Honey Brook Fire Company

Honey Brook Fire Company
2015 Responses
Jan 23
Feb 23
Mar 05
Apr 0
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 51

2015 Runs
Working Fires 1
Pin Jobs 0

Past Responses
Fire EMS
2014 291 1490
2013 277 1502
2012 326 1526
2011 300 1541
2010 289 1497
2009 265 1301
2008 257 1293
2007 263 1231
2006 247 1124
2005 270 1113
2004 256 1126
2003 262 1052

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Gas Leak in HB Borough

Honey Brook Fire Company #1, March 01

At 0905 hours Station 33 (Honey Brook) and Station 89 Ambulance (Elverson-Honey Brook) were dispatched to the 500 block of Walnut Street in Honey Brook Borough for a reported gas leak inside. Chief 33 (Klinger) responded and was advised the homeowner had no heat and could smell propane inside the residnece.

Engine 33-1 (Robb) arrived and began investigation of the premise. Engine 33-5 (Bailey) arrived ... (Full Story & Photos)

Morning Chimney Fire

Honey Brook Fire Company #1, February 27

At 0906 hours, Station 33 (Honey Brook), Ladder 49 (East Brandywine) and Ambulance 189 (HB-Elverson EMS) were dispatched to the 3100 block of Horseshoe Pike for a reported chimney fire. Deputy 49 (Edwards) and Chief 33 (Klinger) arrived to find a 1 story single family dwelling with an active fire inside the chimney. Chief 33 established Horseshoe Pike Command and Deputy 49 was assigned was the fireground ... (Full Story & Photos)

Crews reviewing the different types of suits used by rescue personnel.
Crews reviewing the different types of suits used by rescue personnel.

Weekly Drill Focuses on Water & Ice Rescue w/Mutual Aide

Deputy Fire Chief John Robb, February 26

This weeks training was focused on water and ice rescue operations. The water rescue team from Station 35 (Wagontown) assisted by reviewing their water & ice rescue equipment. Topics covered were incident safety, incident support for the water rescue team and equipment review and capabilities. In all over 29 members were present for this evenings drill.

Special thanks to the members of the Wagontown ... (Full Story & Photos)

Route 10 Rescue Assist

Fire Chief Robert Klinger, Jr., February 15

Around 1330 hours, Rescue 33 was alerted to assist Station 35 (Wagontown) with an automobile accident that was upgraded to reported entrapment.Chief 35 arrived and confirmed the report of one trapped in the overturned vehicle and established the Route 10 Command.

Rescue 35 arrived next with Ambulance 144 and the crew went to work stabilizing the vehicle. Rescue 33 arrived next with their crew assisting ... (Full Story & Photos)

Annual Rose Sale

Honey Brook Fire Company, February 14

On February 12, 13, & 14, the Honey Brook Fire Company will have Roses for sale again as one of our fundraisers. Roses and accompanying accessories will be available in an engine bay on the Firehouse Lane side of the fire station.

Roses are available as a dozen red long stems for $25.00 or two dozen pastel roses for $25.00. Greens and baby's breath will also available for purchase, as well as single ... (Full Story & Photos)

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