Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company

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2016-2017 Incidents
Fire EMS
Oct 42 91
Nov 44 89
Dec 45 93
Jan 36 81
Feb 45 74
Mar 51 112
Apr 52 102
May 36 89
Jun 36 81
Jul 35 72
Aug 57 95
Sep
Total 479 979

Past Incidents
Fire EMS
2015-2016 463 857
2014-2015 536 930
2013-2014 518 1089
2012-2013 472 1017
2011-2012 373 1019

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MVA Rollover 711 Box

Chief Bryan Schulz, September 04

The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company was alerted for a motor vehicle accident in the area of Bradenbaugh Road and Madonna Road. Units responded and arrived on scene to find a vehicle off the roadway that had rolled over. The single occupant was treated and transported to an area trauma center for further evaluation. Crews were placed back in service shortly thereafter.... (Full Story & Photos)

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1st Annual JVFC Crab Feast Fundraiser

Chief Bryan Schulz, September 04

Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company 1st Annual Crab Feast

Held at Jarrettsville Gardens
3825 Federal Hill Rd, Jarrettsville MD 21084

September 16, 2017, 7:00 P.M to 11:00 P.M.
(Doors Open at 6:00 PM)

Italian Sausage with Onions & Peppers
Barbeque Chicken
Hot Dogs & Sauerkraut
Meatballs
Corn on the Cob
Crab Soup
Macaroni Salad
Cole Slaw
Potato Salad
Watermelon
Vegetable Crudité
Cheese ... (Full Story)


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MVA Flyout 715 Box

Chief Bryan Schulz, August 27

The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company was alerted for a motor vehicle accident involving a motor cycle in the 4200 Block of Norrisville Road. Units arrived to find a vehicle vs. motorcycle at location. Due to the injuries of the patient, Maryland State Police Aviation was requested for a Priority 2 Category B patient. Crews assessed, treated and packaged the patient who was then transported by ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Rain and Winds Keep JVFC Busy

Chief Bryan Schulz, August 18

Heavy rains and strong winds kept the Jarrettsville Volunteers extremely busy during the late afternoon hours. JVFC was alerted for multiple responses ranging from wires down, field fires to house fires. Both stations responded and remained attended throughout the duration of the storm.... (Full Story & Photos)

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MVA 708 Box

Chief Bryan Schulz, August 07

The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company was alerted for a motor vehicle accident in the 3800 Block of Jarrettsville Pike during the morning hours. Rescue 751 and I.V. 792 arrived to find a single vehicle vs. telephone pole with one patient at location. Rescue 751's crew assisted 792 with packaging of the patient who was transported to an area hospital for further assessment. Units were placed in ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Auto Fire 703 Box

Chief Bryan Schulz, July 25

The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company was alerted for an auto fire in the area of, West Jarrettsville Road and Rigdon Road. Engine 712 responded and quickly arrived on scene of a working auto fire. Engine 712's crew pulled an 1 3/4" hand line and quickly extinguished the fire. Crews remained on scene for a brief period of time before being placed back in service. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Tips to Beat the Heat

Chief Bryan Schulz, July 22

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)


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Horse Rescue 717 Box

Chief Bryan Schulz, June 10

The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company was alerted for an animal rescue located inside a barn stall. Reports advised a horse had one of its rear legs stuck in between the bars of the stall wall. The crew from Rescue 751 was able to use hydraulic tools to safely remove the bars and free the horse’s leg. The horse was evaluated by an on-scene veterinarian and crews were placed in service shortly thereafter.... (Full Story & Photos)

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