Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company

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2014-2015 Incidents
Fire EMS
Oct 43 81
Nov 53 79
Dec 41 91
Jan 61 104
Feb 41 66
Total 239 421

Past Incidents
Fire EMS
2013-2014 518 1089
2012-2013 472 1017
2011-2012 373 1019
2010-2011 460 1115
2009-2010 474 990
2008-2009 453 1024

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Training With MSP Trooper 1

Lieutenant Bryan Schulz, March 16

The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company along with Maryland State Police Aviation held a training night at JVFC House 1. Members were able to examine the new Trooper 1 and discuss any questions with the pilots. Members were trained on how to safely approach the helicopter while loading patients and also how to provide the best possible landing site area.... (Full Story & Photos)

Daylight Saving Time Begins Sunday, March 8th.

Firefighter Dave Pullen, March 07

Before you go to bed tonight, remember to move your clock forward one hour and take the time to change the batteries in your smoke alarm. If you have a battery-operated carbon monoxide alarm, change those batteries also.

During the 2013 session of the Maryland General Assembly, the thirty-eight year old Maryland Smoke Alarm Law was completely rewritten and updated to take advantage of new technology. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Chimney Fire 705 Box

Lieutenant Bryan Schulz, March 05

The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company was alerted for a chimney fire in the 1800 Block of Trout Farm Road at 18:18 hours. Chief 7-1, Engine 712 and Rescue 751 arrived shortly after, and found a 2 story single family dwelling with smoke showing around the chimney area. Crews quickly went to work stretching a hand line and laddering the dwelling. Crews found fire located in a completely blocked chimney ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine & Medic Standby Abingdon VFC

Lieutenant Bryan Schulz, February 28

Engine 711 and Medic 791 were requested to standby at Abingdon Volunteer Fire Company Saturday night to cover incidents in their first due allowing their members to attend their annual awards banquet. Engine 711 and Medic 791 were kept busy running multiple fire and medical related incidents. Crews returned back to Jarrettsville after midnight. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Multiple Working Incidents For JVFC

Lieutenant Bryan Schulz, February 28

The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company was kept busy today with multiple working incidents.

11:40 - 700 Box - MVC Rescue 1100 Block of Baldwin Mill Road

15:55 - Norrisville VFC 10-06 Box - MVC Rescue Route 24 & Saint Mary's Road. Rescue 751 and I.V. 791 special requested

16:05 - 715 Box - MVC Rescue - 4200 Block Norrisville Road

19:50 - Hereford VFC 44-18 Box - Dwelling Fire 2800 Block of McComas ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Community Detail

Lieutenant Bryan Schulz, February 21

Jarrettsville Fire Company along with the Fallston Fire Company teamed up to make a surprise birthday visit to Austin, a very strong 4-year old boy overcoming an illness. JVFC members braved the snow and ice and responded with 12 volunteers and 3 pieces of apparatus to meet him at his home. Austin was given some memorabilia from JVFC as a gift for his birthday. We would like to wish Austin a Happy ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Medic 792 Update

Lieutenant Bryan Schulz, February 18

Members from the JVFC Ambulance 792 Committee traveled to Orlando, Florida, today to conduct the final inspection of the new Ambulance 792. Committee members were very pleased with what they found. We plan to take delivery of the unit during the first part of March.... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 711 to Baltimore Co Fire

Lieutenant Bryan Schulz, February 13

Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company was alerted to respond an engine mutual aide to the Monkton area of Baltimore County for a reported building fire. Engine 711 responded and assisted crews with fire extinguishment and overhaul of an agriculuitre type building. Crews also searched adjacent structures for further fire extension. Crews remained on scene for a period of time before being placed back ... (Full Story & Photos)


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P.O. Box 7
Jarrettsville, Maryland 21084

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