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Bingo

Bingo for March 22, 2020 has been canceled, we will keep you updated .


March Sub Sale

Sub Sale for March 20, 2020 has been CANCELED

Live Run Log
Monday March, 30 2020 @ 18:15
Nature: Medical Emergency
Monday March, 30 2020 @ 15:36
Nature: Medical Emergency
Monday March, 30 2020 @ 06:23
Nature: Medical Emergency
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Delores Miller Funeral

The Bowers Fire Co. is sad to announce the passing of life long resident Dolores J. Miller. Services will be held at St. Andrews Lutheran Church 425 N. Dupont Blvd. Dover De on Thursday, February 13th at 11 00 hrs. Friends may visit the family from 1000am to 1100am at the church.


Life Member Ron Vanaman retires as a 911 operator

Today, 40-15, Willie Trowbridge traveled to Delaware County, PA to attend the retirement services of Life Member Ron Vanaman from the Delaware County 911 dispatch center. Ron began working there in May, 2004 and served 15 years 1 month as a 911 call taker and CADing calls for Police, Fire and EMS. Ron was described by his employer as a voice of reason. His day started with being picked up from his home in the Delaware County mobile command unit and was escorted to work by the Rocky Run, Media, and Leedom fire departments. After arriving at work, memories were reflected on and a luncheon was held in his honor. It was a distinct honor to have gotten to attend this ceremony. The officers and members congratulate Life Member Ron Vanaman on his achievement and wish the best for him during his retirement.


Building Collapse Frenhies Dock

At about 17:35, Station 40 recieved a report of a structure collapse at 130 Murderkill Ave. Utility 40 responded and confirmed the building had collapsed into the river. Upon 40-15 responding he requested marine units from stations 54 and 57. 40-15 arrived and assumed command. He immediately advised kent center that 40-16 would assume operations. A request was made for DNREC, Code Enforcement, and the USCG. Afer noticing what appeared to be fuel and oil coming from the building, a request was made for Hazmat 57. Spill booms were put in place by the marine units to contain the spill. A webbing was made from 300' of rope to attempt to contain the objects from flowing out of the building. After everything was secured, the scene was turned over to DNREC and Code Enforcement. Units responding - Command 40, Rescue 40, 40-marines 2 and 3, Utility 40, Brush 40, Hazmat 57, Airboat 57, 57- marine-1, 54 marine-1, 54-marine-3, USCG station Fortesque, NJ, DNREC, Code Enforcement of Kent County.

Bingo - Games @ 7:00 pm
BFC Company Meeting
Bingo - Games @ 7:00 pm
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