Company 1 (North Beach) arrived on-scene and located an abandoned three-story structure, fully involved with fire. Company 2 units, which included Engine 22, Tanker 2, and Chief 2A (Holzberger) assisted with extinguishing the fire.
On October 22, 2022, The Calvert County Fire and Rescue honored fellow volunteers who passed away over the last year and those who have previously passed in the Line of Duty.
Units remained on scene for an extended period of time and completed overhaul. Volunteers assisted members of the Office of the State Fire Marshal. All occupants made it out safely and no injuries were reported. The cause is under investigation.
Join the Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department for our annual Santa Run through the neighborhoods of Prince Frederick, Md.
Graduating is one of the biggest milestones in a teens life. We couldn’t be more proud of these two, especially doing all of this during a pandemic. Their continued dedication and commitment to serve the citizens of Calvert County is appreciated.
Crews from Engine 22 and Tower 2 assisted with the investigation and laddered the chimney to clean out the debris.
Crews were on the scene for nearly three hours. The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Maryland State Fire Marshals office.
Kyle with the Center for Life Enrichment stopped by recently with a thank you card not just for PFVFD, but for other departments in Calvert. He wanted to thank and recognize volunteers for their service.
Units arrived on the scene just after 12 p.m., with smoke showing from the rear of the building.
Crews respond to two accidents in a short period in Prince Frederick, Md.