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Radio Etiquette on 8 box

Today at 07:03:32 PM Copperhead

Sounds like some one needs to review proper radio etiquette!!!  I realize it's the Grunge, I mean, Grange, Fair, but jeez.  Just another reason fire police should not be allowed to have radios.  Perpetuate the stereotype!!!!

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Tone Codes For Union County

Yesterday at 05:35:52 PM CCF Administrator

This partial list of tone codes was submitted a member and is looking for any missing codes, can anyone fill in the blanks?

Station #    Name of Department               *Tone A  Tone B  Tone C  Tone D
Co 1     Union County Emergency Squad     
Co 2     Lewisburg                                        1989    1357.6    1989      510.5
Co 3     Mifflinburg Fire       
Co 4     New Berlin                                        1989      767.4    1989     767.4
Co 5     White Deer                                      1830.5    483.5    600.9    832.5
Co 6     Union Township                               1357.6    767.4   
Co 7     West End Fire       
Co 8     Warrior Run Area EMS                       483.5     767.4   
Co 9     Warrior Run Area Fire                      1687.2    1357.6   
Co 12   Pottsgrove   389 510.5   
Co 14   Mifflinburg EMS                                 1006.9     903.2   1989      539
Co 15   Milton                                                 330.5      349     330.5     368.5
Co 17   Turbot Township                                445.7      330.5   
Co 18   Buffalo Valley Search & Rescue Squad     
Co 21   White Deer Search & Rescue     
Co 27   West End Ambulance                       1830.5       1395   
Medic 60 Evan                                                358.6      810.2

Tone A & B are Fire Tone C & D are EMS if same department or Micu & BLS if EMS only (cos 8 & 14)

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Firefighters Critical-Tower Ladder Hits Power Lines

Yesterday at 05:28:43 PM CCF Administrator

Earlier today, up to four Kentucky Firefighters were injured, with one in very critical condition after their tower ladder came in contact with power lines. Initial reports are that the Campbellsville/Taylor County Fire Department (located an hour and a half south of Louisville) was on campus at Campbellsville University - doing a community related detail - when the truck came in contact with the power lines. Some reports are that they were assisting in a "cold water challenge" involving the school band.

Two Firefighters were critically injured and transported from the campus by helicopter, while the at least one other was transported by ambulance. The two most critical were flown to University of Louisville Hospital with at least one reported to be extremely critical condition. The incident knocked out the power for all of the city of Campbellsville, according to Smith, as well as the city of Greensburg.

We will keep you advised as additional information is made available. Also, below are links related to firefighter safety/survival when working near power lines. KTIYP's.



Take Care. Be Careful. Pass It On.
The Secret List 8-21-2014-1422 Hours

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Red lens covers for streethawk 52" lightbar

Yesterday at 09:53:50 AM SGolder

I have two (2) red lens covers for a 52" Streethawk light bar free pickup or you pay shipping. Located in Milton PA 570-486-4766

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Fantasy Football

August 17, 2014, 03:05:23 PM Truckie25

Hey guys sorry for the late notice, but I received word that Joe no longer wants to be in charge of the league so I will take the ball and run, if interested pm me your e-mail address and i will send invites and get this league going. Thanks Joe for all the years you have been in charge of the lague.

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Help First Responders Help You.

August 16, 2014, 06:05:57 PM oldtimer#3

Help First Responders Help You

PennDOT created the Yellow Dot program to allow drivers to share written medical and personal information with first responders in the event of an emergency. Participants affix a PennDOT-provided Yellow Dot decal to the lower left corner of the rear window of their vehicles.

This sticker alerts emergency responders to the availability of information to help them provide better care to crash victims.

In conjunction with these decals, participants complete an official Yellow Dot form, which contains information including an emergency contact, medical conditions and prescriptions. The form also provides space to attach a small photo of the corresponding participant. The information is then kept in the vehicle’s glove compartment in an official program folder.

For more information, please visit the link below.

Yellow Dot/Emergency Contact Information Programs
1. http://www.repsankey.com/yellowdot.aspx

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