Recent/Active Incidents

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March 20, 2018 – Working Basement Fire (Lake Drive)

March 20, 2018 – At 12:50, Fire District 63 was dispatched to 63 North Lake Drive, North Manheim Township for a house fire. Chief 63-01 arrived on scene and confirmed a 2-story residential with fire showing from the basement…more information as it becomes available.

March 19, 2018 – Working House Fire (City of Pottsville)

March 19, 2018 – At 18:14, as Station 4 was en-route to Pottsville for company training at an acquired structure, the Pottsville City Fire Department transmitted a box alarm for a working house fire at 807 West Norwegian Street. P-1 arrived on location and confirmed a working house fire and advised SCCC to dispatch Schuylkill Haven RIT.

Located just outside of the City on Route 61, Engine 63-17 and Squad 63-69 responded to the scene assisting crews with ground ladders and RIT operations.

Fire personnel from Station 1 (Rainbow) and 4 (Liberty) stood-by on Side A of the building for 1 hour until fire operations were concluded. Photo via Squad 63-69.

March 7, 2018 – Working House Fire (Wildcat Mountain)

March 7, 2018 – At 21:30, Station 4 was requested for Tanker 63-38 to 25 Gameland Drive, Walker Township, as part of a 2nd alarm tanker task force.

Tanker 63-38 shuttled water from a fill-site established by Engine 55-13 (New Ringgold) at Leiby’s Restaurant to the scene — located more than 6 miles away.

63-38 supplied the scene with a total of 6,000+ gallons of water and was in operation for more than 2 hours.


February 15, 2018 – 2nd Alarm House Fire (Orwigsburg)

February 15, 2018 – At 14:02 the Orwigsburg Fire Department (District 56) requested Station 4 as part of a 2nd alarm to 206 Long Avenue, Orwigsburg for a working structure fire. Crews arrived on scene and assisted with fire attack and overhaul on division 3 of the fire building. Engine 63-17, Squad 63-69 and Tanker 63-38 responded to the assignment. Chief 56-01 had command of the scene. Photos courtesy of Mark Krammes.

February 12, 2018 – Reported Kitchen Fire (Garfield Avenue)

February 12, 2018 – At 19:57 Fire District 63 was dispatched to 621 North Garfield Avenue for a house fire. As units became en-route, the Schuylkill County Communications Center advised of a possible kitchen fire. Crews arrived on scene and found a grease fire in the kitchen of an apartment that had been partially knocked down by the tenant. Fire personnel checked for extension and performed ventilation with positive pressure fans. Fire District 63 units were on scene for approximately 45 minutes. Engine 63-17 and Squad 63-69 were the responding units from Station 4. Chief 63-02 had command. Photos courtesy of Mark Krammes.


2018 Yellow Truck Spring Sportsman Bingo — April 28, 2018

Mark your calendars for this Awesome Event! Saturday April 28,2018. Bingo starts at 1pm
New this year……Concealed Carry Seminar will be held at 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Call for seating, information, or tickets — 570.294.9875 or 570.527.0905

Sponsored by GoodWill Hose Company, Cressona and the Liberty Fire Company #4 of Schuylkill Haven!

January 2018 Call Rundown

7 – Structure Fires
5 – Medical assist, assist EMS crew
3 – Carbon monoxide incident
3 – Heating System malfunctions
2 – Trees Down or Weather Related Incidents
1 – Chimney Fires
1 – Motor vehicle accident with injuries

Total Calls for January: 22

Liberty Fire Company 2017 Year In Review – “Legendary”

2017 Liberty Fire Company Year In Review. #4HouseStrong

Special thanks to Mark Krammes Photography, Fire and Film, and a few unknown video contributors (the opening scene).

Music within are property of the associated record labels and music artists. Credit has been given within the video and it’s use is strictly for promotional materials of the artists and of the Non-Profit Organization Liberty Fire Company #4.

June 21, 2017 – Working Garage Fire (Tobash Drive, North Manheim)

June 21, 2017 – At 14:18 Stations 1 & 4 were dispatched along with Fire Districts 56, 47 and Pottsville RIT to 15 Tobash Drive, North Manheim Township for a garage fire. Chief 63-02 (Reed) was the first to arrive on scene and confirmed a 2-story garage with smoke showing. Engine 63-17 arrived shortly after Engine 47-10 and stretched a 1 3/4 attack line inside the building — locating a smaller electrical fire inside the A/D corner of the garage. The fire was quickly extinguished and fire personnel assisted with ventilation. Tanker 63-38 also supplied water to the scene. Chief 63-02 had command of the incident.

Photos MLK Photography

June 20, 2017 – Motorcycle Accident With Injuries (Cressona)

June 20, 2017 – At 18:04 Stations 1 & 4 were dispatched with Fire District 41 to the area of Chestnut Street and Cross Creek Drive, Cressona Borough for a vehicle accident involving a motorcycle. Just as Engine 63-17 arrived on scene, Chief 41 advised of a landing zone needed for 1 patient. Engine 63-17 redirected to the baseball field adjacent to the Blue Mountain Elementary Cressona and established a secure area for incoming PennStar 4  to land.  Crews assisted EMS and the Flight Crew with patient packaging and transfer to the helicopter. Chief 63-02 had command of the LZ.

The Liberty Fire 5K Run and Walk

Dash To The Summer Bash!

Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania — On Saturday, July 1st, 2017 the Liberty Fire Company #4 located in Schuylkill Haven, PA will host a 5K Run and Walk event in conjunction with the 5th Annual 2017 Summer BBQ Bash.

The professionally-timed race begins at the Liberty Fire Company #4 and travels through the borough of Schuylkill Haven — continuing onto the newly constructed, shaded walking trail around the “Island” recreational complex.

Registration and check-in begins at 8AM and the race will take place at 9AM. For those who prefer not to run, an equally enjoyable 2.5-mile walk will follow the runners beginning at 9:05AM and will also encompass the “Island” walking trail.

Since we understand the dedication and commitment it takes to work as an emergency responder, we will be offering awards to the Top 3 Emergency Responders that cross the finish line. Medals for each age group will also be awarded along with a stunning trophy featuring a fire engine that resembles our 1980 CF Mack Engine going to the top male and female finishers.

Race or walk entry fees are $25 the day of the event. Preregistration cost is $20 available online until midnight Wednesday June 28th. Registration includes a choice of t-shirt or food tickets — while supplies last.

The Liberty Fire 5K Run and walk will be held rain or shine, and fees are not refundable.  For additional information, contact the Liberty Fire Company or Race Director Aaron Schimpf at or visit

GPS Directions: 223 West Columbia Street, Schuylkill Haven, PA 17972

May 21, 2017 – Working House Fire (Center Avenue)

May 21, 2017 –  At 01:00 Fire District 63 was dispatched to 67 Center Avenue for a house fire. Chief 63 (Donatti) arrived on scene and advised of a working house fire at 69 Center Avenue threatening exposures.

Engine 63-12 arrived to the A side with Ladder 63-25 arriving shortly thereafter. Engine 63-17 also arrived to the A side and assisted with stretching lines, securing a water source, and forcing the front door to the residence.

Tower 63-22 and Engine 63-13 arrived to the rear, deployed ground ladders, and setup roof operations. Interior crews performed a primary search of the first and 2nd floors, and while advancing to the attic — firefighters were met with heavy fire conditions. The fire was brought under control within 30 minutes and all personnel remained on scene for approximately 3 hours. Chief 63 had command.

Pottsville RIT and a first alarm Tanker Task Force were also requested to the scene. Photos MLK*