Tonight RVFC went over to Glyndon Volunteer Fire Company for dinner and stokes basket training. We setup stokes basket, LPS system operations.
Last night around 10pm RVFC along with surrounding companies were dispatched for a truck fire in a garage in Boring’s area. E412 arrived first to find a truck fully involved in an attached garage. Crews pulled a handline, pulled the garage door off and attacked the fire. A working fire and tanker strike team were dispatched. Due to the lack of water availability (no hydrants) the fire moved into the house. In all, more than 11 engines and tankers from Baltimore and Carroll Counties were involved in fire attack and water shuttle in order to put the fire out. Once a water supply was confirmed, then crews made an interior attack. Units were on scene for approximately 4 hours.
Last night Reisterstown VFC were dispatched for an head on collision MVC with people trapped at Main St and Glyndon Dr. S414 went enroute with 5 rescue techs followed by E412 and SU418 which were staffed with home responders (another 5 members). There was a two car MVC, at an updated location of Main St at Hanover Pike. In the end, no one was trapped.
On Thursday evening RVFC teamed up with the Chartley Homeowner’s Association to check and install new smoke detectors in the Community.
We are proud to say that our new medic was placed in service today replacing our previous unit (which has been OOS for several months).
E412 and S414 were dispatched for a house fire in Glyndon. E412 arrived to find smoke coming out of the second floor window and pulled a handline into the house. S414 arrived second and setup lighting and helped with fire suppression and search. An appliance fire on the second floor had spread to a room-and-contents fire. Units from Stations 41, 40, 56, 31 were on scene for over an hour for fire suppression, overhaul and cleanup.