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Please join us for our annual Blessing of the Fleet

The Blessing of the Fleet is our annual tradition where we bless the watermen that work on the Delaware Bay.


Welcome to the new website

The members and officers of the Leipsic Volunteer Fire Company would like to welcome you to our new website!

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Brush Company Assist Cheswold with a field fire

Apr 3, 2017

On Monday at 3:15pm the Cheswold Volunteer Fire Company was alerted for a outside fire in the area of Mckee Rd. Command 43 w/ Chief Josh Dempsey went on scene with a moderate area of grass on fire. Command 43 then discovered a second fire down the road in the area of Rose Bowl Rd and Fork Branch Rd. Command 43 asked for next due brush company out of Station 53. Brush 53 w/ Crew Leader Jeremy Virdin, Squad 53 w/Chief Sam Boots made the response. While enroute Kent Center advised Brush 53 to make access off of Fork Branch Rd. to access the second fire. Crews from Brush and Squad 53 extinguished the fire and investigated the area for extention. Units responding to assist Cheswold Fire Company, Brush 53, and Squad 53.


Leipsic operates motorcycle MVC

Apr 2, 2017

Sunday afternoon April 2 at 1:10pm the Leipsic Fire Co. along with Rescue Co. 44, Kent County Paramedics and Trooper 4 were alerted for a motor vehicle collison with injuries involving a motorcycle. 1st Assistant Chief Boe Virdin went on location as reported and assumed Leipsic command. Rescue 53 w/ Chief Sam Boots, Squad 53 w/ Crew Leader Jeremy Virdin, Brush 53 w/ Assistant Chief Joey Marker and A-53 hit the streets immediately after the having the annual memorial service. The patient was then transported to Christiana Hospital by Trooper 4. Units responding Rescue 53, Squad 53, Brush 53, 53-17 , Ambulance A-53, Rescue 44, Kent County Paremedic Unit KM6, B-64. Special thanks to the Citizens Hose Company, Kent County Paramedics, Smyrna American Leigon Ambulance Service, and the Delaware State Police Traffic and Aviation Divisions.


Apparatus and seat assignment training.

Mar 21, 2017

This weeks training centered on fire apparatus assignments and seat assignments. Along with Little Creek Fire Company we reviewed and practiced the roles of each apparatus as it arrives on scene as well as the responsibility of each riding position on the apparatus.

Alarm Stats

Fire Calls

Jan - 9 Jul - 0
Feb - 4 Aug - 0
Mar - 0 Sept - 0
Apr - 0 Oct - 0
May - 0 Nov - 0
Jun - 0 Dec - 0

Year Totals:

2017 - 13 2016 - 146
2015 - 137 2014 - 94

EMS Calls

Jan - 36 Jul - 0
Feb - 11 Aug - 0
Mar - 0 Sept - 0
Apr - 0 Oct - 0
May - 0 Nov - 0
Jun - 0 Dec - 0

Year Totals:

2017 - 47 2016 - 433
2015 - 394 2014 - 502

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recent alarms

  • Sat Apr, 22 2017 @ 14:04

    Nature: Medical Emergency

    City: Dover


  • Fri Apr, 21 2017 @ 22:23

    Nature: Medical Emergency

    City: Leipsic


  • Thu Apr, 20 2017 @ 12:35

    Nature: Traffic Collision

    Address: Brenford Rd and Seven Hickories Rd

    City: Dover, DE 19901


  • Wed Apr, 19 2017 @ 09:13

    Nature: Medical Emergency

    City: Dover

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