OUR MISSION STATEMENT
"It is the mission of the Bell Township Volunteer Fire Department to protect the lives and property of the residents of Bell Township and surrounding Communities by providing the highest quality fire suppression and rescue services. We will continue to seek new opportunities to serve our neighbors and to strive for excellence in the services we provide, through continuing education and training".
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The Bell Twp Vfd responded for standby for Armstrong County Station 169 . They had a house fire . Crews were on standby for just about 4 hrs
Station 67 responded to a Structure fire at Elrico street in Loyalhanna Twp. Owner had hired someone to thaw frozen pipes and caught the house on fire, Crews operated on scene for almost 2 hrs
At 1722 hrs on August 14th Station 67 was dispatched to 2 calls at one time, The first one was a motorcycle accident vs deer on Rt 819 in the area of Ridge Road assisting Station 59 and the second call was a tree down on Rt 286 in the area of Palko Rd. Rescue 67 responded to the accident...
Station 67 was again busy on August 13th, The 1st call was a Automatic Fire Alarm on Rt 286 at Charlene Lane, and the 2nd call was a Vehicle Accident vs a deer on Rt 981 and Rt 156. Nothing was found and Rescue 67 returned in service.
August 11th was a busy day for Station 67 , 5 calls in one day, The first call was a little before 9am for vehicle accident with unknown injuries at Rt 286 and Rt 380. The 2nd call was a Automatic Fire Alarm at Station 102 ( Washington Twp Vfd). The 3rd call was Standby for Station 49 (Oklahoma Vfd)...