On Tuesday May 23rd at approx. 15:22 Chalfont Fire Company was dispatched on Box 34-41 to the 1600 Block of Upper State Road for a reported Building Fire. Upon arrival Deputy 34 (Fluck) reported heavy smoke and flames visible through the roof of the dryer building and established Chalfont command. A tanker task force was immediately dispatched to assist in bringing water to the scene. Chief 19 (Cramer) reported a roof collapse and an external attack was then established. Rescue 78 arrived soon after and went into service with a hand line and a master stream. Engine 54 (Rhoades) arrived and laid into a dry hydrant on the property to supply the scene with water. Ladder 74 arrived after and started aerial operations on the side of the building. Crews were in service for approx. 40 minutes until the fire was place under control at 16:04. Crews remained on scene for several hours for overhaul operations. The last unit was released from the scene at 18:18. Engine 34 (F. Schea), Rescue 34 (Dacanay), and Tanker 34 also responded. The cause of the fire is being investigated by the Bucks County and Doylestown Township Fire Marshalls. Assisting on this call were: Chal-Brit EMS, Doylestown Fire Company, Warrington Fire Company, Hilltown Fire Company, Plumsteadville Fire Company, Midway Fire Company, Dublin Fire Company, Point Pleasant Fire Company, and Montgomery Township Fire Company. Thanks to Silverdale and Colmar Fire Companies for covering our local during the fire.