Due to expected inclement weather, Bingo has been cancelled for Saturday February 21, 2015.
The next date for Bingo will Saturday March 21, 2015.
Engine 61, CF6A and CF6B operated on this 2nd alarm house fire in Co. 7′s area (Banneker). Units arrived on location of a three story end of the group town home with heavy fire showing from side “A” on all three floors, due to the conditions upon arrival and a “all clear” confirmed by the residence; units immediately went to defensive operations. Savage units arrived on location and were put right to work, CF6A was assigned the “Bravo 1″ exposure along with Engine 61. Crews went to work opening up and checking for horizontal fire spread. CF6B arrived and was assigned the “Alpha division” of the original fire building and worked with multiple crew’s to bring the fire under control. Crew’s operated for approxamitly 3 hours.
Chief 6 & E62 were dispatched for the report of a house fire in Prince Georges County, Laurel 10′s first due. While en route, PG Chief 10 upgraded it to a working fire. E62 arrived as the 4th due engine company and immediately pulled PG Engine 10′s 300ft attack line and entered the house from side bravo. Chief 6 established division 1 command. E62′s company masked up and 2 members proceeded to the 2nd floor where there were heavy smoke conditions. They encountered slight heat once on the second floor. The officer of 62 then entered a small door which led into a storage space with high heat conditions and low visibility in the room. He was able to locate the bulk of the fire and began to open up with a hook while calling for a hose line. The officer of E62 was then able to grab the pipeman from E10 and direct him. E62 then assisted with extinguishment of the fire, the overhaul, and mopping up of hot spots. The engine company and chief operated for approximately 2 hours.
Wednesday evening units from station 6 were alerted for the accident with injuries, it was reported initially as entrapment and on fire. Upon arrival of Chief 6B, Rescue Engine 6, they found a car on fire, with a motorcycle into the side of the car at the intersection of Guilford and Mission Rd. After a quick search it was determined that now one was inside or underneath and the crew went to work extinguishing the fire. The volunteer paramedic crew from 66 treated and transported one person to the hospital.
At approx 10:32 am box alarm 1-3 was struck for the trailer fire. Engine 62 and Truck 6 were alerted as second due engine and first due truck as well as Chief 6A & C6B. E11 (Elkridge) went on scene with smoke showing and found heavy fire conditions in the kitchen and living room area. E62 arrived as second in engine and assisted with fire attack. Truck 6 arrived and assisted with the removal of 1 victim who was pronounced dead at the scene from injuries not connected to the fire. For more info check out HCPD facebook page.
Earlier this evening, units from company 6 were called to the 8200 block of Washington Boulevard for a mobile home on fire. Savage Engine 61, was first arriving and did a split lay from the entrance of the trailer park. With Smoke and fire showing upon arrival a 200ft bumper line was pulled and commenced with fire attack. Savage Engine 62 arrived quickly and secured the water from the hydrant to complete the split lay and the crew assisted E-61 with fire attack. . The fire was quickly extinguished, and help from Elkridge squad 1, and Rivers Park tower 10 companies assisted with overhaul operations. One civilian was transported to a local hospital with minor burns. Two adults were displaced due to the damage caused by the blaze, and they are being assisted by the Red Cross.
Around 6:20pm Rescue Engine 6, Engine 62 and Chief 6A were alerted for the rescue on Route 1 prior to Gorman Rd. E62 Arrived on location to find a two vehicle accident with one patient trapped. Engine 62, and Rescue Engine 6 were able to quickly extricate the patient with a single door pop. The patient was safely extricated and transported to the hospital byParamedic 105. Chief 6A had command.
The Savage Volunteer Fire Company would like to take a moment and say a big THANK YOU to our community for supporting this fine organization, that is proud to serve year after year since 1937. Thank you to the 2014 line officers, firefighters, EMT’s, Ladies auxiliary, and the career staff at HCDFRS. We wish that everyone has a happy and safe NewYears Eve tonight !!!!!! and as we look ahead to 2015 we welcome in new members, and new line officers. Here’s to having another successful year.
At approximately 7:35 pm Engine 62, Rescue Engine 6 and Paramedic 65 were alerted for the possible house fire at 10061 guilford road. While en route, communications came back reporting that they were receiving multiple calls. P65 arrived on scene with heavy fire showing from side Charlie. E62 arrived, established their own water supply and stretched a 200′ 1-3/4″ line to side Charlie and made the knock to the porch and in the basement while the rescue engine pulled the backup line. Engine 101 (rivers park) pulled a line to the Front of the structure and to the second floor to make the knock in the attic. Truck 10 (rivers park) opened up the structure and overhauled the fire floors. All units operated for about 1.5 hours. E62 & T10 remained on scene to assist the fire investigator with the investigation.