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Honey Brook Fire Company
2023 Responses
Jan 26
Feb 22
Mar 27
Apr 0
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 75

2023 Runs
Working Fires 1
Pin Jobs 0
Water Rescue 0
Assists 2

Past Responses
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
2009 265
Total 4158


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Engine Co. Assists in West Brandywine

HBFC, March 15

At 0158 this morning, Station 33 was alerted to assist the East Brandywine Fire Company (49) for a reported house fire on Patriot lane, in West Brandywine Township. Engines 33-5 and 33-1 responded with 12 volunteers. First arriving 49 units found a large barn well involved, with exposure to additional structures. Engine 33-5 arrived as the 3rd due engine and immediately began assisting with fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

Dry Conditions Make For a Busy Wednesday

HBFC, March 09

Honey Brook Volunteers stayed busy on Wednesday, responding to four calls for service. The first occurred at 10:30 when Brush 33 and Engine 33-5 responded to assist the East Brandywine Fire Company (49) for a brush fire on Hadfield Rd, in East Brandywine Township. At 12:06, Station 33 made a full-company response assisting the White Horse Fire Company for a reported house fire on Narvon Rd, Lancaster ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Courtesy GSFR39
Courtesy GSFR39

Rescue & Engine Respond to Working Fire in East Earl

HBFC, March 04

At 17:19 last evening, Station 33 was dispatched to assist Lancaster Station 39 (GSFR) for a building fire in East Earl Twp. Both Captain 33A and Rescue 33 made the initial response. First arriving 39 units found a 40’x80’ commercial building with smoke showing from all sides. With the RIT assignment already filled, the crew from Rescue 33 assisted with opening up the building, fire suppression, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Working Dwelling Fire Box 3308

HBFC, February 13

At 0132 this morning, Station 33 along with numerous mutual aid companies were dispatched to the 700 block of Talbotville Rd. in Honey Brook Township for a Dwelling. Within minutes of dispatch, Deputy 33, Engine 33-1, and Engine 33-5 responded.

Deputy 33 arrived to find a mobile home with smoke showing, and quickly requested the working fire dispatch. A 360 of the home revealed fire showing from ... (Full Story & Photos)

Crew of Engine 33-1 from left to right: LT. Plank, A. King, J. Davis, Chief Kern, Chief Engineer K. Jackson Jr. and W. Fester.
Crew of Engine 33-1 from left to right: LT. Plank, A. King, J. Davis, Chief Kern, Chief Engineer K. Jackson Jr. and W. Fester.

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HBFC, February 11

At 0920 Friday morning, Station 33 was alerted to the intersection of Compass Rd. and Cambridge Rd. for a vehicle accident. Rescue 33 and Engine 33-1 arrived to find a two-vehicle accident partially blocking the intersection. Crews from 33 controlled hazards and provided patient care until the arrival of EMS.

While operating at the accident scene, a second call was dispatched for an injured person ... (Full Story & Photos)

HBFC Hosts Step Up and Lead Class

HBFC, February 06

Saturday the Honey Brook Fire Company had the honor of hosting Kearny NJ Fire Department’s retired Deputy Chief and very successful Author Frank Viscuso . Frank spent his Saturday with us presenting his Step Up & Lead seminar to an audience of over 200 fire and business personnel from multiple counties. Deputy Chief Viscuso’s words inspire for stronger more positive leadership and teamwork traits ... (Full Story & Photos)

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HBFC, January 27

Today at 1300 hours Engine 33-5 was dispatched to relocate to the Union Fire Company No.1 of Oxford. Numerous southern Chester and Lancaster County fire companies were battling a two alarm barn fire in Colerain Township, Lancaster County. Engine 33-5 responded with a crew of six and arrived at Station 21 at 1349 hours. At 1450 Hours Engine 33-5 was dispatched along with Engine 37-2 who was also on ... (Full Story & Photos)

Honey Brook Orders New Engine

HBFC, January 25

The Honey Brook Fire Company is proud to announce the ordering of our new Pierce Enforcer Engine! This engine will replace our 2004 Pierce Dash Engine and serve as our primary fire suppression piece. We want to thank Glick Fire Equipment Company and Pierce Manufacturing for their work in designing and manufacturing this new engine. We also want to thank Honey Brook Borough and Honey Brook Township ... (Full Story & Photos)

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