On February 22nd, at 9:36 AM, Station 2 was dispatched for a vehicle fire in the area of Cybus Way and Redwood Drive. Battalion Chief 2 was on location with a well involved engine compartment in the roadway with no exposures. Rescue 2 extinguished the vehicle. No injuries were reported.
Its been a long couple of days for the volunteers at Southampton Fire Company. Throughout the storm, we totaled 75 calls for emergencies related to ice and snow. The members are very proud that we are able to provide outstanding service to our neighbors, despite many of us having lost power ourselves. In the coming days, there is a call for another heavy snow storm. We ask all residents to look at the hydrants in their yards and adopt them for snow removal. Below are two photos showing an approved clean out and a rejected clean out. Please take the time to adopt your local hydrant and clear out around it after the storm to make our job much easier. In the event of an emergency, every second counts… no one should get hurt because a hydrant wasn’t shoveled out.
Hey Kids! Santa Claus will take a quick break from his Christmas preparations and make one last check of his naughty and nice list in Southampton. On Saturday, December 21, 2013 (rain date: Sunday, December 22), members of the Southampton Fire Company will escort Santa around town on a fire truck between 9:00am and 3:00pm. Listen for the sirens and horns on your street, and be sure to come outside and greet him. Santa’s helpers will give out candycanes to you kids. But don’t run out into the street. Just stand on your lawn; Santa’s helpers will greet you there.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.
Jul 12th 2013 6:16pm
1300 blk of Gravel Hill Rd
Deputy Chief 2 arrived on scene with fire through the roof of a one story single family dwelling. Command requested the box filled out. All companies in service with exterior operations. Due to a full roof collapse an excavator was brought in to assist in the extinguishment of the dwelling.
A Thanks goes to Feasterville, Warminster, Northampton, Lower Southampton and Trevose Fire Companies, Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad and Tinari Contractors.
Stop in to Go Bananas on Second Street Pike in Southampton and mention Wheels for Ken Kline or Southampton Fire Co – a portion of your order will benefit the Wheels for Ken Kline effort! The fundraiser runs all day, and the Southampton Fire Company will be on hand with fire prevention information.
We will be raffling off $50 Go Bananas gift card at the end of the weekend, so be sure to stop in!
May 4 – 6 PM to 11 PM – Southampton Day Camp
Join us for a night of food, music, drinks, and fun to benefit the Wheels for Ken Kline effort! Tickets are $35 apiece and are expected to sell quickly, so reserve yours today by emailing email@example.com.
Stay tuned for more updates, and thanks in advance for all your continued support!
SFC congratulates Glenn McKenney on serving as Chief for the past 13 years – thanks for bringing us home safe! Best of luck to our new Chief, Tom Brown, and the rest of our 2013 officers:
Chief: Tom Brown
Deputy Chief: Glenn McKenney
Assistant Chief: Todd Hanefeld
Battalion Chief: Chris Defortuna
Captain: Mark Showmaker
Lieutenant: Kevin Kline
Lieutenant: Jeff Kramer
Lieutenant: Jared Sandler
Lieutenant: Mike Lorenz