Friday, March 28, 2014
Come out and support your local volunteer firefighters with a day of golf. The Pennsburg Fire Company will be holding it's annual golf outing on May 3rd. Registration starts starting at 11:30 am followed by lunch at noon and a shotgun start at 1pm. Dinner and door prizes will follow the round. If you have any questions, please contact Nate Cordero at the station 215-679-8293 or email email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you for a day of fun, food, playing golf and spending time with the men and women that protect you and your surrounding communities. We are also looking for a few more sponsors for the event. Some of the hole sponsors, green sponsors and general sponsors are still available. See attached Sponser form for details and feel free to contact Nate as well about the availability.
Thursday, March 20, 2014
It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of James (Jimmy) Heimbach. Jimmy joined the Pennsburg Fire Co in 1977 as a junior firefighter, and has been an active member ever since. Jimmy could often be found at the firehouse doing truck checks or waiting for the next call. He was loved by everyone in the firehouse and was well recognized in the Pennsburg community. He has touched many of our lives in his 37 years of service with this grateful department. Our deepest condolences to the entire Heimbach family. The following information is in regards to our brother James Heimbachs' services. The Viewing will be held at Mann Slonaker Funeral Home 222 Washington StEast GreenvilleThursday March 27thFrom 10:00am till 11:00amServices to follow. Burial Service will be at Pennsburg UCC775 Main StPennsburgAny Questions Please Contact Chief Scott Seip 267-347-2554 or the Station 215-679-8293
Saturday, March 8, 2014
Squad 65 was requested by 86 Command around 2130 hours to relocate to their station to cover calls while they operated at a dwelling fire in Skippack Township. Crews stood by in station until around 0030 hours and assisted them with returning their trucks to service
Friday, February 28, 2014
Around 1100 hours crews were alerted to a possible dwelling fire on Winchester Place in Upper Hanover. Chief 65 arrived to find the dwelling charged with smoke. After investigation, crews found a fire near the bathroom and n the walls. Squrt 71 arrived and a line was pulled to extinguish the fire. Tower 65 arrived and performed ventilation and salvage functions. Crews worked for about 45 minutes and returned to service.
Thursday, February 13, 2014
Squad 65 was dispatched to assist Bucks 57 (Milford) on a working detached garage fire in Milford Township. Bucks County radio advised Squad 65 to pick up the hydrant and lay into E57's split lay. Once the supply line was connected, Squad crew assisted interior crews with fire attack and overhaul. The garage housed multiple vehicles, storage items and rooms. Crews opened up walls and ceilings to expose the hidden fire. Crews worked for about an hour and were returned to service.
While laying in, crews found the fire hydrant buried in the snow. There was a delay in getting water to the scene due to this, Please remember to dig out the fire hydrants in and around your homes.
Monday, February 3, 2014
Squad 65 was requested to cover Station 86 around 1930 hours. Squad and Assistant 65 responded with 6 and stood by in station for 5 hours while they operated at a structure fire in Lower Salford Township. Crews returned to service around 0030 hours.
Monday, January 27, 2014
Squad 65 was dispatched to assist Station 38 (East Greenville) on a dwelling fire on Treichler Road in Upper Hanover Township. Squad and Chief 65 responded with 6 and were advised to send manpower to Engine 38. Crews assisted with interior work and roof work on a stubborn chimney fire that extended into the walls and roof. Crews worked for about 2 hours and were returned to service.
Monday, January 13, 2014
Around 2130 hours, Tower and Squad 65 were dispatched to assist Station 71 on a dwelling fire on Walt Road in Upper Hanover Township. DC71 arrived and reported a working fire on the 2nd floor. SQ 71 was instructed to take a water line interior to the fire. TW65 was advised to set up for ventilation. After further investigation, interior crews did not find any fire on the 2nd floor or attic. A fire was located on Die C of the building on the exterior but running the exterior walls and into the garage area. Crews from TW65 and E38 took lines inside the garage and shed area as started to open up. A crew worked on the roof to open up the burnt area. Overhaul was being done on the exterior fire and hot spots were contained. Units were made available around 2330 hours and returned to service. Other companies on the assignment were E38, E42, T42, Bucks R58 and Berks R15 as RIT as well as Medic 369.
Saturday, January 11, 2014
Around 1015 hours, crews were dispatched for a fire inside Blommer Chocolate in Upper Hanover Township. Deputy 38 arrived and found a fire in one of the processing machines. Engine 38 was advised to lay in and take a line interior to attack the fire. Tower 65 arrived right behind and was advised to send manpower up to the scene and establish the water supply for E38. Crews worked for about 90 minutes extinguishing the fire and ventilating the area before being returned to service. Other companies on the assignment were Sqt71, E42 and Berks T58. Engine 37 from new Hanover was requested to cover Station 65 for the duration.
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Squad 65 was dispatched around 1930 hours to relocate to Station 86 (Skippack) while they operated with Harleysville 89 at a working dwelling fire in Lower Salford Township. Squad 65 and Asst 65-2 went enroute with 5 and covered their first due for about 2 hours. Once back in their first due CH86 (Marriott) release the Squad and the company was available around 2200 hours.
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