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12 Acre Brush Fire in Huntingtown

Chief Michael Clark Jr., November 26

On Saturday, November 26th, at 0525 hours, Brush 6 and Tanker 6 responded to 3935 Robinson Road for the brush fire. Units arrived and found an approximately 12 acre brush fire, and requested additional resources. Units operated until approximately 1500 hours, at which time DNR declared the fire under control. Montgomery Sr. held the Robinson Road Command

Special Thanks to the HVFD Ladies Auxiliary for providing refreshments during this incident.

HVFD Units: Tanker 6 (Montgomery Jr.), Brush 6 ... (Full Story & Photos)


Saint Leonard House

Chief Michael Clark Jr., November 23

On Wednesday, November 23rd, at 1730 hours, Engine 61 (Lt. Wallace), Tanker 6 (M. Hardesty), and Chief 6 (M. Clark) responded to 1781 Leo’s Way (7-01 Box) for the house fire. Company 7 units arrived to find a two-story single family dwelling, with smoke showing from side bravo. Crews quickly contained an outside fire that had extinguished to the exterior of the dwelling. Engine 61 assisted with Water Supply Operations. Huntingtown units cleared at approximately 1900 hours. Chief 7 (Weems) held the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Courtesy of PFVFD
Courtesy of PFVFD


Prince Frederick Trailer Fire

Chief Michael Clark Jr., November 23

On Wednesday, November 23rd, at 1430 hours, Engine 61, Squad 6, and Chief 6B responded to Route 4, in the area of Dares Beach Road, for the working structure fire. Units from Company 2 arrived to find a double wide trailer fully involved, and quickly scaled back the assignment to Company 2. ... (Full Story & Photos)


Sunderland House Fire

Chief Michael Clark Jr., November 23

On Wednesday, November 23rd, Engine 61 (Lt. Wallace), Tanker 6 (B. Small), Squad 6 (B. Thrasher), Utility 6 (Montgomery Sr.), and Chief 6B (W.Ward) responded to 2240 Green Valley Drive (1-03 Box) for the reported house fire. Engine 61 arrived on the scene to find a two story single family dwelling, with fire showing from Side Alpha. Crews found an exterior fire that had extended into division’s 1 and 2. Crews cleared at approximately 1130 hours. Chief 5A (Sealey) held the Sunderland Command ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo Courtesy of Chief 5A
Photo Courtesy of Chief 5A


Company Runs Small Fire in the 1-06

Chief Michael Clark Jr., November 19

On Saturday, November 19th, at 0645 hours, Engine 61 (Lt. Wallace), Engine 62 (B. Thrasher), Tanker 6 (D Cox), Chief 6 (M. Clark), and Chief 6B (W. Ward), responded to 3621 27th Street in Chesapeake Beach, for the house fire. Units from Company 1 arrived, and found smoke showing from Division 1. Units located a small fire in the first floor living room. Units cleared at 0815 hours. Chief 5A (Sealey) held the 27th Street Command. ... (Full Story)


Engine and Tanker Operate on Broomes Island Fire

Chief Michael Clark Jr., November 18

On Friday, November 18th, at 0135 hours, Engine 61 (Lt. Wallace), and Tanker 6 (B. Thrasher) responded to 3165 Mills Pond Drive (7-08 Box) for the house fire. Engine 72 arrived and found a two story single family dwelling, with fire showing from an attached garage, with extension into the dwelling. The fire was quickly extinguished, and units cleared at 0345 hours. Chief 2A (Delehanty) held the Mills Pond Command. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo Courtesy of SLVFD
Photo Courtesy of SLVFD


Squad Extricates One

Chief Michael Clark Jr., November 04

On Friday, November 4th, at 1515 hours, Squad’s 6 (Lt. Gaylor) and 2, Ambulance 6 (M. Threlfall) and 4, responded to the intersection of Route 4 and Robshire Manor Road for the motor vehicle collision. Units arrived to find one patient trapped. The patient was quickly extricated, and transported to a local trauma center. Units cleared at approximately 1600 hours. ... (Full Story & Photos)


Passing of Charter Member and Past President Kenneth Wells

President Dale Bowen, October 25

The Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad regrets to announce the passing of charter member and Past President Kenneth Wells.
President Wells was instrumental in the formation of the HVFD & RS in the early 1970's. He took the first EMT class held at Huntingtown and held his certification for an impressive 34 years. He was responsible for running the majority of Huntingown's calls in the 70's and 80's.
President Wells held many offices including Assistant Chief, Captain, Vice ... (Full Story & Photos)


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