May 20, 2015
Three Third District members, David Burns Jr, Michael Ferguson Jr, and Nicholas Redner, completed the Firefighter 1 course through the Bucks County Public Safety Training Center.
Firefighter 1 is a course that is over 190 hours long and instructs the student in basic fire fighting necessary to function as a responding member of a fire department.
May 20, 2015
APARTMENT FIRE – Crown Square Apartments
Bristol Township Police were on scene reporting smoke showing from an apartment. Third District Battalion 14 requested any apparatus who are not responding to be replaced due to the police report. Battalion 14 arrived on scene reporting a three story garden style apartment building with smoke showing. Levittown #2 Deputy 13 took interior and confirmed a working bedroom fire. Edgely Ladder 10 was first in and came straight into the court yard and pulled their bumper line to the interior. Engine 14 did the same and pulled a backup line to the interior. Croydon Ladder 11 crew assisted with ventilation and interior operations. Engine 52-1 dropped into a hydrant across Green Lane and Bristol Engine 501 picked it up. William Penn Engine 77 was assigned RIT. Fire was placed under control at 14:15 hours. Crews from Bristol, Fairless Hills and Tullytown assisted on the fireground. Bucks County Medic 143 stood by.
April 8, 2015
We are registered for Amazon Smile! An Amazon.com charity.
Basically, whenever someone uses Amazon.com if they use the link below a percentage of the purchase goes to our fire house.
AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service.
Just another way for you to help us, to help you!
Link -> https://smile.amazon.com/ch/23-2655366
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)