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2019 Unit Run Stats
E41 235
WS42 0
RE4 112
ET44 34
B47 12
B48 3
P45 404
A46 0
U4 8
(Updated 6/27/19)
Total 808

2019 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan. 23 58
Feb. 51 61
March 34 58
April 32 55
May 32 82
June 27 42
July
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Dec.
Total 199 356

2018 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan. 37 68
Feb. 28 74
March 34 78
April 24 76
May 25 66
June 20 79
July 43 68
Aug. 45 65
Sep. 38 60
Oct. 31 67
Nov. 40 68
Dec. 38 58
Total 403 827

Unit Run Stats
2O18: 2O17: 2O16:
E41 470 248 231
WS42/E42 23 18 48
RE4 291 221 217
ET44 61 58 8
B47 21 32 43
B48 13 5 10
P45 878 828 704
A46 30 8 113
U4 52 128 199
DTY4 43 9 26
Total 1884 1557 1601

Incidents by Year
Year Fire EMS
2014 318 664
2015 314 745
2016 315 744
2017 338 751
2018 403 827


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Company 4 Responds to Vehicle Collision Involving a Train
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By Secretary Christopher Bowman
August 9, 2018

Just before 2:30pm on Thursday August 9th Rescue Alarm 4-20 was alerted at the Watersville Rd railroad crossing for the report of a tractor trailer struck by a CSX train. RE4 and P45 responded along with units from Mount Airy VFC and HCDFRS Special Operations. Units arrived to find that the train had clipped the tail end of the trailer causing some of the truck's cargo to be thrown from the trailer. There was no significant damage to the train, but Special Operations crews continued to secure the cargo from the truck which consisted of large containers of weed killer that ruptured when thrown from the trailer. There were no injuries as a result of the collision. Fire department crews operated for over an hour before turning the scene over to CSX, MDE, and HCPD. This is the second incident in less than two weeks involving a vehicles too close to the railroad tracks being clipped by passing trains.

Units: RE4 P45
 
Mutual Aid: CRES1 E101 TWR10 P105 TRNS12 SOBC10
 
 

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