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2022 Incidents
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Feb 173
Mar 203
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May 239
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Affiliate Member, September 15

Side of beef from Sassafras Farms (approx. 200 lbs.)
Processed and packaged, along with a
$700 gift card from Home Depot for freezer purchase of choice
1 ticket - $20.00 • 3 tickets - $50.00
Tickets available at all Calvert County Fire Departments

All proceeds will benefit the Calvert County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Memorial Fund.... (Full Story & Photos)

Hunterleigh Dr. Shed Fire

Affiliate Member, August 27

At 1929hrs HVFD was dispatched to 7004 Hunterleigh Dr for a reported shed fire. Chief 6 arrived on the scene to find a wood shed fully involved. Chief 6 held the assignment with the units from HVFD while Engine 62 extinguished the fire.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Secretary Carole Fonfara, August 01

Join us on Saturday, September 10, 2022 for Super Bingo 321
Doors open at 4 PM ~ Reservation required - Limited to 100 Players
Over $8000 in Pay Outs!!! For more details and to purchase your reservation
Click Link Below or hit the Support tab at the top of our website page and then Bingo!
... (Full Story & Photos)

Calvert County Fire Rescue EMS Association Awards Banquet

Affiliate Member, May 26

Friday, Huntingtown attended the Calvert County Fire Rescue EMS Association awards banquet. To start off the night our very own Charlie Hanko was sworn in as the Treasurer of the CCFREA. Past Chief Clinton Cox, Richard Ward, and Robert “Ozzie” Osbourn (not pictured) were honored for 50 years of dedicated service to Calvert County. Past Chief Carroll Spriggs (not pictured) was then inducted into the Calvert County Hall of Fame for all of his achievements and services throughout his time at Huntingtown. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Affiliate Member, March 31

On March 29th at 2225, Huntingtown was dispatched for a structure fire in the 100 block of W Mt Harmony Rd. Chief 6 arrived to find an auto body shop in a strip mall with fire showing from the building and multiple exposures surrounding. Engine 61 arrived and stretched two attack lines, one to the exposures, and the other to the fire building. Tanker 6 arrived and assisted with water supply. Engine 62 arrived and stretched a line to the rear of the building and assisted with extinguishment. Units ... (Full Story & Photos)

Boat Fire At The Rod N’ Reel

Affiliate Member, March 22

At approximately 0800 on 3/21, Huntingtown was dispatched to the Rod N’ Reel Harbor for a boat fire. Units arrived on scene to find two docked boats fully involved. E61 laid out from a secondary hydrant and assisted with extinguishment. Squad 6 assisted with overhaul operations and stood by for safety. Safety Officer 6 and Chief 6 assisted with command.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Affiliate Member, March 06

This morning at approximately 0415, Huntingtown was dispatched for a house fire. Units went on scene with a three story home with fire showing on the second and third floor, and the attic. Engine 61 arrived on scene and quickly went to work with Engine 2 to extinguish the flames, Tanker 6 assisted with water supply, Squad 6 preformed primary searches and opened up the ceiling area, and A69 stood by for firefighter rehabilitation. Chief 6 assisted with operations command and Chief 6B had incident ... (Full Story & Photos)

Huntingtown Engine 61 filling in for the Baltimore City Fire Department

Affiliate Member, February 03

Huntingtown Engine 61 is currently filling in for the Baltimore City Fire Department at Engine 35 as they pay their respects for their fallen Heroes. Huntingtown’s first due remains staffed with multiple crews. Please keep your thoughts and prayers with the Baltimore City Fire Department as they go through this hard time.... (Full Story & Photos)

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