Dunkirk Volunteer Fire Department

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Squad 5 and Chief 5 Assist PG with Transfer Crews

Fire Chief Rector, April 23

On Wednesday April 20, 2016 Squad 5 and Chief 5 transferred to Prince George's County in order to allow their members to properly mourn the loss of FF Ulmschnieder who was killed in the line of duty.

Squad 5 transferred to the Baden Volunteer Fire Department and Chief 5 transferred to the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department.

Crews remained in Prince George's County for approximately 10 hours assisting ... (Full Story & Photos)

30+ Volunteers Conduct Annual Spring Clean Up

Fire Chief Rector, April 10

Today, over 30 volunteers conducted our annual spring clean up.

Projects ranging from mulching the gardens, power-washing the concrete, cleaning out the storage shed, trimming trees, and detailing the entire station were completed. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Squad 5, Engine 52, Ambulance 59 Run Serious Accident

Fire Chief Rector, April 05

Just before dinner time, Dunkirk and North Beach volunteers were alerted to the motor vehicle crash on Rt.260 in Owings. Squad 5, Engine 52, Ambulance 59, and Chief 5B responded immediately with 13 volunteers. Crews arrived to find a single vehicle pinned between two large trees with the driver out upon arrival.

Crews stabilized the vehicle and the Ambulance transported to a local trauma facility ... (Full Story)

Engine 51, Engine 52, Brush 5, and the Fire Chief Assist Huntingtown with Brush Fire

Fire Chief Rector, April 05

Crews from the north end of Calvert were dispatched to Co.6's area around lunctime for the reported house on fire.

Co.6 arrived shortly after dispatch to find an approximately 100' x 100' area of woods/brush on fire to the rear of a residence.

Engine 52 and Engine 51 assisted with extinguishment and water supply. Units operated for approximately 45 minutes.

Chief 5 had the Huntingtown Command.... (Full Story)

Squad 5, Ambulance 58, and Fire Chief handle Owings Auto Accident w/ Entrapment

Fire Chief Rector, April 01

Squad 5, Ambulance 58, and the Fire Chief were dispatched for a motor vehicle collision on Route 4 in the area of Skinner's Turn Road. Units arrived to find a two car T-bone accident with one driver trapped. The squad crew stabilized the vehicle and utilized the AMKUS hydraulic tools to extricate the trapped driver.

Ambulance 58 assumed patient care and transported the patient to a local medical ... (Full Story & Photos)


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