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Next Auxiliary Breakfast
Sunday, October 19, 2014 7 AM - Noon
Reese Social Hall
Menu Includes: Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs, Fried Potatoes, Sausage, Biscuits, Sausage Gravy, Hominy & Pudding, and Baked Apples
Adults: $7.00 Children (7-12): $3.50 and Under 6: FREE
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Attic Fire in Westminter
Member Richard Pratt, April 05
At approx. 1439 hrs units were alerted for a house fire on East Main Street in Westminster. EMS 10-1 was first on the scene and reported a working fire requesting the RID. Units from Westminster, New Windsor, and Reese arrived and quickly went to work. Engine 92 positioned on side charlie, placed a ground ladder to a porch roof, ventilated the second floor, and prepared to make entry if necessary. ... (Full Story & Photos)
Rollover with Rescue on Uniontown Road
Member Richard Pratt, March 27
At approx. 1130 hrs, Rescue Alarm 3-15 was alerted for a dump truck rolled over with wires down and reported subject trapped on Uniontown Road between Springdale Road and Frizzleburg Road. A second squad was requested en route due to the possibility of significant entrapment. Chief 3-1 arrived first and reported a dump truck on it's side and confirmed one trapped. Rescue Squad 9 responded and arrived ... (Full Story & Photos)
Field Fire on Sykesville Road
Member Richard Pratt, March 25
At approx. 1540 hrs Brush 95 was alerted to assist Westminster with a field fire on Sykesville Road. Brush 95 responded and assisted with extinguishment upon arrival. Engine 92 was also alerted for additional manpower but placed in service en route.... (Full Story & Photos)
House Fire in Westminster
Member Richard Pratt, March 13
At approx. 1138 hrs, Station 9 was alerted for a house fire on Hook Road in Westminster.
Chief 3-1 arrived first updating the location to a house on Washington Lane and reported a working fire. Engine 92 responded and assisted with extinguishment and overhaul.
Brush 95 also responded but was not needed due to this being a hydranted area.
Units operated for approximately an hour and a half before ... (Full Story & Photos)
Barn Fire in Union Mills
Member Richard Pratt, March 12
At approx. 1445 hrs, Station 9 was alerted for a barn on fire on Littlestown Pike in Union Mills.
Engine 63 arrived and reported a barn fully involved. Engine 92 responded and assisted with water supply and extinguishment.
Units operated for approx. three hours before going in service.... (Full Story & Photos)
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