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Commercial Vehicle Fire
Mon, Sep 28, 2020

In the early afternoon hours of September 28th, Hartly’s volunteers were dispatched for a commercial vehicle fire IAO of Sudlersville Road and Downs Chapel Road. While units were enroute, Kent Center advised that a POV member from Station 45 (Clayton) was on scene reporting an excavator with the engine compartment on fire. Once 51 units arrived on location, conditions were confirmed and the crews went to work extinguishing the fire and checking for extension to the trailer on which the excavator was secured to. Once the fire was extinguished, the scene was placed under control and turned over to DSP. Deputy Chief Read had the command.

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Head On Collision
Fri, Sep 18, 2020

In the early afternoon hours of September 18th, Hartly’s volunteers were initially dispatched for a MVC in 5100 block of Forrest Avenue. Prior to units going enroute, Kent Center started to received calls reporting a subject trapped and upgraded the call bringing additional resources from the Dover Fire Department, Kent County ALS and BLS from Station 56 (Marydel). Once units arrived on scene, command was established and crews observed a 2 vehicle MVC with negative entrapment. Crews from all agencies went to work stabilizing the vehicles involved and assisting EMS with patient packaging. Once all patient’s were transported, the scene was placed under control and units returned to service with the scene being turned over to DSP.

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MVC With Entrapment
Thu, Sep 3, 2020

In the afternoon hours of September 3rd, Hartly’s volunteers were alerted along with multiple Fire/EMS agencies for an MVC with multiple patients, entrapment and a rollover. Units arrived on scene minutes after dispatch and confirmed one Priority 1 patient whom was trapped and one Priority 2 patient whom had self extricated from the second vehicle. Crews went to work stabilizing both vehicles and began to extricated the trapped occupant. Command then requested an additional aviation unit for the second patient. Once extrication was completed and both patients were packaged by EMS, both were flown via DSP Trooper 4 and Trooper 2 to an area trauma hospital. The scene was then placed under control and units returned to service. Deputy Chief Read had the command. Aerial photos courtesy of 43-16.

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Single Vehicle MVC
Sun, Aug 30, 2020

In the afternoon hours of August 30th, Hartly's volunteers were dispatched along with additional resources for an MVC subject reported trapped in the 2200 block of Taraila Road. Units arrived on location shortly after dispatch to find a single vehicle that had driven into a ditch with negative entrapment. The vehicle was then stabilized and the subject was assisted out of the vehicle and turned over to EMS for evaluation. Chief Fox had the Taraila Road command.

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Assist Cecil County with a High Angle Rescue
Wed, Aug 26, 2020

In the evening hours, Hartly's volunteers were dispatched as part of the Kent County Special Operations Team to assist Cecil County Station 1 (Cecilton) with a high angle rescue. Once 51 units arrived on location, crews were advised of a para glider that had crashed into a group of trees and was approximately 80 feet off the ground. Crews assisted with multiple operations until being released by command after a successful extrication. Crews operated for approximately 4 hours alongside companies from Kent County De., New Castle County De., Cecil County MD., Kent County Md. and Delaware County Pa.

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Jan: 16 July: 25
Feb: 21 Aug: 23
Mar: 25 Sep: 20
Apr: 15 Oct: 15
May: 15 Nov: 0
Jun: 26 Dec: 0
2020 YTD 201
2019 238
2018 240
2017 226

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Jan: 66 July: 86
Feb: 46 Aug: 80
Mar: 55 Sep: 66
Apr: 39 Oct: 46
May: 63 Nov: 0
Jun: 79 Dec: 0
2020 YTD 626
2019 754
2018 767
2017 670