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Liberty Fire Company No. 1
We are here to serve the community and need your support. We sponsor a number of special events during the year. We welcome your participation at any of the events or fundraisers that we sponsor.
Our company is constantly seeking new members to join us for public service in the East Berlin area. Whether you want to be a firefighter, EMS provider, fire police officer, or just help us with fundraising, we would welcome the chance to have you join our family.
Liberty Fire Company No.1 currently operates three ambulances 24/7/365 in both the emergency and non-emergency setting. Our first due unit is staffed by one career member and one volunteer member. Our second and third units are staffed entirely by volunteers. We offer competitive wages and a great environment for provider growth. Currently based out of our station is Hanover Hospital Medic 51 who provides the Advanced Life Support for the majority of our first due territory. Come join a growing team of EMS professionals today! Download an application, complete, scan and email to email@example.com. You can also drop it off at the fire company.
Liberty Fire Company No. 1 invites you to participate in our reflective address sign program. For the nominal fee of $10.00, you can order a reflective address sign for your home.
These signs can help us to find you in an emergency. They can save valuable minutes when emergency personnel are responding. They are available in both horizontal and vertical orientations and are numbered and lettered on both sides.
Adams County Company 11 - York County Station 112
Liberty Fire Company No. 1, East Berlin, Pennsylvania, proudly protects 17,000 people living in an area of 90 square miles. We operate out of a station in the Borough of East Berlin that serves a primarily rural area.
Established in 1896, we have a roster of nearly 185 members, of which about 35 are active members. We operate two engines, one tanker, one service truck, one utility truck, two boats and three BLS ambulances.
SQT. MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER WEIGAND, JR.
Latimore Township Police Department
Sergeant Michael Christopher Weigand, Jr. was killed in a motorcycle accident while escorting a benefit ride involving the Blue Knights motorcycle club.
LEST WE FORGET