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Fatal Motorcycle Accident - S. Dupont Hwy
Thursday, May 20, 2021

On Thursday May 20, 2021 at approximately 1736hrs., the station, along with Kent County Paramedics and Delaware State Police Aviation were alerted for the MVC involving a motorcycle at the intersection of S. DuPont Hwy. and State Fair Blvd. Units responded and arrived to find a two vehicle wreck, confirming the report of a motorcycle involved. Crews treated multiple subjects on scene from both vehicles. One patient was transported ALS by ground to a nearby medical facility where he was pronounced deceased. The second patient was flown to Christiana by Delaware State Police Aviation for further treatment. Command placed the scene under control a short time later, turning it over to the Delaware State Police for further investigation. Officer In Charge: Fire Chief Robbie Brode.


Out of respect for the victims and their families, we will not be posting pictures of the incident at this time. We ask our followers to please keep the victims and their families in your thoughts and prayers.


Units Responding:

Command 50, Ambulance A-50, Ambulance B-50, Rescue 50, Engine 50-1, Kent County Paramedics (KM-8), Delaware State Police-Aviation (Trooper 2), Delaware State Police-Troop 3 Patrol and CRU, Harrington Police Dept., DelDOT-TMC and Fire Police

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