Trumbauersville Fire Company
 
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The Trumbauersville Fire Company was established in 1906. We proudly serve and protect Trumbauersville Borough and portions of Milford, Richland and West Rockhill Townships as well as provide mutual aid assistance to the surrounding communities. The Fire Company is staffed by dedicated volunteer men and women of all ages 100% of the time. We pride ourselves on providing the best possible emergency services through a continuing education program and a well maintained fleet of fire apparatus. 


WORKING FIRE ON NURSERY ROAD
Friday, March 6, 2015 
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Companies were dispatched to the 1000 block of Nursery Road for a reported attached garage on fire. Chief 65 arrived to find heavy fire in the garage spreading to the basement of the house. Tanker 58 arrived and placed an 1 3/4" hand line in service through the interior to the basement. Engine 72 arrived and pulled two 1 3/4" hand lines and entered through the garage. Fire was knocked quickly with minor extension to the rest of the dwelling. Tower 18s crew checked the first floor for extension and Tower 65s crew checked the second and attic for extension. BC58 (Yerk) held Milford Command and DC58(Mallery) had operations. All floors were cleared and companies were released.

 
   
   
FIRST DUE WORKING DWELLING
Friday, February 20, 2015 
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Station 58 along with Tower 18, Montco Engine and Tanker 72 and Squad 65 for RIT were dispatched to the 2000 block of Camp Rockhill Rd. for a chimney fire. Tanker 58 arrived with fire from the roof and smoke pushing from the eves. The assignment was upgraded to a working fire box adding Squad 71 and three additional tankers from Greenlane Milford and Richland. Lt58(Yerk) and Chief 87 (Guenst) set up West Rockhill Command. Crews from Tanker 58 stretched an 1 3/4" hand line to the second floor window. Engine 58 arrived laying 900' of 5" supply line down the driveway to Tanker 58. Crews pulled another line the second floor. Access was quickly made to the attic by the interior crews and they reported heavy fire. Engine 72s crew pulled ceilings and checked for extension while Tower 18s crew threw ground ladders and prepared for ventilation. Squirt 18 was dispatched to set up a fill site and Chemical 17 was dispatched for the air assignment. Squirt 18 was pulled in for manpower due to the fire being knocked and no need for the fill site. Companies were returned and 58 apparatus remained for the Fire Marshalls investigation.

 
   
   
EXTRICATION ON TRUMBAUERSVILLE ROAD
Thursday, February 19, 2015 
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Engine 58 was dispatched just after 5:00 am to the 1600 block of Trumbauersville for a report of one vehicle off the roadway into a tree. Engine 58 and Medic 108 arrived to find two patients still inside the vehicle unable to exit due to heavy front end damage and the doors unable to open. The assignment was upgraded bringing in Montco Squad 71 and Engine 57. Crews from Engine and Rescue 58 quickly started with stabilization and went in service with the engines hydraulic tools. The extrication was completed in a short time with the roof and doors removed. Squad 71 and Engine 57 arrived and assisted with patient packaging and lighting. Companies were released and the roadway was shutdown due to icy conditions.

 
   
   
RESCUE TO PENNSBURG FOR WORKING DWELLING
Saturday, February 7, 2015 
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Rescue 58 and Rescue 18 were dispatched to assist Montgomery Station 65 with the RIT assignment for a working dwelling fire. Crews from Pennsburg and East Greenville made an aggressive interior attack and held the fire to the basement. The incoming rescue companies were redirected to manpower and assisted with overhaul and lighting. The volunteers from 58s were on the scene for under and hour.

 
   
   
WORKING FIRE IN RICHLAND MEADOWS
Saturday, January 31, 2015 
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Station 58 along with Quakertown and Tylersport units were dispatched to the 200 block of Poplar drive in Richland Township for a report of the dwelling on fire. Tanker and Battalion 58 arrived to find a mobile home with heavy fire showing from the alpha-bravo corner. Battalion 58 set up Richland command while the Tanker crew pulled two 1 3/4" hand lines to the interior. Squirt 18 pulled the third line due to the first line burning through. Tanker 72 supplied their water to Tanker 58. Crews made a quick knock on the fire. Montco Squads 65 and 71 were the RIT companies for the assignment. Chemical 17 was on scene filling cylinders. Lt18-1 (Hunsberger) held operations. Engine 57 and Tankers 56 and 58-1 covered Station 58. Crews were on the scene for about two hours.

 
   
   
TANKER RUN TO EAST ROCKHILL
Wednesday, January 28, 2015 
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Tanker 58 was dispatched to assist QFD units on a reported dwelling fire in the 5000 block of Clymer Rd. Bucks Radio reported a fire in the dwelling near the woodstove. E 17-1 arrived on scene to find a smoke condition on the first floor. Crews extinguished a small fire behind the woodstove. Tanker 58 took a staging point at 313 and Sterner Mill Rd and was returned a short time after the incident went under control.

 
   
   
ENGINE AND TANKER COVER FOR MTFD
   
Saturday, January 24, 2015 
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Tonight the 58 house was staffed with 17 volunteers. The crews in station were covering Engine 57 and Tanker 75 while the members of MTFD enjoyed their annual banquet.

 
WORKING FIRE IN BOULDER WOODS
Thursday, January 15, 2015 
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Companies were dispatched to the Boulder Woods Campground for a reported camper on fire. Battalion Chief 75 (J. Reiner) arrived on scene with a forty foot camper trailer well involved. Engine 58 was first arriving leading off with the deck gun due to propane tanks venting in the trailer. Once the tanks were cooled, crews went in service with two 1 3/4" hand lines to finish the extinguishment. Tanker 58 and Tanker 75 supplied Engine 58. Tower 65 assisted with hooking along with Rescue 58. Crews were on the scene for two hours.

 
   
   
PUMP TRAINING AT UNAMI CREEK PARK
Sunday, January 11, 2015 
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Crews from Engine and Tanker 58 practiced pump training while filling the skating pond in the park for Milford Township. It took about three hours to fill the pond while operators practice their drafting skills from the creek. Enjoy the ice and be safe!

 
   
   
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND A COVER ASSIGNMENT STATION 65
   
Thursday, January 1, 2015 
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Tanker 58 was dispatched along with Tower 18 and Squad 67 to cover Station 65 while they were operating on a working dwelling fire in Hereford Township. Thanks to Pennsburg Fire Company great hospitality.

 
SANTA'S COMING TO TOWN!
   
Saturday, December 20, 2014 
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The volunteers from station 58 headed out into the local with Santa on board Engine 58 for all the kids to see. Crews handed out candy canes to all the excited boys and girls. Thanks to all the neighbors in the area for your support in donations.

 
LAST 10 DAYS KEEP 58 on toes
Tuesday, December 2, 2014 
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After a slow beginning of the month, 58's kept busy over the last ten days, taking in 20 calls for service including multiple building and welling fires, a gas leak, alarm systems and medical calls. With the Holiday season and cold weather upon us, please take extra precautions at home with fire safety.

 
ACCIDENT ON TVILLE RD
   
Monday, December 1, 2014 13:27
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58s along with a Medic unit were dispatched to Trumbauersville Rd and Benner School Rd for an accident with injuries. E58 arrived to tend to operator of a vehicle with heavy right front damage from striking a utility pole. Stood by, controlled hazards, and notified utility co.

 
RESCUE INTO RICHLAND QFD DISTRICT
   
Tuesday, November 25, 2014 07:56
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Rescue 58 was dispatched with QFD on the box assignment to Pacific Dr in Richland Township for a building fire. Chief 87 arrived to have an electric meter on the side of the building on fire and requested PPL Electric to the scene ASAP. Companies had to stand by before taking any action and monitored the interior of the building for any extension.

 
EARLY AM ADDRESS OF FIRE IN QUAKERTOWN
   
Saturday, November 22, 2014 05:31
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At app 530 AM Quakertown was dispatched to the 700 blk of E Broad St for multiple calls on fire showing from a dwelling, unknown entrapment. Also due out of the 58 house was the Rescue. Chief 87 (Wilhelm) pulled up with fire showing on Delta of a 2 1/2 story dwelling. The Tower was ordered to force entry and begin a search while the engine co began stretching lines. Rescue 58 pulled up and finished throwing ladders and went to the interior for extinguishing the fire. Crews on scene for 2 hours and 45 minutes.

 
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