Woodland Beach Volunteer Fire Dept.
P.O. Box 236
Edgewater Md 21037
Anne Arundel County
Email us @: firstname.lastname@example.org
Woodland Beach VFD 1st Due Map
Sunday, April 15, 2012 10:00
At 10:00 crews from station 2 assisted with an EMS standby for a BMX bike race and stunt show. Crews were on scene for about 4 hours and did not treat any patients.
Saturday, April 14, 2012 04:38
At 04:38hrs station 2 was alerted to the 2-24box in the 1800 block of Shore Dr. for the reported dwelling fire. Units arrived on scene with fire showing from the rear of the dwelling. Upon investigation crews found what had appeared to be a shed on fire threatening extension to the dwelling. Crews protected the exposure and extinguished the fire. Crews were on scene for just under 2 hours. Photos are from the daytime.Units on scene: ME2,MU2,E351,E32,E12,TW40,LAD39,SQ38,TA3,BC3,E404,MU3,FM861,FM863
Saturday, April 14, 2012
Millersville, MD... In
response to the continued dry conditions and “Red Flag Warnings” for our area,
the Anne Arundel County Fire Department in coordination with the Anne Arundel
County Health Department have jointly issued a ban on “Open Burning” effective
As a result, the Anne Arundel
County Health Department has ceased issuing Open Burn Permits and all
previously issued Open Burn Permits are suspended until further notice. In addition, all recreational burning such
as: camp fires and the use of outdoor fire places are also included in this
open burning ban. Warm spring
temperatures, low humidity, and dry conditions creates dry vegetation that can
result in brush fires that burn and spread quickly. This week, County
Firefighters have responded to more than 115 Brush Fires in the County. “Brush fires, in our area are rarely
attributed to natural causes and these steps are necessary to help avoid such
fires” said Fire Chief John Robert Ray.
County Residents are also
being asked to exercise extreme caution and take the appropriate steps to avoid
accidently starting such fires:
Thursday, April 12, 2012 19:27
At 19:27hrs Squad 2 was alerted with other units to the 5-28box (Waugh Chapel)in the 2200 block of Montauk Dr for the reported suspicious package. Squad 2 assisted with crowd control while the Haz-mat team investigated. Squad 2 was on scene for 20 minutes.Units on scene: E51,SQ2,PM6,SQ23,TR23,AAPD
Thursday, April 12, 2012 10:42
At 10:42hrs units were dispatched to the intersection of Rt450 nad Rt3 for the reported MVC involving a police officer. Units arrived on location and called for 2 additional transport units bringing PM2 to the scene. Units transported 3 patients to local facilities.
UNITS ON SCENE: E72,C7,MU816,MU3,PM2
Courtesy of skyteam 11
courtesy of skyteam 11
Friday, March 30, 2012
At 08:09hrs station 2 was alerted to the 2-22 box in the 100 block of Washington Rd for the reported odor of smoke in the cafeteria area of Edgewater Elementary School. Units arrived on location with nothing evident. Upon investigation crews found light smoke in the cafeteria area. Crews determined the cause was from the HVAC system to the school. Crews were on scene for 1 hour. Photos courtesy of Edgewater Patch.
Units On Scene: ME2,MU2,E351,E31,E381,TW40,LAD39,SQ1,BC3,E404
The WBVFD Firecracker 2012 had been mailed to your residence. It has many reports including a report on the new property, membership recruitment, and a new way to donate (via Paypal) on our website. This is the 66th year for our fund drive called The Firecracker. This year we have changed the looks with then and now photos as our department continues to grow. Without the support of our communities we would not have what we have today. Remember through your donations everythnig we own states, "Owned By The Communities We Serve" The officers and members of the WBVFD thanks each and every one of you for your continued support of our department. To donate online there is a paypal link on the left side menu. Also please take the time to sing our guestbook on our website. Thanks again!
On March 26th 2012 from 11:30am until 11:00pm The Steakhouse in Edgewater will donate 10% of all proceeds in this time period to the WBVFD. This is Dine-in or carryout! Please come out and support your local volunteer fireman as we continue to raise funds for our new firehouse. Thank you so much for your continued support.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012 22:30
At approximately 22:30hrs station 2 was alerted to the 3-13box (Riva) in the 400 block of Porpoise Dr for the reported dwelling fire. Upon arrival of crews command called for a 2nd alarm due to the volume of fire and it extending to an exposure. Sq2 assisted with salvage and overhaul, fire attack, and filling air bottles. Crews were on scene for about 5 hours. PHOTOS COURTESY OF JULIA HOWLIN
Sunday, March 11, 2012 06:51
At 06:51hrs station 2 was alerted to the 2-21box in the 200block of Central Ave. for the reported vehicle fire. Crews from station 2 arrived to find a Jeep stuck in the mulch with a fire in the engine compartment. Crews used the booster line to extinguish the fire. Crews were on scene for 1 hour until the vehicle was removed from the mulch.
Units on scene: ME2,B2,FM862,FM867,AAPD
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