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2015 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 49 106
Feb 43 96
Mar 31 85
Apr
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Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 123 287

Past Responses
Fire EMS
2014 386 1013
2013 323 1000
2012 359 1000
2011 373 947
2010 370 884
2009 335 806
2008 402 854
2007 399 918
2006 468 826
2005 379 811

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Mother's Day Dinner

Sunday May 10th

12pm to 5pm

 

 

FOR SALE: 1999 New Lexington/American LaFrance Fire Engine

Chief Zach Schneider, December 31

FOR SALE: 1999 New Lexington/American LaFrance Fire Engine...$165,000

Fully Equipped and Ready to be placed in service!!!

Engine: Detroit DDC60 470HP
Transmission: Allison HD 4060
Mileage: 53,500
Hours: 4,150
Pump: 1,500 GPM Hale Q Max
Water Tank: 750 Gallons
Trident Automatic Air Primer
Body: Stainless Steel, 6 person cab
Front Axle: 21,500lbs
Rear Axle: 27,000lbs
Generator: ... (Full Story & Photos)

Carroll County Junior Day

Assistant Treasurer Sandra McKenzie, April 12

The Winfield Junior Fire Department participated in the Carroll County Junior Day on April 11, 2015 at New Windsor Fire Department.

It was a great event that many junior departments throughout Carroll Count participated in. All the juniors had the chance to learn some old and some new skills. In the morning they trained on Overland Repelling, Ladders, Search and Rescue, and EMS Care. In the afternoon ... (Full Story & Photos)

Take Steps to Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

FM Press Release, April 07

TAKE STEPS TO AVOID CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING

State Fire Marshal Brian S. Geraci encourages all Marylanders to be mindful of the dangers of carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, tasteless, and potentially toxic gas that is produced by the incomplete combustion of liquid fuels, solid fuels, or natural gases. The recent incident involving the deaths of eight family members in Princess ... (Full Story & Photos)

Shed Fire on Grace Lee Avenue

Chief Zach Schneider, April 06

On Monday April 6, 2014 at 12:47 p.m. Winfield & Sykesville Fire Department was alerted for a reported shed fire in the 5900 Block of Grace Lee Avenue. First arriving Paramedic 14-84 (C. Sperling) confirmed a working shed fire. Engine 142 arrived and Captain 14 (E. Dayhoff) established the Grace Lee Command. Crews from Engine 142 & Engine 124 worked to extinguish the fire and perform overhaul. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Vehicle Fire on Fannie Dorsey Road

Chief Zach Schneider, April 05

On Sunday April 5, 2015 at 7:36 p.m. Firefighters from Winfield, Lisbon, and Mt. Airy were alerted for a reported vehicle fire within close proximity of a structure in the 1500 Block of Fannie Dorsey Road. First arriving Paramedic 14-84 (C. Sperling) confirmed a working auto fire at this location. Engine 142 arrived and the crew quickly deployed an attack line extinguishing the fire and stopping ... (Full Story & Photos)

Woods Fire on Roop Road

Chief Zach Schneider, April 05

On Sunday April 5, 2015 at 4:24 p.m. Winfield and Mt. Airy Fire Departments were alerted for a woods fire in the 4500 Block of Roop Road. Engine 12 was redirected from thier transfer to Winfield's Station. Chief 1 arrived establishing command and advised there was a woods fire as dispatched. Crews from Brush 15, Engine 12, and Utility 14 worked to extinguish the fire. ... (Full Story)


Field Fire on Jim Kohler Road

Chief Zach Schneider, April 05

On Sunday April 5, 2015 at 3:53 p.m. Winfield Fire Department was alerted on the Brush Task Force to assist with a wildland fire in Sykesville. Sykesville crews were on the scene in the 2200 Block of Jim Kohler Road with a rapidly spreading field fire that extended in the woods towards adjacent houses. The dry and windy conditions caused this fire to escalate. Crews operated on the scene for several ... (Full Story & Photos)

RV Fire at Rambling Pines Campground

Chief Zach Schneider, March 30

On Monday March 30, 2015 surrounding fire departments were alerted for an RV Fire at the Rambling Pines Campground located in the 800 Block of Hoods Mill Road (Box 12-4). First arriving Captain 12-1 (B. Ludwig) established Command advising smoke showing from an RV. Engine 124 arrived and quickly deployed an attack line extinguishing the fire on the interior of the RV. The incident was scaled back ... (Full Story & Photos)

Winfield Attends Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Seminar

Prevention & Life Safety Chair Debbie Gartrell, March 28

Kevin Warner and Debbie Gartrell-Kemp attended the Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Seminar today at Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute, College Park, MD.

After a welcome from PG Fire and EMS Chief Marc Bashoor, MSFA President David Keller, MIEMSS Executive Director Dr. Kevin Seaman, and State Fire Marshal Brian Geraci the program began.

Topics covered were:
Vision 20-20: Best Practices ... (Full Story & Photos)

Vehicle Fire on Ivy Way

Chief Zach Schneider, March 14

Early this morning at 12:15 a.m. Winfield Fire Department was alerted for a vehicle fire at the intersection of Woodbine Road & Ivy Way. First arriving EMS 14-1 (C. Broussard) established command advising there was a vehicle fully involved on Ivy Way with exposures and requested an additional engine. Engine 142 arrived and the crew quickly went to work extinguishing the fire and stopping the fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

 

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05/10/2015
Mother's Day Dinner

05/12/2015
Red Cross Blood Drive

06/28/2015
Liberty Street Rods Car Show

07/06/2015 - 07/11/2015
Annual Carnival

09/12/2015
$50,000 Total Cash Give Away

09/15/2015
Red Cross Blood Drive

09/16/2015
Spaghetti Dinner

10/21/2015
Spaghetti Dinner

11/15/2015
Fire Safety Open House


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