Laurel Volunteer Rescue Squad

2014 Incidents
Jan 475
Feb 421
Mar 407
Apr 437
May 474
Jun 416
Jul 476
Aug 469
Sep 436
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 4011

Unit Stats
Engine Co. Squad Co. Amb.
Sept 112 52 243
Total 112 52 243

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Crash involving LPD

Daniel Dodd, October 24

0134: Squad 849 and Ambulance 849B was alerted to Washington Blvd. and Main St. For the crash. The ambulance was first on scene after returning from another call to find 2 cars involving Laurel PD. Ambulance 831 was added for a second PT. The officer was transported for check up and no major injuries. This incident started in Howard county when the SUV was avoiding Howard county Police. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Car into the building

Daniel Dodd, October 23

2239: RE849 and A849B along with E810 and a technical support unit S814 was alerted to 9429 Nicklaus Ln. for the car into the house. Re849 arrived to find a car into the bay window of the townhome and established command. After investigation no major damage was found to the home and no injuries were reported. C49 (B886) had command.... (Full Story & Photos)

Didn't quite make it

Daniel Dodd, October 14

Squad 49 and Ambulance 49 were alerted for the personal injury accident at the corner of Main St. and Lafayette ave. Once units arrived, they found a tractor trailer that had tried to make it under the CSX bridge and got stuck. C49 took command and requested a CSX track inspector to look at the bridge before they removed the truck. There was no major damage and no injuries to the driver of the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Howard county Townhouse fire: 9402 Woodsong Ct.

Active Support Daniel Dodd, October 10

Just after 1300hrs RE849 was alerted to Howard county for the townhouse fire. RE849 and C849B responded with 7 personnel. Re849 arrived second Due and was instructed by command to take a line to the Bravo exposure and stop fire spread. RE849 pulled a 400ft line and was able to stop fire in the attic that was spreading into the other townhomes. Units remained on scene for a little over 2 hours.... (Full Story & Photos)

Help us achieve our Goal for purchasing a forcible entry prop

October 09

Have you ever wondered how the fire department can get through people's front door so quickly in the event of an emergency? Have you even had an emergency where a family member had fallen and couldn't get to the door or been unable to make entry to a house to check on the welfare of a loved one?

We, at the Laurel Volunteer Rescue Squad, strive to provide the best, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Laurel Volunteer Rescue Squad
14910 Bowie Road
PO Box 1278
Laurel, MD 20725

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