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Structure Fire

Firefighter/EMT-B Brad Saunders, July 22

On July 22nd, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to the 8400 block of Dartrey Pl in Dentsville for a structure fire. Engine 22, Engine/Tanker 2, Engine 24 and Chief 2A responded. Dentsville Engine 151, La Plata Engine 12 and Engine/Tanker 2 arrived at the same time to find a two story single family home with smoke showing. Engine 151 and Engine 12’s crew made entry with the initial attack line while ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Support for the McMahon Family

President James Harris, July 12

I wish to express my sincere gratitude towards the generosity of everyone that has reach out and donated to the Hughesville Volunteer Fire Department for one of our members and their family, who tragically lost their house to a fire on Friday. We are overwhelmed with the clothing and toys so graciously donated. Moving forward, we encourage you to direct any further donations to a local neighborhood ... (Full Story)


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Assistance for McMahon family

President James Harris, July 10

Yesterday the McMahon family members of Hughesville and LaPlata Fire department suffered an incredible loss of property as there house caught fire and significant damage was caused and the family loss most of everything we are trying to pull together as many resources as possible for there needs in the coming days and month we are accepting cloths in the following sizes

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Adult men's ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Motor Vehicle Collision

Firefighter/EMT-B Brad Saunders, June 28

At 4:40 AM Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to Prince Frederick Road and Orchard View for the motor vehicle collision involving a horse. Squad 2 and Paramedic Ambulance 28 responded along with Benedict Volunteers. Units arrived to find a single vehicle had struck two horses in the roadway. Both horses were deceased on the scene. State Police handled the investigation.


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Working house fire

Firefighter/EMT-B Brad Saunders, June 26

At approximately 12:16 PM, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to the 27000 block of Burch Manor Circle in Mechanicsville for the working house fire. Engine 22, Engine Tanker 2 and Paramedic Ambulance 28 responded. Mechanicsville Units arrived on scene to find fire showing and began suppression efforts. Engine 22 arrived on the scene a short time later and was assigned as the RIT team and staged in ... (Full Story & Photos)

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