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2014 Incidents
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Jan 212
Feb 169
Mar 237
Apr 201
May 216
Jun 203
Jul 193
Aug 213
Sep 203
Oct 238
Nov 242
Dec 0
Total 2327

2014 Working Fires & Rescues/Extrications
Fires 28
Rescues 21

Past Years
Year Runs
2013 2,397
2012 2,510
2011 2,593
2010 2,243
2009 2,381
2008 2,329
2007 2,450
2006 2,193

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Santa Visits The Children Of Huntingtown

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, December 15

Today, Monday December 15, concluded the Annual Santa Run the department has held for decades. As always, it was a huge success. Santa and the Volunteers of Huntingtown reached approximately 2,000 children this year. Bags with fire prevention material, coloring books, crayons, candy, and fruit were handed out. Many thanks to the dedicated members that took time away from their family & their busy holiday schedules to ensure every piece of apparatus was staffed each night. Extra special thanks to ... (Full Story & Photos)


Fully-Involved Boat & Trailer At Marina West

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, December 10

13 minutes before midnight on Wednesday December 10, 2014, units from the North Beach VFD, Dunkirk VFD, Huntingtown VFD, Anne Arundel Deale VFD & Prince Frederick VFD were alerted for a "boat on fire at the dry dock" located at 4055 Gordon Stinnett Avenue, Marina West. Huntingtown VFD Engine 62 (Sgt Miller) responded on the call with 6 firefighters. Members from the North Beach VFD arrived on location and found a boat & trailer in the marina parking lot, fully-involved. In addition, two neighboring ... (Full Story & Photos)


Huntingtown Volunteers Respond To Fatal T-Bone Accident

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, December 04

At the height of the rush hour traffic on Thursday December 4, 2014 at 1736 hours, units from the Huntingtown VFD were alerted for the Auto Accident in front of the 2 & 4 Liquor Store, located at 6200 Solomons Island Road. The Assistant Chief (Morris), Deputy Fire Chief (Clark), Rescue Squad 6 (Lt Ward), Rescue Engine 62 (Rountree), Paramedic Ambulance 68 (Threlfall) & Ambulance 69 (Marseglia) responded on the call. While enroute, Communications received supplemental information that one person ... (Full Story & Photos)


Fully-Involved Camper Minutes After Midnight

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, December 04

Just 8 minutes after midnight on December 4, 2014, firefighters from the North Beach VFD, Dunkirk VFD, Anne Arundel Deale FD, Huntingtown VFD & Anne Arundel Harwood-Lothian FD were alerted for the Camper Fire in front of 9165 Sam Owings Place. The Huntingtown VFD Fire Chief (Spriggs), Assistant Chief (Morris), Fire Captain (Riffe), Rescue Lieutenant (Ward), Engine 62 (Gaylor) & Tanker 6 (Farrell) responded on the call. With units responding, Communications advised that the neighbor heard a loud ... (Full Story & Photos)


One Pinned In Sunderland: Route 2 & Kent Road

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, December 03

Throughout the years, several intersections on Route 2 in Sunderland (613, 614, 615 & 616 boxes) have become famous for serious auto accidents. In fact, it's usually the norm for an auto accident at many of those intersections (Route 2 & Dalrymple Rd, Sunderland Dr, C. Jones Rd, Kent Road, Pushaw Station Rd, Aspen Woods Dr & Wayside Dr) to either have an accident with persons trapped, an overturned vehicle, vehicles on fire resulting from an accident, or patients being flown from as a result of ... (Full Story & Photos)


Small Fire In Calvert Memorial Hospital Emergency Room

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, November 30

Sunday November 30, 2014 at 2036 hours, Special Box 216 was alerted for the Building Fire at Calvert Memorial Hospital. Enroute, Communications advised incoming units that the fire was actually located in a closet of the Emergency Room. The assignment brought the Huntingtown VFD Assistant Chief (Morris), Engine 61 (Rountree) & Rescue Squad 6 (Grierson, R). First arriving units found a fire in the Soiled Linens Closet that had been knocked down by the building suppression system & staff. Within minutes, ... (Full Story & Photos)


Happy Thanksgiving From Huntingtown VFD

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, November 27

The Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad would like to wish everyone a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday. As you gather to celebrate, it’s important to know that cooking-related accidents are a leading cause of home fires in America.

The following are tips from the Huntingtown VFD to help celebrate Thanksgiving safely:

1) Stay in the kitchen when you are cooking on the stovetop so you can keep an eye on the food.

2) Stay in the home when cooking your turkey and check on ... (Full Story & Photos)


Several Crews Operate As Year's First Snowflakes Fall

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, November 26

In the early afternoon hours of Thanksgiving Eve, rush-hour traffic struck early as people began to leave work for the holidays and because the all-day rain showers had changed over into the first snowflakes of the year for the region. At 1434 hours, the Huntingtown Volunteers were alerted for the Auto Accident at Route 4 & Cox Road. Fire Chief 6 (Spriggs), Assistant Chief 6A (Morris), Rescue Squad 6 (Capt Riffe), Rescue Engine 62 (Cox) & Ambulance 68 (Adams) responded to the scene of a 3 vehicle ... (Full Story & Photos)


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