New Market Volunteer Fire Company

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All You Can Eat Country Breakfast

All You Can Eat Country Breakfast

All You Can Eat Country Breakfast

2015 Working Incidents
Entrapments Fires
Jan 2 2
Feb 3 3
Mar 4 9
Apr 1 2
May 3 4
Jun 4 4
Jul 1 1
Aug 0 0
Sep 3 3
Oct 0 1
Total 21 29

2015 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 70 54
Feb 51 58
Mar 70 75
Apr 68 62
May 82 76
Jun 80 64
Jul 64 59
Aug 59 60
Total 544 508

Past Working Incidents
Pinjobs Fires
2012 14 18
2013 25 22
2014 7 20

Past Call Stats
Year Fire EMS
2010 722 757
2011 655 732
2012 657 877
2013 806 1030
2014 788 795

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New Market Volunteers Hold 30 Guns N 30 Days Fundraiser

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, November 01

The New Market District Volunteer Fire Department will be holding a huge gun giveaway coming up in November of 2015. We are selling tickets for $25 each, which get you a chance to win a gun each day of the drawing, which runs every day in November. We will be giving away 30 guns. Each ticket can win more than once! Winners are determined by the daily Pick 3 drawing of the Maryland Lottery. (Not associated ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Market Volunteers hold All You Can Eat Breakfast Fundraiser

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, October 25

The New Market District Volunteer Fire Department will host a All You Can Eat Country Breakfast fundraiser on Sunday, October 25th, 2015 from 7 am until noon.


Adults - $8.00
Seniors (55+) - $5.00
Kids (6-10) - $4.00
Under 6 - FREE


Sausage Gravy
Stewed Apples
Milk, Coffee, Orange Juice... (Full Story & Photos)

Co. 15 Assists Field Fire in Frederick City

Firefighter/EMT Matthew Thews, October 07

On Wednesday October 7th at 1509 hours units from Co. 3 were alerted for a field fire on East Church Street near Monocacy Boulevard. Units arrived to find about one and a half acres of field on fire. SFT901 established command and additional units were requested. A brush task force was eventually filled out, bring B156 (FF Rippeon) and D15(Capt. Conaway) with 3 volunteers. The units made quick work ... (Full Story)

New Market Volunteers Quick Response Keeps Garage Fire at Bay

Firefighter/EMT Matthew Thews, October 04

On Sunday October 4th at 1932 hours, ECC alerted units from Frederick, Carroll, and Montgomery Counties for a commercial building fire across from 13112 Old National Pike. E152 (Lt. Williamson), RE153 (Chief Nalborczyk), A159 (FF Rosebrock), B156 (EMR Runkles), U15 (FF Klingensmith), and C15-1 (DFC Moe) responded on the call with 18 volunteers. E152 arrived on scene to find a single story workshop ... (Full Story & Photos)

Crew of the Week; Sunday AM Duty Crew

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, October 04

Have you ever wondered who is responsible for providing Fire, Rescue and EMS service to your community? It is important for the New Market District VFC #15 to highlight the members that serve for our department, our greatest asset that we as a Volunteer Fire Company have is our personnel. This week we focus on Sunday AM Duty Crew, they are responsible for your Fire, Rescue and EMS needs from 6am Sunday ... (Full Story & Photos)

Storms Lead to Busy Night for New Market Volunteers

Firefighter/EMT Matthew Thews, September 29

In the late evening hours of Tuesday September 29th a series of heavy rains struck Frederick County, causing flash flooding and wind damage to many parts of the area. The most severe flooding occurred within Frederick City. The calls for vehicles stranded in high water began pouring in around 2130. U15 and BT15 (Lt. Hanagan) were staffed and prepared to respond with 4 swift water technicians. Their ... (Full Story & Photos)

Overturned Vehicle on I-70 Leads to Flyout

Firefighter/EMT Matthew Thews, September 27

On Sunday September 27th at 1940 hours, units from New Market and Spring Ridge were alerted for a vehicle accident with rollover and entrapment on Interstate 70 westbound at the 58 mile marker. A159(FF Rosebrock), A158(EMT Smith), RE153(Sgt. Kline), E152(Lt. Williamson), B156(FF G. White), C15-3(AFC Kennedy) responded with 20 volunteers. Units arrived to find a single vehicle rolled over with one ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Market Volunteers Running Trial with Second Ambulance

Firefighter Derek White, September 27

On Sunday September 27th at 1900 hours Ambulance 158 Returned to service for the first time in quite some time. With the number of EMS members on the Sunday night crew and the demands within the county and neighboring jurisdictions, the volunteers put A158 into service for the night. This will occur as often as possible as staffing allows. The advantage to having an additional ambulance at station ... (Full Story & Photos)

Car Fire on Interstate 70

Firefighter Derek White, September 27

On Sunday September 27th, after working all morning at our monthly breakfast fundraiser, Carroll Co.1 and Co.15 units were alerted to Interstate-70 at the 68 mile marker for an auto fire. CCE12 and E152(Sgt Kline) arrived on the scene at the same time to find an auto fully involved, crews pulled mutliple lines for fire suppression and protection. Units operated for 30 minutes prior to going in service. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Another Birthday Party

Firefighter Derek White, September 26

The New Market Volunteers attended another birthday party. Neighbors at first were concerned by the firetruck and ambulance coming to the block but were overly joyed when they realized it was for a birthday party. The birthday party turned into a block party and we're not sure if it was more fun for the kids or the adults. Kids got to practice with the fire hose and then watch the engine driver fill ... (Full Story & Photos)


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