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Engine and Ambulance run I-95 Crash with Entrapment

Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 00:30

September 14, 2014 (2130hrs).  Engine 103 and Ambulance 108 were dispatched to I-95 just under Rt.

Engine and Ambulance on Rt. 197 Entrapment

Sunday, September 14, 2014 - 09:45

At 2143hrs on Friday September 13th, Engine 103 and Ambulance 108 were alerted to Rt. 197 and Contee Rd in company 49’s area for a motor vehicle crash.  While enroute, communications advised that at least 3 people were trapped and on person ejected.

Engine, Ambulance, Medic unit Fly out Pedestrian Struck

Friday, August 29, 2014 - 00:45

While the Truck Company was operating on the 2nd alarm of fire in Anne Arundel County, volunteers from Station 10 placed an ambulance and second engine crew in service. Right after hanging up the red phone with Public Safety Communications, Engine 104, Ambulance 107 and Medic 10 were alerted to Rt. 197 and Contee Road for a pedestrian struck.

Truck Company Removes Downed Firefighter From Anne Arundel Second Alarm

Friday, August 29, 2014 - 00:30
Just after 1800hrs on Thursday, August 28, Truck 10 was alerted to the 3500blk of Fort Meade Road in Anne Arundel County for the reported apartment fire. Truck 10, Chief 10, Chief 10A responded with a total of eight volunteers. Truck 10 arrived on scene as second truck and was assigned rapid intervention duties, Chief 10 assisted at the command post, and Chief 10A operated on division 4.

Truck Co. 10 First In On Route 1 Building Fire

Thursday, August 7, 2014 - 23:15

Just before 1am on Wednesday, August 6, Public Safety Communications struck out the box alarm for Route 1 and Main Street for the reported house on fire. Truck 10, Chief 10, and Chief 10A responded on the call with a total of seven volunteers. While en-route, communications advised that they were receiving numerous addresses on the call.

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