Hartsville Fire Company

2018 Incidents
Jan 29
Feb 20
Mar 29
Total 78

Past Incidents
2017 264
2016 285
2015 248
2014 251
2013 181
2012 254

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Apr 22, 2018

Welcome to the Official Website for the Hartsville Fire Company

In with the new & out with the old!

Member , April 14

Last look at our 1998 Pierce engine before it leaves the station for good. It's being replaced by a 2018 Pierce Saber. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member John Ardiff, April 08

Busy weekend for Hartsville. Saturday morning our volunteers were standing by supporting the annual Brad Fox Walk/run. We are proud to support this run for a great cause and in memory of a great man. Www.officerbradfox5k.com

Sunday morning our volunteers were in the station bright and early for an apparatus maintenance class. This class is part 1 of 4 classes to get our members nationally certified ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 93

Member John Ardiff, March 31

This morning at 0800 our 1998 Pierce was taken out of service. Members were on station to transfer hose and equipment to our new 2018 Pierce Saber. Our new engine 93 was delivered earlier this month. Members have been training on the new engine since its arrival, and will continue to train for another week or so. The new engine is expected to go into service in a few more days after some final pieces ... (Full Story & Photos)

1998 Pierce Saber and 2018 Pierce Saber
1998 Pierce Saber and 2018 Pierce Saber

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News Desk , March 28

Dr. Ken Lavelle, medical director of Central Bucks EMS and Joe Hayes, Deputy Chief of Bucks County Rescue Squad, presented Stop the Bleed program to members of Hartsville and Warminster Fire Companies.

Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign and a call to action. It is intended to cultivate efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding ... (Full Story & Photos)

Kidde Smoke Alarm Recall

Member John Merritt, March 22

Models of Affected Product: Kidde Dual Sensor (Photoelectric and Ionization) Smoke Alarms – Models PI2010 and PI9010

Hazard: A yellow protective cap in limited instances may have been left on one of the two smoke sensors in affected products during the manufacturing process, which could compromise the smoke alarms’ ability to detect smoke.

Remedy: Replace affected smoke alarms that contain the yellow ... (Full Story & Photos)

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