Laurel Volunteer Rescue Squad

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Joint Training with the Laurel Houses, Companies 49 & 10

Lieutenant Winston, January 23

On January 22nd, 2015, Laurel Volunteer Rescue Squad teamed up with Laurel Volunteer Fire Department to do a joint training session. Companies watched a video called the "Art of Reading Smoke" by Dave Dodson. This video is a teaching aid on how to read smoke behavior on the scenes of structure fires. Companies talked through scenarios that they may run into in the Laurel area due to the multiple ... (Full Story)


THE ART OF READING SMOKE from PaloAltoFireTraining on Vimeo.

 
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LVRS Conducts Ice Rescue Training and Certification Class

Captain Rich Takacs, January 10

With the recent onset of cold weather and ice formation, LVRS members took advantage of the opportunity to conduct ice rescue training for our members.

On Saturday, January 10th, with temperatures "warming up" to near 25 degrees, LVRS members completed class training in the morning and donned ice rescue suits in the afternoon to practice the newly learned techniques. Using suits specially designed ... (Full Story)


 
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Laurel Volunteer Rescue Squad 2014 Year in Review

January 05

Check out our Year in Review video.

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SQ49 to Rt 1 and Contee Rd For One Trapped

Emmett Winston, December 30

On 12/30/2014, SQ49 was alerted for a Personal Injury Accident with one trapped. C49B (Haggerty) arrived on scene and completed an initial size up of what needed to be done to free the patient in the best way to minimize further harm. SQ49 arrived on scene and performed the necessary steps to free the patient. Patient was freed in under 10 minutes. Units cleaned up and cleared in under 30 minutes. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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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)

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

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