The building filled with smoke after a minor fire Monday evening.
Judging by the amount of fire trucks outside the Suburban Diner on Street Road, you might have thought there was a fire much more serious than the one experienced Monday night. Feasterville Fire Company Chief Frank Walter said a small fire centered on the roof was electrical in nature. Firefighters were seen on top of the Lower Southampton staple as smoke was cleared out of the dining area. Walters said the county health board was notified of the incident. The Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad, along with fire crews from Bensalem, Lower Southampton and Upper Southampton responded to dwelling fire around 9 p.m.
Ken Lee responded to the call for back-up on Sept. 11, 2001 and loved ones remember him as a great co-worker and friend.
Local paramedic Ken Lee was a local part-timer with the Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad who was among the thousands of first responders sent to New York City on Sept. 11, 2001. "[Ken] was a well known and respected part time medic," Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad Chief of Operations Jason Dowd said. About three months ago, Lee began showing signs of rejection the second transplant. On Aug. 16, Lee went into cardiac arrest and lost his life at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital. Prior to the first transplant in June, 2004, Lee was a member of the Philadelphia Fire Department and an instructor at Jefferson University Hospital in the paramedic program. After the first one, he was no longer able to work as a paramedic full-time so he worked for the …