Trumbauersville Fire Company
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The Trumbauersville Fire Company was established in 1906. We proudly serve and protect Trumbauersville Borough and portions of Milford, Richland and West Rockhill Townships as well as provide mutual aid assistance to the surrounding communities. The Fire Company is staffed by dedicated volunteer men and women of all ages 100% of the time. We pride ourselves on providing the best possible emergency services through a continuing education program and a well maintained fleet of fire apparatus. 

Monday, December 1, 2014 19:00
The following are the election winners for 2015 TFD Officers: Chief: Josh Mallery Deputy Chief: John Cressman Battalion Chief: Justin Mallery Captain: Curt Diehl Lieutenant: Trevor Yerk Lieutenant: Allen Pfaff Chief Engineer: Tom Souders Asst Engineers: Dan Bishop, Luke Cressman, Chris Ronzanno, Brian Weidner, Allen Pfaff EMS Captain: Kim Mallery EMS Lieutenant: Brian Weidner President: Marilyn Bobb Vice President: Alex Erney Secretary: Kim Mallery Financial Secretary: Carolann Hopcke Trustees: Kim Mallery, Tom Souders, Trevor Yerk Relief President: Steve McManus Relief Secretary: Jeannie Weidner Relief Treasurer: Marilyn Bobb Asst Relief Tresurer: Carolann Hopcke

LAST 10 DAYS KEEP 58 on toes
Tuesday, December 2, 2014 
After a slow beginning of the month, 58's kept busy over the last ten days, taking in 20 calls for service including multiple building and welling fires, a gas leak, alarm systems and medical calls. With the Holiday season and cold weather upon us, please take extra precautions at home with fire safety.

Monday, December 1, 2014 13:27
58s along with a Medic unit were dispatched to Trumbauersville Rd and Benner School Rd for an accident with injuries. E58 arrived to tend to operator of a vehicle with heavy right front damage from striking a utility pole. Stood by, controlled hazards, and notified utility co.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 07:56
Rescue 58 was dispatched with QFD on the box assignment to Pacific Dr in Richland Township for a building fire. Chief 87 arrived to have an electric meter on the side of the building on fire and requested PPL Electric to the scene ASAP. Companies had to stand by before taking any action and monitored the interior of the building for any extension.

Saturday, November 22, 2014 05:31
At app 530 AM Quakertown was dispatched to the 700 blk of E Broad St for multiple calls on fire showing from a dwelling, unknown entrapment. Also due out of the 58 house was the Rescue. Chief 87 (Wilhelm) pulled up with fire showing on Delta of a 2 1/2 story dwelling. The Tower was ordered to force entry and begin a search while the engine co began stretching lines. Rescue 58 pulled up and finished throwing ladders and went to the interior for extinguishing the fire. Crews on scene for 2 hours and 45 minutes.

Thursday, November 20, 2014 11:13
At 1100 hours on Thursday, Sellersville FD along with mutual aid from Perkasie, Telford, Silverdale, Souderton, and Tylersport were dispatched to Carillon Hill Rd for a building with flames through the roof. Engine 27-1 pulled up with fire through the roof and Chief 27 (Brennan) set up the Sellersville Command and ordered all exterior ops due to the building being demoed. Rescue 58 was added for the RIT and set up on the Bravo side. Defensive mode only for an app 200 x50 structure. 58's on scene for 2 hours and 45 minutes.

Monday, November 10, 2014 15:53
Shortly before the evening rush, 57's along with Tanker 58 were dispatched to the intersection of 663 and Brinkman Rd for a truck fire. Chief 58 (J Mallery) pulled up with a large combine on fire in the field there and gave orders to Tanker 58 to lead off with an 1 3/4" hose line. TR58 followed by E57 pulled up and went into service. Crews on scene for an hour soaking the machine down along with the harvested soybeans it contained.

Thursday, October 23, 2014 12:00
Our friends in the Streamview neighborhood off Allentown Rd recently helped out the 58 house again. Carrie Dager of the neighborhood had found out that the TV in the firehouse meeting room/lounge was no longer working properly. There was no money in the budget to replace the TV this year due to other recent projects. Without our knowledge, Carrie and her generous neighborhood took it upon themselves to take up a neighborhood collection and raised just over $1100 for 58's to purchase a new TV. Mrs Dager presented the money to the 58 house at their business meeting in September. The TV along with a sound bar was purchased recently and installed at the firehouse. The TV serves two purposes; as a training TV when we hold classes and also as entertainment for when members are just relaxing, which in turn keeps members in house for quicker response to calls. Thank you again STREAMVIEW!!!!

Sunday, October 19, 2014 14:00
Engine and Tanker 58 with 13 volunteers took to the streets of Quakertown for the annual Halloween Parade this past Sunday.

Thursday, October 16, 2014 16:00
58's along with Ladder 57(Milford) was dispatched to the 100 blk of Chestnut Dr for an electrical odor in the dwelling. E58 arrived with an odor in the basement which was narrowed down to a burned up sump pump unit. Power secured and units went available.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014 19:00
58's finished up their 16 hour Truck Ops class as a refresher to all as part of our continuing efforts to train the best possible firefighters. The final night was the practical test which included working the roof. Another excellent class put on by instructor, Carl Weiss.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014 10:42
BCR dispatched 36 (Richlandtown) and 56 (Richland Township) to the 1500 block of Quarry Rd in Springfield Twsp for smoke in the dwelling. Upon their arrival, smoke was showing from the roof. Assignment was upgraded which brought in mutual aid from surrounding municipalities, including the 58 house for a tanker. Chief 58 (J Mallery) was first arriving officer and set up Richlandtown command. Interior crews reported a basement fire and partial loss of the floor at the Side A door. Squirt 18 arrived and took the lay in assignment and roof. Tanker 58 arrived and assisted in setting up water supply along with Tanker 58-1, which logged up and took the call in. Chief 87 (Wilhelm) and Lt58 (Yerk)located an access point from the exterior direct to the basement and took a line in. Upon reaching the basement, heavy fire conditions were found and a large amount of contents which hampered operations. Chief 87 reported flashover conditions and the dwelling was evacuated by Command. Exterior operations only for the duration of the assignment. On scene for over 5 hours.

Friday, August 15, 2014 21:39
At 939PM this past Friday night, Milford Fire Co along with mutual aid from West End and 58's for the Engine and Tanker were dispatched for a reported detached garage fire in the 2200 block of Milford Square Pk. Engine 58 with a crew of 6 and the Battalion took to the street in under two minutes from dispatch followed quickly by the Tanker and Rescue. Engine 58 was the first arriving unit and found a working fire within the garage which also had vehicles involved inside. Crews made entry and knocked fire quickly holding the assignment to Squirt 18 which took the plug and Milford units. Crews on scene a little over an hour.

crew on the quick knock
   crew on the quick knock
Monday, July 21, 2014 13:00
8 volunteers from the 58 house took their Monday afternoon and visited Camp Men O Lan on Doerr Rd in Milford Twsp to educate the children staying there at camp. A safety talk, equipment and apparatus demo was provided along with landing Medevac. The kids then got to play with the booster line. Some got a little wet to cool down. A fun time appeared to have been had by all the children and staff.

Saturday, July 19, 2014 01:07
Shortly before 1 AM, Milford Fire Co was alerted for a fire alarm at the Hampton Inn on John Fries highway. Upon their arrival and initial walk thru, smoke was found on the 2nd and 3rd floors with an odor of wood burning. DC57(Hunsicker) filled out the box which brought E58, TR58, and R58 along with other mutual aid. E58 arrived and set their crew to the manpower pool while R58 initially set up RIT, but then got put into the manpower pool. TR58 arrived along with TR58-1 and staged across the street. Eventually the source of smoke was narrowed down to mulch on exterior that followed chase into interior of building. Units assisted with ventilation before occupants were permitted reentry.

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