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2021 715 1580 2295
2020 997 1,655 2,652
2014 918 1487 2405
2013 975 1775 2475
2012 990 1545 2645
2011 912 1489 2401
2010 918 1540 2458
2009 947 1653 2600
2008 1006 1639 2645
2007 1010 1465 2475

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Engineer Brad Saunders, October 10

On October 10th at 7:59 AM, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to Poplar Hill Road and Zeemar Pl, in Waldorf, for the motor vehicle crash with subjects trapped. Squad 2 responded to the scene. While responding, Waldorf VFD arrived on scene to find a single vehicle collision with people trapped. Squad 2 arrived on scene and immediately went to work assisting Waldorf. Squad 2’s crew removed the “B” ... (Full Story & Photos)

Crash with people trapped

Engineer Brad Saunders, October 08

On October 8th at 6:09 am, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to Mechanicsville's first due in St. Mary’s County for the crash with people trapped. Squad 2 and Paramedic Ambulance 27 responded. While enroute, St. Mary’s Squad 2 arrived to find a two vehicle collision with one person trapped. Squad 2 arrived a short time later as the extrication was concluding and assisted with moving the patient ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Engineer Brad Saunders, September 08

On September 8th at 340PM, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to the 8900 block of Flour Court in Waldorf for a house fire. Waldorf Units arrived on scene of a two story single family home with smoke showing. Squad 2 responded after clearing a call nearby. Upon arrival Squad 2 was assigned to conduct a secondary search of the residence to ensure all occupants were accounted for. While completing ... (Full Story & Photos)

Motor Vehicle Collision

Firefighter/EMT-B Brad Saunders, August 27

On August 27th at 7:08 PM, Hughesville Volunteers responded to Gallant Green Road in the area of Bassford Road for the motor vehicle collision. Squad 2, Engine 22, Ambulance 27 and EMS Chief 2A responded. Engine 22 arrived on scene to find a single vehicle collision where the vehicle left the roadway striking a telephone pole. The operator of the vehicle was located uninjured. The remaining units ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Firefighter/EMT-B Brad Saunders, August 26

On August 26th at 1:00 pm, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to the 28700 Block of Thompson’s Corner Road in Mechanicsville for the motor vehicle collision with people trapped. Chief 2 and Squad 2 made the response. Squad 2 and Chief 2 arrived to find a two vehicle collision involving an SUV and a tractor trailer. The SUV was on its side with the operator trapped in the vehicle. Squad 2 began extrication ... (Full Story & Photos)


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