On Wednesday afternoon E62-2, E62-2, and Tr63(Lafayette) where dispatched to the 900 block of Hartman Station Rd for a gas leak, E62-2 went enroute first and was advised by county that they received a call from a third hand caller who stated his wife called him at work and said that their 500 gallon propane tank was leaking gas from the top of the tank. The Engine arrived minutes later to find a 500 gallon tank that was venting propane into the air from the top of the tank about 100 feet from a house and a barn, crews quickly pulled a 1.50″ handline and starting vapor dispersion by using a fog stream through the vapors. In the meantime E62-1 and Tr63 had made the response and the truck assisted E62-2’s crew while E62-1 went into the house with a gas meter and checked for gas levels and also pulled a backup handline in case anything should go wrong. It soon became evident that this could be a drawn out event until either the tank empties or the propane company arrives on the scene and is able to stop the leak so Chief 62 who by this time arrived and had command established requested that two tankers be dispatched to the scene bringing T62, and T29(West Earl) for water supply. Command then requested that Chief 44(Intercourse) contacts him due to his work involving servicing propane tanks and once he made contact Chief 44 responded to the scene and after doing a size up determined that it is actually a simple fix with the right accessories and had the leak fixed within 15 minutes. Thanks to Chief 44, Tr63, and T29 for the assistance!!