Rose Fire Company No. 1

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2014 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 44 120
Feb 63 127
Mar 36 118
Apr 39 119
May 35 117
Jun 32 108
Jul 41 116
Aug 30 123
Sep 30 134
Oct 35 0
Nov 37 0
Dec 0 0
Total 422 1082

Incident Totals
Fire EMS
2013 387 1362
2012 391 1307
2011 440 1150
2010 414 1140
2009 432 1177
2008 400 1092
2007 450 1131
2006 392 1178
2005 435 1235
Total 3741 10772

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Thoughts and Prayers to Bel Air VFC

Firefighter M. Stoudt, January 06

The officers and members of the Rose Fire Company would like to extend their deepest sympathies and condolances to the Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company (Harford County Co. 3). During the incliment weather of today's snow storm, one of their paramedics was struck in the line of duty by a piece of departmental apparatus, resulting in injuries that proved to be fatal. No names or further details have ... (Full Story & Photos)

Best Wishes from Station 58

Firefighter M. Stoudt, December 25

The officers and members of Station 58 would like to wish you Happy Holidays and a Merry Christmas!

Thank you to all who gave Santa such a warm welcome on Christmas Eve, it is always our pleasure to escort Mr. Clause through our fire district.

Safety Tips for the holiday:

-Keep your Christmas tree watered until you take it outside. Dried out Christmas trees burn FAST!

-Make sure your smoke ... (Full Story & Photos)

Truck Company Extricates in Baltimore County

December 07

At 23:49hrs. Truck 58 (Chief McGillin) responded Mutual Aid to I-83 Northbound @ Freeland Road for a vehicle accident with entrapment. Baltimore County Engine 451 arrived confirming a multi-vehicle collision with several patients, one trapped. Truck 58 arrived and started the extrication, York County Rescue Squad 61 and Baltimore County Engine 60 assisting.

The extrication group removed both driver ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine and Truck go to Glen Rock for the Apartment Fire

December 05

During the late afternoon hours, Engine 58-1 and Truck 58 responded to Glen Rock borough for the reported apartment on fire. Captain 59 arrived on-scene advising a working fire. Crews made quick work of a room off on the second floor. Command was able to scale the assignment back to Engine Companies 59 and 61 along with Truck 58. Crews worked together conducting overhaul and ventilation. Chief ... (Full Story & Photos)

Working Dwelling Fire in the 61 Local

Lieutenant Matt Stoudt, October 09

Truck 58, Engine 58-1, and MICU 58 assisted Station 61 (Shrewsbury) with a working dwelling fire on Forrest Avenue. The MICU was in the area upon dispatch, and reported smoke showing upon arrival. Chief 61 (Myers) upgraded the incident to a working fire and requested a Tanker Task Force due to limited water supply.

Part way through the incident, a mayday was declared when a firefighter from our ... (Full Story)

Congratulations Lt. Campbell

Lieutenant Matt Stoudt, September 08

For Immediate Release:

The officers and members of Rose Fire Company No. 1 would like to congratulate Lieutenant Josh Campbell and his new bride, Jennifer, on their wedding this past weekend. Several members attended the beautiful ceremony and reception, held in Pasadena, MD on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay.

Congratulations from Station 58, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell! We wish you all the best!... (Full Story & Photos)

Working Fire in 54 Local

Lieutenant Matt Stoudt, September 02

At 02:49hrs Station 58 was alerted for the Truck Company to respond to a high-risk structure fire in Stewartstown Borough, Station 54's first due area. Chief 54 (Walker) went on-scene with smoke showing from the building and requested the working fire assignment. Tower 58 assisted with interior and exterior ventilation, opening up the roof, salvage and overhaul. Crews operated for several hours, ... (Full Story)

Congratulations Firefighter Kemp

Lieutenant Matt Stoudt, August 28

For immediate release:

The officers and members of Rose Fire Company No. 1 would like to congratulate Firefighter Tim Kemp on his graduation from the Montgomery County (MD) Fire and Rescue Training Academy.

Recruit Class #39 spent 26 weeks learning and reviewing various aspects of fire suppression, rescue, and emergency medicine. Firefighter Kemp is now assigned to A-Shift at Fire Station #22 (Germantown/Kingsview). ... (Full Story & Photos)

Firefighter Kemp and EMT Hess
Firefighter Kemp and EMT Hess

Strong Storm Rips Through New Freedom

July 09

Our fire, EMS, fire police and local EMA crews worked late into the night following last nights severe storms that swept through New Freedom. Between 911 calls and calls for service, over 20 incidents were responded to with numerous homes and businesses suffering severe damage and power lines down across town. There were no reports of injuries.
... (Full Story & Photos)

Residential Rescue in Shrewsbury Twp.

Lieutenant Matt Stoudt, April 24

Thursday nights at Station 58 are company drill night, and this week's topic was Aerial Rescue. Members reviewed the principles and techniques used to help effect rescuing a patient using the capabilities of Tower 58.

Shortly after training had concluded, Fire Station 58 was requested to assist EMS with a patient lift assist in the 100 Block of Penny Lane, Shrewsbury Township.

Engine 58-1 (Capt. ... (Full Story & Photos)



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