Anne Arundel Alarmers

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JANUARY  //  FEBRUARY  2022


                                1-1-22         A Busy beginning to the New Year

1-1     1113 Hrs     Box 17-12      Working Fire Dispatch      (D Shift)              ReHab-2 responded to the first working fire of the new year, for a dwelling fire at 421 Knotwood Ct in Kimberly Woods. First arriving FM-35 reported heavy smoke showing from the front of a 2 story middle of the group townhouse. E-23 reported fire showing from the rear, requested the working fire dispatch. The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks. ReHab-2 worked with PM-17 and EMS-3 in the rehab area. (36 Firefighters)


1-1      1142 Hrs      Box 18-13      Working Fire Dispatch      (D Shift)      CW-2 responded to a dwelling fire at 120 Point Pleasant Rd, in Point Pleasant. First arriving BC-1 reported fire showing from the A-B corner of a split level house. Fire Alarrm was receiving multiple calls, and transmitted the 2nd working fire dispatch of the day. The Alarmers were on scene for about 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatoade, some snacks, and a pot of coffee. The Alarmers worked with PM-12 and EMS-1 in the rehab area. (37 Firefighters)


1-1     1855 Hrs      Box 4-33      Working Fire Dispatch      (D Shift)            ReHab-2 responded to a townhouse fire at 1731 Carriage Ct in Lake Village townhouses. First due E-29 reported fire showing from the rear of a middle of the group townhouse. Companies found a working kitchen fire. The Alarmers were cancelled enroute.


1-2     0035 Hrs     Box 26-9      Working Fire Dispatch      (D Shift)            Just after midnight Fire Alarrm began receiving multiple 911 calls for an apartment fire at 7834 Park West Dr in Park West. First arriving BC-1 reported light smoke in the public stairwell. As companies opened up, they found a small fire in a vacant apartment. The fire was quickly extinguished, and the working fire assignment was cancelled.


1-5     0700 Hrs     Box 9-4      Working Fire Dispatch      (C Shift)          CW-3 responded to a dwelling fire at 341 Polling House Rd in Windsor Farm. First due E-9 reported heavy fire through the roof of a large 1 story single family house. The Alarmers wre on scene for 2 hours, and served some water and some snacks. (37 Firefighters)

1-5     1930 Hrs     Box 35-29      Working Fire Dispatch     (4th Platoon)                   Just after clearing a box in the Eastport section of Annapolis, Quint 46, Rescue Engine 47 and Battalion Chief 46 responded to Bunche St. for a reported house on fire, with multiple calls and police on scene reporting fire showing   Fire Alarm sounded the working fire dispatch bringing additional units to the scene.  First due E-40 was already at work pulling hand lines to the 2nd floor. Quint 46 arrived as second due truck, positioning close to side charlie   Rescue Engine 47 assisted the crews on side charlie of the structure before being reassigned to the interior. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 4 pots of coffee, a case of water, a case of gatorade, some snacks, and 30 cups of hot chocolate.                        (42 Firefighters)

1-8      2010 Hrs      Box 41-3      Working Fire Dispatch      (C Shift)              ReHab-2 responded Saturday evening for a dwelling fire at 4100 Snug Harbor Rd in Shady Side. First due E-41 reported a 2 story single family dwelling, with fire showing first floor windows. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks. The Alarmers worked with M-2 and EMS-3 in rehab                   (39 Firefighters)


1-16      1507 Hrs      Box 9-16      Working Fire Dispatch      (C Shift)               ReHab-2 were alerted Sunday afternoon for a trailer fire at 176 Jaguar Ct in Lyons Creek. It was snowing heavily, and the Alarmers were cancelled before response.


1-18    1420 Hrs        Box 3-1       Working Fire Dispatc        (A Shift)               ReHab-2 responded Tuesday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 3092 Sussex Place, right behind station 3. Fire Alarm was receiving multiple 911 calls, reporting fire through the roof. Companies assisted 3 occupants from the house on arrival. The Alarmers were on scene for about 2 hours, and served a case of water a case of gatorade, and some snacks.                (30 Firefighters)

1-19   1256 Hrs        Box 18-1      Working Fire Dispatch      (B Shift)              ReHab-2 responded Thursday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 7 Forest Rd in Marley Park. First due E-18 reported fire showing from the 2nd floor and attic of a 1 ½ story cape cod. The Alarmers were on scene for about an hour, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks. The Alarmers worked with M-12 and EMS-1 in rehab.                       (27 Firefighters)

1-20     1630 Hrs     Box 4-17      Working Fire Dispatch       (C Shift)           ReHab-2 responded Thursday afternoon for at garage fire at 585 Queenstown Rd. First due E-4 reported a 2 story loft garage, with heavy smoke showing from the front doors, and fire extending to the 2nd floor. The alarmers were on scene for 4 hours, and served a case of water and a case of gatoade. Worked with M-4 in rehab             (31 Firefighters)


1-23     1317 Hrs     Box 8-14     Working Fire Dispatch       (1st Plaroon)      The Alarmers were alerted for a dwelling fire at 1334 Walnut Ave in Arundel on the Bay.  First due E-8 reported smoke showing from the front door, from a kitchen fire.  The fire was quickly contained, and the Alarmers were cancelled.


1-26     0215 Hrs     Box 19-20     2nd Alarm      (D Shift)                Shortly after 0133 hrs Fire Alarm began receiving multiple 911 calls for a dwelling fire at 1639 Elkwood Ct, in Elkwood Estates. First due E-19 reported a middle of the group townhose, fully involved, with fire extending to the both the B and D esposures. Fire Alarm transmitted the working fire dispatch while units were still enroute. BC-35 requested the 2nd alarm after reports of heavy fire in the rear. The Alarmers responded with CW-2, and were on scene for just over 2 hours, and served 2 pots of coffee, 35 hot chocolates, 2 cases of water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.                 (55 Firefighters)

Above is a rare aerial view of the fire taken by Mike Hugg Media.


1-27     1256 Hrs     Box 4-33      Working Fire Dispatch            (B Shift)        ReHab-2 responded Thursday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 1711 Village Square Ct in Lake Village Townhouses. First due E-29 reported smoke from the 2nd floor and roof of a middle of the group townhouse.  A bedroom fire on the 2nd floor was quiclkly controlled, ReHab-2 was cancelled enroute.


1-30     0336 Hrs     Box 11-13     2nd Alarm      (D Shift)            ReHab-2 responded early Sunday morning for a dwelling fire at 846 Nabbs Creek Rd In Altoona Beach. First due E-11 reported a 1 1/2 story single family dwelling with heavy fire showing. Initial call to Fire Alarm reported an occupant trapped. The Alarmers were on scene for over 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks. ReHab-2 worked with EMS-2 and M-13 in the rehab area.                    (53 Firefighters)

2-5     1158 Hrs     Box 21-13     Working Fire Dispatch       (C Shift)          The Alarmers were alerted for a building fire at 7401 Ridge Rd, in the Baltimore Commons Business Park.  Fire Alarm was receiving multiple calls for a building fire, and transmitted the working fire while units were still enroute.  First due E-21 reported several trucks and tractor trailers fully involved.  The fire was contained to the trucks and did not extend to the building.  The Alarmers were cancelled before response.

2-6     1246 Hrs     Box 32-6     Working Fire Dispatch     (D Shift)                         CW-2 responded Sunday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 6204 Medora Rd in Linthicum.  First due E-31 reported smoke showing from the roof of a 1 1/2 story single family house.  An elderly woman inside didn't even know there was a fire, a passerby walking his dog called 911.  Companies found a fire in the attic and quickly extinguished it.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 1 1/2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.      (35 Firefighters)


2-7     0051 Hrs     Box 35-22     Working Fire Dispatch     (4th Platoon)               The Alarmers were alerted for a dwelling fire at 1 Muir Woods Ct in Annapolis.  First due E-35 reported fire showing from a 2nd floor balcony, and fire extending into the attic.  Companies quickly contained the fire, and CW-2 was cancelled enroute.



2-7     1050 Hrs     Box 34-17     Working Fire Dispatch      (A Shift)                      ReHab-2 responded Monday morning for a dwelling fire at 202 Vernon Ave in Glen Burnie. First arriving T-31 reported a 1 1/2  story single family house, with heavy fire throughout the 1st floor. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks. ReHab-2 worked with EMS-1 and M-31 in the rehab area.     (34 Firefighters)

(L) this is what it looked like when T-31 arrived.  (R) Later in the fire


2-12     0550 Hrs     Box 9-3      2nd Alarm     (A Shift)      ReHab-2 responded early Saturday morning for a dwelling fire at 17 Mullen Lane in Bountys View.  First due E-9 reported nothing evident froma large 23 story single family dwelling.  As companies opened up, they found a working fire in the basement extending to the first floor.  E-9 crew asked for the working fire dispatch when they made the basement.  BC-3 requested the 2nd alarm and a tanker taskforce when he arrived.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.   (55 Firefighters)


2-12     1127 Hrs     Box 27-6     Working Fire Dispatch     (B Shift)                  The Alarmers were alerted for a commercial building fire at 8210 Main Street in Annapolis Junction.  Fire Alarm sent the working fire dispatch while units were still enroute.  First due E-27 reported 2 cars and debris on fire in the rear of the building.  Working fire units were cancelled.


                                   2-15    A busy morning for the Alarmers.  We Had 3 runs in 8 hours.


2-15     0135 Hrs     Box 29-2     Working Fire Dispatch     ( D Shift)               ReHab-2 responded early Tuesday morning for a trailer fire in the Holiday Estates Trailer Park off Clark Rd.  First arriving E-21 reported a 40 foot double wide trailer with fire showing from an add-on front porch area, extending to the roof area.  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.    (34 Firefighters)


2-15     0326 Hrs     Box 9-12     Working Fire Dispatch     (D Shift)              ReHab-2 was released from the trailer fire in 29's area above, and placed on a second trailer fire in Maryland Manor Trailer Park, in Waysons.  First due E-9 reported fire in the crawl space beneath the trailer.  Companies quickly controlled the fire, and the Alarmers were cancelled enroute.


2-15     0735 Hrs     Box 26-9     Working Fire Dispatch      (A Shift)             ReHab-2 responded for a fire in a Quadplex apartment building at 568 Glen Ct in Park West.  First due E-26 reported heavy smoke from the roof and eves.  Companies found a working kitchen fire on the 2nd floor.   One Firefighter was transported to a local hospital for a minor injury.  The Alarmers were on scene for a 1 1/2 hrs, and served some coffee, a case of water, and a case of gatorade.  

(37 Firefighters)

(L)Companies on scene operate on Glen Ct   (R) that's T-26 to the left, and Quint-43 to the right working on the roof


2-19     2244 Hrs     Box 32-18     Working Fire Dispatch     ((A Shift)            ReHab-2 responded late Saturday night for a dwelling fire at 320 Cheddington Rd in Crestwood.  First due E-32 reported fire showing from the rear of a 1 story single family house, extending to the roof and attic area.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 2 hours, and served  about a 1/2 case of water and gatorade.  We worked with EMS-1 and Medic-32 in the rehab area.                   .  (37 Firefighters)


2-20     1310 Hrs     Box 10-23     Working Fire Dispatch     (B Shift)              The Alarmers were alerted for a dwelling fire at  1585 Colony Rd in Colonial beach.    Fire Alarm sent the working fire dispatch while units were still enroute.  First due E-10 reported fire showing from the rear of the building.  Working fire units were cancelled.


2-22     2205 Hrs     Box 7-9     Techinal Rescue       (D Shift)                          CW-2 responded late Tuesday night for a reported tree into a house at 1521 Farlow Ave in Crofton.  A light rain was falling, and a sudden gust of wind toppled a tree onto a house.  The Alarmers were on scene for about a 1 1/2 hours, and served 2 pots of coffee, some water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.  Heavy reacue companies were held on scene for an extended rescue effort.    CW-2 was released from this call to respond to a working fire in Box area 18-9                           (22 Firefighters)

(L) Tree into a house with significant damage      (R) CW-2 on scene with a tent deployed


2-22     2355 Hrs     Box 18-9     Working Fire Dispatch     (D Shift)                   CW-2 was released from Farlow Ave, and ReHab-2 responded from quarters, for a dwelling fire at 904 Palm Tree Circle In Point Pleasant.  First due E-18 reported heavy fire through the roof of a 2 story split level house.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 2 hours, and served a case of water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.                    (29 Firefighters)  


2-25     1330 Hrs     Box 20-12     Working Fire Dispatch     (C Shift)                 ReHab-2 responded Friday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 441Edgewater Rd in North Shore.  Neighbors reported fire through the roof of a large 3 story house.  As companies opened up, they found all the fire was exterior on the roof, from a chimney fire.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.              (37 Firefighters)


2-17     1131 Hrs     Box 18-13     Working Fire Dispatch         (A Shift)                 ReHab-2 responded Sunday morning for a dwelling fire at 201 Sunset Dr in Twin Cove.  First arriving BC-1 reported a 2 story Cape Cod house fully involved.  A light SW wind fanned the flames on a mild winter day.  The Alarmers were on scene for almost 3 hours, and served a case of gatorade, 2 cases of water, and some snacks.    (29 Firefighters)

(L) This is what it looked like when BC-1 arrived.  (R) ReHab-2 working with EMS-1 and Medic-11 in rehab the area.


MARCH  //  APRIL    2022



3-6     1925 Hrs     Box 30-13     Working Fire Dispatch             (D Shift)                 The Alarmers were alerted for a dwelling fire at  607 Eliot Rd in Barrington Manor.  First due E-10 reported smoke showing from a 2nd floor.  Companies quickly contained the fire, and the Alarmers were cancelled before response.  


3-7     1050 Hrs     Box 11-2      Special Call         (A Shift)                ReHab-2   and   CW-3 responded Monday morning for a large brush fire along an abandoned rail siding, behind the Brandon Shores Power Plant.  It was an unseasonably warm day, and very windy.  The fire involved piles of trees and old railroad ties, and grass and brush along the old right-of-way.  The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served 2 cases of water, 3 cases of gatorade, and a case of snacks                  (30 Firefighters)


3-14     1508 Hrs     Box 3-27     Special Call        (D Shift)             ReHab-2 responded Monday afternoon for a large brush fire in the area of Central Ave W   and   Riva Rd,  in Davidsonville.   The fire was turned over to State Forestry, and the Alarmers were cancelled enroute.


3-16     2127 Hrs     Box 28-3     Special Call        (B Shift)               ReHab-2 responded late Wednesday night for a 3rd Alarm Equiv  large brush, deep in the woods, in the area of Towne Center Blvd and Jacobs Rd.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 2 cases of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.               (38 Firefighters)


3-18     0105 Hrs     Box 34-7     Working Fire Dispatch      (C Shift)                ReHab-2 responded early Friday morning for a dwelling fire at 9 Greenwood Ave in Ferndale.  First arriving E-31 reported heavy smoke from the 2nd floor of a single family cape cod style house.  On arrival, E-31 found one injured occupant in the front yard, telling them another occupant was trapped on the 2nd floor.  E-31 crew removed that occupant over a ground ladder with help from T-31 from the inside.  The A;larmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 2 cases of water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.  Alarmers crew worked with M-31, M-18, and EMS-1 in the rehab area.    (42 Firefighters)


3-20     1610 Hrs     Box 17-11     Working Fire Dispatch      (B Shift)       Shortly after 4:00 pm, Fire Alarm began receiving multiple 911 calls, reporting a dwelling fire 1824 B&A Blvd in St Margarets.  Because of the multiple call, Fire alarm transmitted the working fire dispatch while units were still enroute.  Companies arriving on locations found a small fire on the rear deck, and cancelled the working fire units. 

 

3-20     1626 Hrs     Box 5-43     Special Call      (B Shift)      ReHab-2 responded Sunday afternoon for a brush fire  at Bragers Rd & Patuxent Rd in River Park.  ReHab-2 was requested for a  wind driven fire in deep woods burning in the flood plaine area, near the Little Patuxent river.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served some snacks, some water, and a case of gatorade.           (20 Firefighter)


3-29     1730 Hrs     Box 2-1     Working Fire Dispatch      (C Shift)               ReHab-2 responded Tuesday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 2113 Shore Drive in Edgewater.  First arriving E-2 reported fire showing from the rear of a 1 story single family house, and a propane tank venting.  The fire severely exposed a nearby garage.  Engine 2 quickly called for the working fire dispatch and a tanker task force.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.             (52 Firefighters)


4-2     1325 Hrs     Box 10-8     Working Fire Dispatch       (C Shift)               ReHab-2 responded Saturday afternoon for a garage fire at 7909 Royal Mint Place in Chestefield West.  First arriving E-20 reported heavy smoke from a detached garage, but as companies opened up, they found a small fire, and working fire units were cancelled.    


4-3     1550 Hrs      Box 9-12     Working Fire Dispatch      (D Shift)                ReHab-2 responded Sunday afternoon for a  trailer fire at 1505 Flanders Lane Maryland Trailer Park.  First due E-9 reported a  double wide trailer 50% involved and requested a tanker task force and working fire dispatch.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 2 hours, and served 2 cases of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.           (35 Firefighters)


4-5     2045 Hrs     Box 33-6     Working Fire Dispatch         (B Shift)                Shortly after 8:30 pm, Fire Alarm began receiving multiple 911 calls, reporting heavy smoke in the public stairwell at 91 Mary Lane, in the Oak Ridge Manor Apartments.  Because of the multiple call, Fire alarm transmitted the working fire dispatch while units were still enroute.  Companies arriving on locations found a small fire in the laundry room, and cancelled the working fire units.


4-11     1825 Hrs     Box 4-14     Working Fire Dispatch           (D Shift)              The Alarmers were alerted for a dwelling fire at 8289 Portsmouth Dr in Wedgewood Forest. . As we were preparing ReHab-2 to respond to that fire, we were redirected to another dwelling fire in 1s' area

4-11     1845 Hrs     Box 1-7     Working Fire Dispatch           (D Shift)               ReHab-2 responded to a dwelling fire at 4063 Muddy Creek Rd in Harwood. First due E-1 reported a 1 ½ story single family dwelling with heavy fire in an attached garage, extending to the attic. The Alarmers were on scene for about 1 ½ hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks. 

Then Alarmers worked with EMS-3 and M-9 in the rehab area.                (34 Firefighters)


4-16     1240 Hrs     Box 18-1     Working fire Dispatch        (A Shift)                     ReHab-2 responded Saturday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 105 Queen Anne Rd in Marley.  First due E-18 reported smoke showing from a 1 story single family house.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 1/2 hour, and served some snacks.            (31 Firefighters)


4-24     2002 Hrs     Box 31-26     Working Fire Dispatch    (A Shift)                      On Sunday evening the Alarmers were alerted for a building fire at 6713 Ritchie Hwy in the Glen Burnie Mall, at Pappa's Restaurant & Sports Bar.  As companies opened up, they found a small fire in an interior wall, and working fire units were cancelled.


4-26     1226 Hrs     Box 4043     Working Fire Dispatch      (C Shift)                    ReHab-2 responded Tuesday for a dwelling fire at 2632 Compass Drive in Heritage Harbor.  When Fire Alarm dispatched the call, they advised an elderly occupant trapped.   First due E-40 reported smoke showing from the front door and confirmed occupant trapped.  Crew from T-40 removed the occupant to EMS and she was flown to Bay View Burn Center.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, ans served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.     (29 Firefighters)




4-28     1006 Hrs     Box 27-1     2nd Alarm         (A Shift)                    ReHab-2 responded Thursday morning for a building fire, in Maryland City, at 3565 Laurel Fort Meade Rd, at the Horizon Square Apartments.  First due E-27 reported a working fire in a 3rd floor apartment, and requested the working fire dispatch.  Crews sent to the floor above, found the fire had extended to the 4th and 5th floor apartments, and BC-4 requested the 2nd Alarm.  The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served 2 cases of water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.         (62 Firefighters)
Ft Meade T-45 to the left, and Howard County T-6 to the right



MAY  //  JUNE 2022

5-2     1450 Hrs     Box 40-84     Special Call     (D Shift)                     CW-2 responded Monday afternoon for a Special Operations Box, a high angle rescue. A dump truck loaded with hot asphalt crashed through a bridge abutment, and landed about 40 feet down, in a shallow stream, at the bottom of a steep ravine. The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served 2 cases of water, 3 cases of gatorade, and snacks.                 (36 Firefighters)

Above top: (L) T-39 uses their ladder to raise and lower tools the crews below. (R) Two 60-ton rotators were brought in to retrieve the dump truck.

Above Lower: The Alarmers worked with EMS-4 and EMS-36 to set up a ReHab area on the bridge.


5-6     0830 Hrs     Box 2-29     Working Fire Dispatch     (A Shift)            The Alarmers were alerted for a boat fire at the end of Calawasse Rd, in the Holiday Hill Marina.  Fire Alarm began receiving multiple 911 calls shortly before 8:25 am, neighbors reported an explosion in the marina.  First due E-2 reported a large column of smoke while still enroute.    Arriving on location, they reported the boat had broken loose and was adrift in White Marsh Creek   Working fire units were cancelled because the boat was out of reach of land units.

(L) E-35 at draft in the marina    (R) Fire Boat 36 getting water on the boat fire


5-8     1232 Hrs     Box 13-1     Working Fire Dispatch       (C Shift)                  ReHab-3 responded Sunday afternoon for dwelling fire at 1884 Annis Squam Harbour in Elizabeth Landing.  First due E-13 reported smoke showing from the rear of a middle of the group townhouse.  As companies opened up, they found fire in an exterior wall, and working firre companies were cancelled.


5-10    1352 Hrs     Box 26-17     Working Fire Dispatch       (A Shift)                  ReHab-3 responded Tuesday afternoon for an apartment fire at 198 Viginia Lane in the Colonial Square Apartments,  First due E-26 reported a 3 story garden apartment complex, with heavy smoke in the public stairwell.  Two occupants from a 2nd floor apartment were assisted out of the building by crew of T-26.  The Alarmers were on scene for over an hour, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.               (30 Firefighters)


5-20     1046 Hrs     Box 8-7     Working Fire Dispatch        (3rd Platoon)           ReHab-2 responded late Friday morning for a dwelling fire at 107 Huse Rd in Hillsmere Estates.  First arriving E-36 reported a single family rancher with fire showing.  The Alarmers were on scene for about an hour, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.         (29 Firefighters)


5-22     2008 Hrs     Box 33-6     Working Fire Dispatch       (A Shift)                  The Alarmers were alerted for a building fire at 1059 Cayer Drive late Sunday night.  First due E-33 reported heavy smoke in the public hall, of a 2 story garden apartment building.  As companies opened up, they found a kitchen fire in a 2nd floor apartment with no extension.  Working fire units cancelled.


5-23     0313 Hrs     Box 30-5     Working Fire Dispatch     (A Shift)               ReHab-2 responded early Monday morning for a dwelling fire at 806 - 207th St in Green Haven.  First due E-30 reported smoke showing from the front of a single family  split foyer, and fire from the rear.  The Alarmers were on scene for an 1 1/2 hrs, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.         



5-24     1600 Hrs    Box 30-5     Working Fire Dispatch     (C Shift)              ReHab-2 responded Tuesday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 672 Duvall Hwy in Green Haven.  First due E-10 reported a single family cape cod dwelling with heavy smoke showing from the 2nd floor and roof.  As crews entered the front of the house, they found hoarding conditions, and heavy fire erupted from the D side of the dwelling.  Fire extended into the knee-wall area, and made overhaul difficult.  The Alarmers were on scene for 4 hours, and served 2 cases of water, 4 cases of gatorade, and some snacks,     (37 Firrefighters_

Above (L) heavy smoke on arrival E-10   Above (R) heavy fire from side D of the dwelling


            BLUE ANGELS WEEKEND


5-23     0700 Hrs      Box 17-17                   Blue Angels Practice Day            Event Standby

ReHab-3 was placed in the staging area in Jonas Green Park just off the Rt 50 bridge.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 8 hours the first day, and served 6 pots of coffee, 3 cases of water, 40 egg&sausage sandwiches, 3 dozen doughnuts, and some snacks.

5-24     0700 Hrs     Box 17-17                  Blue Angels Air Show                     Event Standby

ReHab-3 again at Jonas Green Park  The Alarmers were on scene for about 7 hours, and served 7 pots of coffee, 4 cases of water, 54 egg&sausage sandwiches, 38 hot dogs, a case of chips, 4 dozen doughnuts, and assorted snacks.

5-27     0600 Hrs     Box 38-13                  Naval Academy Graduation           Event Standby

ReHab-3 was at the Naval Academy Stadium of Farragut Ave.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 5 hours, and served 6 pots of coffee, a case of water, 46 egg&sausage sandwiches, 46 hot dogs, a case of chips, 3 dozen doughnuts, and some assorted snacks.  The Alarmes were on scene this weekend for over 20 hours.


5-27     1631 Hrs     Box 11-6     Working Fire Dispatch      (B Shift)              ReHab-2 responded Friday afternoon for a townhouse at 7794 Cox Point Ct in Stoney Beach.  First arriving BC-2 reported heavy smoke from the rear of a 2 story middle of the group townhouse, and requested the working fire dispatch.  The Alarmers were on scene for about an hour, and served a case of water, some gatorade, and some snacks.          (27 Firefighters)


6-3     1700 Hrs     Box 38-24     Working Fire Dispatch      (1st Platoon)          ReHab-2 responded Friday evening for a fire at 237 Prince George St, in the historic district in Annapolis.  Initially dispatched as wires down, E-38 reported a high voltage power line down and arcing to the street.  Severe damage was being done to the asphalt.  As they investigated, they found smoke and alarms in 5 adjacent residences along Prince George St, and called to fill out the 1st alarm.     BC-35 asked for the working fire assignment to help investigate nearby properties.  The Alarmers were on scene for almost 3 hours, and served a case of water and a case of gatorade.           (31 Firefighters)


6-8     1829 Hrs     Box 38-21     2nd Alarm         (2nd Platoon)             ReHab-3 responded Wednesday evening for a building fire at 196 West Street in Annapolis.  First due E-38 reported heavy smoke from the rear of the  Sailor Oyster Bar and fire extending to exposures on both sides.  BC-35 requested 2nd alarm on arrival.  The Alarmers were on scene for over 2 hours, and served 2 cases of water, a3 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.      (52 Firefighters)


6-9     2055 Hrs     Box 19-17     Working Fire Dispatch          (3rd Platoon)              ReHab-2 responded late Thursday evening for a boat fire at the Podickory Point Yacht & Beach Club, at the end of Bay Front Terrace.  First arriving PM-17 reported two 35 foot boasts, at the end of a pier, fully involved, and fire extending to a 3rd boat.  The Alarmers were on scene for over an hour, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.            (27 Firefighters)


6-12     0825 Hrs     Box 3-9     Working Fire Dispatch          (B Shift)                   ReHGab-2 responded Sunday morning for a dwelling fire at 3211 Escapade Circle in Hambleton.  First due E-3 reported a grill on a second floor balcony.  The Alarmers were cancelled enroute.


6-14      0736 Hrs     PG Box 16-1        2nd Alarm                    ReHab-3 responded mutual aid to Prince George County for a building fire at the Larkin Chase Center at 15005 Health Center Drive.in Bowie. An early morning explosion in the kitchen area of a senior living facility sparked a two-alarm fire that forced many to evacuate and others to shelter in place. Fire officials said the blast was reportedly felt miles away. There was extensive damage to the kitchen area. Bricks and building materials were scattered across the ground as emergency crews responded. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 1/2 hours and served 3 pots of coffee, 30 egg&sausage sandwiches, 2 cases of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.


6-17     2120 Hrs     Box 10-5     Working Fire Dispatch            (C Shift)         ReHab- 3 responded to a garage fire at 555  6th St in Magothy Beach.  First due E-10 reported smoke showing, and occupant attempting to extinguish the fire with a garden hose.  T-30 reported heavy smoke in the attic, and a working fire assignment was requested.   The fire was quickly controlled, and the working fire companies were cancelled.


6-18     1627 Hrs     Box 26-4     Working Fire Dispatch            (D Shift)         ReHab-2 responded Saturday afternoon for an apartment fire at 8000 Donna Ct in the Village Square Apartments.  First arriving T-26 reported smoke showing from 2nd and 3rd floors, and from the eves.  As E-26 entered the building, they found heavy smoke in the public stairwell, and  located a working fire in a 2nd floor apartment.   Other companies made several rescues over ground ladders from the 3rd floor rear.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served about a 1/2 case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.              (32 Firefighters)


6-24     0023 Hrs     Box 34-5      Working Fire Dispatch          (A Shift)           ReHab-2 responded early Friday morning for a dwelling fire at 706 Broadview Blvd, in Ferndale.  First arriving E-34 reported a 2 story single family dwelling with smoke showing, with people trapped, and an occupant in the front yard unconscious.  T-26 entered the house to search, and found all occupants were accounted for.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.                 (29 Firefighters)



























SEPTEMBER  2021



9-1    1600 Hrs    Box 35-29    Special Call     (2nd Platoon)                           CW-1 responded Wednesday afternoon to the area of West and Lee Streets in Annapolis for a reported building collapse.  An EF-2  tornado touched down near    Rt 2 south of Rt 214, and was on the ground for 11 miles.  It destroyed the football field stands at South River High School, ripped the roof off of the Vo-Tec Center South, and continued on across the South River, toward the area of West & Lee Streets. On Lee Street and on Parole Street  several houses were damaged by trees falling on the roofs. The McDonalds at West & Lee Street had the roof ripped off.  At a commercial building on Hicks Ave., the rear wall collapsed, causing a large gas leak. The Alarmers were on scene for 4 hours, and served 3 pots of coffee, 104 hot dogs, a case of chips, 3 cases of water, 3 cases of gatorade, and some snacks. The KFC store on West Street donated 4 buckets of chicken, 2 pot pies, a bucket of mashed potatoes & gravy, and a bucket of biscuits for us to serve.   (45 Firefighters)

(top L) as it looked approaching the South River     (top R)  some of the damage at West & Lee Streets                            (bot L)  heavy pounding rain as we arrived on scene    (bot R)  CW-1 near T-42 on West Street


9-6     1705 Hrs     Box 28-12     2nd Alarm      (C Shift)                      ReHab-2 responded late Monday afternoon for a building fire at 8617 – 8627 Willow Leaf Lane.  About 1643 Hrs Fire Alarrm began receiving multiple 911 calls for a building fire on Willow Leaf Lane in the Woodland Walk Townhouses. One caller said he was trapped by heavy smoke and could not get out. As companies were responding, Fire Alarm upgraded the response to a Working Fire Assignment. First due E-28 reported heavy fire in the rear of 8621 Willow Leaf Lane, and heavy smoke pushing from the attic vents in both adjoining exposures. BC-4 took command, and asked Fire Alarm to fill out the 2nd Alarm assignment. The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served 3 cases of water, 3 cases of gatorade, and some snacks (60 Firefighters)

(top)  smoke pours from the roof of row of townhouses 

(botom) the first rehab area as the Alarmers arrived.  later moved  to the end of the block where there was more room.    The Alarmers worked with Medic 21 and EMS-1 in the rehab area. 

 

9-7     0300 Hrs     Box 33-13      Working Fire Dispatch      (D Shift)                   The Alarmers were alerted for a dwelling fire at 1903 Ridgewick Rd in Twin Ridge. As we were preparing ReHab-2 to respond to that fire, we were redirected to another dwelling fire in 33s' area (below)


9-7     0305 Hrs     Box 33-1      Working Fire Dispatch       (D Shift)                     ReHab-2 responded to a dwelling fire at 27 New Jersey Ave NW in Glen Burnie. First due E-32 reported fire showing from the front porch area of a one story single family dwelling.  A female resident was able to self evacuate from the house with her twin 18 month old babies, and call 911. She was treated at the scene by medics, and refused transport. The Alarmers were on scene for about 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.                (42 Firefighters)



9-8     0910 Hrs     Box 18-2     Working Fire Dispatch     (A Shift)        ReHab-2 responded Wednesday morning for an apartment fire at 7847 Americana Circle in Americana-Southdale apartments.  First due E-18 reported a fire in the bathroom ceiling with minor extension to the attic.  The Alarmers stoodby on scene with M-12 and EMS-1 for about a 1/2 hour, then returned to service.    (37 Firefighters)



9-9     0945 Hrs     Box 30-5      Special Call     (B Shift)                       ReHab-2 responded late Thursday morning for an explosion at the Green Haven Wharf at 7720 Outing Ave in Green Haven.    First arriving E-13 reported a barge at the pier had exploded and was destroyed. Fire Alarrm had reports two workers on the barge had been blown off the barge and were in the water. Firefighters searched the area, and found the workers safe on land. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks (25 Firefighters)

(top) smoke still rises from the heavily damaged barge

(bottom) the Alarmers deployed a tent to protect the rehab area, and worked with M-30.  a light but steady rain was falling during the incident


9-9     1555 Hrs     Box 26-4     Working Fire Dispatch      (B Shift)           ReHab-2 responded Thursday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 7923 East Park Dr, in Park West Village.   First due E-26 reported fire showing from the attic of a 2 story duplex, that was quickly controlled.  The Alarmers worked with M-21 and EMS-3, and were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.   (35 Firefighters)


9-11     0850 Hrs     Box 23-15    Working Fire Dispatch      (C Shift)          ReHab-2 responded Saturday morning for a dwelling fire at 27 Boone Trail in Severna Park.  Fire due E-23 reported light smoke from the front door.  As companies made the basement they found a working fire. Two engines and a truck were requested above the working fire dispatch.  The Alarmers were on scene for over 2 hours, and served 2 cases of water, 3 cases of gatorade, and some snacks. 

(44 Firefighters)


9-13     0744 Hrs    Box 26-4     Working Fire Dispatch     (B Shift)            ReHab-2 responded Monday morning for a building fire at 8032 Crainmont Drive, in GlenBurnie.  First due E-26 reported smoke showing from the eves and attic.  Firefighters found a bedroom fire on the 2nd floor extending into the attic.  The Alarmers were on scene for an hour, and served some water and gatorades.  (35 Firefighters)


9-14     0415 Hrs     Box 19-4     Working Fire Dispatch     (B Shift)             ReHab-2 and CW-1 responded early Tuesday morning for a dwelling fire in Cape St Claire. Just before 4 am Fire Alarrm began receiving multiple 911 calls for a dwelling fire at 1089 Poplar Tree Dr. First due E-19 reported a 2 story split foyer fully involved, and began a defensive operation. They called for the working fire dispatch and tanker task force. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks (57 Firefighters)


9-15     2115 Hrs     Box 21-9     Working Fire Dispatch     (D Shift)              ReHab-2 responded Wednesday night for a building fire at 1552 Rutland Way in the Villages of Dorchester.  First due E-21 reported smoke showing from the front door of a 3 story end of group townhouse.  Firefighters were able to remove 2 dogs from the first floor.  The Alarmers were on scene for about an hour, and served a case of water.  (35 Firefighters)


9-16     0810 Hrs     Box 38-21     Working Fire Dispatch    (1st Platoon)       ReHab-2 responded early Thursday morning for a dwelling fire 112 Clay Street in Annapolis. First due E-38 reported fire showing from the front of a 2 story dwelling and requested the Working Fire Dispatch. The Alarmers were on scene for less than an hour, and served some water. (47 Firefighters)


9-23     0151 Hrs     Box 20-11     Working Fire Dispatch     (C Shift)             ReHab-2 responded early Thursday morning for a dwelling fire at 10 Maryland Ave in Lake Shore.     First due E-20 reported heavy smoke pushing from the attic, of a 1 1/2 story single family house with multiple concealed spaces.  The Alarmers were on scene for 1 1/2 hours, and served a case of gatorade, and some water.   (40 Firefighters)



OCTOBER  //  NOVEMBER   2021


10-2     0107 Hrs     Box 21-11      Working Fire Dispatch     (D Shift)        ReHab-2 responded early Saturday morning for a dwelling fire at 7146 Forest Ave in Dorsey.  First due E-21 reported heavy fire from the 2nd floor and roof.  BC-1 asked for the working fire dispatch while still enroute.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water, some gatorade, and some snacks.   ( 42 Firefighters)

10-5     1350 Hrs      Box 8-7         Working Fire Dispatch      (4th Platoon and D Shift)       ReHab-2 responded Tuesday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 113 Edgemere Dr in Annapolis Neck. First due E-8 reported smoke showing from the 2nd floor. The Alarmers were cancelled enroute.


10-15     1130 Hrs     Box 21-2       Special Call        (B Shift)                    CW-2  responded Friday morning for a Haz-Mat incident in the Baltimore Commons Business Park. First arriving E-43 reported a freon leak from a 4000 lb tank at 7477 Candelwood Rd at The Chef's Warehouse. The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served 50 hot dogs, 2 cases of water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snack. (53 Firefighters)


10-31    1045 Hrs     Box 31-3           Working Fire Dispatch        (B Shift)          ReHab-2 responded  Sunday morning for a dwelling fire at 5214 Disney Ave in Brooklyn.  Fire due T-31 reported smoke showing.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water and a case of gatorade.     (33 Firefighters)


11-1     1545 Hrs       Box 23-11        Working Fire Dispatch       (C Shift)            ReHab-2 responded Monday morning for a dwelling fire at 9 Riverview Rd, in Round Bay.  First arriving T-23 reported smoke showing from a large 2 story dwelling.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water and a case of gatorade.  (33 Firefighters)


11-9     1415 Hrs     Box 2-1     Working Fire Dispatch         (C Shift)      ReHab-2 responded Monday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 1724 Shadyside Drive , in Galesville.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water and 2 cases of gatorade.      (34 Firefighters)


11-15    0614 Hrs      Box 13 -10    Working Fire Dispatch         (D Shift)                     ReHab-2 responded Wednesday morning for a dwelling fire at 7677 Cear Drive in Pine Haven. First due E-13 reported a 2 story single family dwelling with fire showing. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 ½ hours and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks. (39 Firefighters)


11-17      2253 Hrs      Box 26-11      Working Fire Dispatch      (C Shift)                      ReHab-2 responded late Wednesday evening for an apartment fire at 416 Secluded Post Circle, in the Hidden Woods apartments. First arriving E-26 reported heavy smoke in the public hallway, Companies in the rear reported fire showing from a terrace level apartment. E-18 reported people jumping from 2nd floor apartments on side D. Command requested the working fire dispatch and 3 additional medic units. The Alarmers were on scene for about an hour, and served 2 cases of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks. (41 Firefighters)


11-21     1215 Hrs      Box 26-13       Working Fire Dispatch      (C Shift)             ReHab-2 responded Sunday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 462 Corell Ct in Elvaton Towne. First due E-26 reported smoke showing from both front and rear, companies found a working basement fire. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.       (39 Firefighters)


11-23    1143 Hrs         Box 10-4         Working Fire Dispatch      (A Shift)              First arriving Squad-11 reported heavy smoke from the roof of a single story Exxon gas station building  The Alarmers worked with EMS-1 and M-30 in the rehab area, and served a case of water, a case of Gatorade, and some snacks. (38 Firefighters)


11-26     1200 Hrs        Box 1-4          Special Call                      CW-2 responded mutual Aid to Howard County for a vacant building fire on Rt 1 at Ducketts Lane. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 ½ hours, and served a case of gatorade and some snacks. (42 Firefighters)


11-26     1440 Hrs      Box 27-10          Working Fire Dispatch      (D Shift)              Our 2nd run of the day.  ReHab-2 responded Friday afternoon for a dwelling fire 3396 Wye Mills South in Maryland City. First due E-27 reported heavy smoke from the rear of a single family dwelling.  . The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of gatorade and some snacks. (36 Firefighters)




DECEMBER  2021



12-1      0110 Hrs      Box 40-2       Working Fire Dispatch        (DShift)        ReHab-2 responded early Monday morning for a fire in a large abandoned house at 505 Admiral Drive, in West Annapolis. Just after 0030 Hrs Fire Alarm began receiving multiple 911 calls for a fire clearly visible from Rt 50 and Jennifer Road, but could not tell the exact location. First due E-40 reported a 2 ½ story house, down a long driveway, fully involved.   The Alarmers were on scene for 5 hours and served 2 cases of water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.      (40 Firefighters)

(Above L) Pump operator E-35 supplying lines  (R)  Hose crew making a valiant attempt


12-2      1742 Hrs      Box 33-7          Working Fire Dispatch       (B Shift)               ReHab-2 responded Thursday evening for a dwelling fire at 408 Kent Road, in Glen Gardens. First due E-33 reported fire showing from the rear, and requested the working fire dispatch. Fire was confined to the exterior wall, of a 1 ½ story cape-cod type house. The Alarmers worked with EMS-1 and M-33 in the rehab area, and were on scene for 1 1/2 hours. (35 Firefighters)


12-2      2045 Hrs      Box 27-1         Working Fire Dispatch        (B Shift)               ReHab-2 responded to an apartment fire at 3527 Leslie Way in the Tall Oaks apartments, in Maryland City. First due E-27 reported light smoke, but as companies opened up they found a fire a utility room on the 2nd floor. The Alarmers were on scene for about an hour.  (39 Firefighters)


12-3      2101 Hrs         Box 34-1        Working Fire Dispatch      (C Shift)                Rehab-2 responded Friday night for a dwelling fire at 106 Broadview Blvd in Ferndale. First arriving BC-1 reported an attic fire, and requested the working fire dispatch.  The Alarmers were cancelled soon after arriving on location.            (37 Firefighters)


12-5       1329 Hrs        Box 30-3        Working Fire Dispatch       (A Shift)               The Alarmers were alerted for a dweliing fire at 355 Cool Breeze Ct Mountain Estates. Companies found a dryer fire in the basement with some extension, and quickly controlled. The Alarmers were cancelled before response.


12-9      0015 Hrs       Box 10-15          Working Fire Dispatch       (D Shift)              ReHab-2 responded early Thursday morning for a dwelling fire at 1306 Thomas Rd in Rock Anna. Fire Alarm advised responding units there were people trapped. First due E-10 reported a single story house with fire showing from the front windows. Companies removed 2 occupants over ground ladders. Two firefighters were transported to hospitals with minor injuries. The Alarmers worked with M-12 and EMS-3 in the ReHab area, and were on scene for 2 ½ hrs. We served  a case of water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.       . (45 Firefighters)


12-9       0945  Hrs      Box 4-39           Working Fire Dispatch        (A Shift)              CW-2 responded Thursday morning for a dwelling fire at 8328 Deer Run Ct, in Pioneer City.  Fire Alarrm was receiving multiple 911 calls and transmitted the working fire while companies were still enroute. First arriving T-45 reported heavy fire from the 2nd floor of an end unit townhouse.   The Alarmes were on scene for 2 1/2 hours, and served 2 pots of coffee, a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.        (41 Firefighters)


12-9     1845 Hrs         Box 7-22          Working Fire Dispatch        (A Shift)                   Second run of the day. CW-2 responded Thusday evening to a dwelling fire at 2534 Davidsonville Rd. First arriving Chief-7 reported fire through the roof of a large 2 story dwelling, converted to apartments. The Alarmers were on scene for 3 ½ hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks. We worked with EMS-3 and M-5 in ReHab. (48 Firefighters)


12-10     0020 Hrs       Box 36-1         2nd Alarm       (1st Platoon/A Shift)               The Alarmers responded to their 2nd working fire of the night shortly after midnight. Fire Alarm began receiving multiple 911 calls reporting an apartment fire at 100 Severn Ave in Annapolis. First due E-36 reported fire showing from the 2nd floor rear of a 6 story condominium building. They requested a working fire dispatch quickly followed by the 2nd alarm from BC-35. Companies found heavy fire in a 2nd floor apartment, all six floors filled with smoke. Eighteen residents were rescued from 2nd and 3rd floor units, and 1 resident was transported to the hospital. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 ½ hours, and served 2 pots of coffee, some hot chocolate, 32 hot dogs, a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks. We worked with Medic 46 and EMS-36 in the rehab area. (62 Firefighters)


12-12     1830Hrs      Box 10-25        Working Fire Dispatch      (D Shift)                     ReHab-2 responded Sunday evening for dwelling fire at 7849 Belhaven Ave in Belhaven Woods. First due E-10 reported smoke showing from an attached garage, with fire in the attic space. The Alarmers were on scene for 1 ½ hour, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, ans some snacks. (38 Firefihgters)


12-12      2020 Hrs     Box 33-10         Working Fire Dispatch      (A Shift)                  ReHab-2 responded Monday night for a dwelling fire at 915 Edgerly Rd in Haurndale. First arriving E-331 reported heavy fire showing from a closed-in porch in the rear, and thre extending to an attached garage. The Alarmrs were on scene for an hour, and served a case of water, and a case of gatorade. (34 Firefighters)