Monday Evening, Loyalsock and surrounding companies responded to McDonalds on the Golden Strip for a Fryer on Fire. Chief 3-18 arrived on scene and confirmed active fryer in the kitchen on fire. Engine 18 crew advanced to extinguish the fire and crew from Montoursville was sent to the roof to check ...
MICU 18, Rescue 18, and Car 18 responded to vehicle on fire over the embankment off East Third Street and Northway Road early Memorial Day, May 31, 2021. MICU 18 found vehicle over the small bridge covering Miller's Run on its side and on fire.
This past weekend, members responded to a small kitchen grease fire at 1259 Crestfield Drive, Loyalsock Township, Williamsport PA. Fire was already found to be extinguished on our arrival. Both burn victims were taken by ambulance to UPMC Williamsport for further treatment.
Members responded to vehicle in a ditch on Warrensville Road. Driver of the vehicle went off the road, struck a mailbox, and landed in a ditch. Driver is believed to have experienced a medical episode behind the wheel.
IMU (Incident Management Unit) was dispatched to assist local and Pennsylvania State Police early this afternoon in Cogan House Township. Unit was used for communications and logistics support for local and state police managing the incident.
Crews responded to a Two-Alarm Blaze destroying a home in the township. Station 18 was dispatched around 1PM to Willow Brook Road for house fire, which is off Freedom Road, north of the City of Williamsport.
Wildfire and Outdoor Fire SeasonWildfire and Outdoor Fire Season is here and has already been busy for us in Loyalsock Township. As members of the community have already taken advantage of the nice warm weather, starting winter debris clean up around their homes, disposal of the debris is often burn...
Members were out late Christmas Eve and early Christmas Morning due to winter storm that came into the township. Santa was nice enough to give the chief a call while he was delivering packages to all the good boys and girls, as a heads up on some potential flooding to our neighbors on Heshbon Road a...
On September 10, 2020, members responded IMU 18 up to Clinton County. Crew assisted with the scene management and logistics of the Lock Haven Hospital Fire. Crew provided radio incident support, and emergency management resources to command staff on scene.
Summer is finally here and we are just as excited to get out and about the community. We understand that with the covid restrictions, many of family summer vacations, sports camps, and youth activities are cancelled.
COVID-19 has changed not only our community but our response and service to you as our neighbors in the township. Medical Emergencies, Accidents, and Fires are always a risk to Loyalsock Township. With your support, we will continue to serve and protect the community even during the COVID-19 outbrea...
Members were kept busy this weekend responding to multiple vehicle accidents in the community. Saturday Morning, Members responded to a motor vehicle accident with multiple injuries on 5950 Pleasant Valley Road.
Within 30 minutes of getting fitted for our new turnout gear, members were dispatched for a Motor Vehicle Accident. Rescue 18 and Micu 18 crew responded carefully through the snow and removed one patient who was taken to the hospital for evaluation.
Members would like to thank the public for their patience during our responses throughout Loyalsock Township and our neighboring communities this Holiday Season. Slowing down, taking alternate routes, and stopping for us is greatly appreciated in keeping our members safe.
IMU was special called to Tioga County to assist local Law Enforcement and PSP. Crew assisted with communications and scene management. For more information about the incident: https://www.mytwintiers.com/news-cat/top-stories/suspect-in-trooper-shooting-killed-by-police/
November 14, 2019- Station 18 was dispatched on Second and Third Alarm to Hepburnville (Station 15) for residential fire. Tanker 18, Ambulance 18, and Mobile Air 18 responded on second alarm. Rescue 18 responded on third alarm.
Members responded too numerous emergencies in Loyalsock Township and surrounding communities. This Halloween was extra spooky with multiple trees down, area flooding, and short power outages throughout the township.
Members started the weekend with a busy Friday afternoon filled with Motor Vehicle Accidents on the Golden Strip. First Accident took place 1900 Block of East Third Street where vehicle crashed into building support beam.
Station 18 and multiple mutual aid companies responded to Denny's on the Golden Strip for fire in the wall. Crews were called to 1716 East Third Street, Loyalsock Township for reported fire in the wall.
Wednesday afternoon, Station 18 was dispatched to a working residential fire on Bloomingrove Road. Mutual Aid Companies were also dispatched on the initial alarm. First Arriving units from the City of Williamsport confirmed working trailer home fire with smoke showing from the structure.