Anne Arundel Alarmers

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JANUARY  //  FEBRUARY  2021

1-1    1930 Hrs    Box 26-2    Working Fire Dispatch    (C Shift)                   ReHab-2 and CW-1 responded Friday night for a building fire at 470 Glen Mar Rd, in the Glen Mar apartments. This was the first working fire of the new year, and the first run of the year for the Alarmers. First due E-26 reported heavy fire from a ground floor apartment with fire extending to the 2nd and 3rd floor apartments. Several residents had already jumped from 2nd floor units, and multiple rescues were made by firefighters over ground ladders. 

(top) The Alarmers worked with EMS-1 and PM-33 in the rehab area, and we were on scene for over 2 hours. We were able to set up tents to protect the guys in rehab.  The Alarmers served 3 pots of coffee and a case of gatorade.

(bottom) How it looked as first companies arrived, and later during overhaul.  (71 firefighters on scene)


1-3     1733 Hrs     Box 5-1        Working Fire Dispatch        (A Shift)            ReHab-2 and CW-1 responded Sunday evening for a dwelling fire at 2078 Pawlet Dr, in Crofton Mewes. First due E-5 reported a three story middle of the group townhouse with residents reporting a chimney fire. As companies opened up, they found a fire in a framed out chimney chase, extending to the attic. The Alarmers worked with Medic 28 in the rehab area for over an hour, and served a case of gatorade, some water and snacks.  

T-26 and T-28 with ladders up. (47 firefighters on scene)


1-6    1430 Hrs    Box 35-22    Working Fire Dispatch    (4th Platoon)                    CW-1 responded Wednesday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 1395 Tyler Ave in Annapolis.  First due E-35 reported heavy fire from 2nd floor of a 2 story middle of group townhouse, extending to the attic and to exposures.  The Alarmers worked with Medic 48 in the rehab area, and were on scene for over an hour.   We served a case of water and a case of gatorade.  (48 firefighters on scene)

1-19    1233 Hrs    Box 5-31     Special Call       (A Shift)                          CW-1 responded early Tuesday afternoon to assist companies with a gas leak.  Construction contractor struck a gas main near the intersection of April Dawn Way and Maytime Drive in Four Seasons.  Several houses in the area had to be evacuated because of high levels of gas.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 2 pots of coffee, 4 cans of tomato soup, 40 grilled cheese sandwiches, 16 hot dogs, a case of gatorade, and some water.  (35 firefighters on scene)


1-25    0415 Hrs    Box 20-5    Working Fire Dispatch      (C Shift)              CW-1 and ReHab-2 responded early Monday morning to a dwelling fire on Betty Lane in Ventor.  First due E-20 reported a large one story dwelling with heavy fire in an attached garage, extending to the house.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 1/2 hours, and served 16 egg&sausage sandwiched, 2 pots of coffee, some snacks, a case of water, and a caase of gatorade.  (56 firefighters on scene)


2-1    0915 Hrs    Box 21-3       Working Fire Dispatch.    (B Shift)             CW-1 responded Monday morning, for a dwelling fire at 1502 Beaver Dam Ct in Ridge Forest. First arriving A-219 reported a large two story single family dwelling, with heavy fire from an attached garage. Fire was extending to the second floor and attic, and siding on an adjacent exposure was severely threatened. A car parked in the driveway was involved. A resident of the house was transported to the Burn Center for minor injuries. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and were able to serve a pot of coffee to crews, after a 3" snowfall. (34 firefighters on scene)


2-4    2031 Hrs    Box 33-10    Working Fire Dispatch    (A Shift)                    ReHab-2 and CW-1 responded Thursday evening for a dwelling fire at 1302 Tarrant Rd in Haurnbdale.  First due E-33 reported Smoke showing, as companies opened up they found a working kitchen fire.  The Alarmers were on scene for about  1 1/2  hours, and served some water and gatorade, and some snacks.  (44 firefighters on scene)


2-15    2032 Hrs    Box 8-7      Working Fire Dispatch      (D Shift)                   ReHab-2  and CW-1 responded Monday evening for a dwelling fire at 121 Lee Street in Hillsmere Estates.  First arriving Logistics-35 reported a one story single family dwelling with heavy fire showing.  The house was vacant, but undergoing renovation.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a pot of coffee, a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.  (62 firefighters)


2-18   0300 Hrs    Box 27-1    Working Fire Dispatch        (C Shift)                  CW-1 responded early Thursday morning for a fire in a tractor-trailer parked at the loading dock, at Clean Harbors, on Whiskey Bottom Rd, Maryland City.  One tractor-trailer was destroyed, and a second one was damaged.  The County Haz-Mat units also responded, to identify the products involved.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 5 pots of coffee, 36 egg&sausage sandwiches, and some water and gatorade  (55 firefighters on scene)


2-25    2346 Hrs     Box 18-6     Working Fire Dispatch     (B Shift)                    ReHab-2 and CW-1 responded late Thursday night for a building fire at 7849 Crilley Rd in the Pinewood Village senior citizens complex. Fire Alarm received multiple 911 calls reporting a kitchen fire in a first-floor apartment. Other callers from second-floor apartments advised they were unable to evacuate due to smoke conditions. First arriving firefighters found a two-story apartment building with smoke showing from the rear, and multiple occupants in need of rescue at the windows. Firefighters simultaneously attacked the fire in the first-floor apartment while rescuing eight occupants over ground ladders from second-floor windows. Most of the fire in the kitchen area of the apartment was extinguished within 15 minutes. Paramedics transported five of the rescued occupants to area hospitals with injuries that were not considered life-threatening. The Alarmers were on scene for just over an hour, and served a case of gatorade, a case of water, and some snacks.         (38 firefighters on scene)



MARCH  //  APRIL  2021


3-1    1830 Hrs     Box 28-3     2nd Alarm     (B Shift)                                   CW-1 and ReHab-2 responded Monday evening for a building fire at the Motel 6 at 1630 Annapolis Rd in Odenton.  Just before 18:00 hrs, Fire Alarm began receiving 911calls reporting smoke from the roof of the vacant pool building. The pool had been closed and empty, and the area now used for storage.   First arriving E-28 reported smoke showing and started an interior attack.   Soon after, T-45 crew went to the roof to ventilate, and the roof collapsed, sending a firefighter into the pool area. A Marday was called, and he was quickly located and removed from the building. The empty pool was used as a storage area, he received minor injuries. The Alarmers were on scene for almost 2 hours, and served a case of gatorade, a case of water, and some snacks. (52 Firefighters)


3-2    1258 Hrs    Box 34-3      Working Fire Dispatch     (C Shift)                  ReHab-2 and CW-1 responded Tuesday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 300 Ferndale Road in Ferndale, just a block from our quarters.  First arriving E-31 reported heavy smoke from a 1 1/2 story single family house, crews found heavy fire on the first floor on entry.  The Alarmers were on scene for about an hour, and served some water & gatorade, and some snacks.  (38 Firefighters)

3-7    1345 Hrs    Box 17-4     Working Fire Dispatch       (D Shift)          ReHab-2 and CW-2 responded Sunday afternoon to a building fire at 160 Joyce Lane W in Arnold.  First due E-17 reported a barn type structure fully involved extending to two other out buildings.  Companies had to establish about a 3000 ft relay from B&A Blvd for water supply. The Alarmers were on scene for  3 hours, and served 2 pots of coffee, 32 hot dogs, 2 cases of water, a case of gatoade, and some snacks.    (50 Firefighters)


3-10    1402 Hrs    Box 28-3     Working Fire Dispatch       (C Shift)          ReHab-2 and CW-2 responded Wednesday afternoon to a building fire on Downey Rd in Odenton.  First due E-28 reported a detached garage fully involved threatening a nearby house.  Companies had to establish about a 2000 ft relay from Jacobs Rd for water supply. The Alarmers were on scene for over an  hour, and served  a case of water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.            (52 Firefighters)


3-13    0602 Hrs    Box 40-31    Working Fire Dispatch      (B Shift)     cancelled before response


3-7     1700 Hrs     Box 33-2      Working Fire Dispatch      (B Shift)              CW-2 responded Saturday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 919 Jay Court in Glen Burnie. First due E-33 reported a 1 1/2 story split foyer with heavy fire from  the rear of the house, with nearby exposure severely threatened.  BC-1 requested the working fire dispatch while still enroute.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 2 hours, and served a case of water, and 2 cases of gatorade.   (40 Firefighters)


3-16    1228 Hrs    Box 2-1     Working Fire Dispatch       (A Shift)                 ReHab-1 and CW-2 responded Tuesday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 1505 Mayfield Rd in Woodland Beach.  First due E-2 reported smoke showing from an attached garage.  The Alarmers were on scene for an 1 1/2 Hrs, and served some snacks, and some water & gatorade.  (32 Firefighters)


3-18    1530 Hrs    Box 13-5    Working Fire Dispatch    (C Shift)                     CW-2 and ReHab-1 Responded Thursday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 227 Arundel Rd in Riviera Beach.  First due E-13 reported heavy smoke pushing from the front of a 1 1/2 story single family dwelling.  As companies opened up, they found the fire had already extended to the attic.  The Alarmers worked with PM-18 in the rehab area, and were on scene for 2 hours.   We served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks      (41 Firefighters)


3-22    1332 Hrs    Box 12-42    Working Fire Dispatch       (C Shift)                   ReHab-1 responded early Monday afternoon for a fire in multiple vacant sheds on the B&A Trail, in the rear of Jumpers Junction Shopping Center.    First arriving E-18 reported 2 abandoned campers and 2 vacant sheds fully involved.  The Alarmers were placed available on arrival, but managed to serve a few bottles of water.    (35 Firefighters)

3-24    1737 Hrs    Box 4-39     Working Fire Dispatch      (A Shift)      ReHab-2 and CW-2 responded late Wednesday afternoon for a townhouse fire at 8205 Autumn Lake Ct in Pioneer City.  First due E-4 reported heavy smoke pushing from the rear a middle of the group townhouse, and extension to exposures on both sides, and the attic as well.   The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a pot of coffee, a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.   A light rain was falling and we deployed a tent in the rehab area. (34 Firefighters)

4-7    2115 Hrs    13-3    Mutual Aid to Baltimore County at Johnnycake Rd and Ingleside Ave.  ReHab-2 responded to assist Box 234  and   Baltimore County Police on a barricade situation.  The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served a case of water, provided our toilet tent.


4-20    2000Hrs    Box 23-18    Working Fire Dispatch    (D Shift)                       ReHab-1 responded late Tuesday evening for a dwelling fire at 307 River Rd in Capri Estates.  First arriving FM-32 reported heavy fire from the rear         of a large 2 story single family house.  On arrival, BC-2 the Shift Commander, requested the Working Fire Dispatch.    The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case  water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks. 

 (40 Firefighters)


4-22    2300 Hrs     Box 42-4      Working Fire Dispatch     (B Shift)                     ReHab-1 was cancelled approaching Riva Rd on this dwelling fire in Deale.  This was the beginning of a busy 24 hours for the Alarmers.


4-23     0942 Hrs     Box 18-9     Working Fire Dispatch     (C Shift)                     ReHab-2 responded Friday morning for a dwelling fire at 905 Palm Tree Circle in Suburbia.  First arriving E-18 reported a 2 story split foyer with fire showing from the rear of the house, and smoke pushing from the attic.  Companies made a quick knock on a kitchen fire, the Alarmers were on scene for an hour, and served a case of water and a case of gaorade.   (35 Firefighters)


4-23    1250 Hrs    Box 36-2      2nd Alarm       (3rd Platoon)                                ReHab-2 responded early Friday afternoon for a building fire at 710 Americana Drive in Eastport.  First arriving E-36 reported a basement fire, and people trapped on balconies in the rear of the building.  A Working Fire Dispatch was requested and quickly followed by the 2nd alarm.  Companies found a gas-fed fire in the basement,  from a 2"gas pipe.  The fire was quickly contained, and people on the balconies were safely led out of the building, by 2nd alarm companies, as the upper floors were searched.  Several residents were evaluated by medic units on the scene.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served some water and some snacks.  (45 Firefighters)


MAY  //  JUNE  2021




5-2    1457 Hrs    Box 8-7    Working Fire Dispatch  (4th Platoon /D Shift)      ReHab-2 responded  Sunday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 106 Pinecrest Dr in Hillsmere.  First arriving E-40 reported heavy fire from the rear of the house.  No one was home at the time of the fire.  Working Fire dispatch was requested for water supply and additional manpower because of the heat.  The Alarmers worked with Medic 2 in the rehab area, and were on scene for 2 hours, and served 2 cases of gatorade, a case of water, and some snacks.    (36 Firefighters)


5-7    1730 Hrs    Box 5-5     Working Fire Dispatch    (A Shift)              ReHab-1 and CW-2 responded flate Friday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 1266 Dorothy Road in  Baldwin Hills South.  First due E-5 reported nothing evident from a large 2 story dwelling.   As companies open up, they found fire in a concealed space behind the fire place.  ReHab-1 arrived on scene but was cancelled soon after.  CW-2 was cancelled enroute.    (39 Firefighters)




















JULY  //  AUGUST  2020


7-3      0918 Hrs      Box 34-15      Working Fire Dispatch ReHab-1 responded Friday morning for a dwelling fire at 1226 Kimberly Lane in Rippling Ridge.  First due E-34 reported heavy smoke from a 2 story split foyer.  Companies found an out-of-service hydrant that slowed initial operations.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 2 cases of water and 2 cases of gatorade. 
7-5    1741 Hrs     Box 20-21     Special Call                                 ReHab-2 and CW-1 responded Sunday afternoon to a building collapse on Dunn Rd in Lake Shore.  A severe thunderstorm was moving into the area, and people at a birthday party moved into a large detached garage to avoid the storm.  High winds toppled a huge tree into the garage, trapping about 20 people in the garage.  This was the very first run for our new truck, ReHab-2.  The Alarmers were on scene for over 3 hours, and served some snacks, 4 cases of gatorade, and 4 cases of water, and provided cooling towels and misting fan in the rehab area. 
Firefighters worked the area of the garage collapse for about 45 minutes to rescue the injured and trapped people from the wreckage.  Alarmers members worked with ReHab-2 and EMS-2 in the ReHab area.  

7-6     1715 Hrs     Box 6-9     Working Fire Dispatch                       ReHab-2 responded Moinday evening for a dwelling fire at 1367 Morgans Ridge Lane in Cranberry Woods. First due E-6 light smoke from a large 2 story house. As companies opened up they found a fire in concealed spaces in the attic. There was a thunderstorm in the area that hampered initial attack. The Alarmers were on scene for about an hour, and served a case of water and a case of gatorade. 

 7-7    0845 Hrs    Box 29-4    Working Fire                                      ReHab-2 responded Tuesday morning to a dwelling fire at 1842 Statemans Ct in Provinces. First arriving E-21 reported a 2 story townhouse with fire showing in the rear. The Alarmers were on scene for over an hour, and served a case of water, and a case of gatorade.

7-10    0447 Hrs    Box 13-3    Working Fire Dispatch                       ReHab-1 responded early Friday morning for a building fire at 27 Bar Harbor Rd in Rivera Beach.   First due E-13 reported a detached loft garage with heavy fire through the roof on arrival.  The Alarmers were on scene for over 2 hours, and served 3 cases of gatorade,  a case of water, and some snacks.

7-18    1500 Hrs    PG Box 48-12     Working Fire Dispatch              CW-1 and ReHab-1 responded Saturday afternoon mutual aid into Prince George County for a commercial building fire at the ALSCO Company at 4900 Philadelphia Way.  The Alarmers were placed in service on arrival there.  This was the third day of this July Heatwave.

7-20    1835 Hrs    Box 10-5      Working Fire     ReHab-2 responded Monday evening for a dwelling fire at 609 Riverside Dr in Chelsea Beach.  First due E-10 reported heavy fire in the rear, extending to the 2nd floor and attic.  Heat index today was over 100 degrees.  The Alarmers were on scene for almost two hours, and served 2 cases of water and 2 cases of gatorade.  We worked with Medic 12 to provide benches and cooling towels to crews in the rehab area.

7-21    1325 Hrs    Box 40-60    Special Call                                    ReHab-1 responded Tuesday afternoon to assist units with a tree on fire, on a small barrier island,  in Brewer Pond, in the mouth of Round Bay.  Tree may have been struck by lightening during last night's thunderstorms.   Access to the island was by Boat-23 only, due to shallow water.  The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served 3 cases of gatorade, 2 cases of water, and some snacks.  We also provided cooling towels and benches.


7-30    1604 Hrs    Box 30-5    Working Fire                        ReHab-1 responded Thursday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 764  204th in Green Haven.   First due E-30 reported smoke showing from the rear, as companies moved in companies in the rear reported fire showing.  The Alarmers were on scene for almost 2 hours, and served a case of water and a case of gatorade.  We were also able to provide benches and cooling towels.  The Alarmers worked with Medic 12 in the reHab area.

8-7    0152 Hrs    Box 36-3     Working Fire Dispatch                       ReHab-2 responded early Friday morning for a dwelling fire at 825 Janice Dr in Eastport.  First due E-36 reported fire showing from sides A and B from a one story rancher  that was reported vacant.   The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water, a cases of gatorade, and some snacks.


8-8    0136 Hrs    Box 18-1    Special Call                                        ReHab-1 and CW-2 responded early Saturday morning for a dwelling fire at 201 Scott Ave in Marley.  First due E-18 reported heavy smoke from the rear, and a basement fire in a single story rancher.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water and a case of gatorade.


8-19    1400 Hrs    Box 26-26    Working Fire Dispatch                           ReHab-2 responded Wednesday afternoon for this building fire at 406 Headquarters Dr in Millersville.  First due T-26 reported light smoke on the upper level of a mixed use office building.  As companies opened up, they found a working fire in a storage room.  The assignment required 3 engines above the working fire dispatch.  The Alarmers were on scene for almost 2 hours, and served a case of gatorade and a case of water.


8-21    0830 Hrs    Queen Anne Box 1-81     Special Call                      ReHab-1 responded Friday morning Mutual Aid to assist Queen Anne County Sheriff's Deputies, Toll Facilities Police, and Anne Arundel County Special Operations units  for an incident on the west bound span of the Bay Bridge.  The Alarmers were on scene for about an hour, and provided some coffee and doughnuts, snacks, 2 cases of gatorade, and a case of water. 


8-27    2008 Hrs    Box 34-1    Special Call                                            ReHab-1 responded Thursday evening for a dwelling fire at 98 Packard Ave in Ferndale.  First arriving Battalion Chief 1 reported smoke showing from the B side of the dwelling.  Companies found a fire in the a back bedroom, and had to open up above the fire.  This fire was just a couple houses down the street from the  working fire from 6-24 as above.  The Alarmers were on scene for about an hour, and served a case of water and some gatorade.


8-28    1632 Hrs    Box 20-11    Special Call                                            ReHab-1 responded Saturday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 24 Tennessee Ave in Thousand Oaks..  First arriving E-10 reported smoke showing from the B side of the dwelling.  Companies found a fire in a front room, and had to open up above the fire.  The Alarmers were on scene for about an hour, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks. 


SEPTEMBER  //  OCTOBER  2020 


9-25   1050 Hrs   Box 5-31   Working Fire Dispatch                               ReHab-2 and CW-2 responded Thursday morning to a dwelling fire in the 800 block of Generals Hwy in Millersville.  First due E-5 reported a large 2 story house, with heavy fire showing.  A heavy column of smoke was clearly visible from I-97.  E-28 was the engine at the drop tanks, they were supplying about a 3000 ft relay to the fire ground.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 4 hours, and served 40 hot dogs, 3 cases of gatorade, 2 cases of water, and some snacks.


10-3    1230 Hrs    Queen Anne Box 1-81    Special Call                              CW-1 and ReHab-2 responded Saturday afternoon Mutual Aid to assist Queen Anne County Sheriff's Department, Toll Facilities Police, and Anne Arundel County Special Operations units for an incident on the west bound span of the Bay Bridge. A man had climbed to the top of a Bay Bridge suspension tower. Special Operations members went up in an attempt to talk him down. After about 8 hours, the man was placed in a stokes basket and lowered down about 100 feet, to a point where Kent Island Tower 1 crew could reach him, and bring him the rest of the way down to the bridge deck. The top of the suspension tower is about 190 feet above the bridge deck. The Alarmers were on scene for 6 hours, and served 48 hot dogs, some snacks, 2 cases of gatorade, and 2 cases of water.

10-9    1358 Hrs    Box 8-7    2nd Alarm                                       ReHab-2 and CW-1 responded Friday afternoon to this dwelling fire at 610 Forest Hills Dr in Hillsmere Estates.  Fire involved a large 2 story house on a private drive.  Staff  from Quiet Waters Park reported heavy smoke from the roof, but weren't sure of the exact location.  Companies located the driveway, and completed about a 2000 foot relay for water supply.  The Alarmers were on scene for 4 hours, and served 4 cases of gatorade, 6 cases of water, and some snacks.


10-12    1752 Hrs    Box 26-4    Working Fire Dispatch                      ReHab-2 and CW-1 responded Monday evening for a building fie at 8067 Green Orchard Rd.  First arriving BC-1 reported fire showing from a 2nd floor apartment, of  a middle group 4 story garden apt complex.  A light rain was falling at the time, we deployed tents to protect the rehab area.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, a can of soup, and some snacks.

10-24    1237 Hrs    Box 31-2    Working Fire Dispatch                        ReHab-1 and CW-1 responded Saturday afternoon for a building fire at 5808 Ritchie Hwy, in Brooklyn, the former Cycle World building.  This building has been vacant for many years, but homeless people have been in the building in the past.  First due E-31 reported smoke from the front of the building, as companies opened up, they found a basement fire.  The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served 3 cases of water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.


NOVEMBER  //  DECEMBER  202



11-7    1814 Hrs    Box 11-11    Special Call                                ReHab-1 responded Saturday evening to a dwelling fire at 7540 Brightwater Beach Rd in Brightwater Beach.  First due E-11 reported a one story single family dwelling fully involved.  The Alarmers were on scene for about an hour, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks. 


11-7    1930 Hrs    Box 9-10    2nd Alarm                                       ReHab-1 was released from Brightwater Beach to     join CW-1 and responded to a building fire at 5501 Sands Road in Waysons.  First due E-9 reported heavy smoke     from a large 3 1/2 story building that was a former school, on the grounds of the now Miracle Temple Church.  The Alarmers were on scene for over 3 hours, and served 3 cases of water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.  


11-26   1320 Hrs   Box 17-20    Working Fire Dispatch      Thanksgiving Day.  ReHab-1 responded Thursday afternoon for this dwelling fire at 662 Bay Green Drive in Bay Hills.  First arriving Logistics-35 reported heavy fire and asked for the working fire assignment.  Companies were hampered by limited access to the rear of the house, and a long uphill driveway.  The Alarmers were on scene for 1 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.

11-27      1300 Hrs      Box 4-31      Special Call                  CW-2 and ReHab-1 responded Friday afternoon to assist County Police with an evidence search.   County Police, K-9 units, and members of the police academy class were searching a wooded area off of Meade Village Circle.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 56 hot dogs, a case of water, and some snacks..  

12-10    1700 Hrs    Box 12-8    Working Fire Dispatch                        ReHab-1 responded late Thursday afternoon       for a dwelling fire at 331 Thomas Rd in Berrywood.  First arriving Safety-5 reported a 2 story dwelling smoke showing from sides A  and B.  As companies opened up, they found a working fire in the living room, with extension to the 2nd floor, through an exterior wall.  The Alarmers were on scene for just over an hour, and served some water and gatorade.



12-12    2308 Hrs    Box 19-8    Working Fire Dispatch                       ReHab-1 and CW-1 responded late Saturday night for a dwelling fire at 1176 Green Holly Drive in Cape St Claire.  First due E-19 reported a 2 story single family dwelling fully involved and extending to exposures on both sides.  Companies made an exterior attack with master streams to knock down the main body of fire.  ReHab area was set up with PM-17 a coup[le houses down the street.  The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served a case of water and a case of gatorade.  (L) ReHab area in neighboring driveway.  (R) Two ladder pipes up.  That's T-46 closest to the camera, and T-23 in a reserve farther back.


12-27   0031 Hrs   Box 19-7    Working Fire Dispatch                           CW-2 responded early Sunday morning for a dwelling fire at 1415 Sharps Point Rd at Sharps Point.  Fire was reported as a chimney fire, but as companies opened up they found fire in the attic.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and although forced to park over a block away, were able to serve a case of water.