At 0024 hours, The Telford Fire Company was dispatched to the 4000 block of Bethlehem Pike in Hilltown Township for a report of a large mulch fire. Due to the size of the pile, Engine 27 and Engine 59 were dispatched at 0044 to assist with manpower. Crews worked to apply copious amounts of water, while a loader pulled apart the pile.
2 N. Main Street | PO Box 315
Sellersville, Bucks County, PA 18960
Business: 215.257.4028 | Emergencies: 911
Last evening, Sellersville Beverage & Cigar (301 S. Main St. in the borough) presented the department with two checks totaling more than $3,000 which represented the proceeds from the July golf outing they hosted to benefit the department.
Pictured from left to right: SFD Chief Kurt Wagner, Mr. Jack Walsh, store owner, SFD President Bill Spaeth, and Dave Sadowski, store manager.
The department would like to thank them for their generous support.
At 1028 hours, Wagon 27 was alerted to cover Montgomery County Station 18, (Fire Department of Montgomery Townhip) while they were operating on a 2nd alarm at the Montgomery Mall. While responding, Wagon 27 was redirected to Station 62 of North Wales, to cover their local as well as Station 14 of Lansdale. Wagon was in North Wales for just under an hour before being released.
Tuesday & Thursday evening $16.00 Wristband night - Ride all you want from 6 PM until closing.
Saturday matinee wristband $12.00 - Ride all you want from 3:00 PM until 6:00 PM
Friday Evening FIREWORKS presented by A&T Chevrolet of Sellersville.
Saturday evening drawing for the 2016 Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Raffle tickets will be available on site all week or at http://www.sellersvillefd.com/raffle
Today, Command 1, Tower, Wagon, Utility, and the Antique participated in a fire apparatus muster at the Pennridge High School, to celebrate the Perkasie Fire Companies 126th anniversary.
Each apparatus won first place in their category, with the exception of the Utility winning 2nd. The Department also won a 1st place award for the best appearing Department.
Congratulations Station 26 on 126 years of service.
At 1352 hours, Engine 27-1 was dispatched with the Medic for a 2 vehicle accident on Behtlehem Pike in West Rockhill Township. Chief 27 arrived and found that the passenger of one of the vehicles was trapped and required extrication. Rescue 18 was added to the assignment, while the Engine and Wagon’s crews made quick work of a door removal.