FY14 Call Stats
Fire EMS Total
Jul-13 74 137 211
Aug-13 58 144 202
Sep-13 79 135 214
Oct-13 88 136 224
Nov-13 78 112 190
Dec-13 92 115 207
Jan-14 57 92 149
Feb-14 75 63 138
Mar-14 80 121 201
Apr-14 77 151 228
May-14 95 151 246
Jun-14 65 130 195
Total 918 1487 2405

FY14 Apparatus Call Stats
Engine 22 197
Engine 23 216
Engine 24 130
Tanker 2 116
Squad 2 367
AMB 27 699
AMB 28 953

FY14 Incidents
Fires 155
Gas Leaks 26
Assist EMS 96
MVA's 106
Extrications 14

Past Call Stats
FY Fire EMS Total
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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Signed on November 06, 2003 at 5:43 PM
Guest Name: Andy Jay Lathrop
Rank/Title: Bingen VFD Chief
Location: Hempstead County Arkansas

After visiting your station on 11/01/03 to look at Engine 23,I must say that I was impressed in everything that I seen.You take exccelent care of your equiptment and station.The entire day was a great experience.All of the guys that I met, I believe are some of the finest.Your hospitality was great and we thank you very much.If any of you men ever make it to Bingen,Arkansas,we would be honored to return the favor.
Keep up the great work,
Jay Lathrop
Bingen VFD Chief

Signed on October 19, 2003 at 10:19 PM
Guest Name: George Kohlieber
Rank/Title: vehicle occupant
Location: Hughesville

Just over a year ago back in July I was hit head on by a drunk driver on Rt. 231 I was very lucky to have survived the accident. Iam forever greatfull to you guys along with the guys from benedict if it wasnt for the great work that all of you does I may not be here today to thank you all. Myself along with all of your community is greatfull for all that you do, so keep up the great work !

R.I.P JUSTIN jryde

Signed on October 18, 2003 at 9:09 PM
Guest Name: Mike Howard
Rank/Title: Past Rescue Captain, HVFD&RS
Location: Issue, MD

Enjoyed the website, there sure has been an increase in the number of calls run since the time I was Rescue Captain at Co. 2. God Bless all of you for the great service that you are providing to your neighbors.

Signed on October 15, 2003 at 1:27 PM
Guest Name: Brenda Howard

The Open House was great! My daughter learned a lot. I gathered a lot of information materials for my Girl Scout Troop also. You also assisted recently in an accident with my nephew. Thanks for a job well done!

Signed on October 01, 2003 at 5:30 PM
Guest Name: Tami

Hey i just wanted to thank you guys for everything you have done for the area. You guys do your best when you think you could of done a bit better well keep it up and do what you have to do to save a life thanks again and keep it real.

Signed on September 21, 2003 at 12:09 AM
Guest Name: gaston wilson jr
Rank/Title: asst. chief nicol vfd/chief lake view PD
Location: tuscaloosa co alabama

I ran with wlhvfd #28in late 60s was up in md 2 years ago your members showed me around i was realy impressed . real good web site

Signed on September 21, 2003 at 12:08 AM
Guest Name: gaston wilson jr
Rank/Title: asst. chief nicol vfd/chief lake view PD
Location: tuscaloosa co alabama

I ran with wlhvfd #28in late 60s was up in md 2 years ago your members showed me around i was realy impressed . real good web site

Signed on September 20, 2003 at 2:10 PM
Guest Name: Brian Holbrook
Rank/Title: Chief
Location: LaVale, Md.

I like your web site.

Signed on September 14, 2003 at 5:10 PM
Guest Name: Sean Kerrigan
Rank/Title: Chief Benedict Vol. Fire & Rescue
Location: Benedict md

Great web sight. Keep up the great work.

Signed on September 13, 2003 at 11:44 PM
Guest Name: Bubba

HVFD, you guys are the best of all time! You all are such a great team together. You might have your ups and downs sometimes but when it comes to a fire call, you guys act like it never happend and do what you love to do. You all that volunteer there, make me want to join the Hughesville Volunteer Fire Department and next year, thats what I'm going to do. Every Monday, you guys have drills and that shows that you all try to become better at what you do and you take pride in what you do. You all really must love this job because its not a easy one to volunteer for, you must have alot of heart towards firefighting or ems. This is the best Fire Department ever, Laplata, and Baden don't even come close. I'm glad that I know all of you all cause you are some great people. Don't anybody ever change, you all are very important to other peoples lives. You save other people and thats a very brave thing to do. Goof Jr.- you been great to me and have always helped me out, thanks. Well, keep up all the good work and see yall soon. Love you all like a fat kid loves cake. Holla!!!

Signed on September 12, 2003 at 10:17 PM
Guest Name: Todd Cohen
Rank/Title: EMT-B
Location: Waldorf EMS-3

Great site guys, keep it up. Make sure to keep them updates coming. We are all here to do one thing and that is to save people so lets keep it up the good work!

Signed on September 07, 2003 at 1:42 PM
Guest Name: Mary Wright

Loved your site-keep up the good work! Have to give a shout out to my favorite step-nephew, Brad Saunders, a big "Hey You" from the beautiful Shenandoah Valley! Love ya'lls color scheme, had to look twice- thought that was good ol' Indian Head's engine - I grew up at Station 9. I started out on 9's blue and white (icecream truck colored) ambulance way back in 1983. See great minds do think alike ! You guys have grown so much out there, its awsome. Keep it up & Best of Luck !!!!

Signed on August 29, 2003 at 1:55 PM
Guest Name: Bob Ringle
Rank/Title: FF2/EMTB
Location: Herald Harbor VFD,A.A.Co.,MD

See you at the END OF SUMMER BASH

Signed on August 27, 2003 at 9:02 AM
Guest Name: Troy Hutchinson
Rank/Title: Captain
Location: MWAA-Airport Fire and Rescue

Nice job on the web site. Keep up the good work.

Stay safe.


Signed on August 23, 2003 at 3:32 PM
Guest Name: kassi boyce
Location: waldorf

i just wanted to say that all of you are a inspiration to me because in a year i hope to beable to join the EMS side of Hughesville Volunteer Fire and EMS Department.you all are great and thank you all so much for all of your dedication and work to helping our community..keep it up!!!

Signed on August 23, 2003 at 6:30 AM
Guest Name: Penny Perkins
Location: Bladen County, North Carolina

I ran across this site looking for something totally different. I just want you to know that we, the public, greatly appreciate the job that you do. I am a 911 dispatcher and a former EMT, so I know what kind of person it takes to do what you all do. Sitting behind a console is a hard job but being in the field is even harder. I commend all of the people who are willing to give up their time to help "us" save another life. Thank you!

Signed on August 19, 2003 at 3:07 PM
Guest Name: Robin Batty
Location: Hughesville

We'd like to communicate an expression of gratitude and praise for each
and every one associated within your organization who selflessly gives 24-7 (just about ALL volunteer, yes?!?) to the communities who TOTALLY depend on the commitment and diligence of the fire and rescue workers to respond to each crisis in need. Your professionalism has been frequently witnessed by members of this writer's family and needs to be commended once again.

The bonding and sense of 'family' within the department (even with
the diversity of occupations and individual status') has proven to be a strength and complement in your ability to serving others, together, in our community.

We lift you all in our prayers for strength and sufficient rest and safety in your sacrificial endeavors.

With humble appreciation to the Hughesville Volunteer Fire Dept. and EMS Division... from a community family

Signed on August 17, 2003 at 11:00 PM
Guest Name: Ryan Myers
Rank/Title: Great Work

When my neighbor's sheid was struck by lightning and caught fire and Hughesville ran the call with the help of baden and mechanicsville it looked to me that not only were they great at putting out the fire but they also knew what they were supposed to do and when to do it. And they were well organized, they knew where all the tools were that were needed to control the fire and move object out the way and they were not messey at the end of moveing all the burned eleletical equipment that was in the sheid off to the side. Well all i can say is keep up the great work.

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