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2015 Working Incidents
Entrapments Fires
Jan 2 2
Feb 3 3
Mar
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May
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Aug
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Dec
Total 5 5

2015 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 70 54
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Total 70 54

Past Working Incidents
Pinjobs Fires
2012 14 18
2013 25 22
2014 7 20

Past Call Stats
Year Fire EMS
2010 722 757
2011 655 732
2012 657 877
2013 806 1030
2014 788 795

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Volunteers Respond to Collision with Multiple Injuries

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, February 13

On Friday February 13th, New Market units, A159(EMSII Telfer), RE153(Sgt Chapman), E152(FFIII Broyles), C15(Nalborczyk), C15-1(Moe), B156(Prob Fossett) and U15(EMR Runkles) with a total of 24 volunteers responded for the report of a Motor Vehicle Collision at the intersection of Old National Pike and Detrick Rd, while responding ECC advised the units that they were adding a second ambulance and a ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Crews Rescue Man Pinned After Structure Collapse

Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, February 10

On Tuesday February 10th at 1553 hours Rescue Box 15-6 was alerted for the building collapse with a subject pinned. RE153 (Lt. Leonard), E152 (AFC Thews), B156 (J. Fossett), U15 (FF D. White), C15-1 (DFC Moe), and C15 (FC Nalborczyk) responded on the call with 16 volunteers. RE153 arrived on the scene to find a very old grain bin structure that had collapsed on an elderly subject. The victim was pinned ... (Full Story & Photos)

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New Market Volunteers Take in Trailer Fire

Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, February 08

On Sunday February 8th at 0248 hours, Box Alarm 17-44 was alerted for the house trailer fire in the 13600 block of Glissans Mill Road. Company 15 was dispatched as the 3rd due engine on the assignment. E152 (Sgt. Chapman) and C15-1 (DFC Moe) responded with 7 volunteers. C15-1 arrived on scene to find smoke showing from a house trailer and established Glissans Mill Road Command. E152 arrived, laid ... (Full Story & Photos)

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New Market Volunteers Assist on Horse Stuck in Mud

Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, February 02

On Monday February 2nd at 1737 hours, units from Urbana Co. 23 were alerted for a horse stuck in the mud in the 3200 block of Roderick Road in Urbana. Upon the arrival of the first units it was quickly discovered that this was a complex rescue situation. The Frederick County Advanced Technical Rescue (ATR) team was requested along with additional rescue units. As crews worked at the scene, Company ... (Full Story & Photos)

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*Frederick News Post Photo*
*Frederick News Post Photo*

New Market Volunteers Respond to Car in Water

Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, January 31

On Saturday January 31st at approximately 2245 hours units were alerted for a vehicle in the water at the Monocacy Boulevard boat ramp to the Monocacy River. Units arrived to find a sedan partially submerged near the end of the ramp. Command was established. Boat 15 and Boat 14 were alerted to fill the assignment, as the first two boats failed to repsond. B156 & BT15 (FF D. White), and RE153 (AFC ... (Full Story & Photos)

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New Market Volunteers Run Door Pop on I-70

Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, January 31

On Saturday January 31st at 1502 hours, units from New Market and Mount Airy were alerted for a motor vehicle accident on Interstate 70 westbound just prior to Exit 62. A159 (Lt. Sullivan), RE153 (Sgt. Chapman), E152 (AFC Thews), B156 (J. Fossett), and C15 (FC Nalborczyk) responded on the call with 18 volunteers. Units arrived to find a single vehicle into a guardrail in the median of I-70 behind ... (Full Story & Photos)

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New Market Crews Extricate One on Ijamsville Road

Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, January 21

On Wednesday January 21st a mid-morning snow storm struck the area, causing a slew of motor vehicle collisions. At 1233 hours, New Market units were alerted for a vehicle accident at Ijamsville Road and Broadmoor Crossing in Company 33's first due. A159 (FF Harper), RE153 (Capt. Schultz), E152 (Sgt. Chapman), and C15-1 (DFC Moe) responded with 11 personnel. The New Market units arrived to find a single ... (Full Story & Photos)

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New Market Assists on Damascus House Fire

Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, January 10

On Saturday January 10 at 1600 hours units from Montgomery, Frederick, and Carroll Counties were alerted for a house fire in the 28000 block of Kemptown Road in Damascus Co. 13's first due. Initial units on the scene found fire showing from a two story farm house and began an exterior attack. BC705 had the Kemptown Road Command. Command requested the fire task force just a few minutes into the incident ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo Courtesy MCFRS
Photo Courtesy MCFRS

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Engine, Squad, and Ambulance Assist on Johnsville House Fire

Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, January 04

On Monday January 4th at 0153 hours units were alerted on Box 17-36 for the house fire in the 12900 block of Molasses Road in Johnsville. First arriving units found a large 2 story home with fire and smoke showing. C17(Stevens) established the Molasses Road command. Units began an interior attack on the fire. RE153(Sgt Chapman responded with 6 volunteers to fill the rescue squad assignment on the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Citizens hold Polar Bear Plunge as fundraiser for New Market Volunteers

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, January 01

On January 1st, a group of citizens gathered to hold their first annual Polar Bear Plunge in Lake Linganore to raise funds for the New Market District Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company, Engine-152 and Ambulance-159 were at the event to keep the citizens safe during their great efforts to raise funds for our station. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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