The Nationwide grant goes toward the purchase of panels that ultimately make a tube around the patient and the farmer’s grain. The patient can be scooped out and the tube helps to keep the surrounding grain from closing back in on them.
Earlier this year, PFVFD participated in a recruitment video series for the Maryland State Fireman’s Association. Fire Chief Joseph Della-Camera appeared on screen as the voice for our department discussing a number of topics relating to recruitment.
PFVFD’s Squad 2 is moving right along. We are more than half-way through the process of building the piece of apparatus. Our station has a
The Office of the State Fire Marshal reminds all Marylanders that burn injuries occur from other sources than fire. Each year, many young children, adolescents and adults experience serious burn injuries from chemical, hot liquids, heated devices and fire related incidents.
To help bring awareness to the Heroin and Opioid Overdose epidemic, PFVFD will house one of three signs highlighting the number of deaths and overdoses throughout Calvert County.