Just before midnight last night S414, E413 and several surrounding stations were alerted for a rescue with one person trapped in the vehicle. A415 and S414 arrived to find a car on its side. E413 and SU418 shortly after. The occupant was not injured. S414 stabilized the vehicle and cut the front windshield so the occupant could step out.
On September 19, 2015 the Baltimore County Volunteer Firemen’s Association held its Annual Awards Banquet at the Bowley’s Quarters Volunteer Fire Department. The banquet is used to recognize individuals who have shown outstanding and dedicated service to the Baltimore County Volunteer Firemen’s Association and its member companies.
A new award was developed this year to recognize individuals who have earned at least 50 accredited LOSAP points for 50 years. Mr. Fred Linker and Mr. Ted Schultz of the Reisterstown Volunteer Fire Company were honored with this award at the banquet. Congratulations to Mr. Linker and Mr. Schultz for this outstanding achievement.
On July 17 at 3:45pm we were alerted for a motor vehicle accident with rescue at Franklin Blvd. and Red Run Blvd. Engine 56 arrived to find a vehicle over the embankment with one occupant trapped. Special Unit 418 stabilized the vehicle with it’s winch and struts. Patient was extricated and flown by Trooper 1. Special Unit 418 is currently in service as a reserve rescue squad.
Saturday, May 30th – 7:30 -10:30 am
Pancakes, eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Scrapple and more!
Masonic Temple – 85 Main Street
Donation: $8.00 for 12 years old and up – under 12 is free but Donation requested
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Reisterstown Vol. Fire Company
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of life member Paul E. Trager. Paul joined the Reisterstown Volunteer Fire Company in 1968 and is a past President.
Services will be held at Eline Funeral Home 11824 Reisterstown Road (at Franklin Blvd.) on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 10:00am. Friends may call on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 from 3-5 and 7-9pm. Interment will be at Druid Ridge Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent to www.ElineFuneralHome.com.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Reisterstown Volunteer Fire Department 108 Main Street Reisterstown, MD 21136 or the Alzheimer’s Association 1850 York Road Suite D Timonium, MD 21093-3142
Viewing is Thursday at 2-4 pm. and 7-9 pm. Myers Durboraw Funeral Home at 91 Willis St. in Westminster. A memorial service will be held at 8pm.
Funeral is Friday at 11 am. at the St. Lukes Winters Church. 701 Green Valley Road in New Windsor.
Donations can be made in lieu of flowers to :
St. Lukes Winters Church Cemetery Fund
P.O. Box 447
New Windsor, MD 21776
108 Main St.
Reisterstown, MD 21136
New Windsor VFD
101 High St.
New Windsor, MD 21776
This morning at around 4:30am Reisterstown and several other surrounding stations were alerted for a house fire in Carroll County in Gamber’s area. E412 arrived and aided with fire suppression and searching for hot spots with crews from Carroll. In all we were on scene approximately 3 hours.
Pictures courtesy of T Cooke.
This morning firefighters and EMTs from stations 41, 42, 50, 40, 56, 18, 46 and 31 went over to Chestnut Ridge to do training on the new MSP helicopters. MSP received new helicopters to replace their fleet of Dauphin (the new helicopters are larger and heavier and able to carry more equipment). We had discussion about EMS apparatus they carry, proper landing zone operations and patient packaging and loading. Thanks to MSP Trooper for coming over for this training.
Last night Reisterstown, Owings Mills, Glyndon and several career stations were dispatched for an apartment fire in Station 56′s area. Reisterstown initially responded with E413 and S414 along with the other first due companies. Engine 56 arrived first with fire through the roof and E413 took the back side of the apartment building. E413 advised there were multiple rescues. E413 and S414 threw ladders and safely brought everyone off of the balconies. Command requested a second alarm and an ALS strike team (4 medic units, another engine and another EMS Lieutenant). Crews worked for approximately 3 hours to get the fire under control and for salvage and overhaul.
During the response Station 41 had every piece of apparatus at the call: E412, E413, S414, SU418, U419 and M415.