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Calendar Fire EMS Total
2022 417 742 1159
2021 1,050 1,795 2,845
2020 997 1,655 2,652
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, May 04

On May 4th 2023, Paramedic Ambulance 27 was alerted to Fish Hawk Court for the Unconscious Person. Moments later the call was upgraded for a Subject Not Breathing. Engine Company 2, Engine 52, Paramedic Ambulance 517, Medic 18, and the North Medical Duty Officer responded. Engine 24 (FF Jenkins and FF T Bagley) and Paramedic Ambulance 27 (EMT Scarlett & Paramedic Kelshaw) responded. Upon arrival, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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First Due Working Fire

Safety Officer Brad Saunders, April 06

At 11:27 PM, Hughesville Volunteers and surrounding departments were alerted to the 6200 block of Goode Road in Hughesville for the House Fire. Chief 2, Engine 22 and Squad 2 responded. Units arrived on scene to find fire showing from a single family home. Units quickly began extinguishment of the fire as additional units began arriving on scene.

A short time in to the fire, a mayday was called ... (Full Story)

Vehicle Fire

Safety Officer Brad Saunders, March 19

On March 19th at 619 AM, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to Trail Mill Place for the outside fire. Engine 22 responded with six volunteers. While responding communications advised of an ATV/Golf Cart on fire with possible extension to the surrounding brush. Engine 22 arrived a short time later to find a Polaris UTV fully involved and the homeowner using a garden hose to contain the burning brush. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Structure Fire

Safety Officer Brad Saunders, March 18

On March 18th at approximately 10:53 am, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to the 14000 block of Petzold Drive in Waldorf for the structure fire. Engine 22 and Tanker 2 responded. While responding units were advised of a dryer fire and the occupants were evacuating the home. Waldorf Engine 32 and Hughesville Engine 22 arrived seconds apart to find a single family home with nothing evident. Chief ... (Full Story)

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Safety Officer Brad Saunders, March 17

On March 17th at 0000 hours, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to St Mary's County in Mechanicsville for the Automatic Fire Alarm (AFA). Immediately after dispatch St Mary's County upgraded the AFA to a Structure Fire. Engine 22 and Tanker 2 responded within seconds of dispatch to the 30000 Block of Gershwin Road in Charlotte Hall.

Engine 22 was first arriving to find a single-family split foyer ... (Full Story & Photos)

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