Category Archives: General

Santa is coming to town!!

Santa is coming to town!

Santa will be riding the firetrucks between 6:30p-7p till around 8:30p-9p
Wednesday – December 17th
  • Weywood Dr.
  • Brian Daniel Court
  • Amy Brent Way
  • Bensmill Court
  • Carrollstown Road
  • Glyndon Trace
  • Berrymans Lane
  • Beverly Road
  • Tarragon Road
  • Statewood
  • Lamottes Court
  • Nicodemus Road
  • Chamborley Drive
  • Beau Mondes Court
Thursday – December 18th
  • Tarragon Road
  • Brookbury Dr.
  • Caraway Rd.
  • Persimmon Circle
  • Church Rd.
  • Sunnyking
  • Bonnie Meadow
  • Delight Meadow
  • Sunspot
Friday – December 19th
  • Chatsworth Ave.
  • Bond Ave.
  • Glyndon Dr.
  • Sacred Heart Lane
  • Northway Rd.
  • Shirley Manor
  • High Meadow Rd.
  • Chartley Dr.
  • Walgrove Rd.
  • Greenview Ave.
  • Suburbian Rd.
  • Shirley Manor
  • Estate Rd.
Saturday – December 20th
  • Gwynnwest Rd.
  • Bentley Park
  • Valley Meadow
  • Mainbrook Ct.
  • Troutbrook Circle
  • Deaconbrook Circle
  • Brickston Rd.
  • Bellinger Ct.
  • Baskerville Rd.
  • Treeline Dr.
  • Kingsbury Rd.
  • Leyton Rd.
Sunday – December 21st
  • East Chestnut Hill Lane
  • Mardan Dr.
  • Erin Way
  • Parkholme Circle
  • Benwell Rd.
  • Brookshire
  • Hammershire Rd.
  • Cherry Valley Rd.
  • Terry Town Dr.
  • Rockrimmon Rd.
  • Danbury Rd.
  • W. Chestnut Hill Lane
Santa wants to see everyone and we will make every attempt to get to all these areas but the schedule is dependent on weather and fire calls.

Passing of member Bill Hennigan

It is with great sadness that we must announce the passing of member Bill Hennigan.  He was a member of the company in the 1960s and then again starting in the late 1980s.  He is also the father of our current President Steve Hennigan and Grandfather to members Sherri Hennigan and Brittany Dubit.

Funeral Arrangements

The viewing will be at Elines Funeral Home (Reisterstown Rd at Franklin Blvd) on Friday October 31 from 3-5 and 7-9.

There will be a service on Saturday November 1 at the Covenant of Grace Presbyterian Church at 820 Nicodemus Road Reisterstown MD at 11 am.

343 firefighters lives lost… attempting to save others’ lives

Thirteen years ago today was the largest loss of firefighters lives in one incident in the United States.  343 firefighters lost their lives attempting to save others’ lives.

A list of the firefighters can be found on Wikipedia. Please go to that list, look through it and say a prayer for the families of these brave people.

There are also hundreds upon hundreds who have succumbed to illnesses since 9/11 for the work they did on scene after the initial collapses.

Never Forget…


House fire

On 7/1/14 at 1612 hours units were alerted for a dwelling fire in company 42’s area. Engine 413 and Squad 414 responded and arrived first to find a 2 story single family with smoke showing. Upon 413 doing their 360 identified it was a basement fire. Crews stretched the hand line in the rear and knocked the fire. Squad 414 assisted in laddering the building, primary searches and opening up. Crews operated for approximately 2 hours before being ready for service.

Pictures courtesy of J Jeffers

Apartment fire in Randallstown

On June 25th at 2345 units from Station 41 were alerted for an apartment fire with reported people trapped in company 46 first due.  Initial units arrived to find a three story middle of the group apartment building with fire through the roof.  Squad 414 responded on the initial assignment they arrived and assumed second due special service responsibilities, conducting primaries and opening up.  Engine 413 was hit for the second alarm assignment and arrived assisting with extinguishment and overhaul. Units were held on scene for three hours before becoming ready for service.