Apr
12
2016

Saturday April 16 Purse Bingo – Savage Volunteer Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary

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Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Make it a night out at the Savage Volunteer Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary Purse Bingo night!! This month’s bingo will be on Saturday April 16. Information is below. We hope to see you there!!

Games start at 7:00 PM
(Doors open at 5:00 PM)

Savage Volunteer Fire Co. Hall
8521 Corridor Road
Savage, MD 20763

Admission: $18.00 in advance
$20.00 at the door (if available)
Includes 20 games and door prizes, two Jackpot games extra.

Raffles and King Tut will be available.

NOTE: Seating is limited, children are welcome when paying admission.

Food is available for purchase from the kitchen.

Proceeds to Benefit The Savage Volunteer Fire Co., Inc. Ladies Auxiliary

For advance tickets call:
301-725-6409 or 301-604-2468

Future bingo dates for 2016:
May 21
July 16
September 17
October 15
November 19

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Mar
30
2016

Rescue Engine 6 Runs Trap Job

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At 2310 this evening, Rescue Engine 6 was alerted to Rt 1 North at Rt 100 for the Rescue with Entrapment. Rescue Engine 6 arrived on location with units from Company 1 to find 1 pt trapped in his vehicle. Units worked hand in hand to extricate the pt in under 10 minutes.

Mar
21
2016

Overturned Tractor Trailer

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Today at approximately 14:40 on March 21, 2016, Rescue Engine 6 and Paramedic 65 were dispatched for a tractor trailer roll-over on the ramp from MD-32 EB to US-1 SB. Units arrived on location shortly thereafter to find a tractor trailer hauling a shipping container full of juice on its site with the driver stuck in the cab. With the assistance of a ladder and personnel on RE-6, the driver was able to self-extricate. Special Ops 10 and Maryland Department of the Environment responded to the incident to assist with the oil spill from the truck’s engine and drain the fuel tanks. Three heavy wrecker tow trucks responded to upright the truck. RE-6 was the last unit to clear the scene at approximately 17:45.

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Mar
18
2016

Engine and Truck Run House Fire in Elkridge

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Today at 1300 Hours, Engine 62, Truck 6, and other units from the county were alerted to the 7000 Block of Lennox Ave in Company 1′s first due. Engine 11 arrived to find heavy fire coming from an attached garage on side D. Engine 62 arrived seconds later and assumed second due responsibilities, stretching a line  to side D and knocking most of the fire. When Truck 6 arrived they assumed first due truck and conducted a search of division 1 and 2. The fire was placed under control moments later. The cause of the fire is still under investigation

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Jan
18
2016

Truck Runs Apartment Fire In PG County

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On January 17 at 1537 Hours, Truck 6 was alerted to the 15000 Block of Arbory Way In PG County Company 10′s area. The First arriving Engine from PG went on the scene with smoke showing and assumed fire attack. The Truck, being the first arriving Special Service, arrived and broke off into 2 crews, The interior crew went inside to assist Engine 810 with fire attack, search and rescue, and overhaul. The exterior crew laddered the building, and secured the utilities.

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Jan
18
2016

Engine, Truck, And Paramedic Run House Fire in Company 10′s area

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At approx 1330 hours on January 9th, Engine 62, Truck 6, and Paramedic 66, along with other units from the county, were alerted to the 10000 Block of Hatbrim Terrace in South Columbia for the House Fire. The first arriving unit went on the scene with fire showing, upon the arrival of the truck company, they began search and rescue, as well as Ventilation, the engine company arrived 4th and assisted with Ventilation and Overhaul. P66 transported 1 patient to a local facility.

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Jan
18
2016

Engine, Truck, Rescue, and Paramedic Run Rescue In the First Due

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At approx. 1822 hours on January 8th, Engine 61, Rescue Engine 6, Truck 6, Paramedic 65, along with other units from the county, were alerted to the 9100 block of Washington Blvd for the vehicle into the building. Units arrived to find a single vehicle that drove off the roadway into the front of a storage center. All occupants were out of the vehicle. Due to structural damage the building was tagged unsafe for use by the county.

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Jan
18
2016

Engine And Truck Run Building Fire in AACo

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On January 2nd 2016, at approx. 2212 hours, Engine 61, and Truck 6 were alerted mutual aid to AACO to the 8400 block of river road in Maryland city for the building fire. Upon arrival of the first due unit, fire was found through the roof and the second alarm was sounded. Engine 61 set up water supply for Anne Arundel Engine 21, while the truck was the first unit in staging. The truck has since been released and is back in quarters, protecting the first due.

Jan
17
2016

Rescue Engine, Engine, Paramedic, And Brush Run first Due Trap Job

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On December 4th, 2015 at 1913 hours, Rescue Engine 6, Engine 62, Paramedic 65, and Brush 68 were alerted to the intersection of North Laurel RD and Baltimore Ave for a rescue with unknown injuries. Brush 68 arrived to find 1 Patient Trapped. The Rescue Engine extricated the patient in just under 5 Minutes.

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Jan
17
2016

Truck And Engine Run House Fire in Company 1′s Area

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Just before 2:30am, on November 17th, 2015 Engine 62, Truck 6 along with other units from Howard and Anne Arundel county were alerted to the 6400 block of Woodvale Court in Elkridge. Engine 91 arrived to find fire showing from side C. Engine 62 arrived and assumed 2nd due responsibilities, while the Truck arrived and assumed RIT. Companies worked in conjunction to extinguish the fire in less than 30 minutes.

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Jul
6
2015

Company runs First Due Water Rescue

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At aprox 2001 Hours, Engine 61, Truck 6, and Ambulance 66, along with other units from the county were dispatched to Gorman road at Foundry Street for the Vehicle stuck in the water. The truck company arrived first on the scene to find a passenger van submerged in about 3 feet of water. Upon the arrival of the Engine company, Personnel from Savage safely affected the rescue of 3 people from the van. County police secured the roadway until the water subsided.

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Jun
6
2015

Junk Yard Fire

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At aprox. 1202 hours, Engine 62, Truck 6, Chief 6, And Chief 6b, along with other units from the county were alerted to Box 5-63 for the building fire. Upon arrival of the first arriving engine company, they advised that it was a junkyard, fully engulfed. Truck 6 made access to the fireground via a neighboring driveway, while Engine 62 dropped 900 feet of supply line, to support master stream operations. While the truck used a partner saw to cut the fence, the crew from the engine company stretched multiple lines. After about an hour, the fire was out. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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