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2017 Incidents
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Total 0 0 0

2016 Incidents
Month Fire EMS Total
Jan 105 110 215
Feb 88 104 192
Mar 78 97 175
Apr 91 102 193
May 80 111 191
Jun 123 114 237
Jul 98 106 204
Aug 109 121 230
Sep 103 114 217
Oct 78 99 177
Nov 108 121 229
Dec 91 115 206
Total 1152 1314 2466

2015 Incidents
Month Fire EMS Total
Jan 98 115 213
Feb 102 108 210
Mar 91 122 213
Apr 76 80 156
May 96 116 212
Jun 111 119 230
Jul 100 120 220
Aug 122 133 255
Sep 103 99 202
Oct 84 100 184
Nov 89 92 181
Dec 104 146 250
Total 1176 1350 2526

Past Incidents
Year Fire EMS Total
2016 1152 1314 2466
2015 1176 1350 2526
2014 1070 1291 2361
2013 1123 1087 2210
2012 1146 1347 2493
2011 1202 1378 2580
2010 1161 1304 2465
2009 1075 1218 2293
2008 1031 1093 2124
2007 1138 1161 2299

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First Due Kitchen Fire
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By Fire Fighter/EMT Pieter Lucas
April 2, 2017

Units responded this evening for a house fire just down the street from the station. At 17:32 the tones sounded for a reported house on fire in the 3-01 box in the 12400 block of Old Frederick Road after a neighbor called 911 reporting smoke coming from the windows. Arriving within two minutes of dispatch, Tower 3, Tanker 3, Paramedic 35, and Chief 3 found a two story dwelling with fire from the bravo/charlie corner. Tower 3 forced entry to the alpha door and advanced a hoseline from Tanker 3 to quickly extinguish the fire in the kitchen. Tower 3's crew also provided ventilation in the structure. Engine 31 advanced a line to the second floor to search and Carroll Engine 124 (Sykesville) searched the basement; all searches were negative. After extinguishing the fire crews from Engines 32 and 82 performed salvage and overhaul.
Chief 3 held the command, and units cleared at 19:55 after assisting investigators from the Office of the Fire Marshal. Volunteers at the station staffed Ambulance 36 and Tanker 34 for the duration of the incident.

Units: Engine 31, Engine 32, Tower 3, Tanker 3, Paramedic 35, Chief 3, Utility 3
 
 

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