Thursday, June 3, 2021This morning around 11:15hrs, the Station was alerted along with New Castle County Paramedics for an MVC with a subject trapped. Upon arrival, crews found a single vehicle crash and reported negative entrapment. The patient was found to be seriously injured and was transported to the trauma center by the Delaware State Police Helicopter Trooper 4.
Saturday, May 29, 2021This afternoon just before 16:00hrs, Rescue-Engine 16 and A-16 responded to Kirkwood Hwy/Tamarrack Ave for an MVC. Units arrived to find a single vehicle vs a light pole. A front seat passenger in the vehicle was found to be in cardiac arrest and CPR efforts were immediately started. Three additional patients were also transported to area hospitals by A-17 (Five Points) and C-14 (Cranston Heights) along with New Castle County Paramedics. Despite efforts by those on scene, the front seat passenger was pronounced shortly after arriving at the hospital.
Thursday, May 27, 2021On Thursday May 27th 2021, Probationary Firefighter Joseph Smith graduated from the New Castle County Firefighter Academy Recruit Class 7. Joseph showed his pride and dedication by not only attending the Academy, but by continuing to push forward and attend all classes after suffering a fractured ankle during one of hands on training days. Joseph will now move on to complete his written and practical testing within the company to become an interior firefighter. Joseph’s family and several members were in attendance to watch him graduate. Congratulations Joseph Smith III, we’re all proud of you!
Monday, May 17, 2021This evening Engine 16 responded to assist Station 25 (Talleyville) with a train derailment off Montchanin Rd. Units found 5 train cars overturned and off the track. No hazards were present and the scene was quickly scaled back.
Monday, May 17, 2021
Monday, May 3, 2021The Officers and Members of the Elsmere Fire Company are saddened to announce the passing of Assistant Treasurer William E. Thomas. William, affectionately known to family and friends as "Wet" was a life member of both the Elsmere and Minquas Fire Companies. William actively served the Elsmere Fire Company for 40 years, and was also our Assistant Treasurer for the past 30 years. William began his career of public service as a dispatcher for the Delaware State Police, and then graduated from the police academy in 1978 as a Police Officer with the Elsmere Police Department. William was then later hired by the Delaware River and Bay Authority Police Department where he retired from, after 31 years of service. Information on funeral services will follow when released.
Thursday, April 29, 2021
Monday, March 15, 2021This evening around 17:30hrs, Ladder 16 made the response as the first due special to assist Station 17 (Five Points) on a building fire. Crews arrived to find smoke showing, and found a dryer fire in the building. Fire was contained to the dryer.
Sunday, March 14, 2021Engine 16 was placed in service today by personnel from both Elsmere and Cranston Heights while units from the area operated in Chester County on multiple alarms.
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Thursday, June 4, 2020Golf cart crashes into structure with one injured.