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Back To School Breakfast
Sunday, August 30, 2015 08:00
It's that time of year again for all of you Mommies and Daddies to get ready to send your little ones off to school. Gather the youngins and come on down to the station at 8am on the 30th for a tasty breakfast and a chance to win a new LL Bean back pack. We will be raffling off two, one boys and one girls. There will also be 50/50, EMS information on hand, and a chance for you to purchase a reflective 911 address sign. We look forward to seeing you!!

Fire Ground Rehabilitation
Tuesday, July 7, 2015 
Another addition to the new BLS Protocols that went into effect April 1, 2015!

Updated Pictures of the New 2!
Saturday, June 27, 2015 
The New Engine 51-2 is progrossing right along in it's manufacturing. Here are some pictures from DPC. 4 members from the company will be traveling to out to Minnesota next week for the mid-point inspection. Photos courtesy of Jeff Hawkins.

We Can't Wait to Meet You!!!
Saturday, June 20, 2015 
Hartly's Volunteers are pairing up with Marydel Fire Company in our first ever community outreach event this Saturday the 20th from Noon until 3 at Royal Farms, Hartly DE. The station will be open as well. It is our effort to try to meet our community on a less stressful basis as well as provide some information on health and safety, the EMS field, and the services provided by Hartly Volunteer Fire Company and neighbors. So take a couple of minutes out of your day and come out and say "Hi' and learn more about the EMS field and get a free blood pressure check.

Live Burn with CCMd. Station 700
Sunday, June 14, 2015 
This morning, a crew of 7 made the trip to Caroline County Md. Station 700's (Goldsboro) local to train in a live burn environment. Crews had a great time and would like to thank the Goldsboro Volunteer Fire Company for the invite to train with you! Pictures courtesy of Probationary Firefighter Kacie Green.

Condolences to the Gosch Family
Thursday, June 11, 2015 
The officers and members of the Hartly Volunteer Fire Company would like to extend our deepest condolences to Past Chief and Chief Emeritus John Gosch and the entire Gosch Family as they mourn the loss of hos brother Mike Gosch. Mike was a life member of Station 40 Bowers. Please keep John,Brad, Naomi (PJ), and the entire Gosch Family on your thoughts and prayers.

Fatal MVC and RIT Assignment
Monday, June 8, 2015 
This Afternoon, Hartly's volunteers were alerted for an MVC with entrapment on Hazlettville Road. 51-18 arrived on scene and advised incoming crews of a two vehicle MVC, one subject trapped and another possible priority 4. B-51's crew started patient care along side KCEMS while 51-3's crew stabilized the vehicle and preformed a door pop for patient extrication. Once the patient was packaged, Medic B-51 transported one patient to an area ED. 51-3 and 51-6 remained on scene to assist DSP with their investigation. Shortly after clearing the MVC, 51-3 was directed to the 45 local for a RIT assignment on a working trailer fire. 51-3 arrived on scene to find 45, 44, and 43 units making a knock on the fire. 51-3's crews setup RIT on the delta side of the structure and remained ready to be activated. Once overhaul operations began, 51-3 crew was relieved of RIT duties and assisted crews inside with salvage and overhaul. 51 units were cleared by command shortly after. Prayers to the all the families involved in today's events.  

Spinal Trauma Protocol Update
Monday, June 8, 2015 
There is evidence to support and not support back boarding suspected spinal trauma patient's. Please review the 2015 protocol. Always remember when in doubt contact medical control.

Hartly's Two New Firefighters
Saturday, June 6, 2015 09:00
Cadet Firefighters Steven Connors and Dylan Miller put the past two years of training to work Saturday for their qualifying. In order for our members to become interior or "Black Hat" firefighters, they must complete a strict training program to include an overview and hands on practice of all of the apparatus and equipment in the station; Basic, Structural, Vehicle Rescue, and HAZMAT skills at DSFS; and then practical evolutions to demonstrate handline deployment, fire attack, search and rescue techniques, teamwork and communication, awareness and size-up, and of course safety. Cadets Connors and Miller worked relentlessly in the heat for 2.5 hours at DSFS running multiple scenarios to demonstrate their abilities. At the end of the day, two exhausted boys joined the ranks of the rest of Hartly's Black Hat Firefighters. Congratulations Firefighters Connors and Miller, the past two years has paid off. Moving forward you must always remember your training and learn from the veteran firefighters with which you will serve. Always train and always fight complacency.  

Special thank you to Crew Leader Read, DSFS Instructor Robbie Brode and as always the Instructor aides.

Update on the New 51-2
Tuesday, June 2, 2015 
With the Mid-Point Inspection date rapidly approaching, DPC has sent some pictures of the progress of the New 51-2

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