Lancaster County Station 33

100% Volunteer

Serving the Eastern End of Brecknock Township

Total Calls
2013     117
2012     140
2011     133

Calls 2014

January

10

February

15

March

11

April

0

May

0

June

0

July

0

August

0

September

0

October

0

November

0

December

0

Bowmansville Fire Company

 

 

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Since 11-21-2006

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146 West Maple Grove Rd
P.O. Box 302 Bowmansville, PA 17507
Phone 717-445-6293
Fax      717-445-8271
Email  bvfc33@bowmansvillefire.com
 

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09/14/12 The Bowmansville Fire company was dispatched around 13:18 hours for a reported vehicle accident stand-by in the area of 522 Yellow Hill rd. Engine 33-1 and squad 33-1 responded along with deputy33 (Good), Assistant 33 (Leinbach) to find a dump truck that went off the road and took off a electrical pole. While at the call squad 33-1 ran back to station 33 for road closed signs and while on their way back to yellow hill they noticed smoke in the Greenbrier development and went to investigate. They came across a house fire on Cedar st. and called it in.

Vehicle Accident Stand- By

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09/14/12 While at a vehicle accident stand-by station 33 was dispatched to a reported dwelling fire in the area of 134 cedar st. All station 33 units responded to the second call along with multiple other units and Deputy 33 (Good) took command and Asst. Chief 33 (Leinbach) took operations. The fire went to second alarm along with engine 72 berks (brecknock), tanker 17-2 (smokestown) stood by in station 33.

Second Alarm Dwelling Fire

BOWMANSVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY

100 YEARS OF DEDICATION TO OUR COMMUNITY

Station 33 Anniversary Celebration

 On Friday May 17th the Bowmansville Fire Company held a 100th year anniversary celebration which started out with a parade at 6:30 pm. Multiple fire units from around the county participated along with our local township supervisor and county commissioners and local politicians. After the parade ended at station 33 there was a small ceremony and dedication on our currently refurbished bell that is now housed in front of station 33. The night ended with a fireworks show. Thank you to everyone who helped make this day possible and to everyone who came out to the station to show your support.

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Make-A-Wish Convoy

05/12/13 Once again this year station 33 was proud to take an engine to the annual mothers day Make-A-Wish parade. This year captain Torrey Sensenig and his family took engine 33-1 up to Lancaster for the parade and they took a Make -A-Wish child along again this year.

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MOBILE HOME FIRE IN BERKS COUNTY

11/16/13 On saturday morning at 11:45 hours Station 33 was dispatched to Berks county, 61 Penn Sylvan Dr. for a reported mobile home fire.Chief 33 (Good) responded along with Engine 33-1, Engine 33-2 along with Tanker 32 (Fivepointville), Rescue 30 (Weaverland Valley) to assist Berks station 72 (Brecknock). With Chief 72 arriving on location he reported a working fire. Engine 33-1 arrived and dropped a 5 inch line at the scene to supply engine 72 and tanker 72 and layed 400 feet to a pond for the water supply. The crews from Engine 33-1 and 33-2 helped at the fire scene with knock down and overhaul. All Station 33 units cleared the scene around 14:00 hours.

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REPORTED BUILDING FIRE IN BERKS

11/09/13 Station 33 was dispatched for a reported building fire in the area of the Berks County line on New Holland Rd (route 625). Chief 33 (Good) and asst. 33 (Martin) responded along with Engine 33-1 and Brush 33. After some time the location was found with a small brush fire endangering a structure. The fire was quickly knocked down and after a short time all station 33 units went available.