Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company Station 12
P.O. Box 547 161 Ritchie Highway
Severna Park, MD 21146 
Phone: 410-647-1990
Fax: 410-647-9463
Hall Rental: 410-544-2880 

info@ehvfc.org

SQUAD RUNS ONE TRAPPED IN FIRST DUE

Monday, April 7, 2014  At 2002 hours Station 12 was alerted for an MVC in the 12-14.  While en route fire alarm upgraded this to a rescue assignment.  Squad 12 arrived to find a single vehicle into a pole with the driver trapped.  Personnel quickly went to work stabilizing the vehicle and extricating the patient.  Units went in service at 2043 hours.  
 

     



 

FIRST DUE GARAGE FIRE

Thursday, March 27, 2014  At 0649 HRS Fire alarm dispatched box alarm 1205 at 109 Mulberry Ave for a garage on fire. Numerous calls were coming in, Chief 12 arrived with smoke showing from a detached garage. Engine 121 arrived and ran the 150' front bumper line and put a quick knock on the fire. The fire was reported knocked down at 0658 HRS. Engine 121 returned to service at 0815 HRS.

     



 

MVC WITH ENTRAPMENT IN COMPANY 10'S AREA

Tuesday, March 18, 2014  At approximately 0950 hrs units were dispatched for a motor vehicle collision that was quickly upgraded to a rescue box with entrapment. Units arrived to find occupants trapped in an SUV that was on its side as well as a driver trapped inside the cab of a garbage truck. A second rescue piece was dispatched to the scene. Patients were extricated and transported by ground ambulance as well as MSP helicopter.  (photo's and story are from Shawn Coleman)

     



 

ENGINE 121 GOES FIRST DUE ON GARAGE FIRE

Friday, March 14, 2014 

     



 

FIRST DUE RESCUE FOR COMPANY 12

Monday, March 10, 2014  At 1304 hrs fire alarm received a call reporting a MVC in front of 119 Benfield Rd. in the 12-24 box. As the call was being dispatched fire alarm upgraded it to a rescue box due to a report of someone trapped. QI2 (Oldershaw) arrived with a 3 vehicle crash and one trapped. QI2 established command and requested a MSP helo. Squad 12 (Capt. Krok) arrived and quickly went to work stabilizing the one vehicle with the trapped occupant . The Squad crew removed the drivers door and the patient was removed within 8 minutes. EMS crews handled and transported all patients to the proper hospital. Squad 12 cleared the scene at 1336 hrs.

     



 

3rd ALARM APARTMENT FIRE FOR THE RESCUE SQUAD

Friday, March 7, 2014 

   


 

SQUAD RUNS MORNING HOUSE FIRE

Tuesday, February 11, 2014  At 0712 hours Squad 12 was alerted for a dwelling fire at 1325 Meyers Station Rd in the 5-35 box. Fire alarm received numerous calls and started the working fire dispatch. BC4 arrived on the scene with heavy fire showing. Squad 12 arrived and the  crew threw ladders and assisted in ventilation.  Soon after the squad completed exterior responsibilities the crew operated a handline in division one for overhaul.  Squad 12 was placed available around 0900 hours.  
 

   


 

SECOND FIRE OF THE DAY FOR COMPANY 12

Tuesday, February 11, 2014  At 1526 hours Engine 121 was alerted with other units in the second battalion for a garage on fire attached to the house at 268 Ridgecross Ct in the 2316. Company 23 arrived on the scene with a 2 story split-foyer with an attached garage well off. Company 23 deployed a 2.5" handline for a "blitz" attack. Engine 121 arrived  and the crew quickly went to work stretching another handline to division two. The crew also located and extricated a cat from the smoke filled building.  Squad 12 was added on the working fire dispatches for additional resources. Company 12 returned to service at around 1730 hrs.  

     



 

ENGINE ARRIVES SECOND ON DWELLING FIRE

Sunday, February 2, 2014  At 2115 hours, in the middle of the Superbowl, Engine 121 was dispatched with other second battalion units for a dwelling fire on the 1000 block of Bradley Road in the 10-02 box. Engine 121 was dispatched as the  4Th due engine but was second arriving and quickly went to work pulling two attack lines off of engine 104 and assumed fire attack on side delta. Crews had the fire knocked down and under control within 15 minutes. Engine 121 went back in service around 0025 hrs. 

Photo credits go to the Photographers

     



 

ENGINE COMPANY USES HAND TOOLS FOR A DOOR POP

Sunday, February 2, 2014  At 0924 hrs Engine 121 was dispatched to Rt.648 and Old Magothy Bridge Rd in the 1206 box for an MVC. While units were en route Fire Alarm upgraded the call to a rescue box after receiving calls that the driver was trapped. Engine 121 arrived on the scene with a single vehicle that struck a pole with the driver confined. Chief 12 arrived and established command. Engine 121 had the door popped with and the driver removed within 4 minutes. The units from 12 returned to service at 0939 hrs. 

     



 
 
 

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