Skippack Fire Company

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Past Incidents
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259 257 280 241

2022 2021
Jan 05 11
Feb 21
Mar 20
Apr 17
May 19
Jun 30
Jul 13
Aug 19
Sep 58
Oct 25
Nov 14
Dec 13
Total 05 261




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Welcome to the Official Website for the Skippack Fire Company

The Skippack Fire Company is a 100% volunteer organization, responding to 261 calls for service in 2021. The Skippack Fire Company operates out of one station, which provides primary fire and rescue protection to the residents and businesses of Skippack Township and those visiting and traveling through town.
December 2021 Fire Report

Keith Grierson, January 04

Skippack Fire Company Fire Report - December 2021

Members in Service For 86.5 Hours

Call Nature:

3 Fire Alarm 21.43%
2 Building Fire - Residential 14.29%
1 Building Investigation 7.14%
1 Cardiac Arrest 7.14%
1 Field Fire/Controlled Burn 7.14%
1 Smoke in the Area 7.14%
1 Technical Rescue 7.14%
1 Unknown ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Keith Grierson, January 01

Happy New Year from Tiller and your friends at the Skippack Fire Company. ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Years Safety

Assistant Chief Keith Grierson, December 27


Drinking: While this goes under the “common sense” rule, it still must be said, DON’T SIT YOUR DRINK DOWN ANYWHERE! A lot of times people are too trusting within their surroundings and tend to put their drink down where anyone can get to it, keep your drink with you. Even if you have to go to the bathroom, either take it with your or give it to a close friend of yours. Whatever ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Chief Keith Grierson, December 25

Merry Christmas from your friends at the Skippack Fire Company!
... (Full Story & Photos)

Holiday Fire Safety

Assistant Chief Keith Grierson, December 21

When you’re decorating your home for the holidays, electrical safety usually isn’t the first thing on your mind. But it’s important to make sure your electrical decorations are safe for your home and don’t pose a fire hazard. Broken wires, improper hanging methods, and overloading outlets can cause problems. According to the ESFI (Electrical Safety Foundation International), 25% of holiday fires are ... (Full Story & Photos)

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