Bay District Volunteer Fire Department
Bay District Volunteer Fire Department
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2017 Incidents
Jan 56 43
Feb 0 0
Mar 0 0
Apr 0 0
May 0 0
Jun 0 0
Jul 0 0
Aug 0 0
Sep 0 0
Oct 0 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 56 43

Past Incidents
2016 1249 979
2015 1115 955
2014 1112 1009
2013 906 845
2012 1009 920
2011 1115 955
2010 1119 902
2009 1216 933
2008 1127 890
2007 1075 935
2006 1149 833
2005 935 756
2004 873 825
2003 918 832

Firefighters From Bay District Catch Fire In The Park

Public Information Officer Douglas Medley, January 16

At 1508 hours the tones dropped for a reported house fire at 46480 Midway Drive in Patuxent Homes in Station 3's first due. As units marked up they were told the second floor was off and 3 had a short run to the location. Upon the arrival of Engine 31 heavy smoke and fire were reported from the second floor. Engine 31 laid out from the nearest hydrant with Engine 91 picking up their line. Navy Engine ... (Full Story & Photos)

Tower-9 Delivered

Firefighter/EMT Stephen Stockwell, December 30

Last Monday, the 19th of December while members of the department were in the regularly scheduled Business Meeting. I reported that it was still unknown when the new Tower-9 were to be delivered. We had a good enough reason to blame it on, as a N2O sensor was causing an issue with a "Check Engine Light" but knowing full well that it was fixed and on its way down to Station 3 for delivery in time ... (Full Story & Photos)

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2 Alarm First Due Structure Fire

Bay District Volunteers, December 15

At approximately 0930 Stations 3, 9 and surrounding departments were alerted for a working apartment fire on Marshall Blvd in Lexington Park.

Engine 32 was first arriving finding a 3-Story end-of-the-row apartment building with fire and smoke showing from the rear of the building and requested a 2nd Alarm to be started. Engine 32 laid out and deployed the 250 foot of 1.75" attack line off the rear ... (Full Story & Photos)

Bay District Catches Work in Leonardtown

Firefighter Nathan Lindgren, November 17

In the early morning hours of November 17th, Fireboard started dropping tones for the reports of a working house fire at 23576 Hollywood Road. At 0234, Engine Companies 1, 7, 9, and 5 along with Truck 1, Tower 9, and Squad 5 were alerted for the call.

Shortly after dispatch, Engine-91 (Lt. Yount) responded with 4 volunteers. Shortly thereafter, Tower-9 (Assistant Chief Burroughs) responded with another ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Side Charlie

Early Morning House Fire

Bay District Volunteers, November 14

In the early morning hours of November 14th, Stations 9 & 3 and the surrounding area fire departments were dispatched for a working house fire at 22483 Macarthur Boulevard in California.

Engine 32 was first arriving finding a modular home fully involved with fire. Engine 91 arrived shortly after Engine 32 and picked up Engine 32’s supply line. Both crews attempted to make entry into the home for ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fatal MVA at Solomons Bridge

Bay District Volunteers, November 10

Just as the evening rush hour was getting under way a motor vehicle accident went out at the base of the Thomas Johnson Bridge on the St. Mary's side.

Engine 91 & Rescue 3 were able to responded quickly after dispatch. Traffic quickly backed up along Routes 4 & 235. En 91 arrived first advising of a 3 car accident with one occupant being a priority 4. Rescue 3 arrived and set up for extrication. ... (Full Story)

MVA with Extrication

Bay District Volunteers, November 10

Just before 8 AM Company 3 was dispatched for a motor vehicle accident. Rescue 3 responded shortly after dispatch.

Once on scene it was discovered to be a head on style accident involving 2 vehicles. One occupant had suffered a broken leg. To make it easier on that occupant Rescue 3 made a 3rd door conversion to the drivers side. Now the crew could remove the occupant without causing more pain or ... (Full Story & Photos)

MVA with Entrapment in California

Deputy Fire Chief Steve Stockwell, October 07

On October 7th, 2016 at approximately 3:20pm members of Bay District responded to the report of a MVA with injuries. E-91 (Sgt. Thompson), SQ-3 (DC Stockwell), SAFETY-3 (Eno) and CAPT-3 (Burroughs) responded to the scene. Upon the arrival of one of the medical units, the subjects were reported to be entrapped within the vehicle. Now what that means is that usually the patients are injured with ... (Full Story & Photos)


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