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Welcome to the Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad website. Our front page contains recent news stories, but there are also numerous stories in our News Archives.  If you would like to provide feedback, you can do so through our Guestbook.  Please use email address if you have any questions or information request for the "Classic Corvette Contest".

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                                                    Huntingtown VFD Videos
February 8, 2014: Huntingtown VFD 41st Annual Banquet
February 9, 2013: Huntingtown VFD 40th Annual Banquet 
June 24, 2012: Huntingtown VFD Combat Challenge
February 11, 2012: Huntingtown VFD 39th Annual Banquet
February 12, 2011: Huntingtown VFD 38th Annual Banquet
October 25, 2010: HV6FD Banquet 2009
February 14, 2009: HV6FD Banquet 2008
October 22, 2008: HV6FD Fall Video
July 24, 2008: Old Town Express
March 18, 2008: HV6FD 2008
Feb 16, 2008: 4886 Solomons Island Rd House Fire
Feb 15, 2008: House of Gold Slideshow
February 15, 2008: Huntingtown Volunteers 35th Anniversary Slideshow
April 9, 2007: Huntingtown Volunteers Video Part II (10 megs)
June 15, 2006: Huntingtown Volunteers Video Slideshow (55 megs)
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***Final Report: March 19, 2011 Soper Road Mega-Mansion Fire (Click for link)***


Successful Completion of 2014 Huntingtown VFD Fire Prevention "Week"

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, October 25

What normally lasts for one week across the nation, Fire Prevention "Week" lasted an entire month for the Huntingtown Volunteers. Due to so many scheduled visits, it would have been impossible to attend all the visits in one week. October 5-11, 2014, marked the Annual Fire Prevention Week held across the United States. "Working Some Alarms-Test Yours Every Month" was the theme, which focused on helping us sound the alarm that working smoke alarms save lives.

This month, the members of the Huntingtown ... (Full Story & Photos)


Huntingtown Auto Accident With Fully-Involved Vehicle

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, October 23

At 0401 hours on Thursday October 23, 2014, the Huntingtown VFD & North Beach VFD Ambulance 18 were alerted for the Auto Accident in the 4900 block of Hardesty Road. As units began marking up, Communications advised that a vehicle was also on fire. This supplemental information added units from the Dunkirk VFD to the call. Huntingtown VFD Fire Chief (Spriggs), Rescue Engine 62 (Farrell) & Brush 6 (Sgt Miller) responded on the call and found a single-vehicle fully involved with fire that had struck ... (Full Story & Photos)


19th Annual Classic Corvette Winner Drawn!

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, October 19

The Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Dept & Rescue Squad drew the following winning ticket for our 19th Annual Classic Corvette Contest, a 1967 Corvette Convertible (or $25,000.00 cash) on Sunday October 19, 2014.


The winner has been contacted and she is from is Fayetteville, New York.

The 2nd place ticket number is 085580 for $2,000.00

The 3rd place ticket number is 314928 for $1,000.00

The 4th place ticket number is 319032 for $700.00

The 5th ... (Full Story & Photos)


16th Street Kitchen Fire In Chesapeake Beach

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, October 18

In the overnight hours of Saturday October 18, 2014, at 0039 hours, the North Beach VFD, Dunkirk VFD, Huntingtown VFD & Prince Frederick VFD were alerted for the House Fire at 3805 16th Street in Chesapeake Beach. The Huntingtown VFD Assistant Chief (Morris), Captain (Riffe), Engine 62 (Sgt Miller) & Tanker 6 (Farrell) responded on the call. Upon arrival of the first incoming units, smoke was showing from the one-story wood frame residence. Crews searched through moderate smoke conditions for the ... (Full Story & Photos)


Huntingtown Medical Results In Below Grade Rescue

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, October 07

Just two days after the High Angle Rescue in Chesapeake Beach, the Huntingtown Volunteers were tasked once again with another technical rescue. Tuesday October 7, 2014 at 0941 hours, while Ambulance 68 was handling one of many medical locals of the day in Prince Frederick, Engine 62 (Paluda) was enroute to a public relations fire prevention event at Sunderland Elementary. At the same time, Ambulance 69 (Grierson, C) was alerted for the knee injury at Dalrymple Road & Hardesty Road. Engine 62 (in ... (Full Story & Photos)


High Angle Rescue In Chesapeake Beach--Man Stuck On Side Of 100' Cliff

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, October 05

Calvert County is well known for the massive cliffs, over 100' in height that dominate the shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay for roughly 24 miles. These cliffs were formed over 10 to 20 million years ago when all of Southern Maryland was covered by a warm, shallow sea. When the sea receded, the cliffs were exposed and began eroding. Today these cliffs reveal the remains of prehistoric species including sharks, whales, rays, and seabirds that were the size of small airplanes. Residents will tell you ... (Full Story & Photos)


Annual Fire Prevention Week 2014: “Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!”

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

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) announced “Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!” as the theme for Fire Prevention Week 2014, October 5-11. Smoke alarms can make a life-saving difference in a fire, but they need to be working. Unfortunately, many home fire deaths result from fires where a smoke alarm is present but does not operate. This year’s Fire Prevention Week theme focuses on motivating people to test their smoke alarms each month to make sure they’re working ... (Full Story & Photos)


Utility Truck & Trailer Loaded With Hay Bales Burns in Huntingtown

Fire Captain & Public Information Officer (PIO) Jonathan Riffe, September 22

At 1626 hours on Monday September 22, 2014, the local alarm was dispatched at Hunting Creek Road & Bowie Shop Road for hay bales on fire. Engine 61 (Sgt Morgal) responded on the call and found a Utility Truck & Trailer loaded full of hay bales on fire. The crew deployed the front bumper line and began knocking down the fire. Due to the amount of hay and the fire being deep-seated, the OIC requested additional personnel from the station to assist. The Fire Chief (Spriggs), Assistant Chief (Morris), ... (Full Story & Photos)


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