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

Phone: 302.684.8500
Fax: 302.684.0202

Station 85 Building Campaign

Anyone who would like information on our building campaign, how to donate, who to talk to, fundraising events, etc., please visit our building campaign website at the following link; station85campaign.org

Building Renovation Updates

Pictures of building renovation progress.

Jan 23, 2020

Vehicle Accident

Around 08:00 Sta. 85 was alerted for a vehicle accident at Broadkill Rd & Zion Church Rd. Shortly after Chief Harvey (85-15) arrived, and advised one vehicle in need of a door pop. Engine two arrived and made quick work extricating the patient in four minutes. Command placed the scene under control and A85 transported on patient to BMC. Units went available when ready.

Jan 17, 2020

Fire Prevention Awards

Tonight, the Fire Prevention Committee held our annual fire prevention awards at HOB School. This event allows the committee to award students for fire prevention essays and projects submitted. We also had several students win awards on a County and State level. Congratulations to all the winners.

Jan 14, 2020

Commerical Structure Fire

On January 14, at 1415 hours, Sussex EOC alerted Station 85 along with Lewes (82) and Memorial of Slaughter Beach (89) for a commercial structure fire at 12508 Coastal Highway, Snookies Speed Shop. Engine-Tanker 85-2 responded and arrived on scene at 1424 to find a commercial garage with heavy smoke showing. Deputy Chief Hopkins established 85 Command and immediately requested a tanker company assist from Ellendale (75). Crews from the Engine-Tanker, 82-1, and 89-5 stretched multiple lines into the structure, knocking the bulk of the fire in about 20 minutes. Crews remained on scene for about two hours completing overhaul and hitting hot spots. Chief Harvey assumed the command upon his arrival and Deputy Chief Hopkins was the operations officer. Asst. Chief Davis (82-20) had water supply operations. Units responding, Engine-Tanker 85-2, Engines 4, 5, Tanker 85, Rescue 85, Ladder 85, A-85, Engines 82-1, 3, 5, 9, Ladder 82, Rescue 82, 82-8, D-82, Engine-Tanker 89-5, Tanker 89, Engine-Tanker 75-8, Tanker 75-4, Medic 101, 111, DSFP, DSFM 11, 16. Engine 42-5 and Tanker 77 provided coverups.

Jan 14, 2020

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