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2021 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan. 26 55
Feb. 23 91
March
April
May
June
Total 49 146

2021 Unit Run Stats
E41 88
WS42 2
RE4 49
ET44 12
B47 1
B48 3
P45 110
A46 40
U4 2
Total 307

2020 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan. 27 79
Feb. 31 52
March 27 48
April 18 43
May 19 42
June 27 57
July 37 52
Aug. 25 45
Sep. 27 53
Oct. 25 59
Nov. 36 47
Dec. 21 67
Total 320 644

2020 Unit Run Stats
E41 425
WS42 13
RE4 249
ET44 42
B47 20
B48 8
P45 676
A46 29
U4 10
Total 1472

Unit Run Stats
2O19: 2O18: 2O17:
E41 436 470 248
WS42 5 23 18
RE4 271 291 221
ET44 52 61 58
B47 33 21 32
B48 6 13 5
P45 853 878 828
A46 1 30 8
U4 10 52 128
DTY4 37 43 9
Total 1706 1884 1557

Incidents by Year
Year Fire EMS
2014 318 664
2015 314 745
2016 315 744
2017 338 751
2018 403 827
2019 407 742
2020 320 644


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Evening House Fire in Frederick County
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By Secretary Christopher Bowman
August 11, 2021

Shortly before 5:00 Wednesday evening, August 11, 2021 units from Frederick, Montgomery, and Carroll counties were alerted for the report of a house fire in the 9500 block of Ball Rd in Ijamsville. Crews arrived to find a large two story house with fire showing and additional units were requested. ET44 was alerted and responded on the tanker task force to assist with rural water supply operations. While operating in the house, Battalion Chief Joshua Laird (FE251, Green Valley) fell through a compromised area in the floor and later succumbed to his injuries.

The members and officers of the Lisbon Volunteer Fire Company extend their deepest sympathies to Battalion Chief Laird’s family, friends, and all of Frederick County DFRS.

During the incident E41 transferred to the New Market Volunteer Fire Department (Frederick Station 15) and remained until just after 22:00 when they responded to a vehicle collision with rescue in Mt. Airy and set up a landing site for MSP Trooper 3. ET44 also responded on the accident and assisted at the scene. While E41 and ET44 were committed in Frederick a crew staffed WS42 in the station.

Unless otherwise listed photos are courtesy of social media.

Units: E41 ET44 WS42
 
 

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