New Market Volunteer Fire Company

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2017 Working Incidents
Entrapments Fires
Jan 1 0
Feb 1 3
Mar 1 2
Apr 1 0
May 3 4
Jun 2 4
Total 9 13

2017 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 37 66
Feb 44 65
Mar 65 75
Apr 43 71
May 56 70
Total 245 347

Past Working Incidents
Pinjobs Fires
2012 14 18
2013 25 22
2014 7 20
2015 24 34
2016 12 27

Past Call Stats
Year Fire EMS
2010 722 757
2011 655 732
2012 657 877
2013 806 1030
2014 788 795
2015 813 767
2016 684 863

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Welcome to the Official Website for the New Market District Volunteer Fire Company, Inc.

Attention: We will no longer  be conducting our regular Friday Night Bingo Fundraiser. 
From now on, we will only be conducting MEGA Bingos, held every other month. 
Please stay posted for upcoming dates. Thank you for your support.
The next MEGA Bingo is being held on June 9th 2017.


Rescue Squad Goes to Work Again

Captain Matthew Thews, June 18

At 0536 hours on Sunday, June 18th, Company 15 units were alerted for a vehicle accident with rollover on Interstate 70 westbound in the area of the 63 mile marker. A159, RS15, E152, C15, C15-1, and C15-2 responded on the run. Units arrived to find a single vehicle on its roof in the trees. A single patient was found to be suffering from traumatic injuries and was trapped in the vehicle. C15-1 established ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Market Assists on Mount Airy Two Alarm Building Fire

Captain Matthew Thews, June 15

On Thursday June 15th at 1552 hours, Carroll County Box Alarm 1-1 was sounded for a building fire at the old Chevrolet dealership on the corner of South Main Street and Fairwood Lane in Mount Airy. E152 (Sgt. Chapman), RS15 (DFRS Capt. Newman), and C15-3 (AFC Kennedy) responded on the initial alarm. CCE12 went on the scene to find fire showing from the roof of the building, and a rapid intervention ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Market Volunteers First In on Fully Involved House

Captain Matthew Thews, June 14

On Wednesday June 14th at approximately 0330 hours, units were alerted to a possible building fire at the Costco Warehouse on Intercoastal Drive in New Market. E152(Capt. Thews), RS15 (Sgt. Chapman), and C15-1 (DFC Moe) responded on the assignment with 7 volunteers. A159 was already on a separate assignment. While enroute, a second box alarm was struck in Co. 25's first due area for a house on fire. ... (Full Story & Photos)

D-Shift and Volunteers Contain Car Fire Threatening Building

Captain Matthew Thews, June 13

On Tuesday June 13th at 1742 hours Co. 15 units were alerted for a vehicle fire at the Burger King in the New Market Commons Shopping Center. E152, A159, and C15-2 (AFC Betts) responded on the call. Units arrived to find a car on fire next to the building and threatening the restaurant. C15-2 established command and requested ECC to fill the box alarm. This brought RS15 to the call as well. Crews ... (Full Story & Photos)

Volunteers take in First Due Kitchen Fire

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, June 07

At 1913hrs on Wednesday June 7th, Box Alarm 15-28 was rung out for the report of a kitchen fire in the 5500blk Sponseller Ct, E152(FC Nalborczyk), C15-1(DFC Moe), C15-3(AFC Kennedy) Capt15-2(Capt Thews) and B156(Sgt Chapman) responded with a total of eleven (11) volunteers. First arriving Capt15-2 found a kitchen fire with moderate smoke in the house, he performed a 360 of the structure and assured ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Squad Assists Mount Airy VFC

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, June 04

Immediately after clearing hours of Swiftwater Rescue Training, Carroll ECC dispatched Rescue Squad 15(FF3 Bloodgood) which responded with five (5) volunteers to Route-27 at the County Line for a report of a motor vehicle collision with entrapment, first arriving Carroll County Chief-1(FC Stull) went on the scene and confirmed entrapment. Upon arrival RS15 went to work stabilizing the vehicle and ... (Full Story & Photos)

DFRS Staff and Volunteers Extinguish Several Fires

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, June 02

On Friday June 2nd around 1215hrs ET154(DFRS Capt Newman) and B156(Capt Thews) were alerted for the report of a Large Outside Brush Fire at Bussard Brothers Mulch, C15(FC Nalborczyk), C15-1(DFC Moe) and D15(LT Bowles) responded on the run with eight (8) personnel. First arriving B156 found a large mulch pile with fire showing, B156 requested the assistance of an additional Engine, Aerial Tower bringing ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Market Volunteers Extricate One on Green Valley Road

Captain Matthew Thews, May 27

On Saturday May 27th at 1028 hours, units from New Market and Medic 23 were alerted for a vehicle accident with entrapment at Route 75 and Baldwin Road West. A159 (FF Bloodgood), RS15 (Sgt. Chapman), ET154 (Tech. Johnson) (reserve), and C15-2 (AFC Betts) responded with 14 volunteers. Rescue Squad 15 arrived to find a tractor trailer vs. two passenger vehicles with one patient trapped. Rescue Squad ... (Full Story & Photos)

Volunteers Respond to Vehicle Collision with One Pinned

Captain Matthew Thews, May 24

Just before 0500 hours on Wednesday May 24th, the New Market District VFC was alerted to respond with A159 (Capt Hanagan) to Green Valley Road and Old Annapolis Road for a vehicle accident with entrapment. A few moments later, the location was updated to the 6300 block of Green Valley Road, bringing RS15 (Sgt. Chapman) and ET154 (FFIII Gamble) (reserve unit) to the call with 8 volunteers. The company ... (Full Story & Photos)

Volunteers Attend Washington Gas PipeTown Training

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, May 21

On Sunday the 21st, eighteen (18) volunteers loaded up and took in the trip to Springfield, Virginia to Washington Gas's PipeTown Facility for both classroom and live gas emergency training. While at the drill members drilled on gas properties, handling gas emergencies, meter types, gas line construction and pressures, active leak management, gas company notification procedures and live gas fed fire ... (Full Story & Photos)


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