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     Incidents By Shift

    A Shift

    1541

    B Shift

    1560

    C Shift

    1614

    Total

    4715

    Runs by Company

    Eng. 1-2 711
    Eng. 1-4 507
    Truck 1 369


    2015 EMS Responses

    4105

    As of 11/25/2016

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    • December 03, 2016
      What's New at IAFF 1813

      IAFF Local 1813 and the Chambersburg Fire Department are participating in Toys For Tots again this year. We are accepting new/unopened toys to donate. You may drop the toys off at either Headquarters Fire Station (130 North Second St) or McKinley St. Fire Station (261 East McKinley St).

      IAFF Local 1813 is teaming up with Hoss's of Chambersburg for a community night as a fundraiser for MDA. Saturday November 26th the entire day if you print and present the slip Hoss's will donate either 20% or 25%  of the total check. Please come out and help support Local 1813 for a great cause. 

      A burn ban is in effect for the Borough of Chambersburg. The ban takes effect today August 1, 2016 and will remain in effect until August 8, 2016 unless further action is taken by Borough Council. Read More...
      Download: Burn Ban Declaration of Emergency Mayor Brown 72916.pdf

      IAFF Local 1813 and Texas Roadhouse of Chambersburg are partnering together to raise money for M.D.A. Monday July 11th, stop in and eat at Texas Roadhouse of Chambersburg, 255 Walker Road, between 3:00 PM and 9:00 PM and enjoy a great meal. Present the invitation attached and 10% of your total food purchase will be donated the M.D.A. Please share and help get the word out.

        

      The IAFF and Nationwide Insurance have teamed up on a new safety campaign as part of Nationwide’s “Make Safe Happen” child safety initiative to educate and raise awareness of preventable childhood injuries and death.

      According to the CDC, drowning is the number-one cause of injury-related death in children under the age of four. Whether it’s in a tub or a pool, water of any depth can be dangerous for kids.

      This co-branded Water Safety campaign offers safety tips and other resources, including bathtub safety, how to identify “dry drowning” and how to keep your swim area safe.

      See a mom make a promise to stay within arm’s reach of her son when he’s in a kiddie pool in the video, “Benji’s Swim.”

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