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

Engine 122 and Medic 12 on 10-05 Dwelling

Wednesday, February 24, 2016  On February 24th Engine 122 and Medic 12 along with other second Battalion units were alerted for the 10-05 dwelling fire.  Medic 12 was first arriving with heavy smoke showing, Engine 122 right behind them took their own hydrant.  The crews from Engine and Medic 12 quickly advanced a line to side bravo making a push to knock the fire.  A quick knock was put on the fire before the second floor began to collapse and crews were pulled out. 

     



 

Engine 121 and Squad 12 Double Pull on 30 Dwelling Fire

Saturday, December 26, 2015   At 1530 hours Engine 121 and Squad 12 were dispatched with other second battalion units for a dwelling fire in Company 30s first due.  Truck 30 arrived with smoke showing.  Squad 12 quickly went to work conducting a primary search and checking in the house for extension from the garage.  Engine 121 covered Engine 10s plug while the crew from the wagon stretched a second line to the dwelling.  

     



 

Engine 122 On 3 Alarm In Annapolis

Saturday, December 12, 2015   Around 1415 hours fire alarm received multiple calls for the commercial building fire in Annapolis.  Units arrived on location with heavy fire showing.  The incident quickly went to a second than third alarm.  Engine 122 on the second alarm arrived and quickly went to work on side charlie advancing hoselines to divisions 2 and 3 from the fireboat.  The incident is still currently under investigation.  

     
Photos Courtesy of Facebook

Photos Courtesy of Facebook

Photos Courtesy of Facebook

Photos Courtesy of Facebook



 

Engine 121 takes first due fire

Monday, September 28, 2015 0145  At 0144 hours Engine 121 and other units were dispatched for the dwelling fire in the 100 block of Benfield Road.  Chief 12 arrived with heavy fire throughout.  The fire is currently still under investigation.  

   


 

20-14 DWELLING FIRE

Tuesday, April 7, 2015   At 2030 hours Squad 12 and other second battalion units were dispatched to Luke Drive for the reported dwelling fire.  Engine 20 arrived with fire showing.  Squad 12 was first arriving special service and was quickly sent to work to conduct a primary search and open up for crews inside.  Chief 12 handled water supply for the incident and Ambulance 129 handled rehab.  All crews worked well to make a quick knock of the fire and prevent further damage.  

     



 

DWELLING FIRE IN POINT PLEASANT

Tuesday, March 31, 2015 

     
Photos from Lt. Jackson

Photos from Lt. Jackson

Photos from Lt. Jackson

Photos from Lt. Jackson



 

Engine Makes Grabs In First Due

Monday, March 30, 2015 1722 At 1722 hours Engine 121 was dispatched for a feline stuck in the tree. Engine 121 arrived on scene to find a 40 foot tree with one cat trapped approximately 20 feet up. The feline was in extreme distress at the time. The crew from 121 threw a 24' ladder to side alpha of the tree. Members made the grab and carried down the cat to safety to its owner. Engine 121 cleared the scene at 1737 hours.

     



 

DWELLING FIRE IN POPLAR RIDGE

Tuesday, March 10, 2015  Just before 0900 hrs units were dispatched to 7962 Holly Rd in the 1012 box for a dwelling fire. First arriving units arrived with smoke showing from a one story dwelling. Engine 121 (first arriving engine) layed out at Poplar Ridge and Holly, the crew ran a 200' crosslay into side alpha. Once inside the engine company extingushed all visible fire as the crew from PM12 opened up. All units worked well together to bring this fire under control quickly.

     
Photo by Craig Urban

Photo by Craig Urban

Photo by Craig Urban

Photo by Craig Urban



 

18-13 DWELLING FIRE

Sunday, March 8, 2015   At 2150 hours Engine 121 was alerted for the dwelling fire in box 18-13.  Engine 121 was 4th due engine, but arrived second and picked up Engine 18's line at the plug.  The crew from 121 proceeded to the fire ground and was assigned to division 1 to open up for fire attack as well as open windows for ventilation.  Crews from 12 remained on scene for 1.5 hours.  

     

Photo by Craig Urban

Photo by Craig Urban



 

FIRST DUE DWELLING FIRE BOX 12-12

Monday, March 2, 2015   Just after 1900 hours Fire alarm received calls for the reported porch fire in box 12-12.  Engine 121 responded 6w0, and arrived on location with a single story dwelling with heavy fire showing from sides Alpha and charlie.  Chief 12 assumed command and field communications.  The crew quickly went to work stretching a 200 1 3/4 to side alpha and the 300 1 3/4 to side charlie.  The barman forced entry to the front door where crews stopped the spread and knocked a bulk of the fire.  The second lineman and backup made entry in side charlie and stopped the fire in the breezeway.  In all 1000 feet of hand lines were stretched from Engine 121.  All units on scene preformed well to make a quick knock of the fire and prevent further extension.  Company 12 remained on scene for about 3 hours.    


     
Credit: Lea Ann Harrison

Credit: Lea Ann Harrison

Credit: Lea Ann Harrison

Credit: Lea Ann Harrison



 
 
 

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