Hecktown Volunteer Fire Company

2017 Incidents
Jan 23
Feb 19
Mar 34
Apr 29
May 27
Jun 26
Jul 30
Aug 38
Sep 19
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 245

Past Incidents
2016 321
2015 296
2014 299
2013 298
2012 346
2011 363
2010 331
2009 287
2008 305
2007 276
Total 3122

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Hecktown Fire Company, August 27

Fire 53 and EMS 17 were dispatched at 10:10 hours to the area of 3791 Easton Nazareth Highway for a reported motor vehicle accident with unknown injuries. CRPD arrived on scene and upgraded the incident to an MVA with injuries and one party needing extrication. Rescue 5341 responded followed by Rescue Engine 5312 and Traffic 5349. 5351 (Chief Seip) arrived on scene and confirmed the updates finding ... (Full Story & Photos)

Hanoverville Road Structure Fire

Hecktown Firefighters, August 19

Fire Stations 53 and 14 along with EMS 17 were dispatched for a structure fire at 4656 Hanoverville Road at 1714 hours. 5354 (Captain Suhr) responded to the scene and confirmed the dispatch of a working fire in a detached 2 two-story building and established the 53 Command. 5311 (Lt Cortright) responded with a crew of 5 and stretched a line to the second floor and began fire attack. 5312 (AC Boucher) ... (Full Story & Photos)

5331 Assists Bethlehem City at Commercial Structure Fire

Hecktown Firefighters, August 11

Tanker 5331 was dispatched to a working commercial structure fire at 3419 Commerce Center Blvd in the City of Bethlehem as part of the Northampton County Tanker Taskforce. 5331 was dispatched at 1600 hrs to shuttle water to supply multiple master streams in use at the scene. Tankers from Northampton, Lehigh, and Bucks Counties filled out the assignment with Northampton County units staffing the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Pumps 1
Pumps 1

Members of Hecktown Fire Company and surrounding fire departments participated in Pump Operations 1 & 2 training.

Hecktown Fire Company, August 06

Over the last 2 weekends personnel from surrounding fire companies/departments participated in Pump Operations 1 and 2. In Pumps 1, personnel received information on basic pump construction and operating techniques. Emphasis was placed on securing a water supply, getting water to the pump, getting water from the pump to hose streams, and prevention of common mistakes in pump operations. In Pumps ... (Full Story & Photos)

Newburg Road crash brings down pole

Hecktown Fire Company, July 26

At 18:27 hours, the Hecktown Fire Company No. 1 and ALS 17 (Bethlehem Township) were alerted for a reported Motor Vehicle Collision with a pole and wires down in the 4400 block of Newburg Road in Lower Nazareth Township. 5353 (AC Hinkel) arrived shortly after dispatch, confirmed the pole and wires down, and assumed 53 command. Rescue 5341 (FF Gable) arrived and crew assisted with scene control and ... (Full Story & Photos)

5331 Takes Shape

Hecktown Firefighters, July 18

Members of the truck committee traveled to the 4-Guys Fire Apparatus plant in Meyersdale, PA to conduct the pre-paint inspection of the new 5331. Work is progressing well with details being finalized for the final fit-out of the apparatus. The unit is being built on a Peterbilt 389 chassis and will have a 1750 gpm pump and a 4000 gallon poly tank. The members met with 4-Guys staff from the electrical, ... (Full Story & Photos)

5331 Assists at Fountain Hill Structure Fire

Hecktown Firefighters, July 16

Tanker 5331 was alerted to respond as part of a Northampton County Tanker Strike Team for a structure fire at 520 Benner Avenue in the Borough of Fountain Hill. Companies were operating at a heavily involved commercial structure with multiple master streams which were straining the municipal water system. 5331 arrived and set up nurse tanker operations supplying LC Truck 3431. 5331 operated for ... (Full Story & Photos)

Mulch Bed Fire

Hecktown Fire Company, June 15

At 18:50 hours, the Hecktown Volunteer Fire Company No. 1 was alerted for a mulch bed fire on Easton/Nazareth Highway in Lower Nazareth Township. Brush 5342 made the response staffed with 3. 5351(Chief Seip) arrived on scene with a mulch bed smoking and established 53 command. 5342 arrived and crew assisted with extinguishment and overhaul.
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Hecktown Volunteer Fire Company #1
230 Nazareth Pike
Bethlehem, PA 18020

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