Hecktown Volunteer Fire Company



2017 Incidents
Jan 23
Feb 19
Mar 34
Apr 29
May 27
Jun 20
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 152

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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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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Newburg Rd / Nazareth Pk MVA in House

Hecktown Firefighters , June 11

At 1416 hours, the Hecktown Volunteer Fire Company and ALS 1785 (Bethlehem Twsp) were alerted to a motor vehicle accident with a reported two vehicles involved, one vehicle reported into a building in the area of Newburg Road and Nazareth Pike in Lower Nazareth Twsp. Rescue 5341 (LT. Cortright) arrived and crew secured both vehicles and checked on the structure. The structure was found to have very ... (Full Story & Photos)

Two Members Complete FF 1

Hecktown Fire Company, June 06

Congratulations to Firefighters Andrew Doddy, and Daniel Hagan on their successful completion of the Firefighter 1 program. The two firefighters participated in the program hosted at the Forks Township fire training facility. The training was conducted by Bucks County Community College. Firefighters Doddy and Hagan dedicated over 200 hours to their training and their hard work and dedication are ... (Full Story & Photos)

Firefighters Graduate

Hecktown Fire Company, June 06

Congratulations to Firefighters Amogh Arunachalam, Daniel Hagan, and Joseph Suhr on their graduation from high school. FF Arunachlaam will be continuing his education at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, FF Hagan will be attending Grove City College, and FF Suhr will be joining the United States Navy. All of the officers and members of the HFCo are proud of them for their accomplishments and ... (Full Story & Photos)

Nazareth Pike MVA

Hecktown Fire Company, June 01

At 15:23 hours, the Hecktown Volunteer Fire Company, Nancy Run Fire Company and ALS 1786 (Bethlehem Twsp) were alerted for a motor vehicle accident with one reported unconscious on Nazareth Pike in the area of Steuben Road in Lower Nazareth Township. The Colonial Regional Police Department arrived on scene and reported a 2 vehicle accident with minor injuries. Rescue 5341 (Asst Chief Hinkel) arrived ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine and Tanker Run Building / Trailer Fire in East Allen Township

Hecktown Fire Company, June 01

The HFCo. was alerted as part of the 1st Alarm Assignment shortly after 10:00 hours to assist F46 (East Allen Fire Department) for a building fire and multiple trailers burning on Chrisphalt Drive in East Allen Township. Upon arrival, Engine 5311 was assigned to the trailers in the yard area and Tanker 5331 was assigned as a nurse tanker to Engine 4512. Crews worked for several hours, assisting with ... (Full Story & Photos)

Route 248 / Prologis Parkway MVA

Hecktown Fire Company, May 16

At 19:59 hours, the Hecktown Vol. Fire Co. was alerted for a motor vehicle accident on Route 248 at Prologis Parkway in Lower Nazareth Township. 5353 (AC Hinkel) arrived on the scene to find 2 vehicles involved in the roadway and established 53 command. Rescue 5341 made the response with staffing of 4. 5341 arrived and crew assisted with hazard control and debris cleanup. Traffic 5349 assisted with ... (Full Story & Photos)

MVA Closes Route 248

Hecktown Firefighters, May 06

Fire 53 and EMS 17 and 27 responded to a 2 vehicle accident in the 3700 block of Easton-Nazareth Highway (Route 248) on Saturday afternoon. Two vehicles were found on opposite sides of the highway with heavy fluids and debris down. 5351 (Chief Seip) responded to the scene and confirmed 2 parties injured and requiring transport. 5341 (AC Boucher) responded with a crew of 6 and controlled hazards. ... (Full Story & Photos)


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Hecktown Volunteer Fire Company #1
230 Nazareth Pike
Bethlehem, PA 18020

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