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2021 Incidents
Jan 62
Feb 57
Mar 71
Apr 86
May 69
Jun 47
Jul 52
Aug 93
Sep 75
Oct 80
Nov 30
Dec 0
Total 722

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2021 722
2020 797
2019 947
2018 913
2017 726
2016 794
2015 850
2014 902
2013 882
2012 776
Total 8309

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Columbia Borough Fire Department!

"The mission of the Columbia Borough Fire Department shall be to protect the lives and property of the citizens and visitors of the Borough of Columbia and neighboring communities from fire and other related emergencies or natural disasters. This public safety goal shall be achieved by providing professionally trained personnel educated in the areas of fire prevention, suppression, and tactical operations from the adverse effects of fire and rescue situations, or exposure to other hazardous conditions."

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Lieutenant William Meyers, November 09

Today members of CBFD responded to 3 calls for service. An AFA, CO Alarm and a Vehicle Accident. We also took the time to help hang a new flag at Susquehanna Valley Nursing and Rehab in time for Veteran’s Day on Thursday.... (Full Story & Photos)

Large Area Search Training

Lieutenant William Meyers, November 08

Tonight members participated in large area search techniques for our company training. This occurred in an acquired commercial building that we are permitted to use for training scenarios. Thank you Don Murphy and Cimarron Investments for allowing the fire department this opportunity to better ourselves through training.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lieutenant William Meyers, October 26

The Rescue/Engine has handled three calls today. The first was assisting EMS with removing a patient from the roof of a house. The second was to assist York County 41 with a rollover crash. The final run was to assist Company 76 with a rollover crash.... (Full Story & Photos)

Structure Fire in Hellam

Lieutenant William Meyers, October 26

The Ladder, Recue/Engine, and Traffic assisted the Hellam Fire Company with this structure fire yesterday evening. The units operated on the scene for several hours. While the units were out, the volunteers maintained an additional crew for the Engine.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lieutenant William Meyers, October 21

The volunteers were steady yesterday answering 8 calls for service. The first call came in at 0630 hours with the Rescue and Traffic assisting York County Station 41 with a crash with entrapment. The Rescue was cancelled and requested to cover 41 while they were on the scene. The Rescue was sent during this time to assist Company 67 with a structure. The afternoon brought 2 calls for a fire alarm ... (Full Story & Photos)

3 Calls Covering for Wrightsville

Lieutenant William Meyers, October 17

The Rescue provided 18 hours of coverage for Wrightsville Fire & Rescue Company 41 for their membership to enjoy their annual appreciation dinner. During that time, the Rescue responded to 3 calls for service that included a fire alarm, dumpster fire, and a multiple car crash with injuries.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lieutenant William Meyers, October 15

The Rescue/Engine is currently assisting Rohrerstown Fire Company with a structure fire on Roundtop Drive in East Hempfield Township. Units from 67 arrived with fire on all floors and through the roof. Company 80 is maintaining an additional crew in the fire hall to provide coverage to the area.... (Full Story & Photos)

Midweek Calls Keep Crews Busy

Lieutenant William Meyers, October 13

The volunteers answered 2 calls for service late this evening. The first was a crash with injuries on Route 30 assisting Company 76. While operating on that call, Engine 80 took in a medical emergency in the borough. Earlier in the day, the volunteers were sent to 3 fire alarms in West Hempfield and Lower Windsor Townships.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lieutenant William Meyers, October 12

Tonight, members of Columbia Borough Fire Department TEAM80 attended a recognition ceremony at Borough Hall as part of the Borough Council meeting. The crew of Penn State Health Life Lion, LLC and TEAM80 were recognized by the patient/resident and the Emergency Health Services Federation for a call in Columbia Borough back in August. Great work to everyone involved! ... (Full Story & Photos)

Brush Fire and Two Structure Fires

Lieutenant William Meyers, October 11

The volunteers have taken in three calls for the day since 6am. The first call was for a reported structure fire in the 400 block of Locust Street in the borough. The crew found a small fire that was extinguished and the assignment was downgraded to Company 80 and York Engine 41. During the lunch hour, Engine 80 was requested to assist Company 07 with a brush fire in West Hempfield Township. While ... (Full Story & Photos)

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