Shortly after 7 PM, Bucks County 911 dispatched Box 29-19 for a dwelling fire at 222 Valley Road in Warrington Twp. Multiple callers reported heavy fire and smoke coming from the building. Police arrived on-scene and advised fire officers of heavy fire. At 7:24 PM, Chief 29 (Bean) called for the 2nd alarm. At 7:31 PM, Ladder 74 (Assistant Fluck) responded to cover Station 29. The third alarm was called for at 7:53 PM. At that time Ladder 74 proceeded to the staging area at 1700 Place. Ladder 74 was eventually called into the scene at 7:56 PM. Rescue 34 (Lt. Bair) responded to cover Station 29 at 7:59 PM. At 12:22 AM, Rescue 34 responded to the scene to help shutdown operations. At 1:25 AM, Ladder 74 was released from the scene followed by Rescue 34 at 2:19 AM.
Throughout the call, firefighters dealt with challenges caused by several hazardous materials within the building. Bucks Count Hazardous Incidents Response Team was called to the scene to monitor the air and run-off. Additionally, all personnel at the scene were directed to wear their SCBA's at all times.
Firefighter from throughout Bucks and Montgomery Counties responded to this fire. They were aided by multiple fire police units, canteen services from Stations 4 and 19, Bucks County's mobile command post (CP800), and fire investigators from municipal, county and state agencies.