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Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Inclement Weather Incident Response - Indian River Fire District


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DELDOT Clears Station #2

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DELDOT Clears Station #2

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Joe LeVan & Harry Dawson Watches DELDOT

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Charles Marshall Recuperates

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Chandler Fox Assists with Station #2 Clean Up

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Station #2 View of Baywood Greens

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Mad Chefs Joe LeVan and Derrick Pry

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Joe LeVan and Derrick Pry

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Fire Police Officer Clarence "Jim" Becker Warms Up

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Chief Engineer Jim Wagner takes a rest.

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Fire Police JI Becker & Asst. Chief Engineer Harry Dawson catch up.

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North on Long Neck Road approaching Rt. #24

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North on Long Neck Road

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Delaware Electric Coop Crew

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Wires Down

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Wires Down

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Del Electric Coop replaces utility pole

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Delaware Electric Coop

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Route #5 North - Delmarva Power Electrical Sub-station

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South on Indian Misson Road towards Rt. #24

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South on Indian Mission Road approaching Route #24

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Wires Down

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Banks Road approaching Station #2

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Ryan Mock

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Banks Road approaching Shawns Hideaway

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Banks Road

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Banks Road

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Derrick Pry monitors radio and Ryan Mock

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Station 2 Overnight Duty Crew Vehicle

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Engine #80-3 Leaves Station #2

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Jeff Biele

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Charles Marshall

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Katlind Adams on ice melting detail

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Katlind Adams

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Jacqueline Marshall

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Autumn Road

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Autumn Road

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Friday, February, 5 2010 thru Wednesday February, 10 2010 Nature: Inclement Weather Responses – Stand-by Crews at Stations Location: Indian River Fire District The Indian River Volunteer Fire Company has provided 24 hour around-the-clock inclement weather emergency response crews since Friday, February 5 for the weather events named February Fury and other acronyms. These emergency standby crews have responded to all request for assistance within the fire district of the Indian River Volunteer Fire Company which have included but not limited to: medical assist calls, CPR emergency incidents, stranded motorists, check the welfare inquiries, gas leaks, wires down, wires arching, fallen tree and limbs with roadway obstructions, public assist incidents, snow removal requests, fall trees into power lines, structure fires, and many others activities. In all, as of Wednesday evening, February 10, the amount of incident responses was identified as forty-five (45) requests for ancillary services. Additional information may be obtained from the following websites: (1) Sussex Countian: (2) Chuck Snyder Photography - (3) WGMD Radio 92.7 – (4) News Journal –