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.
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.
Engine 21 was the second arriving and assisted with extinguishing the fire, while Tanker 2 assisted with providing water to the site.
On August 14, 2021, Company 2 was were called to the 2000 block of Biglane Court for a house struck by lightening.
Engine 22, Tower 2 Assistant Chief 2-A were all on location where crews operated for a few hours to get the fire under control and perform overhaul.
Crews were on the scene for nearly three hours. The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Maryland State Fire Marshals office.
Units from Company 2 and 6 operated on the scene for several hours to bring the fire under control.
The first units on the scene located the garage with a work truck fully engulfed with flames.
When the crew from Engine 21 arrived, they quickly stretched a number of lines out on the scene and assisted in making a swift interior attack on the flames.
On September 30, 2019, a local citizen in Prince Frederick spotted a glow off Adelina Road and called 911. PFVFD was initially dispatched for a smoke investigation and the call ultimately lead volunteers to the Running Hare Vineyard. Upon arrival, crews found heavy fire in the production facility building. Crews operated on the scene for […]