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Congratulations to Firefighter Jeffrey Horvath,

Congratulations to Firefighter Jeffrey Horvath, who graduated this evening from Montgomery County’s Fire Academy with his Firefighter I.
Jeffrey has firefighting and service in his blood! His father, Doc Ed Horvath is a firefighter with Towamencin, and his mother, Tammy, is a member of our Ladies Auxiliary.

Well done, Jeffrey!

 

Who’s shopping on Amazon today

Who’s shopping on Amazon today for Prime Day?

Make sure you’re visiting https://smile.amazon.com and select Towamencin Fire as your charity of choice! You can still use your prime account and get those deals

 

HAPPY PRIME DAY! Remember to

HAPPY PRIME DAY!

Remember to visit Amazon Smile and select Towamencin Fire to receive a donation with your purchase! No extra cost, and Amazon deals for you! It’s a win-win!

 

We have to share our

We have to share our brothers and sisters in blue and their Lip Sync Challenge!

Good work Towamencin Township Police Department 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

 
 

Happy #throwbackthursday Taking it to one

Happy #throwbackthursday

Taking it to one of the cover stories of July 14, 1975 when heavy rains flooded the area causing a vehicle and its occupant to be swept into the Skippack Creek at the Mainland Bridge on Sumneytown Pike. The occupants were rescued after heroic efforts were made by Asst Chief Robert Moyer and firefighter Lonnie Miller.

The bridge was washed out. And a tree that had fallen into the creek was also removed causing the car to get sucked under the bridge due to the swift currents caused by the rain.

 
 

Today is a nice break

Today is a nice break from the summer heat.

Here’s some helpful tips for surviving the summer heat from the PA Department of Health. ☀️

 

It’s #throwbackthursday and today we

It’s #throwbackthursday and today we visit July 3, 1972.

Pictured below is the smoldering remains of a barn on Donald Fretz’s property. Donald Fretz was the assistant chief of Fairmount Fire Company - Lansdale, Pennsylvania at the time but resided on Allentown Road in Towamencin township.

The barn and contents were completely destroyed, totaling over $10,000 in damage.

Companies that assisted Towamencin on this call were Fairmount and Worcester Volunteer Fire Company.

 

Please safe this evening! Firework

Please safe this evening!

Firework injuries are preventable - use caution!

 

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