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Talleyville Fire Company 3919 Concord Pike Wilmington, DE 19803 302-478-1110
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MVC Concord Pike in front of the Concord Mall

Thu, Jul 11, 2019

MVC Concord Pike/Foulk Rd

Thu, Jul 11, 2019

Assist Station 13 on a house fire

Mon, Jul 8, 2019

Members of Station 25 assisted Station 13 on a shed fire that extended into the house.

MVC involving a motorcycle at 202 and Fairfax Blvd

Fri, May 24, 2019

Just prior to midnight Station 25 was dispatched to a MVC involving a motorcycle. Upon arrival crews found the motorcycle on fire and quickly extinguished the flames.

Heroes Program

Sat, Apr 27, 2019

Two New HEROES Welcomed to the Talleyville Fire Company On Saturday, April 27th, the Talleyville Fire Company welcomed their latest HEROES to the company. E. Jason Somerset and Drew Somerset started their day at the Ronald McDonald House where they were met by a fire engine. They were treated to a tour of Talleyville's district and then we returned to the station. At the station, they were given a complete station tour, including showing and demonstrating to them some of the equipment that is utilized by the department. They sat around the kitchen table, where we shared lunch and exchanged stories. Afterwards, there was an awards presentation in our museum where Chief Tom Looney presented them both with plaques, badges, helmets, and officially making them honorary members of the Talleyville Fire Company. The afternoon finished at Crowne Trophy shop where both Jason and Drew made their own trophies to commemorate the day. The day was not over for Jason though. That evening was AI DuPont Hospital's Prom. Jason was surprised by being picked up in E255 and driven to the prom. And exciting day for both of them. The Talleyville Fire Company welcomes Jason and Drew Somerset and we hope they stop by and visit us anytime they can.

Assist Station 22 on a house fire

Sun, Apr 21, 2019

At 245 hours Station 25 was dispatched to assist Station 22 on a residential structure fire. 25-7 made the response and upon arrival were placed in service as the RIT.

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