Rocky Run Fire Company - Delaware County Station 46 is at Media 5-Miler.
5 days ago
Tonight Ambulance 46 is assisting with EMS coverage at the 40th annual 5-miler! ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats Mr Jason!!!Congratulations to Joan Quinn and Jason Fialkovich, winners of the 12 speed bikes! Happy cycling! Thank you to all who participated in our raffle. Huge thanks to Sharon Watson and co-worker for their very generous donations. ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats to RRFC members Ian Tully and Mary Ann Corle on their big day yesterday! ... See MoreSee Less
Rocky Run Fire Company - Delaware County Station 46 is at Indian LaneElementarySchool.
4 weeks ago
This morning Rocky Run and Middletown Fire Companies are assisting with the annual #runthelane race at Indian Run Elementary School.
It’s a great day for racing!! ... See MoreSee Less
Tomorrow, Saturday June 1 is the 10th Annual annual 5k race and 2k walk held at Indian Lane Elementary School. The race will be starting at 9:00am and will wrap up around 10:30am. Roads will be temporarily closed around Indian Lane during the race. Please click on the course maps to see which roads will be closed for a few hours on Saturday morning. ... See MoreSee Less
This evening Rocky Run, Middletown and Riddle Paramedics and Pennsylvania State Police responded to a single vehicle accident on Lenni Rd in the area of Westlakes Plastics.
The driver had self extricated and was evaluated by EMS. Stations 46 & 50 stood by while the tow company removed the vehicle.
Photo Credit Paul Bradfield ... See MoreSee Less
In addition to the Tornado Watch that is still in place, We now have a Severe Thunderstorm Warning in place until 630 PM ... See MoreSee Less
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED A TORNADO WATCH IN
EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM EDT THIS EVENING ... See MoreSee Less
Good evening! We hope everyone got through round 1 without too much drama.
Please remain aware, another line of strong storms is headed our way, and the duration could be hours not minutes. Please keep an eye on the weather throughout the night. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for always sharing important posts. Be safe out there if you go on any calls.
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED TORNADO WATCH FOR OUR AREA. IN
EFFECT UNTIL 10 PM EDT THIS EVENING ... See MoreSee Less
We are receiving reports of a water main break on Rt 352 between Knowlton and Glen Riddle Rds.
Please use an alternate route this morning. This is a heavily traveled route which will be MUCH worse this morning. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations TJ Tim Pruss!Today, Firefighter 1 2019-Spring class are completing their Final Burn today. After today they will move on to their final testing for their National Certification for Firefighter 1. Congratulations 2019 spring Fire 1 class. Good Luck. #nextgen #neverstoptraining ... See MoreSee Less
When you wonder why that fire truck is sitting in the road “doing nothing”
Thanks to Claymont Fire for posting this.A law passed late 2007, meant to help protect emergency workers in Delaware, took effect on January 1st, 2008. It's called the "Move Over" law, and it requires drivers to give extra space to emergency vehicles that are stopped on the side of the road with lights flashing. Drivers will have to move a lane away from the emergency vehicle or slow down significantly when they can't change lanes safely. The law covers all roads with two or more lanes in the same direction. Office of Highway Safety director Tricia Roberts says dozens of law enforcement officers in Delaware have been injured or killed by passing motorists.
This picture was taken this morning with a Officer transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. As you can tell, the results could have been much worse. PLEASE! slow down, move over, put down the phone, PAY ATTENTION! Help protect ALL emergency workers while on our roadways. ... See MoreSee Less
Volunteers Needed! Apply now. ... See MoreSee Less