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UPDATE 02/01/16: SOLD

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Winter Storm Jonas
Thursday, February 4, 2016 
With winter storm Jonas well behind us and clean up starting to dwindle, we can finally update our community. During the storm members answered many calls, many which were EMS related. Brush 75 answered many of these calls with ease. The 5 ton truck was no match for the accumulated snow piles. Brush 75 was able to open up pathways and assit the squad. As darkness fell, MTVFC received a call to help two surgeons get into the hospital. Brush 75 responded and delivered both doctors without ease. We are very fortunate to have added this truck to our fleet and look forward to many years to come with it.

Fuel Spill at local Wawa
Tuesday, January 19, 2016 
Engine 57 was dispatched to the local Wawa for a fuel spill. Engine 57 and Battalion 57 (Barker) went en route and received the report of a white work truck with a ladder on top spilled a large amount of fuel at the pumps while attempting to fill the vehicle. Upon arrival crews found approximately 5 gallons spilled on the ground. Crews contained the spill and turned the absorbent material over to Wawa to discard as per their company policy. Crews went available within the hour.

Engine 57 dispatched with Station 56
Tuesday, January 12, 2016 
Engine 57 was dispatched at 7:12 PM with station 56 (Richland Township Fire & Rescue) for the fire alarm system. Upon arrival of Assistant 56 (Coughenour) it was determined that a sprinkler head was accidentally activated. He held the assignment to station 56 apparatus and recalled Engine 57. Engine 57 was available within 10 minutes of dispatch.

Reported Dwelling Fire
Monday, January 11, 2016 
Crews were dispatched to a reported dwelling fire at 11:39 PM for the report of a smell of smoke from the basement with no flames seen and a heater running. Crew arrived on scene and investigated. Crews determined it was a malfunctioning oil burner. Crews ventilated and were available within the hour.

Prevent Chimney Fires
Chimney Fire
   Chimney Fire
Tuesday, January 5, 2016 
Chimney maintenance and proper cleaning are key steps to keeping your family safe and warm as the temperatures drop. Neglected chimneys accumulate creosote, a combustible byproduct of charred wood, along their walls. Add to that a high internal flue temperature and you've got a potentially dangerous chimney fire on your hands. The best way to avoid a house fire caused by the fireplace or chimney is to hire a professional chimney sweep to inspect for cracks and loose bricks. They will also clean your chimney.

NFPA Heating Safety Tips
Pictures with Santa
Saturday, December 5, 2015 
Why wait in line at the mall when you can get your photograph taken with Santa at Milford Township Volunteer Fire Company?  Bring your family, friends, and pets on Saturday, December 5th from 9am-1pm (Pets must be leashed). Our professional photographer will take your photo and it will be printed on site! 
Continue to check our website or Milford Township Fire Department Facebook page for updates!

Annual Open House / Tower 57 Housing Ceremony
Saturday, October 10, 2015 
MTVFC is holding their annual Open House! Come out to see fire safety demonstrations. MTVFC has contacted numerous agencies to come also. These agencies include but are not yet confirmed: Quakertown Police K9 Unit, JeffSTAT Helicopter, Bucks County Fire Marshall's Office, & Northern Bucks Wildland Crew. We are also having fire department water battles for senior members and junior members in the afternoon. Other demonstrations are also in the works. Come out and visit your local fire company!

Friday, September 11, 2015 
Fourteen years ago our nation came under attack in the most tragic event on USA soil since Pearl Harbor. Today isn't just another ordinary day for emergency responders. Today is a constent reminder of the tragedy of the World Trade Centers, the Pentagon, and Flight 93. Please take some time today to thank an emergency responder, and remember the victims and their families on this day of rememberance.

Passing of Life Member Merrill Foley
It is with deep regret that the Officer's and Members of the Milford Township Volunteer Fire Company #1 announce the death of Life Member Merrill Foley. Merrill held numerous executive positions as well as being an active firefighter at MTVFC for many years. Merrill also helped restore a 1962 Ford F-600 fire truck that was made in tribute to the firefighters who lost their lives on 9/11. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, September 9, 2015 at 7:00 PM at Naugle Funeral and Cremation Service located at 135 West Pumping Station Road, Quakertown, Pennsylvania. A time for friends and family to call will precede the service from 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM at the funeral home.

Full Box at Nursing Home
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 
BOX 57-80 was transmitted at 1:55 am to Life Quest Nursing Home for an odor of smoke. Tower 57 arrived on scene and laddered side C and gained access to the roof. Crews from 18, 58, and 17 investigated inside for the source of the odor.

Odor of Smoke
Sunday, July 26, 2015 
MTVFC was dispatched last night at 21:20 hours to the WaWa for an odor of smoke in the electrical room. Interior crews investigated and found the source to be related to the server cabinet.

Congratulations to Lt. Wolf and Desiree Noga
Tuesday, July 14, 2015 17:57
The family here at MTVFC keeps getting bigger. We extended our congratulations to Eric and Desiree on the birth of their beautiful baby girl Liliana Marie.

Tower 57 1st Run
Sunday, June 28, 2015 
Tower 57 responding, with the Chief, on its first call on Sunday June 28, 2015 to a residential fire alarm.

Tower 57's 1st Run
Propane Leak
Thursday, June 4, 2015 
MTVFC was dispatched yesterday to the area of Spinnerstown Rd and Evelyn Ln for a 250 gallon propane tank leaking. C57 arrived on scene to confirm the leak and requested an addition Engine and Rescue company to assist. Crews from MTVFC and Trumbauersville FD secured the leak and remained on scene until the gas company arrived.

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