Lower Southampton Fire Department

Utility 6

This unit is for sale $5000 or best offer

This vehicle is a 2003 Ford Excursion XLT and has just under 165k miles on it. It has the Triton V10 motor and an automatic transmission. It is 4x4 with front lockout hubs. These hubs have recently been replaced as well as the brakes have been rebuilt only a few thousand miles ago. Recently inspected. Good tire life. PW,PL,PM. The vehicle seats 8 counting the back row which can be removed as well as fold down middle row. We are selling it so we can update our apparatus.  The emergency lights have been removed as well as the emergency equipment. This vehicle would make a great hunting or play vehicle. This apparatus is out of service for us and is ready to leave the lot. First reasonable offer takes it. Contact the station at 215-357-8517, best time being on Monday and Thursday evening from 7-9:30pm. Also, check out our Facebook page for contacting us.

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Santa Claus is Comin' to Town!!

"It's the most wonderful time of the year..." No, not because there is snow falling, or the traffic heading to the mall is horrendous... but what to my ears do I hear... the sound of Santa's sirens ringing clear!!

Yes, Santa is coming to our town again to visit the community before the big day! On December 20th, Santa will be escorted through the neighborhoods by the Lower Southampton Fire Dept. Listen for the sirens to announce Santa's arrival to your neighborhood. Santa will ... [ more ]



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The importance of Fire Prevention is a topic that can seem like Fire Fighters push hard on to a point where you become tired of hearing it. October is National Fire Prevention Month but it should not just be a focus for four weeks. We need to be conscious of fire prevention 365 - 24/7. With daylight savings time coming up be sure to check your batteries on your smoke detectors but also consider changing your detectors out for new, 10 year warranty smoke detectors; and better yet, smoke detect... [ more ]



Halloween Safety Tips

Tuesday, October 14, 2014  Halloween is a time for the kids to have fun, dress up, knock on their neighbors' doors and see who gets the most candy. Sounds like fun to any child; sounds risky to a parent or adult. Children may not understand the dangers or risks that are involved during tick or treating, such as is their costume reflective for traffic to see them? Are they carrying flashlights to help see where they are walking and also help traffic see them? Are they traveling in groups with a chaperone?

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Lower Southampton Fire Prevention

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Vehicle Fire Simulator Training

Monday, September 15, 2014   Some of the Members of the LSFD went to Ivyland Fire Department to partake in some training on the Vehicle Fire Simulator from the Bucks County Public Safety Training Center. This simulator provides a safe environment to train on how to handle a vehicle fire. The video here shows Seniz Warner, Kevin Jurgelewicz, and Greg Spector "putting out" the fire. This simulator works off of propane and while it is controlled can still push fire from under the hood and trunk lids. Watch as they wor... [ more ]



Pancake Breakfast

 Come on out and join the LSFD for a Pancake breakfast on 28 Sep at the Neshaminy Activity Center on Brownsville Road. Hope to see you there!. 



What is that Chill in the Air?

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Remember that there are some things that will be happening soon that ne... [ more ]




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Trainging for the worst

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To share in those lessons; when you see a medivac chopper coming in, never run to it. That is a key for the pi... [ more ]



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