, November 23, 2013  Units were dispatched to a reported dwelling fire in Westwood Villas in the Split Rock section of Lake Harmony Saturday evening. Upon arrival of Ladder 17, crews discovered a stove fire that had been extinguished by Split Rock Security using wet towels. The frying pan caught fire, extending into the cabinets and melting the stove control area. Units were on scene for under an hour to check for extension and ventilate the structure. Stations 16, 18 and 12-2 and Lake Harmony Ambulance were also dispatched.

     



 

SINGLE VEHICLE CRASH WITH LOW ANGLE RESCUE

Monday, November 11, 2013  Monday evening, units were called to Interstate 80 for a vehicle off the road and down the embankment. Once on scene it was determined that there were 5 victims down a steep embankment. Rescue 17's winch was placed in service to pull the stokes basket up the embankment. All 5 victims, 2 adults and 3 juveniles, were hauled up and transported. Units from Lake Harmony Ambulance, Lehighton Ambulance, Albrightsville and Kidder assisted.

     
Photo - Albrightsville Fire CO.

Photo - Albrightsville Fire CO.

Photo - Albrightsville Fire CO.

Photo - Albrightsville Fire CO.



 

SMOKE CONDITION AT THE GALLERIA HOTEL

Monday, November 11, 2013  Units were called to the Galleria Hotel for a smoke condition in one of the hotel guest rooms. Smoke ejectors were placed in service - units were on scene for under an hour.

   


 

MASS CASUALTY INCIDENT TRAINING AT THE SKI SLOPE

Sunday, November 10, 2013  Members of Lake Harmony, Albrightsville, Kidder, and Lake Harmony Ambulance attended a Mass Casualty Incident drill at Jack Frost Mountain Sunday afternoon. The ski patrol conducted its yearly practice session for ski lift rescues. Techniques used for removing victims from the lifts were practiced.

     



 

CO POSIONING AT THE COMFORT INN

Saturday, November 9, 2013  Companies responded to the Comfort Inn on Route 940 after the ambulance crew reported high levels of CO in the pool area. Lake Harmony Ambulance was dispatched to a person feeling sick in the pool area. Once on scene, their personal CO monitors went off, prompting a response from the fire company. Units detected high levels throughout the building, and determined that the pool heater's exhaust was being sucked back into the HVAC system, causing the high readings. Units from Lake Harmony, Albrightsville and Kidder were on scene for around 2 hours.

   


 
 
 

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