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TRUCK FIRE ON DETRICK RD

Board of Directors Greg Lawson, July 28

Around 1330 today ( 07-28-2021 ) units were dispatched for a dump truck on fire in the area of Detrick rd and Barnett Dr.

A-158 arrived to find a dump truck with the cab area fully involved and requested additional units.

E-152 arrived and began a fire attack assisted by E-153 and E-172.

Hirt 33 was requested to assist with a fuel leak and spill.

Units were on the scene around 2hr's assisting ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Rollover accident with multiple trauma’s

Sergeant Kiefer Klingensmith, July 25

On Sunday, July 25th around 1400 hours RS15(4, SGT Klingensmith), E152(4, AFC Bowles) E153(6, AFC Williamson), A158(EMS SGT. Temple) and C15-1(DFC Kennedy) along with Carroll County Station 1 Units were alerted for a vehicle accident with rollover in the area of Interstate 70 eastbound at Route 75. While responding Communications advised that they had received multiple calls at various locations between ... (Full Story & Photos)

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ROLLOVER WITH ENTRAPMENT ON BILL MOXLEY

Board of Directors Greg Lawson, July 19

Around 1330 today ( July 19th 2021 ) A259 and E251 were dispatched for a vehicle accident in the 4100Blk of Bill Moxley Rd.

While units responded RS15 Ccm1 Ems-901 and Bat901 were added for a now reported entrapment.

E251 arrived to find a pickup on its side into a tree with 1 subject trapped and 1 subject pinned

Rs-15 arrived and went to work on extricating the subject's

Carroll IVT-18 along ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption ONE TRAPPED ON ROUTE-75

Board of Directors Greg Lawson, July 12

Around 1215 hrs today units were dispatched for an MVC with reported entrapment in the area of Route-75 and New London Rd.

Units arrived to find a dump truck vs a Suv with 1 subject trapped, RS-15 went to work with extrication of the trauma patient. The subject was extricated in about 10 mins.

Aviation was requested for transport of the subject to an area trauma center

Chief-15-1 held the Green ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Door to Door Photo Fundraiser Returns - Please Support Us!

Treasurer Phil Walsky, July 01

Our annual door-to-door photo drive fundraiser began on Saturday, May 22, 2021 and will run through at least August 2021. 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, ... (Full Story)


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Sergeant Kiefer Klingensmith, June 30

On Wednesday, June 30th around 0215 hours company 15 and other First battalion companies where alerted for HVAC odor in the 6800 block of Woodbridge rd. E152 (Lt.Chapmen, 4) RS15 (Sgt.Klingensmith, 5) A158 (Decker) and C15-1 responded immediately with 13 volunteers. E152 arrived first to find a 2 story home with normal conditions and deployed a hose line and established command. Chief 15-1 arrived ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Working Barn Fire

Sergeant Kiefer Klingensmith, June 29

On Tuesday, June 29 at 0250 hours units from Frederick, Carroll, Howard, and Montgomery County were alerted of possible barn fire in the 13900 Block of Mattie Haines Road. E152(Sgt. Klingensmith) RS15(FFlll G.Wright) and Chief 15-2(Bowles) responded immediately with 10 volunteers. Carroll County medic 18 arrived first on the scene to find a large L-shaped barn well off with partial collapse. Carroll ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Public Information Officer Charles Steed, June 25

Two Drivers were transported to Frederick Health Hospital for a check-up after colliding, then one hits a utility pole members from New Market VFD were working a Mega Bingo when they were called to respond to the front of the firehouse. Fire Chief Ben Nalborczyk had command. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Wednesday Night Crew Takes in House Fire

Sergeant Kiefer Klingensmith, May 26

On Wednesday May 26th, around 1820 hours, New Market’s Wednesday evening duty crew started off early with a Rescue Squad transfer to Howard County station 13 (Glenwood). RS15 (Sgt. Klingensmith) transferred with 4 volunteers. Shortly after arriving Howard communications added RS15 to Box Alarm 11-11 in Scaggsville as an air unit. RS15 cleared a short time later and transferred to Howard County station ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Sergeant Kiefer Klingensmith, May 23

On Saturday, May 22nd, New Market’s E153 travelled down to Calvert County Maryland for a Funeral standby at Dunkirk VFD, while they laid to rest one of their own and paid there respects to FF Raleigh Midkiff III. E153 was on standby from 1900-0800 Sunday May 23. E153 handled a few calls including a box alarm in Anne Arundel County, which involved a large building. Crews picked up a short time later ... (Full Story & Photos)

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