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ATTENTION COMMUNITY  It has been reported that a person is going door to door asking for Money. At this time Hartly Volunteer Fire Company has not authorized this fundraiser. If you encounter this person this is a SCAM and call the police. Thank you for you Attention in this matter.

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Life Line Screening
Mon, Dec 16, 2019

Contact Life Line Screening today to be screened for Heart Disease and Stroke Risk. Per the American Heart Association 80% of strokes and heart disease can be prevented. Contact them today at 1-844-591-7128.

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Hartly Holds 2020 Elections
Mon, Dec 9, 2019

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Coverup For Station 45
Mon, Dec 2, 2019

In the evening hours of December 2nd, Hartly's volunteers were alerted for an engine to standby at Station 45 (Clayton) while their members were operating at a working fire. After standing by for approximately 1 hour, 51-3 was cleared and returned to service.

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Working House Fire With Station 56
Thu, Nov 21, 2019

In the Afternoon hours of November 21st, Hartly's volunteers were alerted to assist Station 56 (Marydel) with a working house fire in the 1000 block of Halltown Road. Deputy Chief Morris (51-16) with in the area and arrived on location reporting a single story SFD with smoke showing. Crews from 56 and 51 arrived minutes later and deployed a hand line to extinguish the fire and complete a primary search of the residence. Interior crews discovered a small fire in a bedroom in which significant fire and smoke damage throughout the residence was limited due to the bedroom door being shut. Once the scene was placed under control, command turned it over to the DSFMO and returned all units.

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Vehicle Fire & House Fire Assist
Tue, Nov 19, 2019

In the afternoon hours of November 19th, Hartly's volunteers were alerted for a vehicle fire in the 400 Block of Hartly Road. Once 51-3 arrived on location, crews observed a single passenger vehicle with the engine and passenger compartment involved. Once the fire was extinguished, command placed the scene under control and the scene was turned over to DSP upon their arrival. Assistant Chief Read had the Hartly Road command. In the evening hours of November 19th while crews were conducting vehicle rescue training, Hartly's volunteers were again dispatched to assist Station 46 (Dover) with a working house fire. Once crews from Hartly arrived on location, they were directed to complete a primary search of the residence where several animals were removed. After operating for approximately 1 hour, crews were released and returned to service.

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Jan: 0 July: 0
Feb: 0 Aug: 0
Mar: 0 Sep: 0
Apr: 0 Oct: 0
May: 0 Nov: 0
Jun: 0 Dec: 0
2020 YTD 0
2019 238
2018 80
2017 226

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Jan: 20 July: 0
Feb: 0 Aug: 0
Mar: 0 Sep: 0
Apr: 0 Oct: 0
May: 0 Nov: 0
Jun: 0 Dec: 0
2020 YTD 20
2019 395
2018 384
2017 670