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


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MORE PICTURES OF E61

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, March 27

Today we received our second update on the production of Engine 61. Here are a few pics... (Full Story & Photos)


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NEW A69 PROGRESS

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, March 24

Latest picture of the progress on new A69 from DPC Emergency Equipment. ... (Full Story & Photos)


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FIRST LOOK AT NEW E61

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, March 24

First pictures of Engine 61 on the production line in Wisconsin. The cab in due to be in paint this week. We hope to have more pictures next week.... (Full Story & Photos)


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Sale of Engine 61 - 1991 Pierce Lance

Deputy Fire Chief Mike Clark, March 24

The Huntingtown VFD is pleased to announce the sale of Engine 61; a 1991 Pierce Lance. Sealed bids must be submitted to Fire Chief Caroll Spriggs, no later than May 1st, 2015, with the anticipated date of acquisition being June 1st, 2015. Any questions related to the sale of Engine 61 should be directed to the Fire Chief, who can be reached at (410) 535-3331, Extension 2.

1991 Pierce Lance
Tank - Steel
Tank Capacity – 1,000 Gallons
Pump – Waterous CS21119W (Last Tested in May of 2014)
Pump Rating ... (Full Story & Photos)


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42nd ANNUAL HUNTINGTOWN AWARDS BANQUET

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, March 17

Saturday February 14th, nearly 300 people attended the 42nd annual Huntingtown VFD installation of officers and awards banquet. We would like to thank all the charter members, past chiefs, presidents, honored guests, the fill in crews, and our families for a wonderful evening. Thanks to Master of Ceremonies Mr. George Owings and Thompson Seafood for catering another great dinner. The night wouldn't have been possible without the hard work of Jessi Borden, Carole Fonfara, and the entire banquet ... (Full Story & Photos)


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MVC WITH FIRE

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, March 15

Units from Huntingtown were alerted this morning to a MVC on Deep Landing Road in the 601 box. The Assistant Chief (Morris), Deputy Chief (Clark), Squad 6 (C.Cox.), E62 (Thrasher), and A68 (Gaylor) responded on the call. While en route Calvert communications advised police were on location with a vehicle over a embankment into the trees. Minutes later communications advised the car may be on fire. Units arrived to find a four door sedan with the engine compartment on fire. The crew from E62 ... (Full Story & Photos)


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ROLLOVER IN HUNTINGTOWN

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, February 28

Shortly after 9am this morning the Fire Chief ( Spriggs), Safety Officer (McKenny), Squad 6, and A68 responded for the overturned vehicle in the area of the Calverton School. Units arrived to find one vehicle on its roof. Two occupants were transported to Calvert Memorial Hospital. ... (Full Story & Photos)


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SUN PARK LANE HOUSE FIRE

Assistant Chief Philip Morris, February 23

The Fire Chief (Spriggs), Assistant Chief (Morris),Safety 6 (McKenny), E61 (Deputy Chief Clark), Tanker 6 (Hardesty), Squad 6 (Thrasher), E62, and A68 (Eskins) responded to the 608 box for the working house fire. E61 arrived to find fire showing from the Side C of a two story detached garage. The crew from E61 made quick work of a fire that involved a finished apartment area located on the second floor. Squads 6 and 5 worked together to perform vertical and horizontal ventilation as well as perform ... (Full Story & Photos)


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