Yardley-Makefield Fire Co
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NewsSunday, August 18, 2019

For the week of May 20th through May 26th the all-volunteer Yardley Makefield Fire Company responded to 12 calls.

May 20 — Dispatched for two calls. The first call was for a fully involved trash truck fire on I-295, just south of the Yardley Newtown exit. The second call was for an apartment fire at the Polo Run apartments, on Yardley Langhorne Road.

May 21 — Dispatched for three calls. The first call was for an activated fire alarm at a business on East Afton Avenue, near Canal Street. The second call was for a brush fire on Woodside Road, near Delaware Rim Drive. The third call was for burning electrical wires in the basement of the Yardley Inn, on East Afton Avenue.

May 22 — Dispatched for burning electrical wires that were torn down by a truck on West College Avenue, near Penn Valley Drive.

May 23 — Dispatched for an activated fire alarm at the Grey Nuns D’Youville Manor, on Quarry Road.

May 24 — Dispatched for two calls. The first call was for an activated fire alarm at a home on Jenny Drive, in the Ashley Estates development. The second call was for an activated fire alarm at St. John’s Parish Center, on Big Oak Road.

May 26 — Dispatched for three calls. The first call was for a car fire near a home on Silverwood Drive, in the Dolington Estates development. The second call was for burning electrical wires on a pole in front of a home on Letchworth Avenue. The third call was for a fire at Rittenhouse Village Nursing Home, on Township Line Road.

Year to date, the all-volunteer Yardley Makefield Fire Company responded to 228 calls. For more information and pictures about the fire company, please go to www.yardleymakefieldfire.com  . New members are always welcomed. No experience necessary. We will train you.