Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company

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2015-2016 Incidents
Fire EMS
Oct 37 59
Nov 34 64
Dec 38 77
Jan 45 64
Feb 40 69
Mar 34 61
Apr 44 88
May 40 76
Jun 30 65
Jul 39 76
Total 381 699

Past Incidents
Fire EMS
2014-2015 536 930
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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Safety Awareness:
Back to School Means Sharing the Road

EMT Ken Sterner, August 22

School days bring traffic congestion, and it is extremely important for drivers to slow down, pay attention, and obey the laws of the road when children and other pedestrians are present.

Sharing the Road with School Buses
• Never pass a bus from behind, or from any direction, if it is stopped to load or unload children.
• If the red lights are flashing and the stop arm is extended, all ... (Full Story & Photos)

Overturned Vehicle vs. Pole

Assistant Chief Bryan Schulz, August 07

The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company was alerted for a motor vehicle accident in the 1200 block of Baldwin Mill Road shortly after midnight. Crews arrived to find a single vehicle overturned, off the roadway, with one patient who had self-extricated. Crews assessed and transported the patient to a local trauma facility for further evaluation. The road was closed for an extended period of time ... (Full Story & Photos)

Tractor Fire 725 Box

Assistant Chief Bryan Schulz, August 05

The Jarretttsville Volunteer Fire Company was alerted for a reported tractor on fire in the area of Rigdon and Sharon Roads. Units arrived to find a fully involved farm tractor approximately 40 feet off the roadway. Crews used an 1 3/4" hand line to extinguish the fire. After some minor overhaul, our units were placed back into service. ... (Full Story & Photos)

MVA 704 Box

Assistant Chief Bryan Schulz, August 01

The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company was alerted for a motor vehicle accident with injuries in the area of Charles Street and Route 152 just after 1830 hours. Units arrived to find a multiple vehicle accident and quickly requested an additional transport unit to the scene. Rescue 751 secured the scene of hazards while both I.V. 791 and Paramedic 792 transported patients to local area facilities ... (Full Story & Photos)

House Struck By Lightning 717 Box

Assistant Chief Bryan Schulz, July 30

The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company responded for a reported house struck by lightning in the 3300 block of Jarrettsville Pike. Units arrived, investigated and confirmed a lightning strike had occurred, causing minor damage. Crews used thermal imaging cameras to confirm that there was no hidden fire, then used positive pressure fans to ventilate a light haze from the dwelling. Units remained ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine to Baltimore County (Parkton) Dwelling Fire

Assistant Chief Bryan Schulz, July 24

The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company was alerted to respond an engine to the scene of working dwelling fire in the 19000 block of Valley Mill Road in Baltimore County. Engine 712 responded and assisted crews on-scene with extinguishing the fire and overhaul of the dwelling. Crews from JVFC were on-scene for approximately 21/2 hours before clearing from the incident. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Tips to Beat the Heat

EMT Ken Sterner, July 14

A heat wave is an extended period of extreme heat, and is often accompanied by high humidity. These conditions can be dangerous and even life-threatening for humans who don't take the proper precautions.

Here are some tips to help you combat the heat.

• Listen to Weather Radio for critical updates from the National Weather Service.
• Never leave children or pets alone in closed vehicles.
• Stay ... (Full Story & Photos)

3 Engines to PA Barn Fire

Assistant Chief Bryan Schulz, July 11

The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company was alerted to respond a total of three engines for a working barn fire in Stewartstown, PA. First arriving units found a large barn with heavy fire showing. Engines from JVFC assisted in multiple aspects from laying supply lines to support water flow to the fire scene to providing manpower to assist with the extinguishment and overhaul of the building. Crews ... (Full Story & Photos)


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