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At 2119 hours, Engine 62, and Rescue Engine 6 were alerted to North Laurel Rd behind Bottom of the Bay for the Truck fire. Rescue Engine 6 arrived to find a Work Truck on fire. Rescue Engine 6 worked quickly to put the fire out
At 2217 hours, Engine 62, Reserve Squad 6, Paramedic 65, Brush 68, and Chief 6 and units from Company 11 were alerted to the 9300 block of Old Scaggsville Rd for the Rescue with Entrapment. Engine 111 arrived to find a single vehicle with one occupant trapped inside. Crews operated for about 15 minutes before extricating the patient. MSP Aviation Trooper 2 transported the Patient to the local trauma center.
At 1938 hours, Engine 62, Reserve Squad 6, Paramedic 65, Brush 68, and Chief 6 were alerted to Gorman Road and Skylark Boulevard for the Rescue with Entrapment. Chief 6 arrived to find a single vehicle overturned with one occupant trapped inside. Crews operated for about 5 minutes before extricating the patient. The patient was transported to the local trauma center by Paramedic 65.
On May 15th, the company met with Chesapeake Rescue to look into buying new stabilization struts for Rescue Engine 6. After a long day of looking at the pros and cons of each, the fire chief and officers decided on the Auto-X struts made by Rescue Jack. The board approved the purchase and the company is expecting the struts to arrive late this summer. These new struts greatly expand our capabilities to stabilize an overturned vehicle during a rescue.
On April 16th,at 10:36am, Rescue Engine 6, Truck 6, Ambulance 66, Chief 6, along with other units from Howard county, PG county, and Anne Arundel county, were alerted to the 9700 block of Country Meadows Lane in box 6-7 for an apartment fire. Rescue Engine 6 arrived moments after to find heavy smoke from the 3rd floor. The crew stretched to the 3rd floor and began fire attack, and search and rescue. Moments later the fire extended through the roof, and Chief 6 called for the evacuation tones. Crews began to put a knock on the fire using the deck gun. After the fire was knocked down, Rescue Engine 6 and Truck 7 made entry and began an aggressive fire attack. At approximately 11:47, the fire was ruled out. Units remained on scene for several hours to check for hot spots and overhaul the fire building. In total, 22 residents were displaced. There were no injuries.
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:
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.
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.