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Controlled Burn with Station 56 (Marydel)
Sunday, September 21, 2014 
Station 51 assisted Station 56 (Marydel) with a controlled burn of a double trailer.

Working House Fire Assist
Friday, September 19, 2014 
In the early evening hours, Station 51 was alerted to assist Station 46 (Dover) with a working house fire in the Hidden Acres development. As 51 units arrived on scene, they were met with Dover crews battling a SFD with fire through the roof. 51-3's crew was advised to pull a second hand line off of 46-4 and assist with fire control on the Charlie side of the structure. At that time, Command 46 advised Dover to sound a second alarm which brought in Station 56 (Marydel) and Station 41 (Camden) for tanker company assist's. After the bulk of the fire was extinguished, crews were sent inside to locate any remaining hot spots. Crews from all four stations remained on scene for approximately two and a half hours for extensive overhaul. Photos courtesy of Brent Scott

Mourning a Neighbor
Tuesday, September 9, 2014 
The officers and members of the Hartly Vol Fire Co would like to extend our sincerest condolences to our neighboring company Cheswold as well as Past Chief John Tigner and his family for the passing of Howard "Suds" Killen. Suds was a Life Member and Past virtually everything for Station 43. His service, love, and amazing sense of humor will certainly be missed. Please keep the families in your thoughts and prayers during this time. For more information and future details please visit www.cheswoldvfc.com .

The Picture Says It All
Are you ready???
   Are you ready???
Sunday, September 7, 2014 
Can you smell it? Is your mouth watering? Are you hungry yet??? Hartly and Clayton Fire Companies will hold a joint Chicken BBQ fundraiser on Sunday September 7th from 10am until supplies run out. Come on out to Main St. and Railroad Ave. in Clayton and get you some of Chief Connors's Chicken with potato salad, baked beans, and a roll. Save yourself from making lunch or dinner and fill you bellies and warm your hearts. Cost is $8 per platter.

Saturday, September 6, 2014 
During another tremendous storm, Hartly's volunteers were alerted for a Two Vehicle MVC at the intersection of Pearson's Corner Road and Halltown Road. Command (Chief Connors) arrived on location and reported two vehicles with multiple injuries. 51-3 w/7 (2nd Asst. Chief Morris) arrived on location and was advised by command to secure both vehicles and assist EMS if needed. As 51-3's crew was doing so BLS units B-51 and A-51 attended to the possible patient who had taken cover in a near by shop. 51-6 arrived on location and assisted 51-3 and EMS with securing the vehicles and patient care. B-51 transported those involved that did not refuse EMS service. At that time, Command 51 placed the scene under control and released A-51 and 51-6. Command 51 and 51-3 remained on scene to assist DSP and the towing company. 51 units returned to service shortly afterwards.

Congrats the the Gosch Family on their New Addition
Thursday, August 28, 2014 
The officers and members of the Hartly Volunteer Fire Company would like to extend our congratulations to Lieutenant Bradley Gosch and his wife Amanda for the birth of their baby boy Liam Alan Gosch. Liam was born on August 22nd at 22:52 weighing in at 8 lbs 7 oz and 22 inches long. The family is now home and doing well.

Liam Alan Gosch
   Liam Alan Gosch
Vehicle Fire
Monday, August 25, 2014 
In the morning hours, Station 51 was alerted for a Vehicle Fire in the 3300 block of Pearsons Corner Road. 51-3 w/5 (Chief Connors) arrived on location and found conditions as reported. 51-3's crew placed an 1 3/4" hand line in service and contained the fire to the engine compartment. Chief Connors placed the scene under control and 51 units returned to service shortly afterwards.

Motorcycle MVC
Sunday, August 10, 2014 
Station 51, KM6, KM5 and Trooper 4 were all alerted for a Motorcycle MVC. Command 51 (2nd. Asst. Chief Morris), 51-3 w/6 (2nd Capt. Moriarty) and B-51 arrived on location to find a single patient sitting on the roadway. BLS packaged the patient and moved them to B-51 and began their evaluation. KM6 met up B-51 and transported the patient to KGH. No other injuries were reported.

MVC Into A Residence
Thursday, August 7, 2014 
In the morning hours, Station 51, KM6, KM5 and Trooper 4 were all alerted for an MVC Rollover. 51-3 w/6 (1st. Asst. Chief Norris) and B-51 arrived on location to find a van that had driven off the roadway, severed a telephone pole and ran into a residence. EMS crews found the driver of the vehicle walking around the wreck having no complaints. 51-3's crew checked the residence for any unseen injuries and structural integrity. Since no injuries were found and the structural components of the home were still intact command placed the scene under control. 51-3 remained on scene to awaited the power company and the Kent County building inspector.

Assist Station 56 (Marydel) With A Motorcycle MVC
Monday, July 28, 2014 
In the afternoon hours, Station 56 (Marydel) and Station 51 for the rescue were both alerted for a motorcycle MVC at the intersection of Bryant's Corner Road and Holly Island Road. 56 units arrived on scene to find one patient who had fallen off a motorcycle which was located in the ditch. Rescue 51-6 w/10 (1st. Asst. Chief Norris) arrived on location and found 56 units packaging the patient. 51's crew jumped in and assisted 56 with packaging the patient. Once the patient was in the ambulance and enroute to KGH, 51-6 returned to service.

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