Fairless Hills Fire Dept.
 

The Fairless Hills Fire Department is located in Bucks County, PA just north of Philadelphia and West of Trenton, NJ. The company is all volunteer who help protect Fairless Hills and the surrounding communities. Our apparatus consists of two Engines, one 105’ Ladder, one Fire-Rescue, one Utility, and two Chiefs Vehicles. The Fairless Hills Fire Dept. answers approximately 700 calls annually that range from Fire Alarms Systems, Structure Fires, Rapid Intervention Team Assignments, Auto and Industrial Accidents as well as providing Mutual Aid for surrounding Fire Companies .

Fairless Hills Fire Dept.
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EXTRICATION ON OLD RT. 13

Sunday, April 13, 2014 16:30 Station 30 was dispatched for a stand by on an accident in front of Tappy's Tavern for a reported semi cab that struck a concrete bridge pillar. Reports were now saying the driver was trapped, bringing Rescue 31 and 32. Rescue 30 took the passenger side door and was able to remove the driver. Rescue 31 assisted in patient care. Rescue 31 was available within a half hour. Photo from station 30.

   


 

SMALL FIRE IN THE FIRST DUE

Sunday, April 13, 2014  Station 31 along with stations 30, 77 were dispatched for a reported house on fire at 408 Reagan Dr. in Fairless hills. FM-234 arrived on scene with a single wide trailer with smoke showing. Engine 77 arrived and stretched an 1 3/4 attack line to the front door. Engine 31 arrived seconds later and assisted 77's crew on the interior. Fire was located in the front bedroom closet with extension through the floor and part of the walls. The fire was knocked with 5 min's and companies became available. Engine and Rescue 31 were in service for an hour.

   


 

RESCUE RUNS MORRISVILLE TOWNHOUSE FIRE

Tuesday, March 25, 2014  Stations 98, 30, 0 were dispatched for a reported house on fire at 326 Melvin court in Morrisville Boro. Deputy 98 arrived on location with heavy smoke on the second floor, reporting a working fire in a MOR townhome. Rescue 31 and SS-10 were dispatched following the report. The rescue crew arrived on scene, went to work with checking for extension on the side D exposure. No extension was found, fire was held to a dryer with small extension. Companies were in service for an hour. Stations on scene, 98, 30, 0, 31, 10. Photo from station 30.

   


 

CHIMNEY FIRE WITH EXTENSION

Monday, March 3, 2014   Stations 21, 22, 31, 77 were dispatched for a reported chimney fire at 1846 4th St. in Middletown Twp. Chief 21 and engine 77 arrived first. After checking the chimney and the interior they both had a moderate smoke condition on the second floor. Crews found small extension into the dwelling and placed a 1 3/4 attack line in service. Engine 31-2 dropped into engine 77 and stretched a backup line. The fire was knocked within 5 min's , companies staged and were held in a manpower pool. Engine 31-2 was in service for about a half hour. Companies on scene..21, 22, 31, 77, 8, 9. 

   


 

CONFINED SPACE RESCUE AT GROWS

Friday, February 28, 2014   Stations 30, 31, 32, 33, 10 were dispatched for a confined space rescue at grows landfill truck entrance at the scrap doc. Reports of a person that fell 25 ft. down a ships hatch. Ladder 31 arrived and assisted stations 10 and 30's crews with extrication of the victim, the ladder provided stokes harness and helped with guidelines. Victim was extricated within 45 min's and moved in the hands of ems. Crews were on scene for an hour. Photo from station 30.

   


 

RESCUE RUNS HOUSE FIRE IN MORRISVILLE

Tuesday, February 25, 2014   Stations 98,30, 32, 0 were dispatched for a reported house on fire at 17 Bowling green Av. in Morrisville Boro. Police arrived on scene reporting a working fire with everyone out of the house. Engine 98 with the chief went on scene with a 2 story single family dwelling, heavy fire showing from the second floor. Engine 98 led off with an 1 3/4 attack line while rescue 98 had the backup line. Rescue 31 was dispatched for RIT but was put to work as they arrived on scene. The rescue crew assisted with checking for extension on the second floor and some overhaul. Fire was knocked within a half hour. Crews remained on the fire ground for an extended period of time for overhaul. Rescue 31 was in service for about an hour. Companies on scene were 98, 30, 32, 0, 31, 10. Photo from Station 30.

   


 

ENGINE FIRST IN AT PINEWOOD HOUSE

Sunday, February 16, 2014  Stations 32, 31, 33, 10 were dispatched around 04:28 for a reported house on fire at 34 Pensive Ln. in the pinewood section of Levittown. Chief 10 arrived on scene with a one story single family dwelling with heavy fire showing through the roof from side c. Engine 31-2 arrived first, hand stretched to engine 32 and began to stretch an 1 3/4 attack line to the front door. Within seconds of arriving on scene conditions deteriorated, fire was showing on all sides of the dwelling. The engine crew made a push in the front door, with 4 attack lines in service the fire was knocked down fast and companies continued in too knock any remaining fire. The fire was under control within 30 min's and companies assisted with overhaul. Rescue 98 was RIT. Engine 31-2 was in service for 2 hours. Photos from Scott Gilmore.

     



 

HOUSE FIRE IN HIGHLAND PARK

Thursday, February 6, 2014  Stations 8, 77, 7, 21 were dispatched for a reported house on fire at 20 Harbor Rd. in the Highland Park section of Middletown Twp. Multiple calls reporting the rear of the house on fire. Engine 8 arrived on scene with heavy fire from the roof of side c. Ladder 31 was added, when the crew arrived they went to the roof and knocked all visible fire and checked for extension. Companies held the fire to the chimney. Ladder 31 took up and was available within a half hour.

   


 

FIRST DUE SHED FIRE

Thursday, February 6, 2014  Stations 31, 30, 13, 77 were dispatched for a shed fire at 209 Tewksbury Rd. in Fairless Hills. Fm. 234 arrived on scene with a small shed well involved. He quickly held the assignment to Engine 31-2 and Engine 77. Engine 31-2 arrived, stretched an 1 3/4 attack line and knocked down all fire within 10 mins. The engine was in service for about an hour. Photos from Jeff Dence (Falls Supervisor).

     



 

HOUSE FIRE IN MORRISVILLE

Friday, January 24, 2014   Stations 98, 30, 32, 0 were dispatched for a reported basement fire at 115 N. Delmorr Ave. in Morrisville Boro. Chief 98 arrived on location with smoke showing, bringing rescue 31 to the scene. Engine 30 arrived on scene first, dropped in and went in service with an 1 3/4 attack line. Fire was knocked within a few minutes and held to the basement. Rescue 31 arrived and staged before becoming available. 

   


 
 
 

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