Month Calls
Jan 24
Feb 19
Mar 30
Apr 24
May 27
Jun 35
Jul 23
Aug 34
Sep 24
Oct 28
Nov 22
Dec -
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 Wagon 27 (28)


Tactical Box 27-21

At 1708 hours, Station 27 along with Tower 26, Engine 58, Montgomery County Tankers 72, and 75 were dispatched to 110 Haflers Road in West Rockhill for a reported barn fire. Assistant 27 arrived on scene with heavy fire showing from a 50x100 garage and set up Sellersville Command. Wagon 27 went on scene and performed a split lay from the end of the driveway to the fire building and supplied Tower 26 for master stream operations. Being a non-hydranted area, a tanker task force was requested bringing Engine 59, Tanker 61,Montgomery County Engine 74-1, and Tankers 42, 78, and 89. Additional units were later added for more man power along with additional Tankers.

Along with fighting the fire, firefighters were faced with extreme cold and icy conditions due to water freezing rapidly.



Box 27-11

At 0241 hours, Station 27 along with Rescue and Tower 26 (Perkasie), Engine 59-1 (Sivlerdale), and Montgomery County Engine 75-1 (Telford) were dispatched to 218 South Main for a building fire. Battalion 27 (Louden) went on scene with smoke coming from the roof and established command. Wagon 27 went responding and hit the hydrant to lay in.  The Wagon’s crew forced entry and stretched a 2 1/2 inch hoseline to the kitchen where the fire was found to be contained to a deep fryer and was knocked with an ABC extinguisher.


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.



Wagon 27 In Service

On Tuesday June 14th, the 1985 Engine 27 was placed out of service.  The FMC has served the Department for 26 faithful years.  The new Engine 27 (Wagon 27) will be taking its place in the fleet of E-Ones.  The Wagon is a safer truck with an enclosed cab and has newer technology.  The Wagon will now be the first out truck for all building/structure calls and Engine 27-1 will be first out for all accidents and vehicle fires.

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