Established in 1913 and located in the borough of Mount Wolf, Pennsylvania, Eagle Fire Company #1 serves the borough of Mount Wolf, Pennsylvania and the Eastern half of East Manchester Township. Eagle Fire Company #1 also provides mutual aid to surrounding companies.
This Years theme for Fire Prevention Week is Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives. If you do not have working smoke alarms in your home please get in touch with your local fire department for assistance. We have free smoke alarms for any residents in the communities that we serve.
Call us 717-266-2342.
Don't Wait Till It's Too Late!
Engine 22 took best appearing Engine 2010 to Present - in County!
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We would like to congratulate the members from our department who finished out their many courses over the past few days. Asst Chief Yingling, Captain Shroyer, Lieutenant Johnson and FF Dommel for completing RITII. We would also like to congratulate FF T. Wunsch, FF L. Wunsch, and FF Miller on their completion of Exterior FF. Last but definitely not least FF Aldinger and FF Dommel for their completing of Water Rescue Awareness. Hard work, Dedication, and Training are the Foundations of a great department!
Members from Eagle FC trained on Rural Engine Company Operations over the weekend.
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At 10:20 this morning Company 22 was alerted for a Residential Structure Fire on Pebble Beach Dr in East Manchester Township. Engine 22 arrived on scene at 10:26 and laid in approximately 800 feet from the hydrant. An 1 3/4 line was placed into service as the primary attack and was taken through the front door to the working bedroom fire on the Alpha Bravo corner by Chief 22-1 and FF Moffa. The fire was knocked down quickly and held to room and contents.
Thankfully the resident, who was alerted to the fire because of working smoke detectors, was able to get the other occupants out of the house and shut the door to the bedroom which helped contain the fire to the room of origin.
If you do not have working smoke detectors in your house we urge you to call our station @ 717-266-2342. We provide smoke detectors for free to our residents as part of our fire prevention and safety program. Simply put Smoke Detectors Save lives
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