Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company Station 12
P.O. Box 547 161 Ritchie Highway
Severna Park, MD 21146
Hall Rental: 410-544-2880
Monday, January 19, 2015
At 0344 hours on 1/19/15 Engine 122 was dispatched on the 3rd Alarm for the dwelling fire at the 900 block of Childs Point Rd., in Company 8's area. In total this incident went to 4 alarms. The engine crew remained on the scene for 12 hours before being placed in service.
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
At 1815 hours fire alarm received multiple calls for the dwelling fire in the 30-19. Truck 30 arrived to find a dwelling with fire from the roof. Engine 125 picked up the hydrant and supplied the attack pumper. Company 12 units quickly went to work opening up division 2 and advancing the handline from division 2 to the attic. Crews made a quick knock on the fire. Units remained on scene for 2 hours.
Friday, January 9, 2015
We are now accepting closed bids for the old Utility 12. It is a 1995 Ford E350 Diesel with about 90,000 miles. It is being sold AS IS, the light bar is included but no emergency lights are hooked up. All closed bids are to be sent to Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company Station 12 P.O. Box 547 161 Ritchie Highway Severna Park, MD 21146 All bids are to be in by January 31st, 2015.
Monday, January 5, 2015
At 0312 hours Engine 122 was alerted for the boat fire with multiple calls. E122 arrived on scene with a 25 foot speed boat fully involved. Crews pulled the front bumper line and quickly knocked the fire holding it to just the engine. Crews went in service at 0445 hours.
Saturday, January 3, 2015
At 2018 hours Squad 12, Ambulance 129, PM12 and Chief 12 were alerted for the MVC at Magothy Bridge Road with possible entrapment. Ambulance 129 was first arriving with two cars involved in a head on collision. 129 checked for injuries and advised SQ12 one occupant unable to exit the vehicle. The squad crew popped the driver side door and access to the pt was gained. Units transported pts and went in service shortly.
Friday, December 19, 2014
At 1305 hours the Box Alarm was dropped for a 26-12 apartment fire. Ambulance 129 (FFII A. Meyer, FFII Martin) was right around the corner from the address and added themselves with the squad for staffing. A129 arrived as E261 was laying out. A129 was told to pull a RIT line while E261 was investigating. E261 advised command that they had fire in the walls and A129s RIT line became the primary attack line. A129 attempted to extinguish the flames in the walls while crews opened up but were told to stop until utilities were secured. The side Charlie report was given and heavy fire was reported from 4th floor. A129s crew stretched the line up to the 4th floor and met the crew from SQ12 (Engineman Wolford, FFII Lescure). Upon entry to the apartment crews found the living space charged with smoke. Crews found two rooms off in the back and A129 extinguished the fire. The incident went to two alarms but was held in check by the first alarm units.
Saturday, December 13, 2014 0203
At 0200 hours the squad was dispatched for a MVC in the 12-01. C12 arrived on location to find a single vehicle off the road into the woods with two occupants still in the rear. One occupant was removed while a door pop was needed to remove the second occupant. All units went back into service at 0240.
Friday, November 28, 2014
Earleigh Heights is happy to announce we will be escorting Santa through the community. Attached is the schedule. We look forward to seeing everyone! Happy holidays!!
Saturday, November 1, 2014
The officers and members would like to invite past and current members, supporters and followers of the company and anyone who wishes to attend the housing ceremony of our 2014 Pierce Arrow XT better known as Engine 122. Light refreshments will follow. If you plan to attend please RSVP by calling 443-676-4343 or by emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, October 31, 2014 1008
At 1008 Engine 121 was dispatched along with other units for the commercial building fire on the 100 block of Mountain road in the 30-16 box. Units arrived with fire in the building and from the roof. Engine 121 was assigned fire attack and made quick work of the fire and conducted overhaul inside. Units remained on scene for 1.5 hours.
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