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2018 Incidents
JAN 72 79
FEB 43 65
Total 115 144

2018 Working Incidents
Entrapments Fires
Jan 4 7
Feb 1 1
Mar 0 1
Total 5 9

Past Working Incidents
Pinjobs Fires
2012 14 18
2013 25 22
2014 7 20
2015 24 34
2016 12 27
2017 15 30

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
2017 649 862

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MEGA Bingo is back! Join us on Friday, April 13th at 6:45 pm for lots of fun and your chance at $11,000 in cash prizes.
Tickets can be purchased in advance for a discount or at the door (full price).
Please call 301-748-6823 for more info or to buy tickets.

The next country style breakfast will be held on Mother's Day, Sunday May 13, 2018. your support.
Please join us for a deliciou
s breakfast and treat the moms in your life to a special event!

Donations are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your support.

New Market Volunteers Hosting a MEGA Bingo

Captain Matthew Thews, April 13

The New Market Volunteers are set to hold a $11,000.00 Mega Bingo on Friday, April 13, 2018. Doors open at 5:00 PM and games start at 6:45 PM. Tickets are $70 in advance and $80 at the door. Dinner and drinks are included. Special games pay $500 and regular games pay $200. Large Jackpot is $1,600 and Small Jackpot is $800. Tip jars and holder will also be available. We hope to see you there!

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Captain Matthew Thews, March 14

New Market, MD – (March 14th, 2018) On Tuesday March 13th, 2018 at roughly 5:20PM a responding Ambulance from New Market
District Volunteer Fire Company, New Market Station was responding eastbound on West Main Street to a report of a building fire in
the New Market Commons Shopping Center when it was involved in personal injury collision at the intersection of West Main St and
Eighth Alley in New ... (Full Story & Photos)

Busy Sunday Brings Multiple Runs for New Market Volunteers

Captain Matthew Thews, March 04

It was a busy Sunday for the New Market Volunteers, with crews taking in 10 runs in 16 hours. There were multiple calls for structure fires, adaptive assignments, and vehicle collisions. Some of the more significant responses are listed below.

At 0629 hours, E152, A159, and C15 responded for an odor of smoke on Royal Saint Andrews Place. Units investigated an HVAC odor in the home.

At 1501 hours, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, February 24

On Saturday February 24th, 2018 the New Market District Volunteer Fire Company held their 63rd Annual Banquet program. During the event the members and guest enjoyed a great meal prepared and served by Olde Towne Caterings of Mount Airy, MD. The members had much to look back upon and reflect on many administrative, fundraising and operational accomplishments throughout calendar year 2017 and both ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Market Volunteers Respond to Kitchen Fire

Captain Matthew Thews, February 18

On Sunday February 18th at 1239 hours, units were alerted on Box 25-1 for the house fire in the 11700 block of Weller Road. E152 (FC Nalborczyk), RS15 (Sgt. Chapman), C15-2 (AFC Betts) and C15-3 (AFC Bowles) responded on the call with 12 volunteers. ET254 arrived to find a single story home with smoke showing. ET254 advised that they had fire in the kitchen and extension to the cabinets. E152 picked ... (Full Story)

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Captain Matthew Thews, February 04

On the morning of Sunday, February 4th, a round of freezing rain and snowy mix caused ice covered roadways in New Market and surrounding areas. Beginning at 1100 hours, numerous collisions were being reported on I-70. In total the New Market Volunteers would respond to six separate collisions in under two hours. Here is a listed of incidents responded to:

1126 Hours - Vehicle Accident with Rollover ... (Full Story & Photos)

Squad and Deputy Chief Go to Building Fire in New Windsor

Captain Matthew Thews, January 24

On Wednesday January 24th, Carroll County units were alerted for a small building fire in the 3300 block of Hooper Road in Co. 10's first due. This call was just miles away from and a few minutes after the house fire dispatched on Cabbage Spring Road. Carroll County Co. 10 units went on scene with a garage type building fully involved and requested a full box assignment. A rapid intervention dispatch ... (Full Story & Photos)

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2nd Alarm in Mount Airy Brings Engine and Fire Chief

Captain Matthew Thews, January 24

On Wednesday January 24th around 1600 Hours, units were alerted on Carroll Box 1-9 for a house fire on Cabbage Spring Road in Mount Airy. First arriving units reported fire throughout a two large story home. Operations quickly moved to an exterior attack due to a lack of reliable water supply and the well advanced fire. A rapid intervention dispatch, tanker task force, and 2nd Alarm were requested ... (Full Story & Photos)

D-Shift Catches Work at Urbana House Fire

Captain Matthew Thews, January 22

On Monday January 22nd around 1645 hours units from Urbana and Green Valley were alerted for a chimney fire in the 8400 block of Peters Road in Urbana. Units arrived to find smoke showing from a single family house and a working fire in the attic. The house was back a very long driveway that had limited access for heavy units, which would present issues for water supply and fire attack. A box assignment ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Captain Matthew Thews, January 16

On Tuesday January 16th at 2032 hours, units were alerted for a vehicle accident with one unconscious on I-270 south bound at Route 80. RS15 (Capt. Thews), C15-1 (DFC Kennedy) and C15-3 (AFC Bowles) responded with 7 volunteers on the assignment. The co. 23 units arrived to find a single vehicle off the roadway into a culvert with one occupant still in the vehicle. The patient was unconscious due to ... (Full Story & Photos)


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