Nancy Run Fire Company Nancy Run Fire Company

2016 Incidents
Jan 74
Feb 66
Mar 71
Apr 59
May 62
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 332

Past Incidents
2015 863
2014 778
2013 763
2012 850
2011 894
2010 819
2009 750
2008 789
2007 864

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Morning fire keeps crews busy.

Assistant Chief Mark DeMasi, February 15

Around 9am on February 15th Bethlehem Township fire departments were dispatched to Oakland Road and Easton Avenue for a dwelling fire. Immediately after dispatch, the communication center put out the information tones and advised police on scene were reporting a house fully involved with fire. Engine 1412 with a crew of two was on the road shortly thereafter with a header visible from the firehouse. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire conditions found upon arrival.

CREDIT: Dan Clerico;
Fire conditions found upon arrival. CREDIT: Dan Clerico;

Bethlehem Township companies drill on vehicle rescue.

Assistant Chief Mark DeMasi, October 13

Bethlehem Township Volunteer Fire Company and Nancy Run Fire Company spent Monday night drill putting all rescue tools to work. The basics of stabilization and disentanglement were used in several different scenarios. ... (Full Story & Photos)

1411 and 1712 handle Route 22 vehicle fire.

Assistant Chief Mark DeMasi, June 29

Bethlehem Township fire companies were dispatched to Route 22 East in the late morning hours for a vehicle fire. Companies arrived to find a fully involved vehicle and small brush fire extending from the exposure. 1411 put the bumper line in service and knocked the fire while 1712 opened everything up. Companies were available in 30 minutes. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Just after crews arrived
Just after crews arrived

Attic fire in the local.

Assistant Chief Mark DeMasi, April 14

Bethlehem Township companies were sent to Bowler Court in the township for smoke from a roof. While units were responding, communications put out an updated address on Amherst Court with a working attic fire. Truck 1421 was the first apparatus on the and added a RIT assignment with reports a possible working fire. With additional word confirming a working fire and day time staffing levels, a 1st alarm ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine handles brush fire.

Assistant Chief Mark DeMasi, April 13

Bethlehem Township companies were dispatched to the area of Route 22 and Route 191 for a brush fire. Engine 1411 was on the air in under a minute with a crew of five. Chief 1453 was first to arrive the scene, finding the fire on the Route 22 East off ramp to Route 191 with a 100' x 50' portion burning up the hill. The ramp was shut down for the engine to proceed the wrong way into the scene. Engine ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Tower 1421 chassis nears completion.

Chief Jamie Hauze, March 12

Check out the chassis pictures of the new Tower 1421! Delivery is still scheduled for June 2015. The truck was ordered in late 2014 and will be a 2015 Spartan ERV sold by Campbell Supply in New Jersey. The new Tower is replacing the aging 1992 Simon-Duplex LTI 100' rear mount tower. The new Tower is very similar to the old in size, but comes with many new innovative features and safety changes. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Truck 1421 responds on structure fire.

Assistant Chief Mark DeMasi, October 29

On the afternoon of the 29th, Truck 1421 was sent to a structure fire on Main Street in Nazareth Borough. The truck responded with a crew of four. Upon arrival, the ladder was setup and crews assisted with horizontal ventilation and overhaul. The truck company was released within an hour or so. The assignment went to two bells before being brought under control. Several companies from around the county ... (Full Story & Photos)

Courtesy of the Express Times
Courtesy of the Express Times

Companies assist Lower Nazareth at commercial fire.

Assistant Chief Mark DeMasi, September 08

In the morning hours of September 8th, Truck 1421 was dispatched with fire station 53 for a working commercial structure fire at C&S Grocers. County was reporting a working trailer fire with extension into the structure. Immediately upon dispatch 5391 requested the 1st alarm to be filled with fire 15 added. The 1st alarm also brought Engine 1412, which was the first piece on the road from Nancy Run ... (Full Story & Photos)


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