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3/21/2008 Hollywood Working House Fire : At 1533 hours Company 7, 1, Truck 7, and EMS Station 79 were alerted to 25210 Secretariate Drive for the reported house on fire. Chief 7 and Engine 73 responded. Fire board advised them that they were taking numerous calls reporting fire through the roof. Chief 7 then started the Working Fire dispatch on the call, adding Company 9 and Water Supply 5. Chief 7 was first to arrive on the scene at 1539 hours with a corrected address of 25188 Secretariate Drive, reporting he was on side alpha with a one story wood frame dwelling on a basement and heavy fire showing. Chief 7 at that time established the Hollywood Command and advised fireboard that all subjects were out of the structure and accounted for. 
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3/21/2008 Hollywood Working House Fire

John Douglass (johndoug)

At 1533 hours Company 7, 1, Truck 7, and EMS Station 79 were alerted t ...

Updated: Mar 21, 2008 8:01pm PST

Working fire Detroit Michigan Hurlburt St 3/14/08 :

Working fire Detroit Michigan Hurlbur...

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Updated: Mar 21, 2008 1:42pm PST

Hamtramck Michigan Working Fire 12147 McDougall 3/16/08 :

Hamtramck Michigan Working Fire 12147...

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Updated: Mar 21, 2008 8:29am PST

3/17/2008 Roll Over in St. Mary's City : 4-01 Box, 00:14- Rescue / Engine 42 was dispatched to the intersection of College Drive and Point Lookout Road for a reported motor vehicle accident. Command 4 / Chief 4 arrived just north of the intersection at 00:21 and reported a vehicle overturned with one patient. Ambulance 388 arrived and began patient care. After further evaluation of the patient, it was determined the patient needed to be flown to a higher level hospital due to their injuries. Engine 141 handled the Trooper 7 landing site nearby. After the roadway was re-opened all units cleared at 01:04.
http://www.ridgevfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=261

3/17/2008 Roll Over in St. Mary's City

John Douglass (johndoug)

4-01 Box, 00:14- Rescue / Engine 42 was dispatched to the intersection ...

Updated: Mar 18, 2008 7:39pm PST

3/16/2008 Controlled Burn in Valley Lee, MD : In the early morning hours on March 16, 2008, 2nd District VFD held a Training Burn. Bay District and Leonardtown were among the invitee's to the burn. C-3A and 4 firefighters from Companies 3 & 9 attended the drill bringing down Engine 91. Training Burns are vital to the Volunteers and gives them a chance to use the abilities they train for on a realistic level. As there are fewer and fewer fires due in part to, a better awareness of the public, smoke detectors and sprinkler suppression systems. In addition working with different fire companies also assists in smoother communication on large incidents when more than one fire department is involved.
http://www.bdvfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=564

3/16/2008 Controlled Burn in Valley L...

John Douglass (johndoug)

In the early morning hours on March 16, 2008, 2nd District VFD held a ...

Updated: Mar 16, 2008 5:51pm PST

3/14/2008 Big Gas Leak On Buck Hewitt Road : A Large Natural Gas leak in a new sub-division off of Buck Hewitt Rd on March 14. 2008 at 1003 hours brought out responding units from Bay District, Hollywood, NAS Pax River, St. Mary's County HAZMAT Teams and LPVRS. Responding within seconds of dispatch C-3A (J. Gould), E-32 (Acting Officer FF J. Sewell) and SQ-3 (C-3B J. Evans) quickly arrived on scene on the southern side of the incident area with the exception of SQ-3 being relocated to the north. E-92, E-72, E-73 and HAZMAT 18 responded to the northern section of the incident area. C-3A quickly assumed command and after a quick assessment with the initial crews it was determined that a pay loader had accidentally struck a large natural gas main running through that particular area.
http://www.bdvfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=565

3/14/2008 Big Gas Leak On Buck Hewitt...

John Douglass (johndoug)

A Large Natural Gas leak in a new sub-division off of Buck Hewitt Rd o ...

Updated: Mar 15, 2008 9:13am PST

Building Fire 15100 E. 69th St. N. (3/13/2008) : Dispatched as a shed fire, was quickly upgraded to a building fire. There was heavy smoke and orange glow showing from Woodlawn and K254 Highway.. E37,T37 on scene gave fully involved large building/barn. E37,SQ18 were fire attack. BAT32 took command, T32 shuttled water with T37. E38 investigated possible exposures and assisted with fire attack. E6/Q18/Andover Fire were disregarded. Benton Tender 75 also helped shuttle water. BAT34 took safety from Andover Fire's Deputy Chief. E329 and SQ328 assisted with overhaul.

Building Fire 15100 E. 69th St. N. (3...

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Dispatched as a shed fire, was quickly upgraded to a building fire. Th ...

Updated: Mar 13, 2008 10:37pm PST