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***Final Report: March 19, 2011 Soper Road Mega-Mansion Fire (Click for link)***


First Due Fire in Sunderland

Deputy Fire Chief Brian Thrasher, April 09

At approximately 0500 hours, Area Box 6-17 was dispatched to the 1200 block of Lake Ridge Drive for the reported house fire. This assignment brought Engine 61 (Lt. Wallace), Engine 62 (S/O Montgomery), Squad 6 (Sgt. Montgomery), Tanker 6 (Capt. Clark), Ambulance 69 (C. Larsen), and Chief 6B (Thrasher). Engine 61 laid an supply line from the end of the driveway, and arrived on the scene to find a 2 story single family dwelling, with fire showing. Crews advanced their attack line to division 2 and ... (Full Story & Photos)


North Beach Apartment Fire

Chief Michael Clark Jr., April 08

At approximately 1400 hours, Area Box 1-11 was dispatched to 9019 Chesapeake Avenue for the reported apartment fire. This assignment brought Engine 61 (Lt. Hayden), Tanker 6 (P. Robison), Chief 6 (Clark), Chief 6A (Ward), Chief 6B (Thrasher), Safety 6 (Montgomery), and Captain 6 (T.Clark). Chief 1 arrived on the scene to find fire showing from sides alpha and Charlie, from division 2 of a 2 story apartment building. Crews advanced an attack line, and extinguished the same. Engine 61 reported to ... (Full Story & Photos)


First Due House Fire

Chief Michael Clark Jr., March 18

On Saturday, March 18th, at approximately 0745 hours, Area Box 6-05 was sounded for 3725 Robinson Road for the house fire, with reports of people trapped. The assignment brought Engine 61 (M. Lanier), Engine 62 (C. McDonald), Tanker 6 (J. White), Squad 6 (S/O Montgomery), Ambulance 68 (C. Larsen), Chief 6, Chief 6A, and Chief 6B. Chief 6 and Engine 61 arrived simultaneously, and reported smoke showing from all four sides. Engine 61's crew located several rooms off on the bravo side, and extinguished ... (Full Story & Photos)


Tanker Operates on Lusby House Fire

Chief Michael Clark Jr., February 16

On February 16th, 2017, at approximately 2115 hours, the box alarm was sounded for the 600 block of Lisa Lane in Company 3's area for the house fire. Tanker 6 (J. Threlfall) responded, and provided water throughout the duration of the incident. Engine 62 (Lt. Wallace) provided a fill in crew to Company 3. The Huntingtown Volunteers retained multiple crews in quarters. ... (Full Story & Photos)


Engine 61 Runs Hollywood House

Chief Michael Clark Jr., February 10

While members of the Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department mourned the loss of Sergeant Nolan Scully, the Huntingtown Volunteers provided Engine 61 for coverage during the memorial services.

At 0550, on Friday February 10th, Saint Mary's Fire Board dispatched the garage fire at 24740 Nelson Hill Way in Hollywood. This assignment brought Engine 61 (Lt. Jeffery), with 5 personnel, as Engine Co.7. Engine 61 and Truck 27 arrived to find fire showing from the attic of an attached garage. Engine 61 advanced ... (Full Story & Photos)


Engine, Tanker, and Chiefs Run Ches. Beach House

Chief Michael Clark Jr., January 27

On January 27th, 2017, at approximately 1930 hours, Area Box 106 was sounded for Saint Andrews Drive for the house fire with people trapped. Engine 61 (D/C Threlfall), Tanker 6 (T. Nicholson), Deputy Chief Thrasher, and Safety Officer Montgomery responded with 12 personnel. Units from Company 1 arrived to find fire showing. Engine 61 arrived and advanced an attack line to side Charlie, and extinguished fire in the rear. Tanker 6 staged. Chief 6B held operations. Units cleared at approximately 2100 ... (Full Story & Photos)


Huntingtown Volunteers Respond to Prince Frederick House

Chief Michael Clark Jr., December 09

On December 9th, 2016, at approximately 1100 hours, Area Box 2-13 was dispatched to Cassell Boulevard for the reported basement fire. This assignment brought Engine 61 (K.Kady), Tanker 6 (J. Threlfall), and Chief 6. Units from Company 2 arrived on the scene to find fire showing from side Charlie, and reported a room off in the basement. Company 2 units quickly extinguished. Engine 61 ensured Engine Company 2's water supply, and assisted with salvage and overhaul operations.

Photos courtesy of PFVFD... (Full Story & Photos)


12 Acre Brush Fire in Huntingtown

Chief Michael Clark Jr., November 26

On Saturday, November 26th, at 0525 hours, Brush 6 and Tanker 6 responded to 3935 Robinson Road for the brush fire. Units arrived and found an approximately 12 acre brush fire, and requested additional resources. Units operated until approximately 1500 hours, at which time DNR declared the fire under control. Montgomery Sr. held the Robinson Road Command

Special Thanks to the HVFD Ladies Auxiliary for providing refreshments during this incident.

HVFD Units: Tanker 6 (Montgomery Jr.), Brush 6 ... (Full Story & Photos)


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