Fire Poice Needed

Anyone intrested in volunteering we are in need of people for Fire Police. Please contact any member or contact the station at 570-636-3244


FUND RAISING

Hoagie Sale, October 26

Spaghetti Dinner, December 7


Training

NIMS 400 - 10/16, 10/20, 10/23, 11/6

Basics Refresher - 10/22, 10/29, 10/30, 11/3, 11/4, 11/10, 11/12, 11/15

 


Recent Calls

Sun. Oct 19th 2014
Truck and Rescue Engine on MVA Assist to White Haven

During the early morning hours FFD along with Foster and Dennison Fire were dispatched to a MVA in White Haven Boro. A truck ...

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Fri. Oct 17th 2014
Truck on Two Cat Rescues in Two Days

On consecutive days the truck was dispatched during the late afternoon to rescue cats. Both times the result was successful a...

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Thu. Oct 16th 2014
Assist to Water Emergency in the Boro

During the mid afternoon while FFD units were providing a fire watch at the 3 alarm fire, maintenance personnel of Freeland E...

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Sun. Oct 19th 2014
FIRE PREVENTION PROGRAM AT FREELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

On Friday Freeland Fire Department along with Hazleton Fire Department conducted their annual fire prevention program at the ...

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Sun. Oct 19th 2014
First Snow Flakes of the Season

When the Northside was getting up this morning the first flakes were beginning to fall. This is the start for the always long...

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Sun. Oct 19th 2014
Clean Up Was Large

Over the last few days FFD firefighters were busy cleaning up after the 3 alarm fire plus tanker task force in the boro. Hose...

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FREELAND FIRE DEPARTMENT
P.O. BOX 28
FREELAND,PA.18224



Non-Emergency:
570-636-3244

Emergency:
911

Fax:
570-636-0221

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                    FOR SALE

Contact Freeland Fire Chief Joseph Stepansky at 570-636-3244 or 570-233-0857

1980 Seagrave 100 ft. Aerial  Low Profile

Completely Refurbished in 2005

Recent Aerial test completed September 2013

Detroit 8v71 Diesel Engine Automatic Allision  HT 740D Transmission

1250 Waterous Single Stage Pump

150 Gallon Water Tank

On Spot Chains 

4 - Riding Positions

Equipment included:

Ground Ladders - 40', 35", 14'
Straight Ladders - 20', 16', 14'
Folding Ladder 10'

5 Fixed 500 watt scene lighting
250 ft. cord reels off each side

Lighting and electrical to tip of ladder

Onan 6kw Diesel Generator

****Click on Side Tab L-57 Pictures to Left to see more!!!****

 



News Headlines
 
FIRE PREVENTION PROGRAM AT FREELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Sun. Oct 19th 2014
On Friday Freeland Fire Department along with Hazleton Fire Department conducted their annual fire prevention program at the Freeland Elementary School 285 students and 14 teachers grades K through 2 went through the fire safety house, given tours of Freeland Fire Department Engine 55 and Ladder 57 ...

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First Snow Flakes of the Season
Sun. Oct 19th 2014
When the Northside was getting up this morning the first flakes were beginning to fall. This is the start for the always long and cold weather which is a part of living in the highest boro in the Commonwealth...

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Clean Up Was Large
Sun. Oct 19th 2014
Over the last few days FFD firefighters were busy cleaning up after the 3 alarm fire plus tanker task force in the boro. Hose was the biggest clean up with 1400' of 3" hose and 1600' of 2" hose used. The 5" used was 300' from the engine and 600' from the rescue engine. Hazleton City F...

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Training, Training, and More Training
Tue. Oct 14th 2014
FFD continues to strive to improve on the the fire protection we provide to our communities. Recently 15 firefighters completed an American Red Cross Professional CPR and First Aid Responding to Emergencies sponsored by our partner in emergency services, the Freeland Northside Community Ambulan...

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CLASSIC PHOTOS FROM THE PAST
Sun. Oct 12th 2014
Recently we received some classic photos from the past. Attached is a link to view the photos additional photos will be added later.https://plus.google.com/photos/112190395753941331617/albums/6069497528522053265?authkey=CJjChJW8-P-p9gE   ...

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Recent Calls
 
Truck and Rescue Engine on MVA Assist to White Haven
Sun. Oct 19th 2014
During the early morning hours FFD along with Foster and Dennison Fire were dispatched to a MVA in White Haven Boro. A truck struck a tree and then a residence with two occupants entrapped. White Haven rescue engine was working the extrication when command requested the additional companies to assis...

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Truck on Two Cat Rescues in Two Days
Fri. Oct 17th 2014
On consecutive days the truck was dispatched during the late afternoon to rescue cats. Both times the result was successful and their were many happy observers...

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Assist to Water Emergency in the Boro
Thu. Oct 16th 2014
During the mid afternoon while FFD units were providing a fire watch at the 3 alarm fire, maintenance personnel of Freeland Elderly Apartments approached firefighters requesting personnel for assistance with a water leak in the building. This was done during a large rain event and water was running ...

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Three Bells in the Boro
Wed. Oct 15th 2014
During the early morning Luzerne County dispatched the first alarm commercial box for a working structure fire in the 700 block of Main St. Chief Joseph J. Stepansky arrived on scene and reported a 3 story vacant combination mercantile/residential building with heavy fire showing from the second and...

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2 Code Issues in the Boro
Tue. Oct 14th 2014
FFD responded to 2 assists to Freeland Boro Code Enforcement, the first one in the 500 block of Fern St. during the mid afternoon and the other in 1100 block of Centre St. during the dinner hour. Both were open burn related...

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Fire Challenge Warning

NFPA issues "fire challenge" warning

Fire ChallengeThe National Fire Protection Association is joining the Phoenix Society warning of a new “fire challenge” trending on YouTube and social media.  We have experience with the effects of fire, understand the devastating impact of fire on lives, and hope our efforts to warn youth through our social media network will prevent future injuries and deaths from this dangerous activity. A burn injury resulting in life long scarring and possible death can occur in seconds.


PA State Certification

             


Upcoming Events

6:00pm - 10:00pm
Fri. Oct 24th 2014
Haunted Hay Ride


ALL DAY
Sun. Oct 26th 2014
Hoagie sale


7:00pm
Tue. Nov 4th 2014
Department meeting

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