Month Calls
Jan 42
Feb 32
Mar 29
Apr -
May -
Jun -
Jul -
Aug -
Sep -
Oct -
Nov -
Dec -
2016 TOTAL 103
2015 TOTAL 343
2014 TOTAL 326
2013 TOTAL 306
2012 TOTAL 277
2011 TOTAL 331
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Station 27

2 N. Main Street | PO Box 315
Sellersville, Bucks County, PA 18960

Business: 215.257.4028 | Emergencies: 911



Just afer 0730 hours, Tower 27 was dispatched on Tactical Box 59-07 for a reported dwelling fire in the 300 block of Schoolhouse Road in Hilltown Township. Assistant 59 was the first to arrive and had heavy smoke and fire showing from side C and the garage. Tower 27 and Engine 59-1 arrived simultaneously, and Tower’s crew advanced their hand line to the interior and were faced with heavy fire conditions. Multiple handlines, a blitzfire line, the Tower’s masterstream were placed in service to bring the fire under control. Crews remained on scene for an extended period of time due to extensive overhaul.




The Sellersville Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank the following local, and surrounding, businesses for donating raffle prizes for our annual banquet that was held on February 6th.

The theme for this year’s banquet was “Giving Back to Our Dedicated Members.”

Each member of the department in attendance went home with a gift that was from our generous sponsors listed below. Our sponsors were able to make our banquet a success this year.

Thank You from all of the members of the Sellersville Fire Dept. for your continued support, and appreciation, for all that we do



At 1346 hours, Station 27 was dispatched to standby at an accident with the Medic unit at the intersection of Old Bethlehem Pike and Forrest Road in West Rockhill Township for a 2 vehicle T-Bone type accident. Police arrived to find the accident on Bethlehem Pike with 1 person trapped in the vehicle. The assignment was upgraded to a Rescue bringing Montgomery Squad 72 (Tylersport) and Rescue 26. Engine 27-1 (Chief Wagner) arrived and split their crew to stabilize the vehicle and began to extricate the patient by taking the passenger side doors. Rescue 26 arrived next and began to work on the driver side. Crews then took the roof of the vehicle to complete the extrication. The patient was transported by Medic 339 to Bergey’s Tires where they were flown by helicopter to a trauma center. Squad 72 had the LZ.



Around 1602, Montgomery County units were dispatched for a reported vehicle fire around mile marker 22 on the Northbound side of the 309 bypass. The vehicle was being towed behind a tow truck and finally came to a stop at the Bethlehem Pike merger at Route 309 in the Station 27 local. Engine 27-1 arrived to extinguish the fully involved car.



At 2325 hours, Stations 26 and 76 from the Perkasie Fire Company were alerted to the 1500 block of West Rock Road in East Rockhill Township for the reported dwelling fire. The inital caller reported the wood stove being on fire with another caller reporting a house on fire. Pennridge Regional Police arrived first on scene to report a well involved house. Engine 27-1 and Wagon 27 were just clearing an accident call on the 309 Bypass and were added to the assignment. The Engine was assigned to the dump site while the Wagon was assigned the Tanker fill site. SFD units flowed water for 3 hours and filled a total of 13 Tanker loads of water.




At 0209 hours, Tactical Box 27-26 was transmitted for a reported camper fire in the 1000 block of Anna Lane in West Rockhill Township. The inital report was called in by a neighbor reporting hearing an explosion and a camper being fully involved. Utility and Engine 27-1 arrived on scene to confirm the report of a 24’ camper fully involved. The Utility (Chief 27) took command while Engine 27-1 stretched an 1” 3/4 smoothbore hand line to extinguish the fire. Tanker 58 supplied Engine 27-1 with water and assisted with overhaul. Ladder 18 and Wagon 27 stoodby in manpower.



Late last night at 2359 hours, Tower 27 was dispatched to cover Montco Station 74 (Souderton) while they were operating at a barn fire. The Tower’s crew along with Montco Engine 76-3 from Towamencin covered Station 74 until 0129 hours when both units were alerted to respond in at reduced speed for manpower assist. Tower 27 crew assisted with putting hot spots out, overhaul, and rolling up hose. After the assignments were completed, Tower 27 was released by Command and went back in service at 0310.



Before 0530 hours, Rescue box 58-33 was transmitted for an auto extrication reported to be in the southbound lanes of the 309 bypass north of the Perkasie/Lawn Avenue Exit in West Rockhill Township. Beginning this year, this section of the bypass is now a Trumbauersville box that brought Engine 27-1 northbound and Rescue 18 southbound. Battalion 17 and Chief 27 arrived on scene and reported there to be initially no entrapment. Rescue 18 arrived on the southbound side and Engine 27-1 arrived on the northbound side and pulled a protection line. Engine 58 arrived to assist Rescue 18 with a door pop that was ultimately needed for patient access. The Engine company was available within the half hour.