Goodwill Fire 18

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Proudly serving since 1879

Welcome to the official web-site of the Goodwill Fire Co. #1 of Jacobus, PA. We are happy that you have stopped by to visit us! Our company is a non-profit organization made up of approximately 30 active members and well over 400 contributory members. Just like many others in Pennsylvania, our company is 100% VOLUNTEER with our members leaving work or family and friends to help his/her fellow neighbor. We respond to a variety of calls ranging from automatic alarms and smoke investigations to structure fires, water rescues and QRS / medical assists. Our primary response area consists of all of Jacobus Borough, and parts of Springfield and York Townships. if you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact us and please visit our guest book before leaving. Again, thank you for visiting our site

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Labor Day 2019

2 weeks ago

Many cars were here to look at. Lots of vendors. Something for everyone was had. Several Trophies were awarded today. Go to our Facebook page to view some videos of some fun and awards handed out.

                             

Extra Work

3 weeks ago

Station 18 out at the Jacobus park doing a little extra cleaning for our upcoming Labor Day event. Hope to see everyone there.

       

MVA 18-01

3 weeks ago

Engine 18-2 responding to a single vehicle accident on Valley Rd and Franklin St. The vehicle struck the pole coming up Valley Rd. Driver was able to walk away suffering only minor cuts and bruises.

         

Mva

August 7th

Yesterday Engine 18-2 and FP18 assisted Rescue 19 and engine 19-1 on a vehicle accident on Leader Heights Rd and Joppa Rd.

19:17:03 08-07-19 box: 19-04 MVA W/ROLLOVER SOUTH EMS TG , LEADER HEIGHTS RD@ JOPPA RD , YORK TWP, cross streets: 3rd call/veh on roof/man on ground units: FIRESTA19,E18-2,R19,EMSSTA18,MICU18-2 [1916] 
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MVA 18-2 06/06/19

June 6th

Engine 18-2 and fire police responding to a vehicle accident this morning. Driver only had a few scratches and bruises.

 

 
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