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Serving The Communities Of Buckingham And Solebury Since 1931

Welcome to the official website for the Midway Volunteer Fire Company. The members of the Midway Volunteer Fire Company have been providing fire protection and rescue services to the communities of Buckingham and Solebury in Bucks County, Pennsylvania since 1931.

The fire company is staffed 100% with volunteers. These volunteers are your neighbors and are dedicated to protecting all residents as well as their homes and businesses.


MVFC Support RUN 2 RESPOND 

On Sunday, August 6, 2017, Midway Volunteer Fire Company, posed for a photo of the baton being passed in support of RUN 2 RESPOND. Immediately following the baton pass the Company escorted the runners and bike support team through our response area. For more information visit: www.run2respond.com


Valley Vet Clinic donates Pet Oxygen Masks

On Saturday, July 22, 2017 President Steve Tori, of the Midway Volunteer Fire Company received a donation of two sets of Pet Oxygen Masks from Chris Feaster VMD, owner of the Valley Vet Clinic. This donation will allow an engine from each of Midway’s Stations to have a unit onboard and available for immediate use.These pet masks sets are designed to help administer oxygen assisted breathing, for a variety of domestic animals who are suffering from smoke inhalation. Valley Vet Clinic is located at 2137 Durham Rd. in Buckingham.

On Saturday, July 22, 2017 President Steve Tori, of the Midway Volunteer Fire Company received a donation of two sets of Pet Oxygen Masks from Chris Feaster VMD, owner of the Valley Vet Clinic. This donation will allow an engine from each of Midway’s Stations to have a unit onboard and available for immediate use.These pet masks sets are designed to help administer oxygen assisted breathing, for a variety of domestic animals who are suffering from smoke inhalation. Valley Vet Clinic is located at 2137 Durham Rd. in Buckingham.


Camp Curiosity Visit

On Tuesday, July 25, 2017 Midway Volunteer Fire Company's Ladder 5 made a visit to Camp Curiosity in Buckingham Township to support the summer egg drop contest. The eggs were in protective containers designed by the campers. After dropping 30 to 50 feet the majority of the eggs survived. Well done campers!


Camp Nazarene Visit

On Saturday, July 8, 2017 Midway Volunteer Fire Company's Engine 5 made a visit to Camp Nazarene in Buckingham Township for a show and tell. Activities included fire hose practice, equipment tours and rides. Regardless if you were 7 years old or 72 years old trying on a real firefighters helmet brings a smile to your face. We want to thank our hosts for their hospitality!


Joint Exercise

2017.06.25 - Midway Volunteer Fire Company and Point Pleasant Fire Company held a joint rescue training exercise off of Point Pleasant Pike near River Road.


Peddler's Village Fund Raiser 

2017.06.22 - Peddler's Village held a successful fund raising event for Midway Volunteer Fire Department. A portion of the proceeds from the evening's events will go to the fire company in support of Midway's fire/rescue work in Buckingham and Solebury Townships.

2017.06.22 - Peddler's Village held a successful fund raising event for Midway Volunteer Fire Department. A portion of the proceeds from the evening's events will go to the fire company in support of Midway's fire/rescue work in Buckingham and Solebury Townships.


Fire/Rescue Calls 

2017.07.03 at 8:59 PM - Midway Volunteer Fire Company responded to a two car accident at Rt 202 & RT 413 in Buckingham Township. All occupants exited the vehicles. Injuries to occupants appeared to be non-life threatening. No first responders (fie, police or EMT) were injured. The cause of the accident is under investigation.

2017.07.03 at 8:59 PM - Midway Volunteer Fire Company responded to a two car accident at Rt 202 & RT 413 in Buckingham Township. All occupants exited the vehicles. Injuries to occupants appeared to be non-life threatening. No first responders (fie, police or EMT) were injured. The cause of the accident is under investigation.


2017.06.17 - UPDATE - Solebury Township Police are seeking input from anyone who saw this accident take place. For additional information click HERE. 2017.06.07 - UPDATE - one of the accident victims later passed away. Additional details not available at this time.  2017.06.16 at 2:24 PM - Midway Volunteer Fire Company responded to an accident on Lower York Road in Solebury Township. Two individuals were removed from the vehicle (one had to be extricated) and were transported to area hospitals for treatment of their injuries. The cause of the accident is under investigation and property damage costs were not immediately available. 

2017.06.17 - UPDATE - Solebury Township Police are seeking input from anyone who saw this accident take place. For additional information click HERE.

2017.06.07 - UPDATE - one of the accident victims later passed away. Additional details not available at this time. 

2017.06.16 at 2:24 PM - Midway Volunteer Fire Company responded to an accident on Lower York Road in Solebury Township. Two individuals were removed from the vehicle (one had to be extricated) and were transported to area hospitals for treatment of their injuries. The cause of the accident is under investigation and property damage costs were not immediately available. 


2017.06.12 at 4:07 PM - Midway Volunteer Fire Company responded to an accident on Upper Mountain Road in Buckingham Township. The driver was not seriously injured. Scene containment actions by the fire company mitigated serious environment damage from fuel or the contents of the truck. 

2017.06.12 at 4:07 PM - Midway Volunteer Fire Company responded to an accident on Upper Mountain Road in Buckingham Township. The driver was not seriously injured. Scene containment actions by the fire company mitigated serious environment damage from fuel or the contents of the truck. 


2017.04.25 at 2:37 PM - Rescue 5 from the Midway Volunteer Fire Company responded to a Mutual Aid Request (support) by Eagle Volunteer Fire Company to assist in an auto extrication in New Hope Borough. The vehicle was stabilized and its occupant was safely removed and transported to an area hospital. The cause of  the mishap is under investigation.

2017.04.25 at 2:37 PM - Rescue 5 from the Midway Volunteer Fire Company responded to a Mutual Aid Request (support) by Eagle Volunteer Fire Company to assist in an auto extrication in New Hope Borough. The vehicle was stabilized and its occupant was safely removed and transported to an area hospital. The cause of  the mishap is under investigation.


On 2017.04.09, 2017.04.16, 2017.04.17 and 2017.04.23 Midway Volunteer Fire Company responded to Brush Fires. In all cases the fires were brought under control without major property damage. Additionally, all fires were the result of a small “controlled burns” that became unmanageable. We encourage proper fire attention and management at all times. Additionally, if wind or any unanticipated events causes the “controlled burn” to exceed your expectations CALL 911 immediately. Don’t think twice, if in doubt place the call.

On 2017.04.09, 2017.04.16, 2017.04.17 and 2017.04.23 Midway Volunteer Fire Company responded to Brush Fires. In all cases the fires were brought under control without major property damage. Additionally, all fires were the result of a small “controlled burns” that became unmanageable. We encourage proper fire attention and management at all times. Additionally, if wind or any unanticipated events causes the “controlled burn” to exceed your expectations CALL 911 immediately. Don’t think twice, if in doubt place the call.


Station 5 - 5770 Route 202, Lahaska, PA, next to Peddlers Village. Cross Streets: Route 263 and Street Road.


Substation 15 - Route 413, Mechanicsville, PA. Cross Streets: Long Lane and Cold Spring Creamery Road.


Carnival Grounds - 5110 Route 202, Buckingham, PA. Cross Street: Holicong Road.

Carnival Grounds - 5110 Route 202, Buckingham, PA. Cross Street: Holicong Road.


Auxiliary

The Auxiliary was organized in the Assembly Room of the Midway Volunteer Fire Company on March 20, 1940 with twenty- four charter members. Over seventy-five years have passed since the Auxiliary was organized; in that time, the Ladies Auxiliary changed its name to just the Auxiliary. This was done to open up the membership to anyone who wished to join and help support the Fire Company.


Carnival

Midway Volunteer Firefighter's Carnival will be in late July 2018 at the Midway Carnival Grounds on Route 202 in Buckingham, PA. Come out and enjoy our family friendly carnival, great food, fun rides and games for all ages. Generations have been enjoying the Midway Volunteer Fire Company Carnival for over 85 year.

Our 2017 Sponsors



Fire Calls - by the numbers

Rolling twelve month total: 340 calls. Hover over bars for monthly total.