Hecktown Volunteer Fire Company

2018 Incidents
Jan 20
Feb 29
Mar 54
Apr 25
May 33
Jun 15
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 176

Past Incidents
2017 313
2016 321
2015 296
2014 299
2013 298
2012 346
2011 363
2010 331
2009 287
2008 305
2007 276
Total 3435

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Hecktown Fire Compnay, June 18

At 14:49 hrs, the Hecktown Vol Fire Company (F53), Nazareth Fire Department (F50) and Bethlehem Township EMS (EMS 17) were alerted for a reported Motor Vehicle Accident with Rescue in front of 695 Nazareth Pike in Lower Nazareth Township. 5358 (Foreman Cortright) arrived to find a single vehicle accident (car vs. pole) with one subject still in the vehicle and established 53 command. Rescue 5041 ... (Full Story & Photos)

Route 248 / Hollo Road MVA

Hecktown Fire Compnay, June 07

At 7:44 hrs, the Hecktown Fire Company and the Palmer Municipal Fire Department were alerted for a reported Motor Vehicle Accident on Route 248 at the Hollo Road intersection in Lower Nazareth Township. 5352 (AC Hinkel) arrived shortly after dispatch reporting 3 vehicles involved with negative enetrapment and established 53 command. 5341,2713 and 2712 arrived and crews assisted with hazard control ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Hecktown Fire Company, May 27

The Hecktown Vol. Fire Company was alerted at 7:52 hrs. for a MVA w/ Rescue on Easton Nazareth Highway in front of Lehigh Cement in Lower Nazareth Township. Fire 50 (Nazareth Borough FD) and Fire 54 (Upper Nazareth FD) were alerted minutes before PD confirmed the accident to be in Lower Nazareth. 5341 responded with staffing of 4. 5352 (AC Hinkel) arrived on scene and established 53 command. Rescue ... (Full Story & Photos)

Monday Night Training at LVIA

Hecktown Fire Company, May 22

Fire 53 visited the Lehigh Valley International Airport Fire Department on Monday evening to review protocols and apparatus capabilities. Members toured the fire station and reviewed how Tanker 5331 can be used to support airport apparatus in the event of an emergency. Thank you to the crew at LVIA for hosting us.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Hecktown Fire Company, May 15

Station 53 hosted stations 50, 52, and 54 for a water supply training event at the Dutch Springs water park on Monday evening. Tankers from Hecktown, Upper Nazareth, and Bushkill carried water to the dump site wher Engine 5311 drafted and supplied Tower 5021. Engine 5412 set up fill site operations at the dry-hydrant, while Rescue 5041 provided lighting. Thank you to all of our sector 5 agencies ... (Full Story & Photos)

Hanoverville Road Vehicle Fire

Hecktown Fire Compnay, May 10

At 1508 hours, the Hecktown Vol. Fire Company and Nancy Run Fire Company were alerted for a reported Vehice Fire at 4820 Hanoverville Road in Lower Nazareth Township. Engine Rescue 5312 (AC Hinkel) responded with a crew of 3. ALS 17 arrived and confirmed a working fire. 5312 arrived and crew stretched the 1.75" bumper line and began fire attack. Tanker 5331 (Foreman Cortright) arrived and supplied ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Hecktown Fire Compnay, April 30

On Monday evening at 18:32 hours, the Hecktown Fire Company No. 1 was alerted for a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Newburg Road and Northwood Avenue in Lower Nazareth Township. 5352 (AC Hinkel) arrived on scene confirming a two vehicle accident, and established 53 Command. Rescue 5341 (LT. Brooks) arrived on scene moments later, controlled hazards and assisted with traffic control. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Early Morning Structure Fire in Williams Township

Hecktown Fire Compnay, April 23

At 03:33 hrs. Tanker 5331 was alerted for a structure fire on Stouts School Road in Williams Township. 5331 (Lt. Brooks) responded a few minutes after dispatch. 5331 arrived and pumped into nurse tanker 2831. Crews remained on scene till 06:30 hrs.... (Full Story & Photos)

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