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Thank you for everything and we wish you well! Today we pass along the news that our Deputy Chief Jim Alercia (AKA 27-51) has stepped down from his position as he and his wife Colene have decided to move South

Palmer Municipal Fire Department, January 11

After a long time in the works Jim will be fulfilling a dream and has accepted a job with the Myrtle Beach Fire Department. Jim will be spending the next few weeks completing an abbreviated academy before he is integrated within the ranks of Myrtle Beach as an active Fire Fighter.

Jim leaves The Palmer Municipal Fire Department after 9 years of Service. Jim’s service includes being an active ... (Full Story)

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Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, January 01

At approximately 20:44 hours on New Years Day the Palmer Municipal Fire Department was dispatched to Forks Township as part of a Second Alarm. Battalion Chief Sobieski, Truck 27-22, Engine 27-12, and utility 27-43 responded. Palmer crews assisted Forks perform various functions until being released back into service later in the evening.

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TWO Trapped - Greenwood @ William Penn

Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, January 09

On January 9th the PMFD was dispatched to the intersection of Greenwood and William Penn for the reported MVA with Unknow injuries. Upon arrival of Captain Emsweller the assignment was updated to an MVA head on with rescue. Crews worked with EMS to perform a door removal on one care and a side out on the second vehicle. After cleaning up crews cleared the scene. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, July 28

On July 28th 2021 the PMFD was dispatched to Hackett Ave for the reported car into a house. Units responded to find 1 vehicle into a house and the occupant of the vehicle had self extricated. Crews remained on scene for the hook and assisted with cleanup. Command released the companies shortly after. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Working RV Fire

Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, July 28

On July 28th @approximatley 04:23hrs the PMFD was dispatched to Jones BLVD for the reported working RV fire. Multiple calls were received and initial reports by responding units advised of a working fire. Engine 27-12 arrived first due and stretched a line to the rear of the property to begin extinguishment. Rescue-Engine 27-13 responded with additional personal and assisted the crew from 27-12. The ... (Full Story & Photos)

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