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York Street Dwelling Fire
On March 13, 2017, crews from the Newtown Fire Association and Northampton Township Fire Company were dispatched to a reported dwelling fire on York Street in Newtown Township. Chief 45 called in the incident, and reported a working fire with heavy fire on Side A. Crews from the Upper Makefield Fire Company, Langhorne-Middletown Fire Company, and Yardley-Makefield Fire Company were added to the assignment. Crews worked to quickly contain the fire.
NFA 2017 Budget
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Stoopville Road Dwelling Fire
On July 17, 2016, crews from the Newtown Fire Association were dispatched to a reported dwelling fire in the 100 block of Stoopville Road. Deputy 45 arrived on scene with heavy smoke showing and the assignment was upgraded to a working fire, adding crews from the Upper Makefield Fire Company, Lingohocken Fire Company, Northampton Fire Company and Langhorne-Middletown Fire Company. Crews worked to quickly contain the fire.
Upper Makefield Building Fire
On Saturday March 12, Ladder 45 and Rescue 45 responded to assist the Upper Makefield Fire Company at a building fire on Old Dolington Road. Crews were in service for approximently four hours performing fire suppression.
Buckingham Barn Fire
On Wednesday January 6, Engine 55-1 and Engine 55 responded to assist the Lingohocken Fire Company at a barn fire in Buckingham, along with the Northampton Fire Company and Warwick Fire Company. Crews were in service for two hours performing fire suppression.
Liberty St Garage Fire
On Wednesday November 18, just after midnight, firefighters from the Newtown Fire Association were dispatched to a report of a building fire on Liberty Street, directly across from Station 45. Shortly after being dispatched, the assignment was upgraded to “address of fire” as police arrived on scene and reported a working fire in a detached garage. Rescue 45, Engine 55, Ladder 45, Chief 45, Chief 252, Deputy 45 and Battalion 45 quickly arrived on scene and worked to quickly extinguish the fire and prevent further extension. A neighbor who called 911 to report the fire noted that their dog alerted them to the incident by barking.