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Honey Brook Fire Company
2024 Responses
Jan 28
Feb 34
Mar 33
Apr 27
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 122

2024 Runs
Working Fires 6
Pin Jobs 0
Water Rescue 0
Assists 5

Past Responses
2023 346
2022 346
2021 308
2020 269
2019 324
2018 299
2017 308
2016 289
2015 267
2014 291
2013 277
2012 326
2011 300
2010 289
Total 4239


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HBFC, May 11

The Honey Brook Fire Company annual consignment auction is on Friday evening May 10th and Saturday May 11th. Please see the attached ad for more information. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Working Structure Fire in West Caln Township

HBFC, April 16

At 19:39 last evening, Station 33 was dispatched full-company to assist the Wagontown Fire Company (35) for a reported garage fire in West Caln Township. Initial reports stated a detached garage on fire, with exposure to the dwelling. Chief 35 arrived at the 100 block of Kaolin Rd. and confirmed a 30' x 30' two-story, detached garage that was well off and had fire in the dwelling, which was only ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo Credit: Irish Eyez Photography
Photo Credit: Irish Eyez Photography

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HBFC, April 14

It was a busy day for the Honey Brook Volunteers, handling four emergency calls along with our semi-annual chicken bbq fundraising event. As some members were getting the grills started for the day, Station 33 along with Ladder 69 (TVFD) were dispatched to the 500 block of Pleasant View Rd for a Chimney Fire. Chief 33 arrived first and confirmed an active chimney fire. Crews from Engines 33-1, ... (Full Story & Photos)

HBFC Chicken BBQ

HBFC, April 13

The Honey Brook Fire Company will be having a chicken BBQ this Saturday April 13th. See the attached ad for more information. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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HBFC, April 11

At 03:44 this morning, Station 33 was alerted to assist Station 35 (Wagontown) for a reported garage fire on the 700 block of W. Kings Highway, in West Caln Township. First arriving 35 units had fire showing from a large detached garage. Engine 35 arrived and laid a 5" supply line from the end of the driveway to the scene and initiated the fire attack. Rescue 33 and Engine 33-5 established RIT ... (Full Story & Photos)

Large Outside Fire on Streamfield Ln.

HBFC, April 10

At 05:20 this morning, Station 33 was alerted for a reported brush fire on the 600 block of Beaver Dam Rd, in Honey Brook Township. Brush 33 arrived to find a large pile of heavy timbers going off of Streamfield Ln. and requested an additional tanker to the scene. Engines 33-5 and 33-1 stretched lines to extinguish the fire, while Engine 48-5 assisted with shuttling water to the scene. All units ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Weekly Training Continues at HBFC

HBFC, March 26

Weekly training continued on Monday evening, this time at the Chester County Public Safety Training Center. Ten members participated in the "Pressurized Water Can Firefighting" course, which focused on utilization of the 2.5 gallon water can. Simultaneously, back at Station 33, members trained on hydrant operations and hose line deployment.

Shortly after returning to the station, Chief 33, Engines ... (Full Story & Photos)

Working House Fire on Maple St.

HBFC , March 23

At 05:36 this morning, the Honey Brook Fire Company along with mutual aid were dispatched to the 800 block of Maple Street in Honey Brook Borough for an apartment fire. Chief 33 arrived and reported fire showing from the roof of a 2.5 story dwelling, requested the working fire dispatch, and established command. Engine 33-1 arrived as the first-due engine, established it's own water supply and stretched ... (Full Story & Photos)

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