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Today our firefighters responded on

Today our firefighters responded on an assist to Lower Providence Township Fire Company at a large fire at Salters Ski Shop in Eagleville. Companies and departments from four counties( Montgomery, Chester, Berks and Bucks) ended up providing assistance.
Squad 76 pumped thousands of gallons of water from multiple tankers directly to the fire while Engine 76 filled those tankers at a remote site in nearby Skippack. The local water system was taxed beyond capacity.

Thanks to the Hilltown Township Volunteer Fire Company for providing coverage in Towamencin.

 
 
 

A double birthday shoutout to

A double birthday shoutout to firefighters Andrew Gerth & Jeff Mullaly!

 
 

Towamencin Fire Police are in

Towamencin Fire Police are in attendance at this training hosted by 89.

No day like a training day!

 

Happy birthday to firefighter Ed

Happy birthday to firefighter Ed “Doc” Horvath!

 

Our Ladies Auxiliary is hosting

Our Ladies Auxiliary is hosting their first meeting of 2019 tonight at our main station at Bustard & Rittenhouse Roads. Are you interested in helping out the fire company in a more flame free way? Our Ladies host bingos, dining nights out, basket raffles, vendor fairs and more! It’s a great way to give back to the community!

They meet the third Tuesday of the month at 7pm and are always welcoming new members!

 

Happy birthday to fire police

Happy birthday to fire police member Bill Blackburn!

 

Last evening members of the

Last evening members of the company distributed smoke detectors, replacement batteries and fire prevention materials to the residents of Towamencin Condominiums who were most closely affected by the devastating fire New Year’s morning. A crew of firefighters met with members of the condo association and visited homes on Continental, Heritage and Monroe. The smoke detectors were provided through 6ABC and Operation Save a Life; jointly sponsored by Toyota, Home Depot and Kidde. We’re thankful no one was injured, or worse, however it’s important to be prepared.

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