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. 

Tuesday, April 8, 2014 12:00
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Sunday, April 13, 2014 13:06
Just before 1PM on Sunday, Quakertown FD was dispatched to the 900 blk of Erie Rd for a reported dwelling fire, multiple calls. Chief 87 arrived confirming a working fire which added Rescue 58 and Recue 26 for RIT. The rescue was out the door within 2 minutes. The Tanker was then added for water supply as well and was out the door within a minute. The Rescue crew arrived and set up RIT as the tanker arrived and supplied 3500 gallons for fire suppression. On scene almost 2 hours.

Sunday, April 6, 2014 09:16
At 0916 hours on Sunday morning, Bucks Radio transmitted tactical box 57-10 for a dwelling fire in the 2100 blk of Umbreit Rd in Milford Township. Due to assist MTFD on the assignment was E58, TR58, and R58 along with mutual aid from Richland Township and Richlandtown for tankers. Tanker 58 hit the road within one minute of dispatch. C58 pulled up with nothing showing on the exterior with light smoke on the interior. Tanker 58 was first arriving and took the driveway followed by Ladder 57. The Tanker crew operating as an engine secured the power and began checking for extension while the ladder crew set up ventilation. Other 58 units arrived and staged briefly before the assignment was reduced, then cleared.

Monday, March 24, 2014 17:22
The new tanker went into service on March 22 and took in its first run on Monday March 24 at 1722 hrs. BCR dispatched Local 58-31 on Masi Rd, West Rockhill Twsp for a fire alarm. The Tanker was first out and arrived with a dwelling charged with smoke. Upon investigation, the cause was careless cooking. Crews set up ventilation and also found a malfunctioning heater causing a carbon monoxide issue in the dwelling. Once the dwelling was safe, crews took up.

Sunday, March 2, 2014 00:03
Just after midnight on March 2, Station 58 along with mutual aid from Tylersport (Squad 72) was dispatched to Allentown Rd in the area of Finland Rd for an auto extrication. E58 arrived with one on its side after striking a tree with one entrapped. E58 crew stabilized vehicle and went to work with tools to flap roof. Squad 72 and R58 arrived and finished up stabilization with struts and then finished up taking to the roof. Extrication completed within 15 minutes of arrival. Patient turned over to Medic 339 for transport to Lehigh valley Trauma Center.

Saturday, March 1, 2014 09:17
While companies operated on a dwelling fire in the Meadows at 0917 hrs, BCR dispatched a second call in the first due on Rich Hill Rd for a gas leak on the pipeline. Mont Co Squad 71 was diverted from the cover at Station 58 to take in the assignment while other companies freed from the dwelling to respond as well due to the high volume of the pipeline. Crews arrived with active sounds of a leak and stood by at a safe distance and monitored air conditions around dwellings in the area while awaited a response from Spectra Energy to secure the incident. Upon their arrival, they secured a malfunctioning regulator and companies took up without incident. While also on that assignment, the busy morning continued in which the Engine took in two more fire alarms in the first due.

Saturday, March 1, 2014 08:56
At 0856 hrs, BCR dispatched tactical 58-21 for a dwelling fire in Richland Meadows in Richland Township. Due from mutual aid was West End for the Squirt, Quakertown #1 for an engine, Tylersport TR72 for a tanker, and Pennsburg Squad 65for the RIT. E58 was out the door within 3 minutes of dispatch and pulled up to find a working fire in the heater and walls. Crew stretched an 1 3/4" top the interior and quickly knocked fire. Opened up heater closet walls and ductwork finding minimal extension. Mutual aid cos quickly made available to take in other assignments in the first due.

Thursday, February 27, 2014 07:49
Shortly before 8AM, 58's along with the ladder company from 57 was dispatched to Insaco on Canary Rd for a fire alarm. After the Engine went enroute, Past Chief Jeff Leonard, whom was working on scene, notified C58 that it was a head knocked off accidentally by an employee and maintenance would fix the problem. Assignment recalled. Around lunch time, 58's along with a ladder company out of 18's was dispatched to Trumbauersville Elementary for a fire alarm activation. The Engine and Chief were on the road in four minutes to arrive with the school evacuated. School personnel advised a student pulled the alarm, that maintenance since reset. Companies available once again.

Friday, February 21, 2014 07:29
Rescue 58 was dispatched to assist Quakertown FD for a structure fire, originally given to QFD as fire alarm. C87 arrived with machinery inside the structure on fire that had been knocked by the sprinkler system. Held to QFD apparatus.

Thursday, February 20, 2014 22:26
The problems with the heavy snows this wintered continued into the evening of February 22 at 22:26 hours when 58s was dispatched into Richland Meadows for a structure collapse. Rescue 58 took to the road with a crew of 6 and arrived with Deputy Cressman to find a 10x25' porch roof collapsed of the structure. Crews worked to secure the electric and removed the rest of the snow from the structure. Crews then shoveled a path out of the residence from a secondary door so the homeowner had egress. On scene app 1 hour.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014 16:30
Engine 58 was requested by Chief Wilhelm to provide Engine coverage on February 18 while their members attended services for Past Chief Neubert. As the Engine crew finished paying their respects at the services, Tactical box 17-1 was transmitted at the Quakertown Food Pantry and borough garage for wires inside the building. E58, TW27(Sellersville), R26(Perkasie) took to the assignment as the cover task force. Engine 58 arrived and dug out a plug while 26 and 27 crews narrowed the source eventually to a bad outlet. Power was secured and crews went to the 18 house for the cover. Also, while clearing that assignment, the Tanker was dispatched with MTFD for a rubbish fire, but was recalled shortly after dispatch.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014 16:30
Quakertown Fire Department recently lost a key part of their history, Past Chief Paul Neubert. Before his passing, Chief Neubert was able to pass on his knowledge and experience to many members of QFD and surrounding mutual aid companies. Most importantly, he passed his wealth of knowledge onto current QFD Battalion Chief, Kevin Neubert along with his 3 brothers, also active in the fire service. 20 members of the 58 house paid their respects to the Neubert and QFD family on the evening of February 18, 2014 at Naugle Funeral Home. Our thoughts at the 58 house are with the Neubert Family and our fellow brothers and sisters of QFD.

Thursday, February 13, 2014 15:57
Duties crews were in place AGAIN for the latest winter storm on February 13 at 1557 hours when Milford Fire Co along with mutual aid from 58's, MC65(Pennsburg), MC38(E Greenville), and 56 (Richland Twsp) were dispatched out to the 2300 block of Hieter Rd for a garage fire. The Rescue, Tanker, and Engine hit the road with full crews to assist. Upon arrival, crews were put in service as manpower to the interior for suppression, then overhaul. Crews were in service for 1 1/2 hours before headed back to station to clean up from the storm.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014 23:43
Shortly before midnight on February 11, 2014, Quakertown was dispatched for a dwelling fire in the 100 block of Washington Ct. PD arrived on scene with fire showing. C87 arrived and upgraded the assignment to the working fire box bringing Rescue 58 and Rescue 26 (Perkasie). Rescue 58 was on the road within 2 minutes with a crew of 7. Upon arrival, they set up RIT. Once the fire was placed, the crew added to the manpower pool. On scene app 45 minutes.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014 07:59
During the aftermath of the large snowstorm from the previous two days, Milford was dispatched to the Hampton Inn on Rte 663 for a smoke alarm activation. Upon arrival, crews had smoke in the building and upgraded to the box assignment. 58's still had a duty crew in station due to the storm and was out the door prior to the dispatch being completed with the Rescue shortly after. The Engine arrived and took a hydrant and advanced their manpower to the 3rd floor. R58 arrived and staged. Crews found burnt up hot water heaters and secured such. On scene app 1/2 hour.

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