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Firefighter/EMT-B Brad Saunders, September 24

On September 24th at 11:08 PM Hughesville Volunteers along with surrounding companies were alerted to Fowler Brothers Place for the Garage Fire. Chief 2, Engine 22, Engine Tanker 2 and Paramedic Ambulance 28 made the response. Engine 22 arrived on scene to find 8an approximately 20 by 30 garage that was converted to a chicken coop fully involved. Crews pulled an attack line and extinguished the bulk ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Shed Fire

Firefighter/EMT-B Brad Saunders, September 21

On September 21st at 1525 hours, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to the 15000 Block of Oaks Road for a shed fire. Engine 22, Engine/Tanker 2, Squad 2, Engine 24, Paramedic Ambulance 28 and Ambulance 27 made the response.

Paramedic Ambulance 28 was first arriving with a working garage fire. Engine 22 arrived and laid out supply line from the end of the driveway and made the attack. Engine Tanker ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Fatal motor vehicle collision

Hughesville Volunteers, September 09

On September 9th at 1256 hours, Hughesville volunteers were alerted to Poplar Hill Road in the area of Dr Samuel Mudd Road in Waldorf for the motor vehicle collision with entrapment. Waldorf VFD arrived to find a two vehicle collision with multiple patients trapped. Squad 2 and Paramedic Ambulance 28 responded. Squad 2 arrived on scene and assisted with extrication of the patients while Paramedic ... (Full Story)


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Single Family House Fire

Firefighter/EMT-B Brad Saunders, September 08

On September 8th at 0232 hours, Hughesville VFD was alerted to respond to Waldorf for the working house fire. Engine 22 responded and arrived on scene as the 5th due engine. Engine 22’s crew relieved Engine 121’s crew on Division 2 (2nd floor) and helped with overhaul.

Once clear of the scene, Engine 22 took a fill in at Station 3 where additional calls were ran. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Firefighter Randy Green, September 04

On September 4, 2020 at approximately 5:50 pm while assisting with coverage in Calvert County, Calvert County Fire Communications alerted the Huntingtown Vol. Fire Department for a Motor Vehicle Collision involving a motorcycle. Hughesville Ambulance 27, Engine 32 from Waldorf and Hollywood Rescue Sqaud 7 responded to the scene. Engine Tanker 2 was also dispatched to Plum Point Middle School to set ... (Full Story & Photos)

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