Nov
10
2014

Our condolences, thoughts, prayers and sympathy to Lancaster EMS

Larry E. “Butch” Joe

Larry E. “Butch” Joe

// // Posted: Saturday, November 8, 2014 12:00 am

Larry E. “Butch” Joe Staff Writer TownNews.com

Larry E. “Butch” Joe, 63, of Wrightsville died Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at Lancaster General Hospital as a result of an auto accident on his way to work. He was the husband of Naomia F. “Omie” Joe. Larry and Omie observed their 10th wedding anniversary on April 1st.

Larry was born in Lancaster on September 29, 1951, a son of Ralph and Anna (Peters) Joe of Christiana. He was an EMT for over 30 years, having currently working for LEMSA. He is credited with delivering 25 babies.

He was a graduate of Octorara High School. His memberships include Trinity Lutheran Church of Wrightsville were he served on the church council, board member of the Wrightsville Water Authority and the Wrightsville Fire Company.

In addition to his wife and parents, he is survived by 2 sons, David Feltch III and his wife Lisa of Lewisberry, Daniel C. Feltch of Watertown, SD; 3 grandsons, David Feltch IV, Dillon Feltch, Cody Feltch: a sister, Kathy Miller and her husband Jim of Christiana; a brother, Scott Joe; 2 nephews and a niece and 3 special buddies, Rags, Montana, and Pus-Pus.

A funeral service will be 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at Trinity Lutheran Church, 243 Hellam Street, Wrightsville, with his pastor, the Rev. Barbara A. Caruana, officiating. Viewings will be 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday and 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, both at the church.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions be made in Larry’s memory to Wrightsville Fire Company, 125 S. 2nd Street, Wrightsville, PA 17368 or Witmer Fire Company, 455 Mount Sidney Road, Witmer, PA 17585.

Arrangements by the Etzweiler Funeral Homes and Cremation Service, 700 Hellam Street, Wrightsville, PA 17368.

etzweilerfuneralhome.com

Story by Lancaster Online

 

 

Nov
10
2014

43 EMS: MVA with ejection in East Lampeter Township

November 10, 2014

Ambulance 43-1, Ambulance 43-2, Medic 6-1, Medic 6-6 and Fire Station 48 were dispatched to the intersection of Ronks Road and Route 30 in East Lampeter Township for a vehicle accident with ejection.

LCWC advised responding units that there is rollover with ejection.

Deputy 48 established Incident Command.

Read full story on Lancaster Online: http://lancasteronline.com/news/local/police-woman-falls-asleep-crashes-pickup-truck-on-route/article_3a3a445a-68d0-11e4-9b1b-8b64094ab8fe.html

 

Units on scene:

Rescue 48

Engine 48-2

 

EMS Chief 43

EMS Captain 43

Ambulance 43-1

Ambulance 43-2

Medic 6-1

Medic 6-6

Medic 600

Nov
10
2014

43 FIRE & EMS: MVA with entrapment in Paradise Township

November 9, 2014

Ambulance 43-1, Ambulance 43-2, and Fire Station 47 were dispatched to the intersection of Leacock Road and Route 30 in Paradise Township for a vehicle accident with possible entrapment.

LCWC advised responding units of possibly 4 patients, car versus a tree.

Chief 47 arrived on the scene and established Incident Command, EMS Chief 43 established EMS Operations.

Chief 47 advised LCWC that multiple patients are trapped and requested Rescue 48 and Engine 43-1. Chief 47 also requested multiple EMS units.

Read full story on Lancaster Online: http://lancasteronline.com/news/local/breaking-multiple-people-trapped-in-route-crash-in-paradise/article_ebeebb98-6800-11e4-86ff-7fd650bfd471.html

 

Units on scene:

Rescue 47

Engine 47-2

Engine 43-1

Rescue 48

 

EMS Chief 43

EMS Captain 43

Ambulance 43-1

Ambulance 43-2

Ambulance 43-3

Ambulance 38-1

Medic 4-30

Medic 4-40

Medic 6-1

Medic 6-6

Medic 6-7

Nov
10
2014

43 EMS: Mass Transit Accident in Paradise Township

On October 20, 2014 multiple Fire and EMS units were dispatched to a school bus accident at the intersection of Vintage Road and Route 741 in Paradise Township.

LCWC advised responding units of a dump truck versus a school bus. EMS Captain 43 arrived on the scene and reported a school bus on its side in a field, with blocking on the roadway.

Chief 47 arrived on the scene and established incident command, EMS Captain 43 established EMS Operations.

There was no entrapment.

LCWC placed Pennstar 4 on standby, which was then canceled by Incident Command.

Read the full story on Lancaster Online: http://lancasteronline.com/news/local/school-bus-carrying-special-needs-children-overturns-in-paradise-township/article_4042e388-5855-11e4-b08b-0017a43b2370.html

Fire units on the scene:

Engine 45-2

Rescue 47

Rescue 42

 

EMS Units on the scene:

EMS Chief 43

EMS Captain 43

Ambulance 43-1

Ambulance 43-2

Ambulance 43-3

Ambulance 46-1

Ambulance 49-1

Medic 4-30

Medic 6-11

Medic 6-4

Medic 6-5

Medic 6-6

Medic 77-8

Medic 82-1

Nov
10
2014

43 Fire: 3 call Saturday

On Saturday October 18, 2014 Station 43 responds to 3 calls.

Call 1: Engine 43-1 was dispatched for spill control on Harvest Drive, in Leacock Township. The Engine crew was on the scene for only a few minutes.

Call 2: Stations 43, 41, and 48 were dispatched for a field fire in the area of Leacock Road and Harvest Drive. Units arrived on the scene and confirmed a working corn field fire. Units remained on the scene for approximately 2 hours.

Call 3: Tanker 43 was dispatched to Station 50 for a standby.

 

 

 

 

 

Sep
17
2014

2014 Fall Sale


PUBLIC AUCTION

GORDONVILLE FIRE CO .

www.43fireems.com

22nd Annual Fall Auction

BUILDING MATERIALS, QUILTS, CRAFTS, CONSTRUCTION TOOLS,

LAWN FURNITURE, CARRIAGES & SHRUBS

SATURDAY SEPT. 27, 2014, 8:30AM


LOCATION:(P.O. BOX 14, Vigilant St., GordonvillePa.17529) Approx. 10 Miles East of Lancaster on RT. 30, turn North onto Old Leacock Rd., at the Wells Fargo Bank, Go approx.

¾ mi. on the right. From Rt. 340 turn South on Old Leacock Rd. Approx. 1 ¼ Mi. on left..

NEW & USED LUMBER & BUILDING MATERIALS

                                   (STARTING AT  8:30)

Plywood, Insulation, truck loads of lumber, all kinds of 2×4, 2×6, 2×8, 2×10, 4×4; lots of 2×4-8; trusses, shingles, nails, treated lumber, truck loads of white pine, various length,  cabinets, vanities,  various styles & sizes, doors, Dutch lap vinyl siding, interior doors, windows, all kinds of brands expected,  paneling, moldings, lots & lots more items expected & to numerous to mention…

                                  Buggies (WILL BE SOLD AT 11:00)                 

                                 Shrubs  ( Will be sold at 9:00 )

All kinds of buggies, carts, carriages, spring wagons, & possibly sleighs.

QUILTS & CRAFTS (Will be sold at 8:30)         LAWN FURNTURE (Will be sold at 10:00)

300 +  locally made new & used Quilts, Quilt tops, wall hangings, etc.

DONATED ITEMS APPRECIATED

ALL OTHER ITEMS SOLD ON COMMISSION

FORK LIFTS PROVIDED BY POWER PRO EQUIPMENT, NEW HOLLAND, PA.

HOOBER INC., INTERCOURSE, PA.  AND GAP POWER RENTALS, GAP, PA.

NO HAZARDOUS MATERIAL,

ALL ITEMS MUST BE IN SELLABLE CONDITION   NO JUNK

We will start receiving crafts, building materials & buggies on Wednesday September 24th. Thru Friday September 26th. From 7:00 a.m. till 7:00 p.m.

We will have loaders on the grounds till Wed. Oct. 1st

Quilt consignments accepted at Gordonville Book Store from Friday Aug. 29th

 Thru Friday Sept. 12th  Mon. thru Fri. 8 A.M.-4 P.M.

No consignments accepted on sale day

(GOOD FOOD BY LADIES AUXILIARY)

NOTE: Terms are cash or Pa. Check, Visa or Master Card accepted,

3% buyers’ premium waived if paid by cash or check

No out of state checks, unless accompanied with a bank letter

If you have any questions or want to consign any building materials. You can call David at

717-768-3512 or Gideon Fisher 717-768-0171 or leave a message at 717-768-3869

 E-mail sale@43fireems.com. Fax 717-768-0294

SALE GROUND GATES WILL BE CLOSED SUNDAYS

NOTE: Spring Sale March 14th, 2015.

NO BUILDING MATERIALS at spring sale!!

                                                                  

Mar
20
2013

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