At around 0115hours this morning to E412 was alerted to respond to a building fire in Hampstead (Carroll County). E412 responded with 4 and went to work opening a hole in the roof followed by assisting crews inside with overhaul operations. The fire eventually went to 2 alarms. E412 operated for approximately 2 hours before returning to service.
At around 4pm S414 was alerted for an MVC w/ rescue in 56s area. S414 responded with 5 and worked to quickly extricate one patient from the vehicle. Crews remained on scene for approximately 30 mins before returning to service.
Last night E412 and E413 went out to train on pumping the engine and handline operations. We have several members who recently finished classes and so took them out to go over our engines specifically. We hooked up to the hydrant, pulled an attack line, flowed the deck gun and had one engine pump the second engine.
At around 1800hours E412 responded with surrounding stations for a reported apartment fire. First arriving units reported a working fire in one of the first floor apartments. E412 arrived and at the direction of command conducted a primary search of the fire apartment and assisted with overhaul and extinguishment. Crews operated for approximately 1 hour before returning to service.
Engine 412 along with dozens of other units around Baltimore County were alerted for the house fire on Greenspring Ave. E412 assisted with water supply, and extinguishing the fire and was on scene for about 7 hours (3am to 10am this morning).
This morning around 7:30am RVFC was alerted for an autofire near the top of the 795. E412 arrived to find a single vehicle with fire in the engine compartment. Crews pulled a handline and extinguished the fire.
E412 was dispatched for a multi-vehicle MVC (hit and run) at the top of the 795. E412 and SU418 arrived to find two cars there and one vehicle that left towards the Carroll County line. No one needed to be transported and police remained on scene.
Very early this morning E412, S414 and 5 other Baltimore County fire apparatus were alerted for a dwelling fire with people trapped in Carroll County. E412 arrived, assisted with water supply and RIT. S414 arrived and was assigned to do the secondary search and assist with overhaul. Both units were on scene approximately 90 minutes before returning to service.