Laurel Volunteer Rescue Squad

2014 Incidents
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Single Car Accident into Tree

Active Operational Scott Globerman, December 05

At 15:30 Hrs Amb 849B was dispatched for the Crash on Claxton Drive. A849B Transported a Child P-2 to Childrens Hospital in DC. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Squad 49 Dispatched to AACO RT295 Northbound at RT198

Active Operational Emmett Winston Jr, November 23

After running multiple ambulance calls, the volunteers were dispatched mutual aid to AACO for the personal injury accident involving a State Trooper and multiple cars. Enroute, AACO dispatched advised the Rescue Squad that they were needed for the landing site for Eagle 1. SQ49 responded with 3 volunteers and Chief 49 to make up staffing. SQ49 operated on scene for 30 minutes. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Second arriving engine on Howard County house fire

Firefighter Daniel Dodd, November 22

9525 Old Lantern Way: At 0339 Engine 849 and ambulance 849 were alerted for the garage fire in Howard county. Unit arrived on scene with the working fire and extension into the house. Engine arrived second arriving and stretched a line to the garage and advanced into the house. No injuries were reported and returned to service at 0515. ... (Full Story & Photos)

A BIG THANK YOU to Branchville!

Firefighter Daniel Dodd, November 08

The officers and member of the Laurel Volunteer Rescue Squad would like to say thank you to the Branchville Volunteer Fire department for lending us one of their engines. LVRS had the rescue squad out for routine maintenance then the rescue engine had to go out unplanned for repairs as well. follow Branchville at their website and twitter: @branchvillefire... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Engine first arriving for the apartment fire

Daniel Dodd, October 26

Rescue Engine 49 was alerted to 925 Seventh St. for the apartment fire. RE49 and C49 were first to arrive and found smoke showing from a second floor window. Re49 assumed first due responsibilities, Threw ladders, and stretched a line to the second floor where they found a small kitchen fire. The fire was brought under control quickly and held RE849, E810, and Tk831 to check for extensions. E810 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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14910 Bowie Road
PO Box 1278
Laurel, MD 20725

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