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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Members help clear hydrants between storms

You may have seen us out and about in your neighborhood. Doylestown volunteers took time during the middle of the storm to clear out hydrants around town. We couldn’t get everywhere, so please make sure your hydrant is cleared off.

The storm continues tonight with another round of heavy snow. Please be safe out there.

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Ruptured Tank Spills Oil Into Neshaminy Tributary

On Tuesday, February 11th, Doylestown Fire Company was dispatched to assist with a tank rupture which leaked 200 gallons of oil into a tributary of the Neshaminy Creek. Firefighters responded and applied their training and expertise to trap and remove the oil before it made its way out of the tributary.

Photos Courtesy of Stephanie from the Intelligencer

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