Reese & Community Volunteer Fire Compmany


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Community Events
01/01/2017 - 12/31/2017
2017 Fire Co & Aux Events

01/15/2017 - 03/19/2017
Auxiliary Breakfast

2017 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 60 130
Total 60 130

2016 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 54 104
Feb 27 79
Mar 50 114
Apr 50 102
May 46 98
Jun 42 112
Jul 54 124
Aug 46 82
Sept 56 109
Oct 55 89
Nov 70 111
Dec 53 117
Total 603 1241

2015 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 50 99
Feb 56 92
Mar 62 112
Apr 44 106
May 61 138
Jun 57 128
Jul 41 114
Aug 35 92
Sep 59 115
Oct 57 118
Nov 63 143
Dec 53 103
Total 638 1360

Past Incidents
Fire EMS
2015 638 1360
2014 659 1258
2013 555 1125
2012 589 1123
2011 583 1009
2010 579 1078
2009 593 1049
2008 626 1002
2007 701 1008
2006 610 896
Total 6133 10908

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Proudly Serving the Community

Since 1948



Thanks to all who have supported us throughout 2016, we look forward to your continued support and as we proudly serve your Emergency Services needs.


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Auxiliary Breakfast with the

Easter Bunny!

 March 19, 2017
7 AM - 11 AM

This will be the last breakfast of the season, due to Easter falling on April 16th. Then we will pick up again in the Fall. Thanks!


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Vehicle Extrication Drill

Fire / Rescue Captain Matt Stansbury, June 24

On Friday, June 24th 7 volunteers joined members from Westminster and Union Bridge for a vehicle extrication drill at the Carroll County Public Safety Training Center. Crews reviewed basic vehicle extrication and stabilization concepts and then applied those concepts to training vehicles. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Crews preparing vehicles for stabilization and extrication. Photo by M. Price (Co. 3)
Crews preparing vehicles for stabilization and extrication. Photo by M. Price (Co. 3)

Both Engines on another Working 3 Box

Fire / Rescue Lieutenant Richard Pratt, June 20

At 1739 hrs, units from Westminster and surrounding companies were alerted for a House Fire on Yellow Lily Court. Initial report was a propane tank explosion on the deck. Units from Westminster arrived with fire showing on Side Charlie. E92 responded and arrived as the 5th arriving engine - laying a supply line from a second hydrant. E92's crew was assigned to take over E33's line on the first floor. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 92, Engine 91, and Rescue Squad 9 on Working 3-10 Box

Fire / Rescue Lieutenant Richard Pratt, June 16

At 0224 hrs in the morning, units from Westminster and surrounding companies were alerted for a reported House Fire on Barnes Avenue. Units arrived with fire showing from the Charlie Side deck area with fire into the house and through the roof. The Rapid Intervention Dispatch was requested as well as a Tanker Task Force. E92 arrived shortly after E33 and supplied them with water and assisted with ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo Courtesy: Engineer Krebs
Photo Courtesy: Engineer Krebs

Engine 92 and Chief 9-1 on Working House Fire

Fire / Rescue Lieutenant Richard Pratt, May 31

On May 31st at 1211 hrs, units from Westminster and surrounding companies were alerted for smoke coming from the basement of a house on Marshall Drive. Chief 9-1 along with units from 3 arrived to find smoke showing from a single story single family. Chief 9-1 established Command and confirmed a working basement fire. Units from 3 began extinguishing the fire and performing searches. E92 arrived and ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 92 goes on 3-31 Box

Fire / Rescue Lieutenant Richard Pratt, April 22

Just before midnight on April 22nd, units were alerted for a building fire with reported people trapped on Sullivan Road. Westminster units arrived with fire showing from a single story multiple family dwelling. Engine 92 responded and assisted with searches, hitting hot spots, checking for extension, and overhaul in the fire building. All searches were negative. Captain 9-2 also responded on the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo: Carroll County Times
Photo: Carroll County Times

A quick look at our apparatus...

Click here to read more about our suppression and ems apparatus.

Start The Year off Right....Become a Volunteer Firefighter or EMT

You Are What You Do When It Counts
We are currently seeking men and women interested in serving as Volunteers for their communities. Positions are available for both emergency response and non-emergency support.
Go to our Recruitment Page for details 



Emergency Preparedness
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Information By the Baltimore Metropolitan Council

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