The crew from Engine 21 found the fire in the attic of the garage at the residence. Company 6 (Huntingtown) assisted on the call. Safety Officer Sharpe had command of the call.
The project was completed by Delmarva Site Development, Inc. with all of the labor and materials donated. All fundraising money from the project will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
On October 26, 2019, members from the Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department and mutual aide stations attended the annual memorial service to honor those who have fallen in the line of duty and off duty. PFVFD would like to thank the Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department for covering Calvert County with their ladder truck during the […]
The Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department (PFVFD) is honored to be a grant recipient from the generous Leary Firefighters Foundation. The funds received are all thanks to anonymous folks directly in our immediate community who nominated PFVFD. The Spot-A-Hero campaign reached out to citizens around America to vote and our Calvert County community members stepped […]
On Thursday, November 22, 2018, Engine 21 and Tanker 2 were alerted to the working house fire in the Solomons area. According to the initial dispatch a single-family home was on fire, smoke and flames were visible. No one was trapped and it was believed at the time the fire began in the kitchen area. […]
Last week the local Cub Scout group, 1806 The Wolves made a visit to our station. While there, the children learned about fire safety with Capt. Robbie Helms and other volunteers at the firehouse. The group even presented our membership with a framed and signed “thank you” from their team. PFVFD supports all local organizations, […]
On Saturday August 25, 2018, Company 2 was alerted to a little girl who fell into a well in the 1000 block of Plum Point Road. First arriving units from Huntingtown VFD found the 5-year-old who landed 30+ feet below the ground in water. Engine 22 and Tanker 2 were already on another call, so […]