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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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Hurricane Florence Approaching
Mon, Sep 10, 2018

Hurricane Florence is strengthing in the Atlantic Ocean. Click below for the full story!

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MVC With A Door Pop
Mon, Jun 11, 2018

In the early evening hours of June 11th, Station 51, KM7 and Trooper 4 were all dispatched for an MVC at the intersection of Lockwood Chapel Road & Pearsons Corner Road. While units were enroute, Past Chief Fox arrived on location and advised of a two vehicle MVC with one requiring a door pop. Once 51-3 and B-51 arrived on location, crews went to work stabilizing the vehicle and assessing the involved patients. Rescue 51-6 arrived on location shortly after and preformed the required door pop for extrication. The patient was then assessed by EMS on scene and they advised that Trooper 4 would be utilized. Once the patients on scene were packaged, both Trooper 4 and B-51 began transport to area emergency departments. Chief Connors had the Lockwood Chapel Road command.

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Sudlersville Road MVC
Wed, Jun 6, 2018

In the evening hours of June 6th, Hartly's volunteers were alerted along with KM6 and Trooper 4 for an MVC at the intersection of Sudlersville Road and Judith Road. Command 51 (Deputy Chief Gosch) arrived on scene shortly after dispatched and reported a single vehilce MVC off the roadway with one patient. Once B-51, 51-3 and 51-2 arrived on location, crews secured the vehicle and assisted EMS with patient care. Once the patient was secured and packaged, Command 51 placed the scene under control and returned all units. B-51 transported one to the local emergency department with half of KM6 on board. Deputy Chief Gosch had the Sudlersville Road command.

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Halltown Road MVC
Mon, Jun 4, 2018

In the evening hours of June 4th, Hartly's volunteers were alerted for an MVC at the intersection of Halltown Road and Hourglass Road. Command 51 (Deputy Chief Gosch) arrived on location minute later and reported a 2 vehicle MVC with one injury. Once fire apparatus arrived on location, crews secured the vehicles involved and assisted EMS. Once duties were completed, command placed the scene under control and returned all units. Deputy Chief Gosch had the Halltown Road command.

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First Due Working Structure Fire
Thu, May 31, 2018

In the evening hours of June 31st, Hartly's volunteers were alerted along with Station 45 (Clayton) and QAC Md. Station 6 (Sudlersville) for a working structure fire in the 2000 block of Downs Chapel Road. Command 51 (Chief Connors) arrived on location and reported a 20x20 outbuilding involved with exporsure to a nearby residence. Once 51-2 arrived on location, crews placed two hand lines in service and began to protect the exposure and extinguish the fire. Crews from 51, 45 and 6 operated for approximately 1 hour hitting hot spots and preforming overhaul. Once the scene was placed under control, all returned to service with the scene turned over to the Delaware State Fire Marshalls office. Chief Connors had the Downs Chapel Road command. Special thanks to Station 45 member Jerry Hull for the pictures and Engine 56-1 for covering the district while crews were operating.

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