On Thursday May 5th, the Lancaster County Rescue Task Force was requested by the Harrisburg Fire Department to assist at the collapse of a retaining wall. The wall was that collapsed was in close proximity to several buildings and a bridge. The collapse cause part of a parking lot and an unoccupied car to tumble down onto a tire warehouse. Harrisburg firefighters searched the area for any victims and confirmed no one was hurt. MTFR is a member department of the Lancaster County Rescue Task Force along with Blue Rock Fire Rescue. The rescue task force trains for and responds to technical rescue incidents like the collapse on Thursday. The task force also responds to water rescues, high angle rescues, trench collapses and natural disasters. On Thursday, MTFR Squad 209 responded to Harrisburg with 4 firefighters and the other Lancaster County Rescue Task Force units. The task force was staged near the scene in case more help was needed at the scene. The group returned to Lancaster once the all clear was given.