Hecktown Volunteer Fire Company

2021 Incidents
Jan 25
Feb 26
Mar 29
Apr 12
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 92

Past Incidents
2020 319
2019 341
2018 343
2017 313
2016 321
2015 296
2014 299
2013 298
2012 346
2011 363
2010 331
2009 287
2008 305
2007 276
Total 4438

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Hecktown Fire Company, February 07

At 22:49 Hrs, 5311 was dispatched to assist Fire 15 (Hanover) with a second Alarm Dwelling Fire. 5311 (AC Brooks) responded with a full staffing and assisted with fire ground operations and ventilation. A crew from 53 was sent to the roof to vent and gain access to the attic to check for extension. 5311 was clear of the scene at 00:19 Hrs.

As a reminder to all: PLEASE shovel out your hydrants. Every ... (Full Story & Photos)

Weekend Ventilation Training

Hecktown Fire Company, January 30

Member of the HVFCo spent time over the last two weekends working on ladder and ventilation skills at two acquired structures in the township. Members practiced vertical ventilation techniques on two buildings on the property. We look forward to continuing to work at these buildings in order to practice and reinforce our skills in a variety of situations.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Hecktown Fire Company, January 18

The HVFCo along with Fire 27 (Palmer Municipal) and EMS 17 were dispatched for a motor vehicle accident with injuries and entrapment on Route 248 at the Route 33 South ramp. 2750 (Commissioner Gallagher) arrived on scene and confirmed the dispatch. Rescue/Engine 2713, Engine 2712 and Rescue 5341 (Captain Suhr) responded. 2713's crew provided stabilization and extrication. Personnel from both agencies ... (Full Story & Photos)

MVA with Rescue at Route 248 and Hollo Road

Hecktown Fire Company, November 30

Fire 53 and EMS 50 (Nazareth Borough) were dispatched at 03:49 to the intersection of Route 248 and Hollo Road for a reported motor vehicle accident with rescue. 5351(Chief Seip) responded to the scene and confirmed the dispatch of 2 vehicles involved with one person trapped. Crews from Rescue 5341 (Captain Suhr) and Rescue Engine 5312 (AC Hinkel) did a side removal on the vehicle and provided ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Hecktown Fire Company, November 10

On Monday evening the members of Station 53 hosted Northampton County Executive Lamont McClure and Lower Nazareth Township Supervisors Bob Hoyer and Amy Templeton to demonstrate several pieces of new training equipment. The electronic fire extinguisher training system and forcible entry simulator were purchased with funds obtained from the newly created Northampton County Fire and EMS Grant with matching ... (Full Story & Photos)

3 Vehicle MVA 248 and Hollo Road

Hecktown Fire Company, October 05

Hecktown Fire and EMS 17 (Bethlehem Township) were dispatched at 1902 hours to the intersection of Route 248 and Hollo Road for a motor vehicle accident with injuries. 5351 (Chief Seip) arrived on scene, confirmed the dispatch and advised of 3 heavily damaged vehicles with several parties self extricated and experiencing minor injuries. Rescue 5341 (Capt. Suhr), Rescue Engine 5312 (AC Brooks), and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Hecktown Fire Company, September 24

Fire 53 handled 3 serious motor vehicle accidents in just over 24 hours. The first occured at 0919 hours on Newburg Road and involved 4 vehicles including dump truck that had rolled onto its side (story below).

The second crash occured at 1643 hours at the intersection of Daniels Road (946) and Nazareth Pike (191). A vehicle left the roadway and struck a house causing significant structural damage ... (Full Story & Photos)

4 Vehicle Accident on Newburg Road

Hecktown Fire Company, September 23

At 9:19 hours, Fire 53, Fire 50 (Vigilance Hose Company) and EMS 17 (Bethlehem Twsp) were alerted for a 4 vehicle accident involving an overturned dump truck with entrapment. Rescue 5341 (Capt Suhr) responded with staffing of 4. Additional information was provided downgrading the call to negative entrapment. 5341 arrived on scene, 5354 established 53 Command confirming the updates and added F50 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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