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Freemansburg Fire Company assists Lower Saucon Twp. on 2-Alarm House Fire

Posted by Captain Nicholas Santiago - 2015-01-27 - Incidents 2015-01-26 Rossi Weidaw entering house in LS Twp

Members of the Freemansburg Fire Company were happy to assist Lower Saucon fire companies on their second alarm house fire on Monday morning. Pictured here are two Freemansburg firefighters working their way into the residence on Highland Drive. Companies from Northampton, Lehigh and Bucks counties responded to this incident.

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Who’s up for pizza?

Posted by Captain Nicholas Santiago - 2015-01-24 - Events Matey's Logo

Members of the Freemansburg Fire Company are selling Matey’s Gourmet Frozen Pizzas to raise funds for much-needed fire suppression and safety equipment.

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Firefighters Respond to Brush Fire on Freemansburg Avenue

Posted by Captain Nicholas Santiago - 2014-11-24 - Incidents FFC members look over the brush fire while running command post operations.

Members of the Freemansburg Fire Company were alerted to and responded to a reported brush fire in the 1600 block of Freemansburg Avenue. This property, a mulch plant that straddles the line between Freemansburg and Bethlehem Township, had a large mulch fire burning.

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We’re back!

Posted by Captain Nicholas Santiago - 2014-11-05 - FFC Blog

After a long-running issue with our hosting provider, our fire company’s website is back. We hope to have up-to-date information populated throughout the site soon, as well as up-to-date information on training and incidents. Feel free to reach out if you think we’re missing something you’d like to see here.

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The Fight of a Lifetime

Posted by Captain Nicholas Santiago - 2013-11-16 - FFC Blog

This is your town. We are your fire company. Our volunteer firefighters are your friends and neighbors. We’re here to serve you.

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