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Santa Claus Food Donations

The Falls Township Fire Company will be collecting food and clothing during its annual Santa Runs this year.  If you have any canned or non- perishable food or clothing, please consider donating it to one of the elves on Santa‚Äôs fire truck.  All food and clothing donations will be donated to local charity.

Thank you and Happy Holidays from Falls Township Fire Company! 





Santa Claus is coming to Falls Township

Tuesday, November 17, 2015  Falls Township Fire Company and its members will be doing our annual "Santa Run" Escorting Santa Claus Around our first due response area. 

Santa Schedule 2015;  Start time 6PM

*You'll be sure to hear and see us coming with lights, sirens, and off course the Christmas Music; a fun time for all!!!!!  Come Out and Support your local Fire Company and Santa!! 

**We will also be collecting Non-Perishable items as we come around. ( Food, Clothes, toiletries ect.) All items will be going to a local shelter for those in need.  



Bucks County Fallen Firefighters Memorial

Sunday, October 18, 2015   On Sunday, October 18, 2015 Members traveled to the Bucks County Courthouse to participate in the 2015 Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service to honor all of the Firefighters and Emergency Service Personnel that have paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving the residents of Bucks County, including one of our own Geary Von Hoffman who died in the line of duty in April 1976 while battling a fire on Lincoln Highway. Photo Credit: Bill Rowe



Fire Prevention and Open House

Saturday, October 10, 2015 10:00am  .-Saturday OCT. 10th 10am-2pm
@Station30 310 Yardley ave. Fallsington
-Learn fire safety and prevention
-See the station and equipment we offer...
-Smoke house
-Live demos
-practice Stop, Drop, & roll
And more. Fun for the whole family, so come out and show your support to the local fire company.

Also Fallsington Market day will be going on down the street.



Large Rubbish Fire

Thursday, July 30, 2015   Overnight Station 30 along with Stations 98, 31, 32 & 33 responded to the Penn Warner North Yard for a large mulch and rubbish pile fire, the pile approximately 200 x 200 took almost 3.5 hours to control, Waste Management crews assisted with tankers and front end loaders. Squad 139  assisted on scene due to the high temperatures affecting the area, no injuries were reported to the almost 50 firefighters on scene.



Tractor Fire

Monday, July 27, 2015   On Monday, July 27, Station 30 was alerted to a reported truck fire, upon going on radio units were advised that in fact the vehicle was a large lawn tractor on fire. Engine 30 and Assistant 30 responded to extinguish the blaze.



Youth Police Academy

Thursday, July 23, 2015   On Thursday, July 23, Ladder 30 along with numerous other local Emergency Service units assisted the Falls Township Police with an Emergency Services Day as part of their Youth Police Academy. The crew from Ladder 30 spent the morning going over the duties of a Firefighter and the responsibilities of a Ladder Company at a fire scene.



Motorcycle Accident

Wednesday, April 29, 2015  Station 30 was dispatched for a reported Motorcycle Accident at Route 13 and West Trenton Ave. Station 30 units responded to assist EMS and secure any hazards. Rescue 30, Chief 30 and Deputy 30 were on scene, once all hazards were secured and the injured were taken to the hospital, Rescue 30 was released from the scene, Chief 30 and Deputy 30 remained on scene to provide scene lighting for the Police Accident Investigation. Fire Police units were also on scene assisting with traffic control.



Brush Fire

Wednesday, April 29, 2015   For the second time in two days Station 30 was dispatched to the Penn Warner Club for a large brush fire, units from Stations 30, 32, 33, 10,0, 98 and a tanker provided by Waste Management operated for almost 2 hours to extinguish the blaze which was approximately 300 x 200. Thanks to Ron Roberts for providing the photo's of this incident.



Ice Rescue Drill

Wednesday, February 4, 2015  Members of station 30 took to the ice for drill reviewing and going over ice rescue maneuvers. With just about all of our local ponds and lakes frozen over, it was an ideal time to prepare for the worse case and be ready. Sernarieos included victim down on the ice to fallen through the ice.



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