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Station 27

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

Business: 215.257.4028 | Emergencies: 911

Entries in Engine 27-1 (86)

Thursday
Dec172015

SELLERSVILLE HEIGHTS CAR FIRE

Station 27 along with Rescue 26 were dispatched to the area of Silver Street and E Ridge Ave in Sellersville Borough for a reported vehicle fire. Chief 27 arrived to find the vehicle well involved at the entrance of the Sellersville Heights. Engine 27-1 and Rescue 26 worked to extinguish the fire.

Tuesday
Dec152015

Outbuilding Fire in West Rockhill

On Tuesday morning around 0103 hours, Station 27 along with Tanker 58 (Trumbauersville) were dispatched to 2500 block of Old Bethlehem Pike for a tactical box reported to be an outbuilding fire.  Pennridge Regional Police arrived on scene to find a shed fully involved with extension to a camper parked next to the shed.  Bucks Radio advised to add two additional Tankers (Montco Tanker 72 Tylersport and Tanker 36 Richlandtown) as well as the next due Engine (Rescue 26 Perkasie) to the assignment per Assistant 27.  Assistant Chief (Conicelli) arrived on scene confirming the Police report with a 15 by 20 shed and a 18’ camper fully involved.  Engine 27 and Tanker 58 arrived on scene and pulled (2) 2.5” attack lines to extinguish the fire.  Engine 27-1 and Tanker 36 supplied Engine 27.  Rescue 26 and Montco Tanker 72 stood by until released by Command.  The fire was brought under control within 8 minutes from the arrivals of Engine 27 and Tanker 58.

 

Trumbauersville Fire Company photo

Saturday
Dec122015

Extrication in the Borough

Shortly before 1800, Engine 27-1 was dispatched along with Medic 151 for with an accident  with injuries on Park Avenue near Silver Street in Sellersville Borough. Chief 26 was in the area and reported a door pop was needed. Engine 27-1’s crew with the Chief arrived to stabilize the vehicle and quickly performed the door pop.

Thursday
Nov122015

KITTERY COURT DECK FIRE

Just before 4pm, Tactical Box 27013 was transmitted for a reported house fire in the Kittery Court development. Initial reports were for a deck on fire possibly extending into the house. Police went on scene first and reported the fire to be out. Crews went on scene to find a flower pot was on fire with no extension.

Monday
Nov092015

ENGINE AND TOWER ASSIST PERKASIE

At 0257 hours, the PERKASIE FIRE COMPANY was dispatched to a reported dwelling fire in the 2000 block of Three Mile Run Road in East Rockhill Township. Battalion 76 went on scene with heavy fire showing from the right hand side of the dwelling. The Engine and Tower were later added to assist with opening up the dwelling and aiding in fire suppression.

 

Tuesday
Apr282015

Engine Travels to the West Band

Saturday night, Engine 27-1 traveled to the Southampton Fire Company to cover while their members enjoyed their banquet. Shortly after arriving, the crew handled an alarm at Hampton Crossing and then a reported auto extrication on the PA Turnpike. The alarm was set off due to a malfunction and the run on the Turnpike was in Montgomery County Stations 10’s (Willow Grove) area.

Saturday
Apr252015

Southbound Accident

Before Engine 27-1 headed to the Southampton Fire Company to cover during their banquet, Rescue Box 27-78 was dispatched for a reported auto extrication in the Southbound lanes of the 309 bypass. BCR received numerous phone calls reporting that 2 vehicles were dragging racing and that one of them rolled over with people trapped inside.  Chief 27 went on scene and found there was no extrication, and held to assignment to Station 27 apparatus and Rescue 26 to control the hazards.

Saturday
Apr112015

NORTHBOUND EXTRICATION

At 1114 hours, Engine 27-1 was dispatched with Medic 151 to the northbound side of the 309 bypass in West Rockhill Township to standby at an accident. Shortly after, the assignment was then upgraded to a Rescue bringing Rescue 26 northbound and Rescue 18 southbound. Deputy 27 (Kelly) went on scene and reported a single vehicle approximately 30 feet down an embankment with 1 person trapped. Engine 27-1 arrived and shut down the road way while its crew started to stabilize the vehicle. With the road shut down, Rescue 18 came southbound in the northbound lanes and arrived  the same time as Rescue 26 and began to extricat the patient.