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Progress On A69

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, January 22

DPC Emergency Equipment is in full swing on the production of the departments second new ambulance. This unit will replace the current 2003 Ford E350 PL Custom Medallion. More pictures to come as they are received.... (Full Story & Photos)


Working House Fire in Huntingtown

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, January 20

On January 17th, 2015 at 2104 Huntingtown Volunteers were alerted to 3875 Hunting Creek Rd for the reported house fire. This brought Chief 6 (Spriggs), POV: S/O 6 (McKenny), Lt. 6 (Ward), Engine 61 (Lt. Miller), Rescue Squad 6 (Morris), Tanker 6 (C. Cox), Engine 62 (J. Burroughs), Ambulance 68 (Carson) and Ambulance 69 (Jordan). Chief 5 (Rector) was in the area and arrived on location first to report a 1 story single family dwelling with heavy smoke showing and heavy fire from Side C. Engine 61 ... (Full Story & Photos)


Second Alarm Fire In Deale

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, January 15

January 15th at 0829 Engine 62 (Capt. Grierson) responded to East Marshall Ave in Deale for the working house fire. Crews arrived to find a two story single family home under construction with fire showing from the side A. E62 arrived to assist with protecting exposures on both sides of the involved home. Crews operated for approximately two hours. ... (Full Story & Photos)


Serious MVC With One Flown

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, January 14

At 0825hrs on January 14th units were alerted to Route 4 and Lower Marlboro for the MVC with entrapment. The Assistant Chief (Morris), Safety Officer (McKenny), Squad 6 (Thrasher), Engine 61 ( LT Miller), A69 (Rogers) and units from Dunkirk VFD arrived on location to find two vehicles involved with one overturned. The two rescue squads worked together to stabilize and remove the single occupant who was transferred to A69. Maryland State Police aviation was requested and landed at the LZ provided ... (Full Story & Photos)


Working House Fire 42-17

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, January 10

Saturday January 10th at 1226 hrs Huntingtown VFD: Fire Chief( Spriggs) , Engine 62 (Sgt Cox ) , Tanker 6 ( Latvala ) were alerted to 406 Deale Rd in the 42-17 Box in AACO for the working house fire. Units responded as the first engine and tanker on the second alarm. Engine 62 arrived on location to assist the units on scene with extinguishment and extensive overhaul of a attached garage with extension to the dwelling. Units from Huntingtown VFD cleared the call and returned to service at 1425. ... (Full Story & Photos)


Several MVCs with first winter weather event of the New Year

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, January 08

The Huntingtown Volunteers were kept busy today as the first snow of the new year fell. Chief 6(Spriggs) and A68(Lanier) began the day at 0500 responding to their first accident at Mt. Harmony Road and Rue Court. A68 was then alerted at 1230 to Route 4 and MF Bowen Road for the MVC resulting from a high speed chase. Squad 6(DC Clark) also responded at the request of Company 2 for the reports of people trapped. A68 transported 2 pts to the local facility. Approximately one hour later, the Assistant ... (Full Story & Photos)


2015 Operational and Administrative Officers

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, January 03

Congratulations to the HVFD officers for 2015!

Fire Chief- Caroll Spriggs
Assistant Chief- Philip Morris
Deputy Fire Chief- Mike Clark
Deputy EMS Chief- John Borden
Safety Officer- Bo McKenny
Safety Officer- Monty Parks
Fire Captain- Ricky Grierson
EMS Captain- Sheila Mann
Fire Lieutenant- Josh Miller
Rescue Squad Lieutenant- Wayne Ward Jr.
EMS Lieutenant- Sara Jordan
Fire Sergeant- Danny Cox
EMS Sergeant- Sean Fitzgerald
PIO- Philip Morris
Chief Engineer- Clinton Cox

President- ... (Full Story & Photos)


Safe & Happy Holidays From The Huntingtown VFD

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, December 24

From the membership of the Huntingtown VFD, have a safe and happy holidays!

To ensure you have a safe holiday, please read these important facts:

1) One of every three residential Christmas tree fires are caused by electrical problems.
2) Although Christmas tree fires are not common, when they do occur, they are more likely to be serious. On average, one of every 40 reported home structure Christmas tree fires results in a death compared to an average of one death per 142 total reported home ... (Full Story & Photos)


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