Month Calls
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2015 TOTAL 0
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


2014 Year End Video


Southbound Accident

While some members were taking part in their bi-annual CPR and first aid certifications yesterday, Engine 27-1 with Medic 108 went to the southbound side of the 309 bypass for this 2 vehicle accident. The Engine’s crew blocked traffic and secured the vehicles while EMS provided care.



Reported Apartment Fire

Right after midnight this morning, the 27-12 box was struck for a report of an apartment fire in the H building of the Sellersville heights. The Wagon and Assistant chief went on scene and determined that left over food residue in the oven created a smoke condition.



Dryer Fire at Rockhill Mennonite 

Shortly after 1100 hours, Station 27 and mutal aid companies were dispatched to the Rockhill Mennonite Community for a reported dryer fire. Deputy 27 went on scene and reported an active fire in an industrial sized dryer. Before units arrived on scene, maitnence had partially knocked the fire down with an extinguisher. Wagon 27’s crew finished extinguishing it with a water can and removed the contents. No extension was found and companies went available.




First Call of 2015

For the first call of 2015, Engine 27-1 and Engine 26 were dispatched to the area of the Pennridge Regional Police Headquarters off Ridge Road for a report of a brush fire. A small unattended brush fire was discovered and was quickly handled by Engine 27-1 with a booster line.



Box 27-11

At 1100 hours, the Sellersville Fire Department was dispatched to 1 Carillon Hill Road for the report of a building fire.  Police arrived on scene and reported heavy smoke and fire. Chief 27 (R. Brennan) arrived with fire running the whole bow truss roof and advised fire radio that the building was being razed and no one was to enter the building. Engine 27-1 layed a supply line and supplied the Tower which was positioned on the B,C corner of the building. Engine 60 was positioned midway as well and hand pulled a supply line through back yards of neighboring houses to another hydrant. Numerous elevated master streams were used, along with ground master streams and hand lines. The fire was put under control at 13:01. We would also like to thank W.B. Homes for the use of their excavator and North Penn Water Authority for their assistance and upgrades to our water system. Thank you also to the parents picking up their Kindergarteners at Sellersville Elementary for your understanding due to the inconvenience of roads being blocked. Without the assistance of all these agencies and the public we could not have extinguished this fire so quickly and safely. 

Units on scene: Engines 27-1,59-1,60,12,72,74. Towers: 27. Ladders 17,74. Rescue 26 and Rescue 58 for RIT and North Penn Goodwill

And thank you to Tower 18 and Engine 17 from Quakertown for standing by at our Station




One More Soup Sale This Year! 

We will be doing one more soup sale this weekend - Chicken Noodle, Vegetable Beef and Country Bean with Ham and Potato.

As always, $5.00 per quart, and they freeze nicely. We sell out of Chicken noodle first and quickly - if you’d like to stock up your freezer for those cold days ahead, please place your order with any member of the department, or be there early on Saturday 9AM till sold out.



Smoke in the Area

Engine companies 27 and 26 were dispatched to the area of the Pizza Pub for a report of smoke in the area. Deputy 26 went on scene and found the source to be coming from a large brush pile next to the Roy Ann Diner. The assignment was held to Station 27 apparatus.