Winfield Community Volunteer Fire Department


2021 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 27 99
Total 27 99

Past Responses
Fire EMS
2020 316 1014
2019 377 1098
2018 355 1207
2017 348 1122
2016 378 1089
2015 404 1167
2014 386 1013
2013 323 1000
2012 059 1000
2011 373 947
2010 370 884
2009 335 806
2008 402 854
2007 399 918

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Purchase Of A New Ambulance

EMS Captain Chris Broussard, February 15

We have some big and exciting news to share!

Over the last several months, a group of Volunteer and Paid personnel have been working to replace our current ambulance. After many meetings, lots of hard work by the committee, and with the support of department’s Board Of Directors and Membership, we’ve officially purchased a new ambulance!

Our new unit will have many new safety features to keep ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Fire Lieutenant Zach Schneider, January 03

On Saturday afternoon at 3:39pm units from Winfield, New Windsor and Mt. Airy were alerted for a vehicle collision with rescue in the 3500 Block of Ridge Road (Route 27). Units arrived to an overturned wood chipper truck with the driver still trapped inside the truck. Duty 14 (Chief 14-2) established command. Crews from Engine 141, Engine 102 and Rescue 1 worked to stabilize the truck with chains ... (Full Story & Photos)

House Fire in Woodbine

Fire Lieutenant Zach Schneider, December 21

On Sunday evening December 20th at 8:48pm Box Alarm 14-10 was dispatched for house fire with reported people trapped in the 1800 Block of Gillis Falls Road. Based on this information Chief 14 (Davis) upgraded the assignment to include a Tanker Task Force and Rapid Intervention Dispatch. Duty 1 (S. Stull) was the first to arrive with fire through the roof of a large single family dwelling. Duty ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Debbie Gartrell, October 10

As we wrap up Fire Prevention Week, we wanted to remind you that Carroll County Fire Departments teamed up with the National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®) — the official sponsor of Fire Prevention Week for more than 90 years —to promote this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen!” The campaign works to educate everyone about simple but important actions ... (Full Story & Photos)

Winfield Community VFD Receives COVID-19 Responder Support Grant from the Williams Foundation

Chief Mark Davis, July 31

The Winfield Community Volunteer Fire Department is very pleased to announce that we are the recipients of a $1000.00 grant from the Williams Foundation for the purpose of supporting our COVID-19 response efforts. Williams Companies, Inc is an American energy company based in Tulsa, Oklahoma with operations also in Maryland. The Williams Foundation is the Williams Companies, Inc charitable organization ... (Full Story & Photos)

EMS Captain Christoper Broussard displays some of the much needed PPE supplies that will be purchased using the $1000 Williams Foundation, Inc. Grant.
EMS Captain Christoper Broussard displays some of the much needed PPE supplies that will be purchased using the $1000 Williams Foundation, Inc. Grant.


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Winfield Community Volunteer Fire Department
1320 West Old Liberty Road
Sykesville, MD 21784
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