Nancy Run Fire Company Nancy Run Fire Company

2021 Incidents
Jan 73
Feb 80
Mar 82
Apr 68
May 89
Jun 88
Jul 70
Aug 47
Sep 14
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 611

Past Incidents
2020 968
2019 967
2018 1036
2017 976
2016 927
2015 863
2014 778
2013 763
2012 850
2011 894
2010 819
2009 750
2008 789
2007 864

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Oct 17, 2021

Welcome to the Official Website for the Nancy Run Fire Company

Crews Extricate 3 on Route 33

Assistant Chief Brett Buskirk, August 16

This morning at 3:52am, Nancy Run Fire Company and Bethlehem Township Volunteer Fire Company were dispatched to Route 33 southbound in the area of mile marker 3.8 for an accident with entrapment. Rescue Engine 1413 and Heavy Rescue 1741 made the response. While en route, Paramedics from BTVFC arrived on location advising of three patients heavily trapped. The Rescue Engine arrived on location and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Rescue Engine 1413
Rescue Engine 1413

New apparatus placed into service

Chief Nolan Rampulla, March 24

Over the past few months, the Nancy Run Fire Company placed 3 new pieces of apparatus in service.
Rescue Engine 1413 is a 2020 Seagrave Marauder Rescue Engine. This engine has a 500 gallon water tank and a standard complement of engine company equipment. In addition, she also carries auto extrication equipment, rope rescue equipment, water rescue equipment, and Hazardous Material mitigation equipment. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Crews extricate 1 in Route 22 accident

Chief Nolan Rampulla, October 01

You may have been stuck in traffic last Sunday as a result of this serious accident.
Fortunately, so were two of our members. Lt. Joshua Sigley and Lt. Mikal Germaine were running errands together when this accident occurred. They ran from their stopped vehicle to assist PA State Police. Without regard to their own safety, they climbed into the wreckage to perform life saving actions on the trapped ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Second alarm response in a multi-unit residential structure.
Second alarm response in a multi-unit residential structure.

Second Alarm Assignment - Northampton Borough

Firefighter Michael Stamets, May 24

Crews were put to work as Special Operations Unit 1442 responded this morning to a Second Alarm structure fire.

Chief 14 and four members were assigned fire attack, search & overhaul with the Northampton Borough Fire Department.

The fire was initially knocked by the first arriving engine who had a well involved fire throughout the apartment building. Those efforts resulted in the rescue of several ... (Full Story & Photos)

We are expecting... It's a Seagrave!

Chief Nolan Rampulla, January 27

After months of research and meetings, the Nancy Run Fire Company has placed an order for a 2020 Seagrave Maruader Rescue Pumper. This vehicle was designed to be able to serve Bethlehem Township and surrounding areas for the next 20 years. We wish to thank the Residents and Board of Commissioners of Bethlehem Township, and Robert Ross of 10-8 EVS for making this purchase possible. You can expect to ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Courtesy of Rich Rolen Photography
Courtesy of Rich Rolen Photography

Companies operate at 2nd alarm fire in Fountain Hill.

Assistant Chief Nolan Rampulla, June 27

At 2138 hours last evening, Chief 1452, Tower 1421, and Engine 1411 responded into the Borough of Fountain Hill for the 2nd alarm structure fire in a row home. Units performed multiple tasks on the fire ground before being released around midnight.... (Full Story & Photos)

Annual open house is nearing!

Assistant Chief Nolan Rampulla, October 09

The Nancy Run Fire Company annual open house is quickly approaching. On October 13th, you will are invited to stop by the fire station to meet your community's firefighters as well as be able to explore the station and apparatus. There will be free food provided along with activities for the kids! Stop on by to learn fire prevention tips while having fun!... (Full Story)

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Lieutenant Michael Stamets, July 02

The Nancy Run Fire Company would like to recognize Breaths for Pets for their donation of four pet oxygen mask kits to compliment our rescue equipment. These kits will allow us to better serve our community while providing critical life-saving oxygen to animals in the event of an emergency.

The kits will be placed on our primary apparatus and members will receive training on the use of each kit.

According ... (Full Story & Photos)


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