On May 26, 2014 units from Reisterstown were alerted for a apartment fire with people trapped. Engine 412 and Rescue Squad 414 promptly responded staffed with 4 volunteers each. Engine 56 arrived to find a two story quad with smoke showing. 412 secured the water source and assisted crews with rescue and extinguishment. Squad 414 arrived conducted primaries and checked exposures. The working fire was sounded which brought Engine 413 staffed with 4 volunteers who assumed RIT on arrival. Units operated for two hours before becoming ready for service.
Several weeks ago Reisterstown unveiled the memorial to the two firefighters who have died in the line of duty from our station. Many were involved in creating this memorial as a reminder to all of us.
Monroe Seitz (EOW: July 26, 1928, fatally burned when a gasoline tank exploded igniting his clothes)
Last night Reisterstown was alerted for a car crashed into a pole on Gores Mill Road. Originally it was a non-emergency call but was then upgraded to a possible auto fire. E412 arrived to find the driver out of the vehicle. An ambulance was called to transport the driver due to the impact of the vehicle into the pole.
On Tuesday May 20th Reisterstown Volunteer Fire Company will be having a fundraiser in conjunction with Martha and Mary’s in Reisterstown. Proceeds of any meals that day will be donated to the firehouse. Consider having lunch or supper (or both!) there on May 20th.