Prince Frederick

Squad 2 Responds To Accident on Route 4

On November 3, 2019, just after 11 a.m. Squad 2 responded to the intersection of Route 4 and 231 for an auto accident. First arriving units found three vehicles involved with no entrapment. The crew in Squad 2 secured the vehicles and a total of four patients were transported to the hospital.

Accident On Route 231, Vehicle Into A Pole With Wires Down

On August. 6, 2019, just after 10:00 a.m., Company 2 and surrounding stations were alerted to the area of 231 and Stafford Road for a reported car into a pole and wires down. Chief 2B, Squad 2 and Engine 22 arrived to find a single vehicle accident. Wires were discovered on a adjacent building and […]

Overturned Vehicle In Front Of Prince Frederick Restaurant

On July 10, 2019 just after 9:30 p.m., Company 2 (PFVFD), Company 4 (PFVRS) and Company 6 (HVFD) were alerted to the Heritage 485 for a car on its side in front of the resturant. First arriving units found the vehicle with the occupant trapped on the scene. The crews from Engine 21, Engine 22, […]

Halloween Accident On Route 4, One Flown To Trauma Center

On October 31, 2018, around 8:30 p.m. Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire units and surrounding Squad’s (from Huntingtown and St. Leonard) were alerted to an accident involving a head-on collision. Units initially did not find anyone trapped, however one patient was injured seriously enough to be flown out to a trauma center. The other driver was […]

Company 2 Responds To Serious Accident On Rainy Sunday

On Sunday, September 9, 2018 around 7:49 p.m. Company 2 was alerted to a serious auto accident on Dares Beach Road near Wilson Road. Shortly after the initial dispatch, Calvert County Sheriff’s Deputy’s arrived and reported one vehicle was on fire and a person was trapped. Squad 2 arrived and began the extrication while Engine […]

One Pinned on 231

On February 20th, at 2108 hours, Squad 2, Engine 22 and Safety 2 responded to the area of the 7-11 on 231 for the MVA. The responding units were later advised of one possibly on fire and one trapped.