Leonardtown Volunteer Fire Department

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2022 Call Stats
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Unit Response
Engine 10
Engine 11
Tanker 14
Squad 1
Truck 1
Brush 1
Utility 1
UTV 1

Past Incidents
2021 821
2020 758
2019 669
2018 733
2017 654

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Welcome to the official website of the Leonardtown Volunteer Fire Department! Please explore the website and if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to us. We are always seeking motivated individuals who are ready to step up and serve their community. If interested please give us a call or stop by the station on a Monday evening between 7 - 9 p.m. Do you have what it takes?

 

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December 10

Rescue Squad 1 (6 personnel), Engine 10( 4 personnel), Chief 1A, and Chief 1B responded and operated on a reported serious MVA with subjects trapped at Rt.5 and St.Andrews Church Rd. Units arrived on scene finding a T-bone style crash with a passenger still trapped in the vehicle. Rescue Squad 1 stabilized vehicle and used the HURST Jaws of Life to pop the passenger door gaining access to the patient. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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First Due Crash With Flyout

Fire Chief Chris Bell, November 14

At 0950 hours Rescue Squad (4 personnel), Engine 11 (4 personnel), Chief 1, and Chief 1A responded and operated in the 22600 block of Newtowne Neck Rd. While units were enroute communications notified responding units that they were upgrading the call to a trapped assignment. Units from Company 1 arrived finding a single vehicle into a tree. The driver was still in the vehicle however was not trapped. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption 3rd Due Commercial Building Fire for Tanker and Ladder Truck

Fire Chief Chris Bell, November 14

At 2130 hours, Tanker 14 (5 personnel), Truck 1 ( 5 personnel), Chief 1, and Chief 1A responded and operated in the 26500 block of Loveville Road for the building fire. Chief 7B arrived on location to find a commercial building with fire showing from the roof. Hollywood and Mechanicsville units arrived deploying handlines beginning an initial fire attack. Command requested an evacuation due to heavy ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Company Handles First Due MVA

Fire Chief Chris Bell, November 05

Rescue Squad 1 (4 personnel), and Engine 10 (4 personnel) responded to the 26000 block of Point Lookout Rd for a reported 4 vehicle accident. Rescue Squad 1 arrived finding a vehicle roughly 1/2 mile from the original scene into a guardrail. Engine 10 arrived at the original location finding additional vehicles. EMS units valuated multiple patients, however only transporting 1 and obtaining 2 refusals. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Fire Chief Chris Bell, November 05

At 1105 hours Rescue Squad 1 (4 personnel), Engine 10 (4 personnel), Chief 1A, and Chief 1B responded to the 43000 block of St. Andrews Church Rd for a motor vehicle accident with minor injuries. Two patients were transported to SMH. Chief 1B held the St. Andrews Church Rd Command.... (Full Story & Photos)

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