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2020 Incidents
JAN 53 87
FEB 46 68
MAR 62 67
APR 46 52
MAY 72 51
Total 279 325

2020 Working Incidents
Rescues Fires
Jan 1 0
Feb 1 0
Mar 0 4
Total 2 4

Past Working Incidents
Rescues Fires
2012 14 18
2013 25 22
2014 7 20
2015 24 34
2016 12 27
2017 15 30
2018 23 22
2019 8 17

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
2018 743 982
2019 780 995

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Door to Door Photo Fundraiser Returns - Please Support Us!

Treasurer Matthew Thews, July 31

Our annual door-to-door photo drive fundraiser began on Monday June 1st and will run through at least August 2020. This annual event is our biggest fundraiser of the year, and this year it's more important than ever. With the cancellation of numerous fundraisers due to COVID-19, we are struggling to meet the obligations we have as a volunteer fire department. This includes our very own building, fleet ... (Full Story & Photos)

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LT Kennedy rushing to the scene from RS15
LT Kennedy rushing to the scene from RS15

Volunteers & DFRS Staff Respond to Reported Dwelling Fire

Recruiter Ben Harris, June 22

At 15:26 on 6/22/2020 Volunteer and DFRS staff respond to a 15-22 Box alarm (with mutual aid form Carroll County and Howard County). The call went out as a Dwelling Fire and was soon established to be a possible lightning strike. Residents were not in the house upon arrival and the house was immediately searched for any signs of fire. Once the house was cleared Volunteers and DFRS staff pack up equipment ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine and Squad to Libertytown for a Barn Fire

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, June 08

Just after 0500hrs on Monday June 8th, Engine-152(LT Kennedy) and Rescue Squad-15(Sgt Parrish) responded with ten (10) personnel to fill out the first alarm on the Barn Fire in the 13200blk Coppermine Rd. Units arrived and operated for a very short time and then were placed in service. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Second Ambulance Service Restored at Company-15

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, June 01

Over a year ago the New Market DVFC and Frederick DFRS entered into an agreement for Station-15 to house a Reserve Ambulance on the East End of the county, in short order New Market DVFC stocked that unit as a Ready to Serve Reserve Ambulance and was given the green light to respond with the unit when appropriate. The unit served well but it was quickly noticed it spent a lot more time serving as ... (Full Story & Photos)

Child Rescued from Tall Tree

Board of Directors Greg Lawson, June 01

New Market responds to a high angle rescue on the 11000 block of Worchester Dr in New Market.

Chief 15(Nalborczyk), Ambulance 159(DFRS FF Hirsch), Rescue Squad 15(LT Chapman), Support 15(Capt Williamson) and Engine 152(DFRS Capt Osele) responded with a total of sixteen (16) personnel.

Child was stuck about 35ft high in the tree and first responders worked hand in hand to get the ladder stable and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Resurrection of Annual Carnival/Festival Cancelled by COVID-19

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, May 25

On Sunday May 24th, 2020 the New Market District Volunteer Fire Company Fireman's Festival Committee met and discussed the upcoming 2020 Fireman's Festival scheduled for July 30th through August 1st, 2020.

After a lengthy discussion, weighing the uncertainty of the COVID-19 restrictions and what may lie ahead as well as the safety of our members and community during these times, it was voted unanimously ... (Full Story & Photos)

Several Units assist Mt Airy Units with House Fire

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, May 17

On Sunday May 17th at 2139hrs, Carroll County ECC dropped the Box for Box Alarm 1-15 in the 1100blk of Village Gate Ct with reports of subjects trapped. E152(Lt Chapman) and RS15(Sgt Parrish) responded immediately with twelve (12) personnel, A159(EMSII DuFour) was later added to fill out the assignment and responded with two (2) additional personnel. First arriving CCR1 went on the scene to find a ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Multiple Large Fuel Spills at Costco

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, May 17

Over the past two (2) Sundays units from New Market District VFC as well as Hazardous Materials Units from the Spring Ridge Fire Station have been alerted for large fuel spills at the Costco of New Market, MD. On the second response on Sunday the 17th at roughly 1500hrs E152(Sgt Parrish), RS15(Lt Chapman), SUP15(Lt Kennedy) and C15(Nalborczyk) responded with a total nineteen (19) personnel, units ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Squad 15 Responds to a Special Request

Public Information Officer, Charles Steed, May 17

Hollywood VFD put together a parade for a sick member who is battling cancer, this member was a pioneer on the design, build and purchase of Rescue Squad 7(RS15). It is one of this members last wishes to see Rescue Squad 7(RS15) one more time before he is untimely called home. The parade began at Hollywood VFD with well over 40 Fire apparatus from neighboring fire companies also numerous police vehicles ... (Full Story & Photos)

Members in picture, Jeremy Bobongo-Koud,  Tim Fossett, Anthony Evans, Dy’Andrae Williams and Charles Steed
Members in picture, Jeremy Bobongo-Koud, Tim Fossett, Anthony Evans, Dy’Andrae Williams and Charles Steed

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Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, May 10

In the best interest of everyone’s safety and compliance with Governor’s Orders we have to cancel the Mother’s Day All You Can Eat Breakfast Fundraiser. We would be negligent if we didn’t mention how appreciative we are of our communities support during this time, if you are capable of supporting you can follow this link to donate to our department - . Donations ... (Full Story & Photos)


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