Just after noon time on Sunday E-7 and E-77 were dispatched for a fire investigation for reported smoke in the area of 67 Spinythorn Road. The assignment was quickly upgraded to a reported outbuilding...
At noon crews were dispatched to a reported dwelling fire at 69 Red Berry Road in the Red Rose Gate section. E-77-1 arrived first and reported fire on Side-B of the dwelling. Crews pulled a line and m...
Jay Moser received on behalf of the Fire Company a plaque and recognition from Brian Fitzpatrick United States Congress and Hulmeville Borough at the 150th Gala for the Fire Companies service and supp...
This past Wednesday night the officers and members had a going away party for Bill Ruppert who will be moving with his family to Tennessee. We will miss you and we thank you for your 10 years of dedication to the William Penn Fire Company and the Community.
The William Penn Fire Company again entered their two cars into the 2018 Soap Box Derby. Thanks this year to our drivers and also a special thanks to Firefighter Rich McCullough for all his hard work that he puts into this great event.
TAC-7 is getting closer to going into service, DANZ was out last week and lettered the vehicle and the radios were installed this week. Tools will be getting mounted next and training on the new truck will start very soon.
On Oct 18th Engine-7 along with Engine-77 were dispatched to assist the Squad on Zimmerman Lane for a reported Cardiac arrest. Crews arrived on scene with Medic-168 and assisted with CPR, the crews worked for over 20 minutes until they got a pulse.
Firefighters from both stations hit the streets early Saturday morning and teamed up with the American Red Cross to install smoke detectors in the Cobalt Ridge section of our local. Staff installed over two dozen free smoke detectors for our residents.
Firefighters from both stations and the Township Fire Marshal's Office attended a fire prevention open house at the Middletown Trace Apartments. Residents of the complex got to spend some time with their local firefighters and the staff of Middletown Trace Apartments.
Firefighters from both stations have been kept busy over the past few weeks paying visits to local schools in our area teaching the children about fire prevention. Special thanks to all our members who have taken the time out of their busy day to get the message out about fire prevention.
This years open house was held at our Hulmeville Station on Sunday afternoon. Thank you to all our members who assisted in putting this event together and a very special thanks to all our vendors who took the time out of their weekend to show up and support us.
Come join us for our Annual Fire Prevention Open House which will happen this Sunday October 8th from 1PM-4-PM at the Hulmeville Station located at Main Street & Trenton Road. There will be refreshments and lots of activities for the kids.
The new Tac-7 arrived on Sunday afternoon at it's new home in Hulmeville. Crews will work over the next few weeks on training and getting the vehicle into service to serve our residents of Hulmeville Borough and Middletown Township.