Lower Southampton Fire Department

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Thursday, July 28, 2016 3pm to 8pm  

   


 

2016 Officers

Saturday, January 16, 2016  Fire Officers

Chief - Steven Krippel

Deputy - Stephen Brookes

Assistant - John Boyle

Battalion - Dan Walsh

Captain - Glenn Seymour

Lieutenant - Tom Herb

Lieutenant - Joe McFadden

Lieutenant - Kevin Jurgelewicz

Lieutenant - Marty Hejner

Safety Officer - Ron Riccobene

Chief Engineer - Jim Taylor

Engineer - Chris Dixon

Engineer - Paul Sch... [ more ]

   


 

Santa is coming to town!!!!!

 Santa Clause is coming to the Lower Southampton Fire Department's area on 19 December 2015. Be alert for the fire sirens roaming around town during the day and come on our to greet Santa and his helpers! 




Stay safe and keep alert. Even though the weather is warm now, roads can be slick and dangerous! 

Merry Christmas!!!!!!!!

   


 

Members Always Wanted and Needed

Tuesday, December 1, 2015  Our department is always growing and always looking for new members. Help support your community. Many different volunteer opportunities are available. From Fire Fighter, Junior Fire Fighter, Fire Police and Associate Member. If you haven't thought about serving your community, take this opportunity to consider if one of these positions could suit you. Call or email to find out more information and to perhaps sit down with an officer/member to ask some questions and find out more. Take a look... [ more ]

     


 

Trick or Treat is a Serious Topic!

Almost time to put on your costume. Almost time to grab you candy bag to collect your loot. But what is really inside that bag of yours? Does anyone look at the "treats" that are given out? See the attached photos that touches on these important safety tips for your trick or treaters!!  Be safe this Halloween.








     


 

Never forget those gave all they had

Friday, September 11, 2015  Remember the turn of event that happened on that fateful day...


• American Airlines Flight 11: a Boeing 767 aircraft, departed Boston's Logan Airport at 7:59 a.m. en route to Los Angeles with a crew of 11 and 76 passengers, not including five hijackers. The hijackers flew the plane into the North Tower of the World Trade Center at 8:46 a.m
• 9:03 a.m.
• United Airlines Flight 175: a Boeing 767 aircraft, departed Logan Airport at 8:14 a.m. en route to Los ... [ more ]

     



 

Events Upcoming

Be sure to take a look at our calendar for upcoming events. Two new fundraising events are coming up in just two weeks. Take a look at the flyer(s) to learn more or click on calendar just to the left. Hope to see you there. Stay Safe.


     



 

Remembering Those who Served and are Serving

Station 6 as well as Feasterville Fire Co (Station 1) attended a Memorial Ceremony at the Christian Life Center in Bensalem, Pa to help honor those who served in the branches of Military as well as all First Responders, Police, EMT's or Fire Fighters. Quint 6 and Ladder 1 assisted in raising the American Flag at the entrance of CLC and provided visitors a photo op and to sit in the trucks. We always remember those who have given so much to protect us and those who are continuing to protect us... [ more ]

     



 

TRAINING TRAINING TRAINING!!

To quote a Bill Murray movie which describes this week so far for the Lower Southampton Fire Dept... "Where have you been soldier?"

"Training, sir."

"Training, sir!"

"What kind of training?"

"Army training, sir."

"Army training, sir!"




It has been preached in several "Firehouse" magazine articles, Facebook group topic discussions and within every single firehouse, training.... you need to train ... [ more ]

     



 

Celebrate the Fourth Safely

The grill is hot, food tastes great and the kids are running around with Sparklers awaiting the big booms of fireworks that will rain over the sky come darkness. Lets take a second to recognize some of the concerns of that image.... What safety concerns do you see or think of?!


July 4th is a holiday where many don't think of the dangers, all caught up in the celebration of independence. According to the NFPA, The risk of fireworks injury was highest for young people ages 0-4, f... [ more ]

     


 
 
 

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