In 2010, Franklin Township Volunteer Fire Company responded to 157 calls, the year-end report shows.

The statistics also included 25 vehicle accidents, 19 automatic alarms, 31 mutual aids, eight brush fires, two vehicle fires, 30 responses to the Pa. Turnpike, three odor investigations, two controlled burns, two dwelling fires, six ambulance assists, four pole fires, two structure fires, one Medevac landing, three wires down, one false alarm, one search, six rubbish fires, five CO activations, two smoke investigations, one wires arcing, two tree on wires on fire and one fuel spill.

The number of hours for the year totalled 114 hours and 50 minutes and 1,599 men responding. The month-by-month report for 2010:

January – 16 calls, 11 hours and 37 minutes, 185 men responded;

February – five calls, three hours and 39 minutes, 43 men;

March – 12 calls, 10 hours and 19 minutes, 127 men;

April – 13 calls, eight hours and 30 minutes,142 men;

May – 12 calls, 10 hours and 52 minutes, 153 men;

June – 14 calls, six hours and 42 minutes, 125 men;

July – 17 calls, 13 hours and 41 minutes, 169 men;

August – six calls, three hours and 14 minutes, six men;

September – 16 calls, 11 hours and 39 minutes, 177 men;

October, 17 calls, 12 hours and 13 minutes, 173 men;

November – 10 calls, seven hours and 13 minutes, 118 men;

December – 19 calls, 15 hours and 11 minutes, 181 men.