Around 1035 am Station 3 was alerted for man power at the AMC movie Theater. Engine 32 was able to respond quickly after dispatch. The ambulance on scene advised that they had 2 patients in a narrow stairway and needed help getting them out.
As Engine 32 arrived on scene, Chief 3A arrived as well. As the crew made entry into the stairway it was discovered that a new section of ceiling had collapsed ... (Full Story & Photos)
Public Information Officer Douglas Medley, January 30
At 1358 hours the Emergency Operations Center started dropping tones for a reported working house fire at 22442 MacAuther Boulevard. Units marked up soon after dispatch and Lieutenant 3 J. Sewell was in the area and went on the scene with fire showing on side A. Engine 32 (The Park) was first arriving followed by Engine 132 ( Navy Fire) then Engine 91 (California) and the rest of the assignment ... (Full Story & Photos)
Around 2021 hours Co 3 was alerted for the MVA Serious at Three Notch Road at Mattapany Road in the 4-02 Box (Ridge VFD's first due area).
Chief 3 & Squad 3 marked up soon after dispatch. Chief 3 arrived first finding a 2 vehicle accident head on style. Chief 3 corrected the location of the accident to the 3-09 box south of Popular Ridge Road. A second crew was standing by at Company 3 and quickly ... (Full Story & Photos)
On 01/21 at 23:23 Hours. St Marys County Communications alerted companies to the intersection of Three Notch Rd & Mattapany Rd for the Motor Vehicle Accident with reports of subjects trapped. Squad 3 (Capt. Martin) responded moments after dispatch.
Squad 3 was first to arrive on the scene finding two vehicles off the roadway and confirmed a subject was trapped in both vehicles. Squad 3 split into ... (Full Story & Photos)
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)
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)
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)
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)