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Motor Vehicle Crash W/Entrapment Cox Neck Rd

Monday, March 13, 2017
Station 29 was alerted to Assist Station 1-5 with 29-6 on an MVC with entrapment. 29-6 with a crew in quarters responded in minutes with 4. Upon arrival crews assisted units on scene with extrication. 1 was transported to the local trauma center, crews picked up and cleared by command returning.



Water Rescue Delaware River

Tuesday, February 28, 2017
On February 28th 2017 The Good Will Fire Company was alerted for a boat taking on water at the Delaware Memorial Bridge. 29 Marine 1 responded as a mutual aid boat and arrived on location with the marine unit from Good Will at a new location south of Old New Castle. The crew remained in service for several hours assisting with dewatering and towing operations. USCG and Minquas Fire Company were also on location and assisted in the operations.

2nd Alarm Building Fire in Wilmington Manor

Friday, February 24, 2017
On February 24th Wilmington Manor Fire Company was alerted for a multi-residential structure fire with a report of a kitchen on fire in a second-floor apartment. 296 responded with a crew of 5 and operated on scene for an hour performing overhaul.

Commercial Building Fire

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Working Residental Fire in Middletown

Wednesday, February 15, 2017


Brad Speakman

Monday, September 26, 2016

Line Of Duty Death - Wilmington Fire Department

Saturday, September 24, 2016
In the early morning hours of September 24th the Wilmington Fire Department responded to a reported house fire in the 1700 blk of Lakeview Rd in Wilmington. Arriving crews found a working alarm with Fire showing. During the initial attack there was an event that resulted in firefighters becoming trapped within the home. The Wilmington Fire Department has announced the tragic passing of Lieutenant Christopher M. Leach, age 41 and Sr. Firefighter Jerry W. Fickes, age 51. In addition to this tragic loss two additional firefighters are in Crozer Burn center listed as critical but stable, Sr. Firefighter Firefighter Ardythe D. Hope and Firefighter Brad Speakman. There were additional Firefighters treated and released for various injuries.

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