On the night of February 26 2015 at 19:00, Company 2 members headed to the Hughesville Pond for Ice Rescue Training. Members utilized our Oceanid Rapid Deployment Craft, Mustang Ice Commander Suits, and various other safety devices to practice necessary skills for ice rescue. Evolutions were done on ice depth ranging from 3 inches to less than a inch and open water.
At 1735 Hours on Saturday November 1st, Squad 2 and Tanker 2, along with multiple surrounding companies, responded to a reported structure fire located on Bridgett Lane in Laplata, MD. Squad 2 arrived on location first and immediately initiated fire attack with Squad 2's pre-connected 200ft 1 3/4" attack line in an effort to knock down and slow the growth of the fire in the home until an engine ... (Full Story & Photos)
On July 19, 2014 around 4:51 pm, units from Hughesville Fire and EMS were alerted to the intersection of Mohawk Drive and Three Notch Road for a reported Motor Vehicle Collision. Squad 2 and the Paramedic Ambulance 28 arrived to find a single vehicle overturned just south of the intersection into St. Mary's County. Upon arrival, the driver of the vehicle was treated and transported for routine evaluation ... (Full Story & Photos)
WASHINGTON, DC – June 4, 2014, Congressman Steny H. Hoyer (MD-5) announced that the Hughesville Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad has been awarded $161,975 in federal grant funds to improve operations and safety through the Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) Program.
“Today’s announcement of grant funding for the Hughesville Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad is excellent news ... (Full Story & Photos)
This weekend, the Southern Maryland Volunteer Fireman's Association celebrated their 67th Annual Convention and Parade. The convention and parade mark the changing of the President of the Association for the upcoming year. The weekend was hosted by Solomons Island and Dunkirk Volunteer Fire Department of Calvert County.
The parade ventured through Solomons Island today, where Hughesville Volunteers ... (Full Story & Photos)
Reflective 911 Address Signs
The reflective address signs clearly mark your address for all emergency personnel toidentify easily both day and night. Made of the same tough materials as road signs these home address signs are so reflective in the dark that ambulance or fire crews don't have to struggle to read your address at night. Help us help you! Order one today $20.00 installed.
To order simply fill out the online order form print it and mail it back to to us OR you can email your order to firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will be in contact with you.