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3212 established its own water supply in the rear of the structure. Crews on the scene found a malfunctioning lighting fixture and secured that light. 3212 was released shortly after. ... See moreSee less
Shortly after 12:30hrs, Station 32 received a still alarm advising that a cat had run up a utility pole in the 2100blk of Belmont street.
Engine 3212 arrived on the scene to find one feline at the top of a utility pole. Command requested ppl and the ladder from station 31 (Western Salisbury Volunteer Fire Company) to assist with the removal of the cat.
Crews remained on the scene for 45 minutes before going available. Big thanks to station 31 for the assistance! ... See moreSee less
The Woodlawn Fire Department would like to announce the 2018 officers.
Fire Chief - James Kutz Assistant Chief - Barry Search Assistant Chief - Rich Tice Deputy Chief - James Kish Captain - Chris Mariner Captain - Joseph Cincilla Lieutenant - John Carl Lieutenant - Ray Decker
Fire Police Captain - Shoukat Mughal Fire Police Lieutenant - James Gilleo ... See moreSee less
We would like to wish FF/EMT Courtney McManigle and FF/Paramedic Sasha Savkova a fun and educational trip oversees to practice medicine.
Courtney will be traveling to Honduras while Sasha will be in the Peruvian Amazon. During this time, both will have the opportunity to practice Medicine and engage skills they have learned in a underserved population over the next week.
The Woodlawn fire department was able to help Courtney and Sasha make this travel with the scholarship program we have for our members. Our members are not only dedicated servants protecting the local community but they also help around the world. Great job and have fun! ... See moreSee less
New lifesaving equipment now in service in the South Whitehall Fire Departments!
This week Woodlawn, Greenawalds, Cetronia and Tri-Clover fire departments received the final shipments of specialized medical equipment to outfit our firefighters when responding to active shooter/assailant incidents. This equipment includes some non-traditional items not normally seen on fire trucks. With the increasing prevalence of active assailant incidents nationwide, South Whitehall Township identified the need to be prepared for the safety of our responders and community. This equipment was purchased in a joint effort with the South Whitehall Township Police Department. Each organization received tremendous support from our township board of commissioners.
The equipment provides all four fire departments with ballistic vests and helmets to protect our responders that provide an integral part of the township’s coordinated response to these incidents. In the event of one of these incidents, our firefighters will respond as part of the Rescue Task Force (RTF). This task force concept brings medical care to injured victims as soon as possible at the point of injury. Responders use Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) medical training to treat the common traumatic injuries that can be fatal if no interventions are provided. These concepts utilize tourniquets, nasal airway devices, hemostatic and occlusive dressings, and pressure bandages to treat traumatic breathing problems or stop massive hemorrhage. We also are able to evacuate large numbers of patients quickly with disposable, flexible litters.
South Whitehall is proud to be prepared and hopes to assist other communities in forming response plans. With continual training and testing, we hope to be prepared for any emergency. #stopthebleed