Honey Brook Fire Company

Honey Brook Fire Company
2015 Responses
Jan 23
Feb 25
Mar 23
Apr 34
May 27
Jun 21
Jul 26
Aug 11
Sep 16
Oct 20
Nov 16
Dec 0
Total 242

2015 Runs
Working Fires 4
Pin Jobs 4

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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Tuesday Morning Trailer Fire w/Video

Fire Chief Robert Klinger, Jr., November 24

At 0320 hours, Station 33 (Honey Brook), Station 49 (East Brandywine), Station 48 (Glen Moore), Rescue 69 (Twin Valley) and Ambulance 189 (Elverson-HB EMS) were dispatched to Brandywine Terrace Mobile Home Park in Honey Brook Township for a reported mobile home fire. Chief 33 and Engine 33-1 responded and was advised of multiple calls from residents reporting a trailer on fire, possibly extending ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo courtesy of Assistant Chief Brooks
Photo courtesy of Assistant Chief Brooks

HBFC Says Thank You to Veterans

Honey Brook Fire Company, November 10

The Honey Brook Fire Company would like to take the time to say thank you to the men and women of the Armed Forces who served previously or are still currently serving. Veteran's Day is a day of remembrance for all Armed Force's Veterans who have served in the Armed Forces in Defense of America.

Originally Veteran's Day was not known as Veterans Day at all but as Armistice Day. Below is a brief ... (Full Story & Photos)

Honey Brook Fire Co. Volunteers Wrap Up A Busy Schedule

Assistant Chief Dan Brooks, November 01

Over the course of the last 2-3 months, the volunteers of the Honey Brook Fire Co attended multiple training classes, responded to numerous incidents, as well as attended a handful of public events. The company, in an effort to qualify more of our members as driver/operators of our apparatus, hosted "Pump Operations" classes, for a total of 32 hours. These classes were held two nights a week, for ... (Full Story & Photos)

Change Your Clock, Change You Batteries

Assistant Chief Robert Klinger, Jr., October 30

Daylight saving time ends on Sunday, November 1st at 2AM. Everyone will change their clocks back one hour.

Honey Brook Fire Company wants to remind everyone that smoke detector batteries should be changed every six months. We recommend making this change every Spring and Fall when you change your clocks. This is a small price to pay for the safety of you and your family. The life your smoke detector ... (Full Story & Photos)


Deputy Fire Chief John Robb, October 29

On 10/28/15 members of the Honey Brook Fire Co visited the day care at Tel Hai . crew meet with approx 50 children and spoke about :

" 911 "

"get out and stay out "

"stop drop and roll "

as well as other topics were covered during the lesson . we will like to thank the staff at the Tel Hai Daycare for the invite to allow us too come out and show our fire prevention lesson to the children ... (Full Story & Photos)

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