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Marydel Fire Company
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Recent News

MVC Rollover
Mar 14, 2018
Mar 14, 2018 - 03/14/2018
 

MVC Rollover
Mar 7, 2018
Mar 7, 2018 - MVFC was alerted along with Station 700 for the Engine Co. for report of an MVC with rollover. 715 arrived to find a singe vehicle rollover. 56-17 established Millville Road Command. Pumper Rescue 56-3 and Ambulance A-56 made the response. Crews arrived and initiated patient care and secured the vehicle. Patient refused treatment. Command returned all units. Scene was turned over to MSP for investigation.
 

Rescue Assist 700 MVC Rollover
Feb 27, 2018
Feb 27, 2018 - 02/27/2018
 

MVC Halltown RD
 

Engine 56-1 transfers to Station 700
Jan 3, 2018
Jan 3, 2018 - MVFC was alerted for an Engine Transfer to Station 700 (Goldsboro). Engine 56-1 with a crew of 4 covered Station 700 while they operated at a working incident on Willow Pond Rd Denton, MD 21629. While at Station 700 members assisted in preparing for the winter storm.
 

Be Prepared, Cold Weather is Here!
Jan 3, 2018
Jan 3, 2018 - ~~With an arctic blast settling in the Delmarva region as expected, organizations are reminding residents to stay safe in the cold weather. When the temperatures drop, certain pipes – including outdoor pipes or pipes in unheated interior areas or areas with little insulation – are all at risk of freezing, the American Red Cross warns. ~~To protect and prevent your pipes from freezing before the cold weather hits, follow these tips from the Red Cross: --Drain water from swimming pool and water sprinkler supply lines. Do not put antifreeze in these lines, as it can be harmful to the environment and dangerous to humans, pets, wildlife and landscaping. --Remove, drain and store hoses used outdoors. Close inside valves supplying outdoor hose bibs. Open the outside hose bibs to allow water to drain, and keep the outside valve open so that any water in the pipe can expand without causing it to burst. --Add insulation to attics and crawl spaces. --Check other areas in your home where water supply lines may be located in unheated areas, such as the garage and under kitchen or bathroom cabinets. Hot and cold water pipes in these areas should be insulated. --Consider installing products such as a “pipe sleeve,” “heat tape” or “heat cable” on exposed water pipes. Newspaper can also provide some insulation to exposed pipes. --Keep garage doors closed if there are water supply lines there. --Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate. --When the weather is very cold, allow cold water to drip from a faucet served by exposed pipes. If your pipes do freeze in the colder weather, try these tips: --Keep the faucet open. As the frozen area begins to melt, water will begin to flow again. Running water through the pipe will help to melt ice. --Apply heat to the frozen section of the pipe by using an electric heating pad, a hair dryer, a portable space heater or with towels soaked in hot water. Do not use a blowtorch, kerosene, propane heater, charcoal stove or other open flame device to heat the pipe. --Apply heat until full water pressure is restored. If the frozen area is unknown or not accessible, call a licensed plumber. --If one pipe freezes, check other faucets in the home to see if other pipes have frozen as well.
 

2018 EMS Officers
Jan 3, 2018
Jan 3, 2018 - Congratulations to the 2018 EMS Officers
 

2018 Administrative Officers
Jan 3, 2018
Jan 3, 2018 - Congratulations to the 2018 Officers!!
 

2018 Fire Line Officers
Jan 3, 2018
Jan 3, 2018 - Congratulations to the 2018 Officers!!
 

Asst Station 6
Jan 1, 2018
Jan 1, 2018 - On December 31,2017 Station 56 Was alerted to Assist Station 6 (Sudlersville) on a Structure Fire.Engine 56-1 and Tanker 56 both made the response.Engine Company 56 Was the first to arrive confirming a Working Alarm,Engine 56-1 Firefighters deployed attack lines and made entry into the structure encountering a high volume of heat and smoke conditions a primary search was completed with negative findings,heavy fire conditions were then found and were suppressed by the initial attack crew members assisted by multiple neighboring depts.Personnel remained on scene awaiting the arrival of Maryland State Fire Marshalls.Thank You to Station 48 (Felton)For providing a cover up crew.
 

MVFC mourns the passing of Gene Tucker
Dec 6, 2017
Dec 6, 2017 - The officers and members of the MVFC send prayers and condolences to the Citizen Hose Company and the family of Gene Tucker after his untimely passing. Gene was very active in the Delaware fire service for many years. Rest In Peace Brother.
 

Trunk or Treet
Oct 31, 2017
Oct 31, 2017 - Another successful Trunk or Treet. A Big Thank You to everyone who participated and also a special thanks to our Fire Police who helped provided a safe evening. Tonight we had a group that raised the bar to a new level. We are proud to announce our Best Appearing Trunk or Treat. The Haunted Trailer. A combined effort by numerous members of community. They have defiently challenged everyone for next year. Thanks for providing a night of thrills. Congratulations to our second place winner. The Spooky horse trailer. Our third place winner goes what the judge quoted as kid friendly. Our judge also handed out a judge's award to the entry with the Rocking Skelton. Congratulations to this year's winners and again Thank you to everyone who came out and supported our community and again offer our kids a safe environment to trick or treat. Please feel free to share any pictures and spread the word for next year. Let's continue to make this event grow year after year.
 

MVFC Officer and Members Mourns the passing of Harry E. Starkey
Oct 10, 2017
Oct 10, 2017 - Harry E. Starkey, 91, of Hartly, Delaware passed away peacefully on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at Westminster Village. He was a longtime resident of Forest Grove Village in Hartly, Delaware. Harry was born on February 14, 1926 in Jersey City, New Jersey. He was baptized on July 4th 1926 at the Methodist/Episcopal of Marydel Church in Maryland. He was confirmed on June 4th, 1972 at St. Paul’s in Chestertown, Maryland. After an early death of his mother Marie, on June 11, 1926, Harry was raised by his grandparents, Charles and Gretje Saatman. Harry joined the Marydel Fire Company on February 14, 1944 and was an active member for many years. He was the oldest member until his passing. He was very dedicated to the fire service. Harry was drafted in the United States Army on November 9, 1950 and served in the Korean War. He proudly served the United States of America and believed in what America stands for. He was very active in his pursuit for veteran rights and was not afraid to provide information and voice opinions to officials to support fellow veterans. Harry was an active member in many organizations including the Dover Elks, the La Societe Des 40 Hommes ET & Chevauk 40/8, American Legion, Korean War Veterans Association, Disabled American Veterans Commanders, and a life member of the V.F.W. Post 3238. Harry retired from the State of Delaware Department of Transportation. Harry was very aware of the political issues. He wrote numerous editorials to the Delaware State News and Delaware Online. Harry felt it was very important to provide opinions for important political and veteran issues. Harry is preceded in death by his parents, Earle S. Starkey and Marie L. Saatman Starkey, his sisters Gladys Starkey, Margaret Sylvester and Edna Starkey, his nephew Wallace Starkey, and cousin Raymond Saatman. He is survived by his nephews Clifton and Gordon Sylvester, niece Grace Starkey and cousins, Robert and Ronald Saatman and their families. Harry was a very special person. He was an avid story teller, sharing stories about growing up in Marydel, painting, and his time in the service. Harry enjoyed talking with others on the phone and had a list of friends and family he called regularly. Harry was loved by family and friends and will truly be missed by his family and many friends. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Paul’s Parish, 7579 Sandy Bottom Rd., Chestertown, Md. 21620. And Marydel Fire Co., 110 Fire House Lane, Marydel,De. 19964 Funeral will be on Oct 12. 2017, at Trader Funeral Home, 12 Lotus St., Dover Del. Viewing 11:00 to 1:00 PM, Funeral at 1:00 PM Interment will be at Templeville Cemetery, Templeville Md. following service. Bereavement to follow at Marydel Fire House.
 

MVC with rollover
Oct 8, 2017
Oct 8, 2017 - Just before 10:00 hrs, MVFC was alerted along with Station 51 for the Engine Co. for report of an MVC with rollover. Command 56 arrived to find a singe vehicle rollover. 56-18 established Barclay Road Command. Pumper Rescue 56-3 and Ambulance A-56 made the response. Crews arrived and initiated patient care and secured the vehicle. One patient was transported to the area hospital. Command returned all units. Scene was turned over to MSP for investigation.
 

MVC/Multiple Injuries
Sep 20, 2017
Sep 20, 2017 - Just before 7:00 am, Station 56 was alerted for report of an motor vehicle collision (MVC) at the intersection of Mudmill Rd and Mahan Corner Rd. Pumper Rescue 56-3 and Ambulance A-56 made the response. 56-3 arrived to find a 2 vehicle MVC in the intersection, Officer 56-21 established Mudmill Road Command. Crews began to secure the vehicles and assess for injuries. Command requested additional BLS units and ALS for reported 5 patients. Ambulances from Station 48 ( Felton),Station 41 ( Camden Wyoming), and Caroline County EMS responded to the scene. Patients were transported to an area hospital for evaluation and treatment. Command placed situation under control, returning units when ready. Scene was turned over to Delaware State Police for investigation. Also on Scene: Delaware State Fire Police and 56-15
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