2014 Responses
  Fire EMS
Jan 44 48
Feb 54 79
Mar 48 63
Apr 35 79
May 33 77
June 20 54
July 26 69
Aug 18 65
Sept 22 0
Oct 2 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 302 534

Previous Responses
  Fire EMS
2013 421 904
2012 357 906
2011 423 842
2010 378 805
2009 385 808
2008 407 859
2007 463 833
2006 392 760
2005 357 357



Also known as York County Station 54, Eureka serves the greater Stewartstown, Pennsylvania area which is located in southern York County.

First Due fire and EMS services are provided to Stewartstown Borough, Hopewell Township, East Hopewell Township, Crossroads Borough, and Parts of North Hopewell Township (EMS only).

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EUREKA FIREMEN'S CARNIVAL
was a SUCCESS!


We would like to thank everyone who attended Eureka’s carnival this year. This is one of our biggest fundraisers and your support is what makes it successful. Thank you!

Also, this event simply could not happen without each and every member of our committed Carnival committee and team of volunteers. Thank you for all of your hard work!

We hope everyone who attended had a terrific time and will continue to support Eureka in the future!

The 2015 carnival is slated for July 13th through the 18th, 2015.


March 22nd Brush Fire

Barry Weintzweig

Brush fire on Stewarststown Road and Church Street.

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Brush fire in Hopewell Township
Brush fire in Hopewell Township

Mike Males

2 brush units and 2 engines from station 54 are responding to a brush fire in Hopewell Township.

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SMOKE DETECTORS SAVE LIVES!

Ira D. Walker Jr.

SMOKE DETECTORS SAVE LIVES! The homeowner was awaken by the sound of the smoke detector and called 911.
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Never burn on a windy day.

Ira D. Walker Jr.

Units  operating on a field fire in Hopewell Twp. Please never burn on a windy day.
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Structure fire in Windsor Twp.

Mike Males

Crews from E54-3 assisted with a  structure fire in Windsor Twp.
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MVA w/injuries on Barrens Rd

Mike Males

E54-2, E54-3 and Fire Police are on the scene of a MVA w/injuries on Barrens Rd North and Crossroads Ave.

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Injury Accident - East Hopewell

Mike Males

Units from 54 and Amb 37 just cleared an injury accident in East Hopewell Township. While on the scene Brush 54-1 and Amb 54-2 handled a fall victim in the 1st due.

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Feb 7 MVA

Mike Males

54 units just cleared a 2 vehicle MVA in 54-02 box. No injuries and no FD services needed.
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Ice Storm Nets 13 Calls....

Ira D. Walker Jr.

On Wednesday, February 5th our area experienced a major ice storm which produced over a 1/2" coating of ice. Starting around 6AM Eureka VFD responded to over 13 calls for service during a 14 hour span. Call#12 for the day was received at approximately 4:50PM for a residential structure fire in East Hopewell Twp at 14707 Lowe Rd. Crews arrived to find smoke showing from the 2nd floor of the two story SFD.

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Feb 5 MVA with Rollover

Mike Males

Accident with roll over on Barrens Road. Engines 54-2, 54-3, Ambulance 54, & Chief 54 handled the call.

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Tanker 54 plowing snow enroute to the 56 Barn Fire
Barn Fire - 56 Box

Mike Males

Station 54 assisted station 56 for the barn fire on Alum Rock Road in Fawn Township on February 3rd, 2014.

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Snow Storm brings in accidents.

2nd Fire Liuetenant Mike Forstoffer Jr

On Sunday December 8th while members were in their yearly Hazmat Operations Refresher a snow storm moved into Southern York County. A phone call was received about an accident with injuries on Barrens Rd North. Lt-54-2 (Forstoffer) responded as the duty officer. Engine 54-2 (Chief Walker) and Engine 54-3 (Capt. Rorke) went responding and arrived seconds later. Lt. 54-2 arrived and found a two vehicle accident. Engine 54-2 and 54-3's crews assisted with patient care and traffic control. Ambulance 54 took one patient to York Hospital.

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Engine and Tanker run 2nd Alarm Fire

2nd Fire Liuetenant Mike Forstoffer Jr

On Monday September 23rd at 2116 box 59-13 was dropped for a structure fire. Chief 59-2 arrived on location to find a house well off confirming entrapment. Chief 59-2 established Sticks Rd command and asked for the second alarm assignment and the tanker task force. Engine 54-3 (Capt. Rorke) and Tanker 54-1 (FF Paules) were on the street while the dispatch was being made. The engine arrived and dropped a line from the hydrant and laid 1500 of 4". 

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Crews making the "knock" in the attic space at 72 South Main St.
Working Fire in The Boro

Fire Chief Ira Walker, Jr.

On Tuesday, April 16th at 07:47 hours were alerted for a structure fire (residential) at 72 South Main St in Stewartstown Borough. Chief54(Walker) responded and arrived to report "fire showing" from Division 2 Side A/B corner. E54-2 (Ass't Chief Thompson) arrived and secured a water supply from a hydrant at South Main St. and Winters Ave. Crews advanced (2) 2" attack lines into the structure on Side A. Crews were able to "darken" down the fire within 15 minutes and the fire was under control in 25 minutes. E61 arrived and the crew ventilated the roof on Side A/B corner. Additional units arrived assisted w/extinguishing the fire and salvage/overhaul operations. HC1025 arrived and secured a "secondary" water supply by hand-jacking LDH to a hydrant at South Main St. and Trout Lane. Command 54 requested Met Ed and Red Cross to the scene. A total of 5 occupants were displaced with no injuries to civilians or firefighters. The fire originated in a bedroom on Division 2 and is listed as "accidental" due to combustibles discarded too close to a heated object. Damage is estimated at over $200,000 at this time.

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