Hartsville Fire Company

2020 Incidents
Jan 39
Feb 44
Mar 40
Apr 21
Total 144

Past Incidents
2019 589
2018 353
2017 264
2016 285
2015 248
2014 251
2013 181
2012 254

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Website Visitors
September 7, 2012
Visitors Today
May 27, 2020

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News Desk, May 26

***Important*** Hartsville Fire Company will not be a polling location this year. Those who normally vote at our station will go to the Willowdale Elementary school for voting.... (Full Story & Photos)

Thank You EMS

NewsDesk, April 18

As the curve begins to flatten, Hartsville Fire Company would like everyone to stop and thank the one first responder service that stepped up, while the rest of us stepped back. As we saw a rise in the infection rate, fire companies and police departments reduced their exposure with the general public and with each other. Roll calls, company meetings, and training were cancelled or taken to an online ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Newsdesk, April 06

Please continue to keep safe and healthy.

1) Stay home!

2) If you must go out, continue to socially distance at least 6 feet.

3) Utilize a Mask.

4) Wash your hands!

Hartsville Fire Company continues to provide the same level of service. We are all in this together.... (Full Story & Photos)

Box 92-06

News Desk , February 25

On February 20th, Hartsville Responded with Warminster Fire Department and multiple mutual aide departments to a reported dwelling fire at the corner of St. Charles Ave. and Park Heights Ave. Chief 29 (Warrington) arrived on scene with a working fire and established command. Engine 93 (Lt. Kirchner) arrived and assisted Engine 78 (Warrington) with fire attack. Squirt 93 (A/C Ardiff) arrived, established ... (Full Story & Photos)

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News Desk , February 20

Last night Hartsville Fire Company had the pleasure to host state representative Meghan Schroeder. PA State Rep. Meghan Schroeder met with local leaders in an informational work group to discuss the challenges facing emergency services. Leaders from Hartsville, Warminster Fire Department, Warwick Township Fire Company No. 1, Ivyland Fire-Company, and Midway Volunteer Fire Company. Thank you all who ... (Full Story & Photos)


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