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2019 Unit Run Stats
E41 303
WS42 1
RE4 180
ET44 39
B47 23
B48 3
P45 591
A46 0
U4 11
Updated: 9/13/19
Total 1160

2019 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan. 23 58
Feb. 51 61
March 34 58
April 32 55
May 32 82
June 37 49
July 35 70
Aug. 28 63
Sep. 12 28
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Total 284 524

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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By Secretary Christopher Bowman
March 17, 2019

At just after 5 pm on Sunday March 17th E41 was alerted to respond to the area of Woodbine Rd and the CSX railroad tracks to investigate heavy black smoke in the area. While responding the call was updated to a brush fire with an exposure building, and then updated again to a box alarm for a pole building on fire. The upgraded assignment brought units from Winfield, Mt. Airy, Glenwood, and Sykesville to assist along with B47, ET44, and P45. E41 attempted to make access to the fire, but due to the location B47 and CB145 were utilized to get to the building. CE142 was used to set up water supply on the Woodbine Rd bridge over the patapsco river and supply the fire attack crews directly without the need for tankers. The fire was placed under control after approximately 1 hour on scene, but crews remained for a total of 3 hours to fully extinguish the fire and overhaul the structure. Units returned to service around 8 pm. Unless otherwise noted all photos are courtesy of HCDFRS.

While our units were committed on the fire we would like to thank Damascus for covering our area with E713 until we were able to staff RE4 with a volunteer crew. The volunteer standby crew in the station responded to one medical emergency while other units were committed.

Units: E41 ET44 B47 P45
 
 

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