On Saturday, November 5, 2022 around 7 p.m. the Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department and surrounding departments were called to the main building for a fire alarm. Crews from Company 2 (Engine 21 and Squad 2) located a fire in the basement area.
The crews from Engine 21 and Engine 72 (St. Leonard) worked together to extinguish the fire. Squad 2 arrived and handled the overhaul at the scene. One civilian was flown to a local burn center.
On July 26, 2022, around 1:45 a.m., units were called to a St. Leonard home at 50 Nursery Court for heavy smoke rising from a residence.
On Tuesday, May 3, 2022, Past Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Chief Timothy Delehanty was presented with the prestigious Leslie B. Thompson Memorial award. This year Delehanty also celebrates 50 years of responding to emergencies and helping citizens in the state of Maryland.
The Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department is hosting a number of events and fundraisers in 2022! Mark you calendar, dates are listed.
The crew from Squad 2, Hughesville Volunteer Fire Department and Benedict Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad assisted with the extrication, removing brush to get to the unresponsive patient and taking off the roof off the vehicle.
The Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department was honored to welcome Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) to our fire department on March 12, 2018. The Governor held his regional Southern Maryland cabinet meeting at our station. Hundreds of citizens and local politicians were in attendance. The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office provided the presentation of colors and […]