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Jan 25, 2015

2015 Incidents
Jan 21
Total 21

Past Fire Stats
2014 283
2013 239
2012 303
2011 277
2010 277
2009 296
2008 266
2007 199

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FF Latshaw and DC Greenwood cutting their second roof vent hole.
FF Latshaw and DC Greenwood cutting their second roof vent hole.

Wednesday Morning Working House Fire in Upper Providence Twp.

Deputy Fire Chief Robert Greenwood, January 14

Station 99, SD53, Chester E68-2, Chester L65, SD46, and E93 were dispatched to the 1400 block of Longford Rd in the Oaks section of Upper Providence Twp. at 0756 AM for a reported chimney fire. The homeowner reported smoke and flames from the chimney.

Chief 93 arrived shortly after dispatch and reported fire showing on the B side, second floor and R86 and Chester Medic 85 were added to the assignment ... (Full Story & Photos)

Ladder 77 Responds to Perkiomen Twp. Fully Involved House Fire

Deputy Fire Chief Robert Greenwood, January 01

Stations 66,77 and 34 were dispatched to the 100 block of Lincoln Rd in Perkiomen Twp. at 1441 hours for a reported car on fire inside a garage of a single family house.

Several additional calls were received by Montgomery County 911 reporting loud explosions taking place. With the additional calls, R53 (FAST) and R98 (Cascade) were added to the assignment. Some callers also reported 2 persons ... (Full Story & Photos)

Side A upon first arriving units
Side A upon first arriving units

2014 End of the Year Report

Firefighter Ross Greenwood, January 01

Trappe Fire Company responded to a total of 283 calls for 2014.

The following municipalities had the most responses from Station 77: Trappe section of Upper Providence Twp. 87, Trappe Borough 78, Collegeville Borough 38, Limerick Twp. 27

Here is a breakdown of the type of calls:

Working Fires : 14
Elevator /Accident Rescues : 5
Accident with Injuries : 25
Fire Alarms : 44
Assisting EMS ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Day, New Year = Four Calls !!

Deputy Fire Chief Robert Greenwood, January 01

The New Year started out early with a Smoke Alarm at 0635 hours. Station 77 and E34 were dispatched to the Trappe Borough Hall. Units arrived and made entry with a master key to find a light smoke condition inside. No upgrade was needed as the smoke dissipated quickly with natural ventilation.
Crews worked for 30 minutes to locate the source of the smoke. It was traced to a burnt motor in an ... (Full Story)

Volunteer and Help Serve Your Community

Fire Captain Branden Sisca, November 10

Would you like to volunteer? Would you like to make a difference in your community? Then Trappe Fire Company is the place for you! The Trappe Fire Company No. 1 is a volunteer organization, and we always welcome and encourage new members.

Making a commitment to serve as a volunteer firefighter is a serious decision and involves a profound commitment. The fire company will provide all of the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Trappe Fire Company mourns the loss of our company President, Barry W. Stott Jr.

Assistant Fire Chief Thomas McPoyle, October 18

The Trappe Fire Company, The Perkiomen Fire Company and our local firefighting community have lost a brother, friend, fire police captain, fire police lieutenant, and company President.

It is with deep regret that The Trappe Fire Company announces the passing of Barry W. Stott Jr. Barry had been a member of the Trappe Fire Company since the early 1990’s, serving over 24 years as a member of Trappe ... (Full Story & Photos)

A side of the garage, with BC77.
A side of the garage, with BC77.

Daytime Dryer Fire Contained

Deputy Fire Chief Robert Greenwood, July 25

Station 77, E34, L98, E98 and E99 were dispatched to a dryer on fire inside a large 3 car garage used for a commercial business in the 500 block of Old State Road in the Trappe section of Upper Providence Twp. at 1105 AM.

AC93 arrived within 6 minutes and reported smoke showing from the detached garage, adding Rescue 86 as the FAST team.

Crews used a 1 3/4 hand line to keep the fire contained ... (Full Story & Photos)

Skippack Twp. Abandon House Fire

Deputy Fire Chief Robert Greenwood, June 16

Ladder 77 was dispatched at 1856 hours on the first alarm assignment to an abandon house fire at 761 Collegeville Road in Skippack Twp. Stations 86 and 66 were also on the first alarm.

Chief 86 arrived at 1859 hours and confirmed a working fire and took command.

Ladder 77 responded within 3 minutes with a crew of 6 and upon arrival went to work with the main ladder to the roof. Station ... (Full Story & Photos)

Ladder 77 crews going to work on the roof.
Ladder 77 crews going to work on the roof.

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