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LVRS Water Rescue Team Supports Polar bear Plunge

Active Operational Justin Titman, February 01

On Saturday, January 30th, LVRS Water Rescue Team members along with over 200 other public safety personnel, helped to staff the 2016 Maryland Special Olympics Polar Bear Plunge. Nearly 6,000 "plungers" (including LVRS' own Barry and Jessica Johnson) waded, dove, or splashed into the 39 degree water at Sandy Point State Park in Annapolis, in the annual charity event hosted by the Maryland State Police ... (Full Story & Photos)

BGE Grant Announcement

Active Operational Justin Titman, January 25

The Baltimore, Gas and Electric Company (BGE) recently announced its intention to award equipment funds to the Laurel Volunteer Rescue Squad. An event is planned for January 29th in Baltimore, MD, when BGE will announce grants to 65 area public safety non-profits. The grants awarded will fund a wide range of emergency response and safety equipment and training programs to help benefit the communities ... (Full Story & Photos)

LVRS urges Ice Safety – “No Ice is Safe Ice”

Active Operational Justin Titman, January 25

The recent cold snap and this weekend’s snowstorm may combine to create deadly conditions on frozen lakes, ponds and streams. There are no hard and fast rules about ice safety because weather, water depth and other physical factors all play a role. We like to repeat the excellent saying that “No ice is safe ice”, because warm spells, rain, daytime sun glare, and many other factors all contribute ... (Full Story)

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LVRS Staffs Multiple Crews During Snow Storm

Active Operational Justin Titman, January 22

As one of the Biggest storms in History bears down on the Laurel Area. LVRS is staffed with multiple crews. Getting the Rescue Engine, Rescue Squad and Ambos out the door to help the citizens of laurel and surrounding areas. Has you will see in the video, all our bunks are full. We hope they will be able to use them tonight. Please stay off the roads and let the snow crews plow the roads. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Engine 49 and Chief 49B run townhouse fire

Active Operational AJ Messam, January 18

At 1540 hrs, company 49 was alerted to North Arbory Way for reported townhouse on fire. Company 10 arrived on scene with smoke showing, and declared a working fire dispatch. RE849 and Chief 849B took assignments as delegated by Chief 810B, assisting in advancing lines, checking for extension, and setting up RIT.

Credit for photo by BVFD31 & Kevin Maurival... (Full Story & Photos)

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

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