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2019 Incidents
JAN 61 77
FEB 67 66
MAR 66 82
APR 69 75
MAY 83 87
JUN 54 100
JUL 78 97
AUG 0 0
SEP 0 0
OCT 0 0
NOV 0 0
DEC 0 0
Total 478 584

2019 Working Incidents
Rescues Fires
Jan 2 1
Feb 1 4
Mar 1 0
Apr 1 1
May 0 0
Jun 1 2
Jul 0 0
Aug 0 0
Sep 0 0
Oct 0 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 6 8

Past Working Incidents
Rescues Fires
2012 14 18
2013 25 22
2014 7 20
2015 24 34
2016 12 27
2017 15 30
2018 23 22

Past Call Stats
Year Fire EMS
2010 722 757
2011 655 732
2012 657 877
2013 806 1030
2014 788 795
2015 813 767
2016 684 863
2017 649 862
2018 743 982

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Department to host AFG Grant Workshop

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, September 16

Plan now to attend an upcoming AFG Fire Grant Workshop

For those waiting for an announcement on the FY-2017 Assistance to Firefighters Grant program awards, we anticipate that these announcements will be made in mid-August and continue through the end of September.

In the meantime, it is time to start thinking about your department's requirements for PPE and equipment to be better prepared for the ... (Full Story)

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Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, August 03

The New Market District Volunteer Fire Company has a long history of evolving its apparatus to meet its current and future service delivery needs of its community, starting in 1964 under the leadership of Fire Chief James Hahn the company started responding to the needs of the community with a second engine, then a 1964 International Howe was placed in service known as Engine-152, through the years ... (Full Story & Photos)

Water Rescue in Lake Linganore

Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, June 30

Just after 4 pm on Sunday June 30th, Ambulance 159 was alerted for an injured person near Coldstream Beach in Lake Linganore. The call was soon upgraded to a water rescue after reports stated the patient fell from an elevated walkway onto rocks and trees and into the water.

A158, A159, RS15, E152, SUP15, BT15, DIVE15, and Chief 15 responded immediately on the call with 24 volunteers. A159 arrived ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, June 13

Beginning this week, our annual door-to-door fundraising campaign has gotten underway. You may be receiving a knock at your door and be greeted by a fundraising representative who will be identified as working on behalf of the New Market District VFC. These fundraisers will have an ID badge, Shirt, and vehicle identification that identifies them as such. Please be patient as we conduct this campaign ... (Full Story & Photos)

One Trapped in New Market

Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, June 09

On Sunday June 9th at 1250 hours, RS15 was alerted along with units from Co. 25 and Medic 23 for a vehicle accident with entrapment on Green Valley Road at I-70. A159 and E152 were already handling a call for an unconscious subject in New Market, so A158 and RS15 took the call. Between the two responses, over 18 New Market Volunteers were staffing the rigs.

RS15 arrived along with Chief 717B (Burns) ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Recruiter Ben Harris, June 04

On June 4, 2019 at 1447 hrs New Market District Volunteer Fire Company was dispatched to assist on a water search and rescue call in of the 15000 block of Lockwood Road in Washington County, in the Potomac River near Williamsport. Support 15, Boat 15, and Dive 15 responded with 7 volunteers and 1 Frederick County DFRS SWT. Upon arrival to the scene swift water techs quickly dressed into their ... (Full Story & Photos)

Second Alarm House Fire in Howard County

Recruiter Ben Harris, June 04

On June 4th 2019 at 11:24 am, Rescue Squad 15 was dispatched for a house fire in the 1500 block of Old Annapolis Road in Howard County, MD. Units from four counties responded on the initial alarm. First arriving units found a large two story home with fire showing and initiated a defensive attack. A second alarm and task force were eventually requested, bringing Engine 152, Chief 15, and Ambulance ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Recruiter Ben Harris, May 30

On 30th of May 2019, a storm came through the New Market, MD area leaving a path of destruction after high winds and heavy rain blanketed the area. At New Market Volunteer Fire Company over 30 volunteers and career personnel dropped what they were doing and headed into the station to handle calls as they were received. Calls began to pour in, in the form of fire alarms, wires down, and trees on ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Market Volunteer Fire Company Annual Fishing Trip 2019

Recruiter Ben Harris, May 27

On May 27th 2019, Volunteers, family, and Friends of New Market Volunteer Fire Company participated in the Annual Fishing Trip. This is more then just an opportunity to go fishing it is a time when the volunteers can kick back, relax, and have a good time. Although our volunteers are only required a 12 hour Duty Crew Shift each week, many of them far exceed that. Being a volunteer means you ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Other Benjamin Harris, May 06

As you may have seen on May 5th, 2019, the New Market Volunteers, with assistance from staff of the Frederick County, MD Public Safety Training Facility, conducted live burn evolutions on an acquired structure in our first due area. The crews conducted multiple burn evolutions and at the end of the day, allowed the structure to burn down in order to destroy it. New Market VFC has not conducted live ... (Full Story & Photos)


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