Recent Calls
Thu. Jun 10th 2021
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At 2200 hours crews were dispatched to the area of Foxwood Manor Apt's for a reported MVA with injuries. Crews assisted EMS and 44PD with lighting.
Mon. May 31st 2021
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Crews were dispatched to Langhorne Gardens Nursing Home for a reported vehicle into a building with fire. Chief-21 arrived first and reported a vehicle into a building with the driver trapped and a ac...
Tue. May 25th 2021
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Just before 1am E-77 was dispatched on the 2nd Alarm to 1606 Farragut Ave in Bristol Borough, the crew arrived and was advised by command to report to the manpower pool. E-7 was relocated to Station-1...
Thu. Mar 25th 2021
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At 19:07 hours E-77 was special called on Box#14-55 at 1107 Thistle Street for the dwelling fire. E-77 assumed the RIT position and returned to the Township around 8PM and ran 3 additional assignments...
Mon. Mar 15th 2021
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Just after 7am E-77 along with E-244-1 was dispatched to 66 Juniper Drive for a reported vehicle fire. E-244-1 using E-77-1 arrived first and went in service with the front bumper line. E-77's cre...
News Headlines
Tue. Apr 27th 2021
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Lets all wish Jim good luck on his ride from San Fran. CA. to Atlantic City NJ. Please follow Jim on his adventure at crazyguyonabike.com
Thu. Mar 25th 2021
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Longtime member of the William Penn Fire Company Don Haefner has just celebrated his 77th year with the company. Don wanted his picture taken with Engine-77 to celebrate this milestone.
Wed. Feb 3rd 2021
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2021 Administrative and Company Officers
Mon. Jan 25th 2021
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At the January Meeting of the Fire Company Firefighter Riley Collins from Station-77 was presented his award from 2019. Due to Covid-19 the Fire Company had to postpone our Banquet which caused the d...
Sun. Dec 13th 2020
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With these crazy times we were still able to pull off having Santa visit with the kids at the Oxford Valley Station. The kids all had their time slots to have a quick visit with Santa and receive a gi...
Public Information

       

Welcome to our Public Information page.  This page is designed to inform the public about Emergency Service's and how the Community can help. 

Approaching Emergency Vehicle's:   While driving in your vehicle you see a fire truck in rear view mirror with its red, light's siren's blaring.  What should you do?  The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania mandates all passenger vehicles to give the right away to an emergency vehicle.  This should be done by pulling to the side of the Road, and stopping.  Do not stop in a lane of traffic.  This makes a hazardous situation for the responding emergency unit's by having the emergency driver take evasive action's to avoid your vehicle. 

Some traffic lights are equipped with a white flood light attached to top of the light post.  This device has been designed to allow the approaching vehicle to have the right away.  This device changes the traffic light to green for the direction the emergency vehicle is traveling.  This device also turns all other lanes of traffic to a red signal.  This fallow’s our response to Emergency's allot safer.  All ways remember we could be responding to someone's house that you know.  If we can't get there, we are no help to the public. 

Emergency Personnel on the Roadway:

When you see Emergency Personnel operating on the roadway please slow down, and move to another lane.  If you are unable to do so, please slow down, and give as much room as you can to allow a safe working distance for the Emergency Providers on the roadway.

www.respondersafety.com/SlowDown.aspx

www.respondersafety.com/NoPicnic.aspx

 


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