Skippack Crews Kept Busy
By Assistant Chief Keith Grierson
June 18, 2020

Skippack Fire crews were kept busy with three calls for service in less than 20 hours. The first call for service came at 21:21 Tuesday evening. The Montgomery County Communications Center dispatched Station 86 to assist Station 89 Harlesville Community Fire Company on a well-off barn fire. The job in the 400 block of Mainland Road in Lower Saldord kept crews busy until about midnight.

At 11:23 Wednesday, Skippack Fire Company was distpatched for an appliance fire in the 2000 block of Serendipity Way in Skippack. Additional information reported a fire in the oven, but confined inside. Arriving crews worked to ensure the fire was out, there was no extension and the home was ventilated.

At 14:36 crews returned to Lower Salford assisting Station 89 on a vehicle rescue rollover. The crash occurred in the area of Moyer Road and Oak Drive.