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2017 Incidents
Month Runs
Jan 235
Feb 220
Mar 247
Apr 210
May 214
Jun 211
Jul 250
Aug 214
Total 1801

Past Years
Year Runs
2016 2,736
2015 2,926
2014 2,553
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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PAINT NIGHT - November 17, 2017

Carole Fonfara, August 31

Come out for a fun filled night sponsored by the Auxiliary of HVFD6.

November 17, 2017

50/50 Raffle, Brown Bag Auction Raffles
Beer/Wine/Soda/Food available for purchase
(no outside food or beverage permitted)

Doors Open at 6 pm - Painting starts at 7 pm.

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Engine and Tanker Operate on Prince Frederick Garage Fire

Chief Michael Clark Jr., August 01

While the Huntingtown Volunteers were participating in National Night Out, Area Box 2-12 was dispatched for the 1800 block of Squaw Valley Lane, for the reported garage fire. Engine 62 (M. Lanier), Tanker 6 (J. White), Chief 6 (M. Clark), and Chief 6A (W. Ward) responded with 10 personnel, leaving Engine 61 and the Rescue Squad at local events. Engine 21 arrived and reported a 40' x 50' garage, with extension into a trailer, fully involved. Huntingtown units operated for approximately 2 hours. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Passing Of A Fire Service Icon

Chief Michael Clark Jr., August 01

The Huntingtown VFD&RS is deeply saddened to announce the passing of Clara Mae Buckmaster. Clara Mae served the North Beach Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary for an astonishing 56 years, and held every position, up to President. Clara Mae has also served as the President for both the Southern Maryland Volunteer Firemen's Association Auxiliary, and the Maryland State Firemen's Association Auxiliary. Prior to the creation of the 911 system, citizens of Northern Calvert County would call Mrs. Clara ... (Full Story & Photos)

Huntingtown Volunteers enjoy a night out in Ocean City

President Dale Bowen, June 24

Members of the HVFD & RS attended the 125th Maryland State Firemen's Association Convention in Ocean City June 18 - 24.
The members took some time out from their duties to spend some relaxing time with their families at dinner on Monday at the Sunset Grill.... (Full Story & Photos)

Passing of Safety Officer Bernie Collins

Chief Michael Clark Jr., June 13

The Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad regrets to announce the passing of life member, and past Safety Officer Bernard (Bernie) L. Collins.

Bernie joined the Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad in 1996, and held the ranks of Fire Captain, and Safety Officer. Bernie was extremely instrumental in the development and the success of the Probationary Program, as well as, the Calvert County High School Vo-Tech program.

Viewing and Memorial Services will take ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due Barn Fire

Chief Michael Clark Jr., June 12

At 1527 hours, Area Box 6-01 was dispatched, for the possible barn fire at 2195 Hunting Creek Road. Engine 61 (Capt. Clark), Engine 62 (C. Cox), Squad 6 (S/O Montgomery), Tanker 6 (M. Hardesty), Brush 6 (T. Bevard), Jeep 6 (M. Lanier), Ambulance 69 (K. Katzer), Chief 6 (M. Clark), and Chief 6B (B. Thrasher) responded with 18 volunteers. Chief 6 arrived and reported fire showing from the Alpha/Delta quadrant, and established the Hunting Creek Command. Engine 61 arrived and deployed an attack line ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Engine Operates on Charlotte Hall House Fire

Chief Michael Clark Jr., June 04

At approximately 1515 hours, on Sunday, June 4th, 2017, units from neighboring Saint Mary's and Charles Counties were alerted for possible shed fire in the 29000 block of Charlotte Hall Road. Units from Mechanicsville and Hughesville arrived to find a large garage, fully involved, with extension into a home, and several automobiles. Saint Mary's Chief 2A requested a second alarm, bringing units from Prince Frederick and Huntingtown to the scene. Engine 61 (Sgt. Montgomery) responded with 4 personnel, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine and Squad Operate on Tractor Trailer Roll Over

Chief Michael Clark Jr., May 23

On Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017, Squad 6 and Ambulance 6 were alerted with units from Prince Frederick Stations 2 and 4, for the motor vehicle collision, involving an overturned tractor trailer, with possible entrapment. Chief 2C (J. Sharpe) arrived and established the Barstow Command and reported that the driver of the tractor trailer was trapped, and also reported a significant diesel fuel leak from the saddle tanks. Squad 6 (Lt. Wallace) and Chief 6B (B. Thrasher) arrived and assisted Rescue Squad ... (Full Story & Photos)


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