Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company Station 12
P.O. Box 547 161 Ritchie Highway
Severna Park, MD 21146
Hall Rental: 410-544-2880
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 1754
At 1754 Engine 122 was dispatched along with other 2nd battalion units for a dwelling fire in the 12-10. Engine 122 arrived with smoke showing, crews quickly went too work deploying 2 lines and making a quick knock of the fire located in the laundry room. Units remained on location for 1.5 hours.
Tuesday, August 5, 2014
The busy morning continued at station 12, As the squad was clearing a first due medical, Fire alarm transmitted the working fire dispatch for 1305 Howard Rd in the 1807 box. Squad 12 was added to the call and arrived with first alarm units. Command assigned Truck 30 and Squad 12 to the roof to open up. Crews cut 3 holes in the roof to relieve smoke from the attic fire. In all, units on the scene made quick work of this fire and squad 12 returned to service at 1309 hours.
Tuesday, August 5, 2014
At 0849 hours fire alarm upgraded an MVC on Lake Shore Dr in the box 20-23 to a rescue with reported rollover with entrapment. Squad 12 arrived and was assigned to rescue group and went to work stabilizing the vehicle and extricating the patient by flapping the roof and opening up the entire patient compartment. Squad 12 cleared the incident around 0940.
Monday, August 4, 2014
While at the shop, Engine 125 bid up on the reported overturned box truck at 97 south at Rt. 3. While en route fire alarm upgraded this to a rescue box with the vehicle on fire. Engine 125 was first arriving and found a single box truck which had gone over the overpass to the access road below. When access was made to the truck, the driver had been extricated by bystanders. A hose line was deployed from the overpass and a quick knock was made on the fire in the engine compartment. Units remained on scene for about 1 hour.
Friday, August 1, 2014
This weekend members organized a rookie weekend to train and mentor our newer members. Training was conducted to make our rookies better and safer firefighters. During the weekend we went through hose line evolutions, ladders, the MFRI maze trailer, a mayday/ wall breach prop, master streams, and gear and air pack familiarization as well as other job specific trainings. In all we had 18 rookies to train, most stayed at the firehouse during the weekend to get used to the day to day operations around station 12. A special thank you to Truck 13 for helping us with our ladder evolutions at the training academy.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
At 2008 hrs Company 12 along with medical units were dispatched to the 1214 box at McBrides Ln and Whites Rd for an MVC involving a motorcycle. Squad 12 arrived and found a single patient sustaining minor injuries. Units cleared the incident in about 45 minutes.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
At 2212 hours Squad 12 was dispatched to the Rescue box at Mountain road and RT 100w in the 1811 box. Squad 12 arrived and was assigned to the rescue group and went to work cutting the vehicle and utilizing the rams to roll the dash. 3 patients were transported with injuries. Units remained on scene roughly 1.5 hours.
Friday, June 13, 2014
Engine 125 was dispatched with surrounding units for a dwelling fire at 131 Earleigh Heights Rd W in the 12-12 box. Engine 125 arrived to a 2 story dwelling with smoke showing. Chief 12 arrived and established command, Engine 125 confirmed working fire on the second floor. The engine crew knocked down the fire as crews from 23 were searching and opening up. Units on scene made quick work of this fire and cleared in a about an hour.
Monday, June 2, 2014
At 1914 hrs Engine 125 along with other units were dispatched for a tractor trailer overturned at Ritchie Hwy and Route 10 in the 1205 box. Engine 125 and Chief 12 arrived on the scene, command was established and crews quickly went to work assessing the situation. The driver self extricated himself prior to the arrival of units. Crews contained the leaking fluids and returned to service at 2045 hrs.
Sunday, May 25, 2014
At Approx 1330 hours Fire Alarm recieved numerous calls for an apartment on fire at 7501 Furnace Branch Rd in the 18-5 box. Engine 18 arrived with heavy fire through the roof of a 3 story apartment building and requested the 2nd alarm. Engine 125 was first arriving on the second alarm and layed out and postioned on side charlie. The crew from eninge 125 deployed th 2.5" handline and stopped horzontial fire spread. The bulk of the fire was knocked down quickly but crews remained on scene for an extended time for mop up.
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