SCAMMER ALERT. Just forwarded to us by another NCC firefighter: “Just got an unsolicited call from the Firefighters Support Foundation asking for a donation to support the families of local firefighters who were killed in the line of duty. I asked the caller who they worked with, and they just repeated the Firefighters Support Foundation. …View full post
On Saturday August 20, 2016 about 37 Members and some of their families took a trip too New York to vist the 911 memorial and the Freedom Tower. After we were able to do some site seeing and some members were even able to vist some fire stations. After we had a nice lunch and …View full post
Research shows that 30 years ago, you had about 17 minutes to escape a house fire. Today, you have only 3 or 4 minutes. TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen conducts a dramatic demonstration that shows why, and how you should prepare.View full post
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The officers and members of the Elsmere Fire Company mourn the loss of WFD Lt. Chris Leach and Sr. Ffr. Jerry Fickes at the Canby Park house fire. They were our comrades and friends. We also salute our firefighters who responded and assisted WFD at this blaze, and are thankful that none of them were injured. We ask the public to keep all of our brothers and sisters in your thoughts and prayers at this time of profound sorrow. St. Florian, protect us.
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Congratulations to the five Elsmere firefighters who are members of the first New Castle County Fire Academy: Ethan Andress, Kevin Barnes, Christina Fague, Daniel Jackson and Davis Miller, shown here with President Ken Dunn, Chief Jim Facciolo and Assistant Chief Justin Schweiger. All five of these new firefighters worked very hard over the past three months to accomplish their goal and be part of this first-of-its-kind academy for volunteer firefighters in Delaware. Well done!
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