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2/11/2008 Excavator Fire at Construction Site in Hollywood, MD : On February 11, 2008 at 1710 hours Station 9 was alerted to a construction site all the way at the end of Wildwood Parkway where the new Evergreen Elementary School will be built. Engine 91 (FF. R. Starr), along with Chief 9B responded within a minute of dispatch with 4 volunteers and arrived on the scene and advised of a front end loader with an engine compartment off. The crews advance a 1.75" line to the equipment and began extinguishing the fire. Chief 9B arrived and advised Communications to start the Next Due Tanker just for precautions. Engine 74 responded with 4 and once they arrived they assisted Engine 91's crew with some extinguishment. The crews operated on the scene for just under an hour. 
http://www.bdvfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=545

2/11/2008 Excavator Fire at Construct...

John Douglass (johndoug)

On February 11, 2008 at 1710 hours Station 9 was alerted to a construc ...

Updated: Feb 11, 2008 7:58pm PST

2/10/2008 Working Trailer Fire with Extension to 2 vehicles and the Surrounding Woods : At 1718 hours on February 10, 2008 at 47207 Lincoln Ave a working trailer fire was reported. E-32 Sgt D. Dean (diverted from a brush fire in Co. 13's first due), C-3 (W. Johnson) and C-3A (J. Gould) responded within seconds of the dispatch. Upon arrival C-3 confirmed a working trailer fire with extension into the wooded area behind the "fully involved" abandoned trailer and multiple exposures to Side "B", "C" and "D" not including the 2 vehicles also exposed. C-3A assumed Operations as E-32 arrived on the scene dropping a 3" Supply Line. C-3A requested to Command an additional set of Pumper-Tankers and eventually requesting Brush Units to the scene. T-3 (C-3B J. Evans) and E-91 (Sgt. Hare) responded within minutes of dispatch. E-91 picked up E-32's water supply as crews from E-32, E-91 and T-3 pull long lines or extended lines as the brush fire extended outward. E-63 and E-33 quickly arrived and started "tanker shuttles" providing constant water to E-32 throughout the duration of the fire. C-6 (T. Crowder), E-61, E-73 also arrived on scene to cut-off any extension from traveling to the near-by trailers and homes. Brush Units from Co. 1, Co. 4, Co. 7, Co. 3 and Co. 83 (Solomon's) arrived on scene assisted in the fast moving fire. The fire was under control within an hour and Units operated on the scene for 2.5hrs as C-3 held the "Lincoln Ave. Command". 
http://www.bdvfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=544
http://www.hvfd7.com/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=433
http://www.ridgevfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=256
http://www.sdvfdrs.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=156

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Attention Fire Companies looking for photos for your web sites
As always feel free to use these photos.
Jason Rearick has given permission to use his photos found here
http://jbr.smugmug.com/gallery/4316557_iR9eq#253082501
and Jamie Williams has also given permission to use her photos found here
http://ImageEvent.com/jameo/fire10feb2008

2/10/2008 Working Trailer Fire with E...

John Douglass (johndoug)

At 1718 hours on February 10, 2008 at 47207 Lincoln Ave a working trai ...

Updated: Feb 11, 2008 7:34pm PST

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Fire and Rescue Template

John Douglass (johndoug)

Updated: Feb 10, 2008 4:55pm PST

2/7/2008 Car Flipped Over at 235 and Rt 4 : On February 7, 2008 at 1440 hours, Bay District Volunteers Station 9 along with Hollywood Volunteers were alerted to the intersection of Three Notch Road and St. Andrews Church Road for the MVA with injuries with one vehicle overturned. Engine 92 (Chief 9B) and Squad 7 responded on the call shortly after dispatch. Squad 7 arrived to advise communications that all subjects were out of the vehicle. Engine 92 arrived a minute after Squad 7 and Chief 9B established the Three Notch Command. The crews assisted EMS with packaging the patients, securing the batteries to the vehicles and Engine 92's crew pulled a safety line due to a fuel spill from the overturned vehicle. All crews operated on the scene for about 45 minutes before returning to quarters.
http://www.bdvfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=539

2/7/2008 Car Flipped Over at 235 and ...

John Douglass (johndoug)

On February 7, 2008 at 1440 hours, Bay District Volunteers Station 9 a ...

Updated: Feb 07, 2008 8:28pm PST

2/6/2008 Pedestrian Struck on Great Mills Road with Fly Out (3) : On February 6, 2008 at 1408 hours the Bay District Volunteers from Station 3 were alerted to the area of 21490 Great Mills Road for a pedestrian struck. Chief 3(Johnson), Engine 32(Sgt, Dean) and Squad 3(C-9B Jones) all responded along with numerous EMS units. Chief 3 arrived on the scene and advised that he had one subject in the roadway and established the "Great Mills Road Command". Engine 32 and an EMS unit arrived and after assessing the patient it was determined that a helicopter would be needed. Engine 32 then repositioned to the parking lot next to the driving range and setup the landing site for Trooper 7. All units operated on the scene for a little under 30 minutes before returning to quarters. 
http://www.bdvfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=538

2/6/2008 Pedestrian Struck on Great M...

John Douglass (johndoug)

On February 6, 2008 at 1408 hours the Bay District Volunteers from Sta ...

Updated: Feb 06, 2008 3:14pm PST

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Updated: Feb 06, 2008 9:57am PST

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Updated: Feb 06, 2008 7:40am PST

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Updated: Feb 06, 2008 6:54am PST

1/15/2008 Vehicle off the road in Hollywood, MD : At 1415 hours Company's 9, 7, 83 (Raft), 79, and 39 were alerted to 44575 Wildewood Parkway for the Personal Injury Accident with one vehicle into a pond. Engine 92 was the first Fire/EMS unit on the scene advising the car was in the water a little bit. Squad 7 (Capt. Lloyd), and Chief 7 (Albert) arrived soon after as Chief 7 assumed Operations as Chief 9B held the Command. Squad 7 stabilized the vehicle, and removed the door to gain access to the patient who was trapped inside. The crews worked together to remove the subject and safely move the patient into the Ambulance. Units operated on the scene for a short time later before returning to service.
http://www.hvfd7.com/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=424
http://www.thebaynet.com/news/index.cfm/fa/viewstory/story_ID/7608

1/15/2008 Vehicle off the road in Hol...

John Douglass (johndoug)

At 1415 hours Company's 9, 7, 83 (Raft), 79, and 39 were alerted to 44 ...

Updated: Feb 05, 2008 4:47pm PST