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2022 417 742 1159
2021 1,050 1,795 2,845
2020 997 1,655 2,652
2015
2014 918 1,487 2,405
2013 975 1,775 2,475
2012 990 1,545 2,645
2011 912 1,489 2,401
2010 918 1,540 2,458
2009 947 1,653 2,600
2008 1,006 1,639 2,645
2007 1,010 1,465 2,475

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Safety Officer Brad Saunders, December 24

On December 24th at approximately 643PM, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to the 27000 Block of Budd’s Creek Road in Mechanicsville for the structure fire. Squad 2 made the response. While responding Chief 17 arrived on scene to find a 75x25 barn fully involved on the Potomac Motor Speedway property. Upon arrival squad 2 assisted with overhaul as the structure was a complete loss. Squad 2 operated ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Mechanicsville House Fire

Safety Officer Brad Saunders, December 21

On December 21st at approximately 0043 hours, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to Donna Drive in Mechanicsville, St Mary’s County, for the house fire. Engine 22, Tanker 2 and Chief 2B responded.

St Mary’s Engine 23 arrived and located a single family home with fire through out the garage extending into the house. Engine 22 arrived moments later and picked up the supply line. Engine 22’s crew ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Speedy Recovery

Safety Officer Brad Saunders, December 17

On 12/17/22, Calvert County had a Deputy Sheriff shot in the line of duty following a vehicle pursuit. The members of Hughesville VFD would like to send out well wishes and prayers to the involved deputies, a wish a speedy recovery for the injured deputy. More information on the event can be obtained from the press release by the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office.

https://www.calvertcountymd.gov/368/Sheriffs-Office... (Full Story)


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Safety Officer Brad Saunders, December 16

On December 16th at approximately 345 PM, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to Lisa Way in Waldorf for the house fire. Squad 2 made the response. While responding, Waldorf units arrived on scene to find a working fire with fire through the roof. Duty 3 requested the working fire assignment. Squad 2 arrived on scene a short time later and was directed to complete a primary search of the structure. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Engineer Brad Saunders, December 05

On December 5th at 2:49 pm, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to the 16900 block of Teagues Point Road for the motor vehicle collision. Squad 2, Engine Tanker 2, Chief 2A made the response. Units arrived on scene to find a single vehicle collision involving an electric pole, with the occupant being freed from the wreckage by a bystander. After the collision, the vehicle caught fire. Due to the power ... (Full Story & Photos)

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