Volunteers Turn Out as Fire Hits Moccia’s Restaurant

Volunteers Turn Out as Fire Hits Moccia's Restaurant

LOWER FREDERICK PA – Six different fire companies and medical first responders were called out Monday (Sept. 26, 2022) at about 9:43 p.m. for what was later confirmed to be a roof and attic fire at the popular Moccia’s Train Stop restaurant, 1004 N. Gravel Pike. It took volunteers (above and below) about 90 minutes to extinguish and perform clean-up at the site, according to one report.

Volunteers Turn Out as Fire Hits Moccia's Restaurant

Assisting Lower Frederick Township firefighters at the scene were volunteers of the Upper Salford Volunteer, Upper Frederick, Perkiomen Township, Harleysville Community, and Skippack fire companies, and a unit of the Plymouth Community Ambulance Association.

Fire from the roof reportedly was confirmed upon the arrival of Lower Frederick crews, and firefighters working the interior said they found and quickly extinguished fire in the building’s attic.

Volunteers Turn Out as Fire Hits Moccia's Restaurant
  • The Post published an update Wednesday (Sept. 28) on this story; find it here.

Photos by Ted Hodgins for the Perkiomen Township Fire Company, used with permission