November 3, 2014
Box 14 -57 At 0519 Third District Fire Company was dispatched for a dwelling fire in the area of Norton Ave it was reported by people exiting the Turnpike. The police arrived and updated the location. A total of seven trucks in two different spots were fully involved. Engine 14 Crews advanced several hand lines and Engine 10 went in service with foam. Crews were on scene for an extended period of time for overhaul and to assist the FM with the investigation.
Photos by Bucks County Courier Times
October 5, 2014
We had a great turn out for the 2nd Annual Fire Prevention Expo!! We had many great vendors come out as
Live Car Fire Training:
K9 Demonstration by the Bristol Township Police Department:
Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness by wearing and selling PINK department T-Shirts
(We still have shirts for sale please contact us if you would like one, proceeds donated to Breast Cancer Awareness fund)
October 5, 2014
The 2014 Fire Prevention Expo hosted our second annual rescue competition. Where three Bristol Township fire companies competed to see who could complete a rescue the quickest and most efficient.
1st Place: Newportville Fire Company Station 12/82
2nd Place : Levittown Fire Company #2 Station 13
3rd Place: Edgely Fire Company Station 10
September 27th, 2014
The Third District Fire Company hosted the Housing and Dedication ceremony for our 2014 Seagrave Aerialscope Tower ladder. The truck was dedicated to Howard M. Mcgoldrick “Goldy” who broke the honorary champagne on the bumper.
For more pictures of the ceremony, CLICK HERE
August 28, 2014
Third District Fire Company officials sign PEMA loan documents for new Tower Ladder. Special thanks to State Representative Tina Davis for her work on increasing the loan amounts available through PEMA. Thanks also to Tracey Charest from Volunteers Financial Services for completing and submitting PEMA loan application.
One step closer to being in service!
July 29, 2014
Initial call for an Alarm System at 1717 Bath Road Stone Bridge Run Apartments. FM 225 arrived on scene with smoke showing, accessed the apartment, discovered and reported an active stove fire. Bucks County radio upgraded the assignment to a full box assignment. Fire was extinguished by Engine 225 crew. Engine 14 and Ladder 11 handled positive pressure for all the units in that tower.