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Date 04/09/20
Time 13:18:46
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Weekly Training  
Municipality: Various
Date: Mon, Mar 30, 2020 19:00
Address: Internet
Details:

FDMJ is adjusting to the stay-at home order by using technology to still get in our weekly training. Chief Hall setup a Zoom video conference for members this evening. Once he got members up to speed on the technology Deputy Chief Johns reviewed the new PPE bags that are now carried on all apparatus. These bags contain coveralls, N95 masks, gloves and glasses for crews to wear when assisting EMS on medical calls.


COVID-19 Update 3/20/2020
Municipality: Mount Joy Borough
Date: Fri, Mar 20, 2020 17:00
Address: FDMJ
Details:

In line with Governor Wolf's latest declaration and to best preserve our firefighting forces, Fire Department Mount Joy has closed our station to all activities except response to emergency calls and support activities DIRECTLY related to emergency calls. Until lifted, there will be no personnel available at the fire station.

For emergencies, Dial 911

If you need non-emergency assistance from FDMJ, please call Lancaster County-Wide Communications at 717-664-1190 and ask for the Station 75 duty chief. The duty chief will return your call and will route your information appropriately.

Matt Gohn
Fire Chief


COVID-19 Update
Municipality: Mount Joy
Date: Tue, Mar 17, 2020 17:00
Address: FDMJ
Details:

Mount Joy Borough has directed the closure of all borough buildings to the public. This includes the fire station. Fire Department Mount Joy has closed our building to the pubic and non-essential members until at least March 30, 2020. Only Firefighters, Fire Police, Administrative personnel and essential contractors will have access to the building during this period.

This is one measure that FDMJ is taking to ensure our continued service to the Mount Joy community. We have also modified our response plan in order to protect our members and limit the potential spread of COVID-19.

- Emergency calls of a serious nature will continue to be handled as normal.
- Calls that are less serious will be handled differently and will take into consideration social distancing and other precautions. You may notice much of the crew staying at a distance and not being engaged. Rest assured that if these firefighters are needed, they will be deployed.
- On medical calls, we are sending a very small crew to assist EMS. This crew will not engage except in life threats or when cleared by EMS. At times, it may be necessary for these firefighters to use much more protective equipment than we would normally use. This is out of an abundance of caution and in consideration of the safety of our firefighters.

Our primary mission is to protect the public and we take this seriously and will continue with that mission. In these trying times, we are giving extra attention to our risk management decisions to preserve our forces so we can continue to protect all of you.

As always, if you have an emergency call 911.

For non-emergency contact to the fire department:
Lancaster County Wide Communications 717-664-1190
FDMJ 717-653-1600

Watch for continued updates to this evolving situation.

Matt Gohn
Fire Chief


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