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
During the late evening hours of Wednesday, the station alarm sounded for the truck on fire, located in the area of 95 North near RT 32. Engine 62 with a crew of 5 volunteers responded along with RE-6 and E-101 along with tanker 11. Engine 62 aaas first arriving and found heavy fire from the engine compartment on the dump truck The crew stretched a hand line and attacked the fire, with assistance from E-101. Crews made quick work of opening up and extinguishing the fire. Tanker 11 placed in service and the remaining crews picked up within 30 min.
After a long and busy day of calls this past Saturday a passerby knocked on the front door of our firehouse around 11:46pm to advise us of a accident that had just occurred in the intersection In front of the firehouse (Rt1. & Howard st.). Acting chief 6b (Larkins) went out to investigate and immediately called for the full rescue assignment for 2 vehicles with 1 person trapped and established the Washington blvd command. This brought 3 pieces of apparatus from Savage As well as 2 Chiefs from Savage and multiple surrounding units to the scene. RE6 and TWR10 worked side by side to remove the patient who was transported by P95 to Shock trauma. E62 provided suppression for the duration of the incident and T6 provided manpower. All units operated for about 45 minutes before being placed in service.
Truck 6 & chief 6A Runs mutual aid Fire in the Maryland City section of Anne Arundel County. This particular area had received several lightening strikes in a short period of time causing multiple fire alarms to sound. Initially the truck was placed on a general fire alarm and while responding it was determined to be the same building location as a reported building fire. Truck 6 was first arriving ariel and set up on the front of the building, with smoke showing from the roof. The crew split and immediately went inside and started forcing entry and hooking ceilings trying to locate the bulk of the fire, the other half of the crew threw ground ladders and went to the roof and cut a ventilation hole. Command requested a 2nd alarm to the scene to assist. Due to difficult access into the attic and the fire intensifying, interior crews were pulled out and ladder pipes went into service. Once the bulk of the fire was knocked down truck 6 went back inside to assist crews with overhaul until later being placed in service, crews operated for several hours.
Truck Six assumed first arriving Ladder responsibilities and assisted fire attack with search and ventilation. Engine 62, first arriving engine on the 2nd alarm and assigned to the 4th floor division to assist with fire attack due to majority of the first alarm units already committed to removing occupants. While in the overhaul stage a “MAYDAY” was transmitted by a AACO company for a downed Firefighter, two members from Engine 62′s crew Captain Kevin Larkins and FF/EMT Tyler Jones along with members of Laurel VFD Truck Co. 10 located and removed the downed Firefighter. He transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Members from Savage and Ellicott City took part in a combined training. The drill was located at Crazy Ray’s whom we’d like to thank for providing our members with valuable hands on training. Members from both departments were able to practice their stabilization and extrication skills with vehicle accidents, where this becomes important for training is understanding how to best access the patients still trapped inside the car.
Just prior to 730pm on August 9th, Engine 62, Rescue Engine 6, Ambulance 66 and Chief 6A were dispatched for the rescue 95 north just prior to 175. CF6A arrived to find 4 vehicles involved with 1 into the woods. Patient was extricated and transported to University Of MarylandShock trauma priority 1 by Paramedic 105. Units operated for about 45 mins before going in service.
In the early morning hours Engine 62 was alerted for the house fire in company 49’s first due, En-route units arriving on scene advised fire showing from side A 2nd floor and the working fire dispatch was requested. Engine 62 was second arriving engine, picking up the water supply for RE849. The crew from Engine 62 pulled a second attack line to back up RE849 and assist with fire attack. Multiple units from PG county & Howard county worked for approximately 2 hours to bring the fire under control before returning to service.
Just before dinner, Engine 62 and Engine 91 were alerted for a car on fire located on I-95 Southbound just after rt175. EnRoute dispatch advised they were receiving multiple calls. E-91 arrived to find a car on the shoulder fully engulfed with fire, the crew from E-91 stretched an attack line as Engine 62 arrived on scene to assist. Both units worked together to quickly extinguish the fire and units returned to service within 30 min
Around 23:30 RE-6 & E-62 along with Ambulance 96 run for a reported vehicle accident involving a tractor trailer. Once units arrived on scene in the area of Dorsey Run Rd and Junction drive they found a jackknifed tractor trailer with damage to the cab and fuel tanks. With fuel actively leaking from the trucks diesel fuel tanks, Special Operations from company 10 and MDE were called to the scene to assist with control and clean up of the fuel leak. Crews were able to safely contain the leak and prevent it from getting into the storm water system. The crew also checked for injuries with the driver.