-Thursday, July 15, 2010: Hatboro Ladder 95 & Engine 95 , Responded to Upper Southampton Twp. for 2-Alarm Building Fire (145 James Way). Fire Marshal arrived on scene with heavy smoke showing from a large industrial building. Command instructed Ladder 95 placed main to the roof on side "C", Engine 95 took up at a hydrant on James Way. Both crews assisted in roof operations. 2 Command had all hands in service and had bulk of the fire knocked early by a ladder pipe.
-Saturday, July 3, 2010: Hatboro Ladder 95, Responded to Horsham Twp. for Dwelling Fire(243 Broadway Avenue). D/C-15 arrived on scene with smoke showing from a two story split level S/F/D. Squrt-99 arrived on location went in service with hand line for heavy fire in the attic area. Ladder 95 placed main to the roof and crew went in service with hooks to open ceilings to locate fire. Command requested additional apparatus to the scene for manpower. Truck companies opened the the roof.
-Thursday, January 21, 2010: Hatboro Station 95, Warminster Ladder 90, and Willow Grove Squad 10 responded to a Hazardous Material Incident (236 Tanner Ave). Approximately 350 gallons of home heating oil was delivered; when the tank ruptured the sump pump removed the oil to the backyard where it was pooled and contained by emergency personnel. Representatives from the Department of Environmental Protection and Montgomery County Haz-Mat Response Team were also on location.
- Monday, January 18, 2010: Ladder 95 & Engine 95 responded to Horsham Twp. to assist Station 15 on a Two Alarm Dwelling Fire (25 Church Road). Units arrived on scene with heavy fire showing from the rear of a twin 2-story dwelling. Command requested the 2nd alarm when fire extended to exposure.
-Friday, June 18, 2010:The 2010 Peirce Quantum (Engine 95) went in service and our 1999 Pierce Quantum became (Squad 95).
-Wednesday, May 12, 2010:The 2010 Peirce Quantum arrives at Station
- Animal Safety:
During a Hatboro's First Friday Event, a Local business provided an opportunity for The Enterprise Fire Company to fund raise for Cat & Dog Oxygen masks. These cone shaped masks will allow firefighters to resuscitate animals suffering from smoke inhalation during a structure fire. We thank all community residents for their support.