Compiled by Larry Newman
cor the week of Sept. 17 to 23 the all-volunteer YDrdley-0Dkefield Fire Company responded to 10 calls.
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SE37. 18 - DisSDWFhed for Wwo FDlls. 7he firsW FDll wDs for Eurning eleFWri- FDl wires down on RiFhie LDne neDr GloriD LDne. The second call was for Dn DFWiYDWed fire DlDrm DW D home on .irkEride CirFle in Whe 3Dlmer FDrm deYelopment.
SE37. 19 - DisSDWFhed for Wwo FDlls. 7he firsW FDll wDs for Dn DFWiYDWed fire DlDrm DW Arden CourWs 1ursing Home on SWony Hill RoDd. 7he seFond FDll wDs for Dn DFWiYDWed fire DlDrm DW D home on WDrd DriYe in Whe YDrdley HunW deYeloSmenW.
SE37. 20 - DisSDWFhed for Wwo FDlls. 7he firsW FDll wDs for Dn DFWiYDWed fire alarm at the water treatment plant on Edgewood RoDd. 7he seFond FDll wDs for Dn DFWiYDWed fire alarm at a home on DolingWon RoDd neDr QuDrry RoDd.
SE37. 21 - DisSDWFhed for Wwo FDlls. 7he firsW FDll wDs for D muWuDl Did DssisW Wo 1ewWown (SWDWion 45) for 7ower 80 Dnd ResFue 0 Wo resSond for D Euilding fire DW LoFkheed 0DrWin on CDmSus DriYe. The second call was for a muWuDl Did DssisW Wo LDnghorne (SWDWion 21) for Engine 80 Wo resSond for D Euilding fire DW D Eusiness on West Cabot Boulevard.
SE37. 23 - DisSDWFhed for D muWuDl Did DssisW Wo 0orrisYille (SWDWion 98) for ResFue 0 Wo resSond for Dn DSDrWmenW fire DW ColoniDl GDrdens on 3lDza Boulevard.
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More than 1,000 police cars, ambulances and fire trucks from Pennsylvania and New Jersey made the journey on Sept. 19 from Plymouth Township to the Washington Crossing National Cemetery in Upper Makefield Township - the final resting place for slain Plymouth Township Police Department K-9 Officer Bradley Fox. Fox, a seven year police veteran with the Plymouth Township Police Department and a U.S. Marine who served two tours of duty in Iraq, was killed in the line of duty on Sept. 13 after pursuing a hit-and-run suspect. Members of the community, police officers, riders from the Warriors Watch, Upper Makefield Fire Company, Lingohocken Fire Company, and Yardley-Makefield Fire Company lined the procession route along Lindenhurst Road paying their final respects to Officer Bradley.