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


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HVFD Operates on Saint Leonard House Fire

Chief Michael Clark Jr., June 26

At approximately 1915 hours, on Saturday, June 26th, 2016, the Area Box was sounded for 6700 block of Aralia Avenue, for the reported working house fire. This assignment brought units from Saint Leonard, Prince Frederick, Solomons, Benedict, and Huntingtown. Units from Company 7 arrived, and reported a 2 story split foyer, with heavy fire throughout the second floor, and through the roof. Units were evacuated due to structural integrity during fire suppression.

Engine 61 (Capt. Threlfall), Tanker ... (Full Story & Photos)


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Engine and Tanker Operate on Dunkirk House Fire

Chief Michael Clark Jr., June 17

On Friday, June 17th, at 1600 hours, Engine 61 and Tanker 6, responded with units from Dunkirk, North Beach, Prince Frederick, and Harwood/Lothian, for the reported house fire, in the 12600 block of Southern Maryland Boulevard (5-09 Box). Engine 61 (Lt. Wallace) and Tanker 6 (Thrasher) responded on the incident. Engine Company 5 arrived and reported smoke showing from the roof line. Engine 61 arrived and pulled a back-up line to assist Engine 5. Company 6 also assisted with salvage and overhaul ... (Full Story & Photos)


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Huntingtown VFD Operates on Three Alarm Fire

Chief Michael Clark Jr., June 12

On Sunday, June 12th, at 1411 hours, Huntingtown, and surrounding companies were dispatched to Route 4 in the area of Chaneyville Road for the Commercial Building Fire. Engine 61 (Lt. Wallace), Engine 62 (Lanier), Squad 6 (P.Robison), Tanker 6 (Speelman), Car 6 (Montgomery Sr.) and Chief 6A responded on the incident with 22 personnel. Engine Company 5, and Chief 5A arrived to find a three story commercial occupancy, with fire showing from all three floors, and immediately requested a second alarm. ... (Full Story & Photos)


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HVFD Responds to Early Morning House Fire

Chief Michael Clark Jr., June 10

On Friday, June 10th, at 0650 hours, Area Box 5-0... was sounded for the reported house on fire in the 2700 block of Apple Way, in the Apple Green Subdivision of Dunkirk. This assignment brought Engine 61 (Lt. Gaylor) and Tanker 6 (D. Cox). Chief 6B (Ward) also responded on the incident. Engine 61 arrived and assisted Engine 5 with extinguishment, and also performed a secondary search. Huntingtown units cleared at 0830 hours. ... (Full Story & Photos)


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Huntingtown Volunteers Provide Equipment to Pennsylvania Companies

Chief Michael Clark Jr., June 07

Recently, with assistance from the Calvert County Government, the Huntingtown VFD&RS was able to purchase new Self Contained Breathing Apparatus, and Air Bags for the Rescue Squad. With the department being able to acquire this new updated equipment, our old equipment was able to be donated to other departments throughout the United States. The Citizens Hose Company of Branchdale (PA) was donated SCBA equipment, and the Pottsville FD (Yorkville Station) was donated our air bag/rescue equipment. ... (Full Story & Photos)


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HVFD Provides Fill In Coverage to Grasonville

Chief Michael Clark Jr., June 07

On Friday, June 3rd, 2016, Engine 61 and Ambulance 69, proceeded to the Grasonville VFD (Queen Anne's Station 2) to provide fill in coverage, as they mourn the loss of member Bruce Smith. Bruce Smith joined GVFD in 2013, and was currently serving as the Deputy Fire Chief of the Fort Meade Fire Department at the time of his passing. Bruce also was a well known leader, fireman, and MFRI instructor.

Engine 61 responded to a Hazardous Materials Box in Centreville, and a Fire Alarm, while Ambulance ... (Full Story & Photos)


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Huntingtown High School Athletics Excels in State Playoff's

Chief Michael Clark Jr., June 07

Recently, the Huntingtown VFD&RS provided a non emergency escort for the Huntingtown HS Boys Baseball, and Girls Softball teams, as they prepared to participate in the Maryland State 3A Championships for their respective sports. Keep up the good work HHS Athletics, and congratulations on your State Championship!... (Full Story & Photos)


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Huntingtown Volunteers Operate on Dunkirk House

Chief Michael Clark Jr., May 22

At 1932 hours, Area Box 5-05 was sounded for the 8900 Block of Bayou Court, in Owings, for the reported house fire. This assignment brought units from Dunkirk (Co.5), North Beach (Co.1), Huntingtown (Co.6), and Deale (Co.42). Engine 62 (Lt. Wallace), Tanker 6 (Holzberger), Chief 6 (Clark), and Chief 6B (Ward) responded with 11 volunteers. Engine Company 5 and Chief 5 arrived on the scene to find a two story single family dwelling with smoke showing, and requested the working fire dispatch. Engine ... (Full Story & Photos)


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