Dec
13
2014

FIRST DUE HOUSE FIRE FOR SAVAGE

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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.10468654_372982596194673_1297016952069261831_n1888736_372982582861341_3313334668869450547_n

Dec
9
2014

Busy Morning in Savage

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At approximately 7am, Engine 62 with 3 volunteers was alerted to 32 & 295 for the auto fire. E62 and Rescue engine 6 arrived behind AA E291 with one car on fire. E62 assisted with extinguishment and went in service.

After clearing the auto fire at approx 7:30am, Paramedic 65 and PG squad 849 were alerted for an auto accident at Route 1 and Freestate Dr. P65 arrived and advised one trapped to start the rescue assignment. E62 arrived and assumed command, P65 & E62 were able to free one occupant prior to arrival of squad 849. P65 transported one priority 2 to Shock Trauma.10435392_370907853068814_7064215039690934058_n10417774_370907839735482_1734749897151678442_n

Dec
7
2014

SANTA IS COMING TO TOWN

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Speaking of Santa………..

It’s that time of year again look for Santa to be rolling through your neighborhood. Starting Dec 15th – 24th If for some reason the weather prohibits us from making our rounds we will have a few make up days, and will notify here accordingly of any changes.
The following gives the main areas that we will cover, times are approximately 5pm – 9pm

Monday December 15th
Bowling Brook Community
Knights Bridge
Jeanne Ct
Horsham
Bowling Brook Apartments

Tuesday December 16th
Route 1 North
Jenmar & Gatewood
Cedar Ave & Lincoln Drive
Pleasant Chase

Wednesday December 17th
Route 1 South
Midway
North Laurel Rd
Madison Ave

Thursday December 18th
Vollmerhausen Rd
Spring Water Path
Vollmerhausen drive
Sea Shadow

Friday December 19th
Guilford Road
Mary Lane
Twelve Sons
Mission Rd
Oakland Mills
Glen Oaks

Saturday December 20th
Kings Grant
Whiskey Bottom
Manor Wood
Northgate
Glen Ridge
Covered Wagon
Canterbury Riding
Stephens Rd

Sunday December 21st
Stone Lake / Emerson
Weathered Stone Way
Skylark Blvd
Upper Sky Way
Palace Hall Dr.

Monday December 24th
Town of Savage

Dec
7
2014

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA 12/13/2014 !!!!!!!!!!

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Come out and join us for our annual Breakfast with Santa. Have your picture taken with the jolly old man. So be sure to come on out this coming weekend and get in the spirit, have some sausage & pancakes. It will be a great time for the kids!!!!!

Saturday December 13, 2014
08:00 – 11:00
$8:00 – Adults
$5.00 – Children 2-12
Children under 2 are free

Contact Numbers: 301-725-6409 or 301-604-2468

Location of the fire station
8521 Corridor Rd, Savage, MD 20763

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Dec
7
2014

Truck Co. Runs 2 working fires within a few hours

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12/7/14-5:40pm
First-9 Box (Tamar)
7900 Mayfair Circle
..Truck 6 was second arriving truck to a 2 story condo with light smoke showing and small fire showing from the outside. Upon further investigation, crews inside found heavy fire in the walls and between the floors. Truck 6 took side Charlie, ladders were thrown, windows taken out and the roof ventilated while the interior guys went to work to open up the walls and ceilings for Engine 91 (Tamar) to extinguish the fire. Truck 6 performed extensive overhaul to assist the fire investigators with their investigation.

Second- 2 Box (Ellicott City)
8700 Mitzy Ln
12am- Truck 6 alerted for the task force when crews from station 2(EC) arrived to find a single family home with heavy fire showing from the rear of the home and attic. Crews quickly went to work to extinguish the fire. Crew from T6 staged until released by command.

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Dec
1
2014

RESCUE WITH ENTRAPMENT

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On Monday evening around 1900 hours Rescue Engine 6 was alerted for the rescue with possible entrapment, On Washington Blvd @ Kit Kat Rd. Upon arrival with Squad 1 (Elkridge) units found Ambulance 16 (Elkridge) involved in the incident and partially under a Trash hauling trailer with the driver of the Ambulance severely pinned. The assignment was upgraded bringing special operations from station 10 (rivers park) to the scene as well as the “Go Team” from shock trauma.

Units worked hand in hand effortlessly along with a heavy wrecker crew from Ultimate towing to lift the trailer off of the unit. Sq 1 and Re 6 utilized their winches to then pull the ambulance out from under the trailer and further continue to peel back the mangled metal of the ambulance. Crews operated for 2 hours to free the driver who was then transported Priority 1 to Shock Trauma.
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Please keep Elkridge VFD in your thoughts during this tough time.
A job well done by all companies and personal involved to help one of our own guys during this tough incident.

Dec
1
2014

Rescue with entrapment on the BLVD

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Rescue Engine 6 Paramedic 65 and Chief 6b were dispatched for the personal injury accident with 1 over turned on Wash. blvd. NB @ Corridor Rd. Re6 arrived to find a Single vehicle roll over with one occupant trapped. Patient was extricated in 7minutes by Re6 and transported to Shock trauma by P65. Units operated for approx. 30 mins.10428583_368384543321145_5891739308820817081_n

Nov
28
2014

ENGINE & TRUCK RUN FIRE IN ELKRIDGE

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At approximately 12:14 on 11-28-14 Engine 62 & Truck 6 along with Chief 6a & chief 6b were alerted for the house fire in Company 1s first due (Elkridge) Units arrived with heavy fire showing from side Charlie. Engine 62 with 5 men arrived quickly as the second in engine and stretched a second line to assist with fire attack. Truck Co. 6 assumed first arriving ladder truck duties and completed a primary search while also opening up. Both companies operated for approx 2 hours.10805556_366933583466241_5132898343454437448_n1618484_366933600132906_5329884877597812495_n

Nov
22
2014

ENGINE 62 & TRUCK 6 RUN FIRST DUE FIRE

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At 03:40 E62 & T6 were alerted for the possible garage fire. Units Arrived on scene and found fire through the roof of a 1 story attached garage with extension to the house, Truck 6 made access into the front of the garage while E62 and Re849 stretched 2 attack lines and made a knock on the fire. E111stretched a line around side Charlie and worked with Twr10. Laurel T10 had roof operations and opened up for the guys inside. Chief 6B had command and all units operated for about 2 hours.
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Nov
9
2014

2014 Four Wheeler Raffle

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The 2014 Four Wheeler 850 Polaris Sportsman was raffled off yesterday at 11:00am. The winning ticket number was 00830 from Huntingtown Maryland. Congratulations to the winner. The winner has been contacted. Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets and supported our event. The savagevolunteerfirecompany.com link has been disabled and no longer works.

Oct
28
2014

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It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of former member Art Staub on October 26, 2014. Art was a member of Savage Volunteer Fire Company prior to joining the Laurel Volunteer Fire Department where he became a life member. Art’s passing leaves a great void in the lives of his many family and friends and he will be greatly missed. Please keep Art and his family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

A viewing will be held at the Laurel Volunteer Fire Department on Sunday November 2, 2014 1:00pm-4:00pm and 7:00pm-9:00pm with a fire department service at 7:30pm.

Funeral will be held at the Laurel Volunteer Fire Department on Monday November 3, 2014 at 1:00pm.

http://www.tributes.com/obituary/show/David-Arthur-Staub-101820527

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Oct
10
2014

GET SCARED FOR A GOOD CAUSE

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Ladies and Gentlemen, Kids of all ages come out and have a spoooktacular good time at a local haunted house.  It is owned and operated by one of our very own fire department members.  Many of our members have been volunteering their time and efforts to seeing this haunted house a success.  We invite you to come out on October 18th  and get scared, all of the evening proceeds raised will be getting donated back to public safety agencies and specifically back to Savage Volunteer Fire Company.  The haunted house in Laurel MD, is located at 935 FairLawn Ave which is right off RT1 in the Laurel Shopping Center. Hours of operation are Fri & Sat 7pm-11pm and  Thur & Sun 7pm-10pm

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