Hamilton Fire Department provides mutual aid in Morrisville, PA house fire

May 3, 2021

By: Tyler Eckel

MORRISVILLE BOROUGH, PA (BUCKS)–A fire ripped through a home in Morrisville, PA on Monday, damaging a neighboring home, and cooking a vehicle. Hamilton Fire Department Truck Company 13 and Battalion Chief 10 were called in for mutual aid in knocking down the fire.

It occurred sometime around 12:00 pm in the 200 block of West Palmer Street. Fire crews arrived with a well involved house fire, which extended to a vehicle and a neighboring house. The fire also brought down electrical wires. The second alarm was quickly struck, sending additional crews from Morrisville and a company from Hamilton, NJ to the scene.

Sources tell MidJersey.news that the residents were not home at the time of the fire. Sources also say the house was occupied by one dog and three cats, who, unfortunately, did not make it out.

No one was injured in the fire. This incident remains under investigation.