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116 Front Street
Milton, DE 19968

Phone: 302.684.8500
Fax: 302.684.0202

MFD Awards Ryan Kindl

Over the last three years, Ryan Kindl has sold bottled water and donated his profits to the Fire Company and the Delaware Burn Camp. Tonight, Officers and Members of Milton Fire Dept. were joined by members of the Delaware Burn Camp and Representative Steve Smyk to reconize Ryan for his fundraising efforts.

Aug 14, 2017

MVC with Rollover

At 1532 hours, Sta. 85, Ambulance 82 (Lewes), and Sussex County Medic 104 were alerted to a MVC on Cave Neck Rd. Chief Clark was in the area and arrived to find a single vehicle rolled over with one patient out sitting in the grass. Rescue-Engine 3 arrived seconds later and secured the vehicle. Duty Officer Millman (85-19) arrived and initiated patient care along with the chauffer from the Rescue-Engine (Warren). One patient was transported by A-82 to Beebe. Chief Clark placed the scene under control and returned all units a short time later, turning the scene over to DSP. Units responding, Rescue-Engine 3, Rescue 85, Engines 4, 5, 85-8, 85-15, A-82, Medic 104, DSP, DSFP.

Aug 13, 2017

Fire Alarm Activtion

At 2237, Station 85 was alerted for an AFA on Mariners Circle, in the Heritage Creek Development. Deputy Chief Clark responded in 85 Command and arrived seconds before Engine 4 to find nothing evident with the homeowner advising he had an odor in the home. Engine 4 arrived and took the 1st Due engine assignment and began investigation. Ladder 85 arrived next and took the 1st Due Special. Crews checked the entire home with no results. Deputy Chief Clark placed the scene under control and units cleared a short time later. Units responding, 85-8, Engine 4, Ladder 85, B-85, DSFP.

Aug 9, 2017

Vehicle Fire

At 0136, Sussex EOC alerted 85 for a vehicle fire on Union St. Ext. in the area of Branch Lane. Engine 4 arrived at 0142 to find a mini van that had struck a utility pole with wires down on the vehicle and a fire in the engine compartment. Deputy Chief Clark requested the immediate response of DEC to secure power. Crews remained on scene and protected exposures until the arrival of DEC at which time, the fire was extinguished. Units responding Engines 4 and 5, Rescue 85, B-85, DSFP, DEC. Deputy Clark had the Command.

Aug 9, 2017

Duty Crew

Tonight, as with every Thursday night, the Dogpound had no less then 10 members staffing the Station for Duty crew. The Dogpound maintained two in house crews until midnight, the maintained a single crew throughout the night until 0700. The Station staffed an ambulance for the duration as well.

Aug 2, 2017

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