Past Call Stats
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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Collision with Fire

Engineer Brad Saunders, August 05

On August 5th at approximately 5:21 am, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to Prince Frederick Road in the area of Brandywine Road for the motor vehicle collision. Squad 2 and Paramedic Ambulance 28 made the response. Shortly after responding, Charles County Sheriff’s Office Units arrived on scene to find a U-Haul truck with fire in the engine compartment spreading to the passenger compartment. Squad ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Engineer Brad Saunders, August 04

On August 4th at approximately 0526 hours, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted for a stabbing. Engine 24, Paramedic Ambulance 28 and Command 2 responded. Units arrived to find a male patient with multiple injuries after being attacked. Paramedic Ambulance 28 requested a helicopter to transport the victim to an area trauma center.

Engine Tanker 2 responded to the SMECO landing pad and set up a landing ... (Full Story & Photos)

MVC Extrication

Engineer Brad Saunders, July 28

On July 28th at approximately 7:19 am, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to Budds Creek Road and Sarum Manor Rd in Newburg for the motor vehicle collision with people trapped. Engine 22 and Paramedic Ambulance 28 made the response. While responding, additional units arrived on scene and confirmed entrapment. A short time later a helicopter was requested to transport a patient from the scene. Upon ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Engineer Brad Saunders, July 16

On July 16th at approximately 5:55 PM, Hughesville Volunteers were alerted to the 1200 block of Addison Court in Waldorf for a Structure Fire. Squad 2 made the response. First arriving units from Waldorf arrived on scene to find a "working house fire". Squad 2 arrived shortly after as the first arriving special service. Squad 2 was assigned the search group. Squad 2 conducted a primary search with ... (Full Story & Photos)

Barn Fire

Engineer Brad Saunders, July 16

On July 16th at approximately 0251 hours, Hughesville Volunteers and surrounding departments were alerted to the 7000 block of Leonardtown Road for the barn fire. Engine Tanker 2, Tanker 2 and Chief 2 responded. Units arrived on scene to find an approximately 400x200 horse stable with fire throughout. A defensive fire attack was utilized until a ladder pipe operation could be established. Two ladder ... (Full Story & Photos)

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