Month Calls
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Feb 19
Mar 30
Apr 24
May 27
Jun 35
Jul 23
Aug 34
Sep 24
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2017 TOTAL 290
2016 TOTAL 331
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

Entries in Tower 27 (39)


Carbon Monoxide Alarm

At 1630 hours, Station 27 was dispatched to a CO alarm on Old Bethlehem Pike Between Forrest and East Rockhill Roads. Wagon 27 went on scene and began taking readings throughout the house. After searching the house, the source was the home furance found in the basement. With high levels of CO throughout the house, Tower 27 had their crew set up fans in the front door and at the bilco doors in the rear of the house.



Busy Weekend for Volunteers

At 12:31 hours on 11/27 the box alarm was trasmitted for an odor of smoke in the apartment at 115 N Main Street. Engine Companies 27-1, 27, 59, Montco 72-1 (Tylersport), Tower 26 and Rescue 26 were due on the initial box alarm. Companies found a backfired oil heater and scaled the assignment back to Engines 27-1, 27 and Tower 26.  The second run of the weekend came at 21:23 hours on 11/27 for smoke in the apartment at 206 E Ridge Ave in the Sellersville Heights section. The box alarm was transmitted bringing Engine Companies 27-1, 27, 59, Montco 75-1 (Telford), Truck Companies 27, 26 and Rescue 26 to the scene. Companies found a burning cigarette recepticle and returned all units at 21:36 hours. At 23:32 hours the Tower was alerted to 48 Yarrow Ct (59-3) for a chimney fire. Upon arrival the Tower crew split assisting the interior crews as well as taking care of exterior operations. The Tower was available at 00:22 hours.  At 02:19 hours on 11/28 the Tanker was alerted for an apartment fire at 22:02 Applewood Court in Company 59’s local. The Tanker arrived and staged while units investigated a strong odor of gas in the apartment. All units cleared at 03:10 hours.


Fire Alarm at the Sellersville Theater

June 29 at 20:10 hours, Station 27 was dispatched to the Sellersville Theater for a fire alarm.  The crews arrived to find a smoke condition in the theater.  Crews had determined that the smoke was coming from one of the air conditioning units on the roof.  The Department was available at 21:29 hours.


Rescue Box 27-11

At 18:35 hours on June 1, Station 27 and Rescue 26 (Perkasie) were dispatched to the 300 block of South  Main St., for an MVA with one driver trapped in the vehicle.  Engine 27, Engine 27-1, and Tower 27 rerouted from training and Rescue 26 was on scene within minuets.  Chief 27 (Lindsay) took command  while the crews from both stations stabilized the vehicle and removed the doors and “B post” from the drivers side. The extrication was complete at 18:53 hours.  Engine 27 remained on scene until the vehicle was removed.


Tactical Box 27-30

Thursday May 27, at 23:16 hours, Station 27 was dispatched to the 300 block of Progress Drive, to investigate the report of a possible fire in a junkyard. As more calls were received, the address was corrected to the 4600 block of Bethlehem Pike. Deputy 27 (Brennan) and Assistant 27 (Kelly) arrived on the scene and reported a fully involved barn attached to a three bay garage.

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Tower 27 Covers Sta. 18

Tower 27 was dispatched to cover Station 18 (Quaketown) with MC Squad 65 (Pennsburg) at 13:20.



Perkasie Garage Fire with Extension into House

Engine 27-1 was dispatched to respond with Station 26 (Perkasie) to a fire in Perkasie on Vine Street between 3rd and 4th Streets.  Fire was aggressively attacked by Engine 26 from the exterior and garage, while Engine 27-1 started interior operations.  Fire was knocked quickly and overhaul was conducted with the additional crews from Tower 27, Ladder 75, Squirt 18, and Engine 59. Special Service 86 provided refreshments.


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