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2021 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan. 26 55
Feb. 22 62
March 42 64
April 28 66
May 38 63
June 29 71
July 34 53
August 28 64
Sept. 41 90
Oct. 28 84
Nov.
Dec.
Total 316 672

2021 Unit Run Stats
E41 436
WS42 10
RE4 224
ET44 49
B47 16
B48 10
P45 662
A46 122
U4 3
Total 1532

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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By Captain Kyle Stull
March 1, 2022

At 14:38 (2:38 PM) Carroll County 911 center received calls for and dispatched box alarm 14-14 for a reported trailer home on fire at Ashley’s Trailer Park in the 5900 block of Woodbine road in Winfield Fire company’s first due response area.

Station 4 was alerted to assist on the assignment as the second due engine company (E41) and tanker (TT17 from station 4) and the first due water supply piece (WS42). Engine 41 and Tanker 17 responded immediately after dispatch, followed shortly by Water Supply 42. While en route, Carroll Chief 14 requested the Rapid intervention Dispatch and Tanker Task force and reported that he had 2 trailer homes on fire. Engine 41 arrived and the crew went to work assisting the engine crew from Winfield. Tanker 17 arrived and supplied units on the opposite side of the building while Water Supply 42 assisted in setting up multiple draft sites for a water shuttle due to the areas lack of fire hydrants.

Multiple other units from Howard county, as well as Frederick County assisted units from Carroll in extinguishment and overhaul. Units operated for approximately 5 and a half hours on scene before returning to service.

While units were committed in Carroll County, Howard County 911 received a call for a brush fire in the 15000 block of Bushy Park road in the 13-03 box area. Units arrived on location to find fire in a densely wooded area and requested additional units. Both Brush 47 and Brush 48 responded and assisted to control the fire and extinguish hotspots.

These multi-unit responses are only possible due to the great partnership we have with the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue and our volunteers!

If you want to be part of something, we’re always looking for and accepting applications for new members! No Training Required! You can find the application at https://www.lisbonvfc.org/content/join/file/Membership%20Application.pdf
(Please scan and send completed applications to JoinUs@LisbonVFC.org)

For any questions about membership feel free to contact our membership committee at JoinUs@LisbonVFC.org

Units: E41, TT17 (running in place of ET44), WS42, B47, B48
 
Hyperlinks: Application
 

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