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Milton Fire Department
Station 85
116 Front Street
Milton, DE 19968

Phone: 302.684.8500
Fax: 302.684.0202

Ongoing Buffalo Wild Wings Fundraiser

Come Support Sta. 85 at BWW. From now until the end of the year, 10% of your sales will be donated to Sta. 85. Please print off the voucher attached to this story and present it to your wait staff. Milton Fire Co. Inc. appreciates all the support and thanks the public and Buffalo Wild Wings for their support. Valid at the Rehoboth BWW.

Vehicle Accidnet W/ Entrapment

11-15-18 at 0846 Sussex EOC alerted Sta. 85, SCEMS ME108 for a vehicle accident with rollover. 49-15 (Frederica) arrived to find one patient trapped in the vehicle. 858 arrived, Assistant Chief Clendaniel assumed command. 852 arrived and began the extrication process. The patient was extricated in 10 minutes and was transported to Milford Hospital. Fire units cleared. Units responding A85, A75, ME108, 858, 852, R85. DSFP, DSP, MPD,

Nov 15, 2018

Assist Sta. 80, Structure Fire

Just after 2100 hours, Station 85 was alerted to a cover-up at Indian River (80) Station 2 as they were operating at a working building fire on Harvard Lane, behind the Wawa. Soon after responding, Engine-Tanker 85-2, with a crew of 8, was redirected to the scene to assist with fire suppression efforts. Members from Station 85 operated until approx. 0200 hours before being released by Command.

Nov 8, 2018

Motor Vehicle Accident

At 0226, Sussex EOC alerted Station 85, Medic 106, and Trooper 2 to a vehicle accident on Harbeson Rd., just south of Rust Rd. 85 Command was the first unit to respond with Lieutenant Millman as officer. Sussex EOC advised one call from the homeowner advising a vehicle into her shed, with no one exiting the vehicle, and unknown injuries. Lt. Millman arrived a short time later to find a female patient out of the vehicle with minor injuries. Crews from B-85 and Medic 106 assessed the patient and obtained a refusal. Engine-Tanker 85-2's crew secured the vehicle. Command turned the scene over to DSP and cleared.

Nov 3, 2018

Change Your Clock, Change Your Batteries

Please remember on Nov. 4, when you set your clocks back, change the batteries in your smoke detectors. This is also a good time to vacuum your detectors to remove any dust that may have accumulated. If anyone in Milton does not have a smoke detector and needs one, contact the fire house and we will try to assist you.

Nov 2, 2018

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