Laurel Volunteer Rescue Squad

2014 Incidents
Jan 475
Feb 421
Mar 407
Apr 437
May 474
Jun 416
Jul 476
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
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One Trapped on Laurel Bowie Road

August 10

On Sunday, August 10th, Rescue Squad 49 and Ambulance 49 were alerted to a reported motor vehicle accident with one trapped at the intersection of Laurel Bowie road and Fort Meade road. With 10 volunteers, LVRS members extricated the citizen, packaged him and performed EMS care. Chief 49 had command and units cleared in just under 35 min. ... (Full Story & Photos)

LVRS Fleet
LVRS Fleet

National Night Out

August 06

After some rest from the first due fire, LVRS volunteers participated in Laurel's annual National Night Out. With 14 Volunteers present, LVRS was able to demonstrate to the community we serve, what we do on a daily basis. An demonstration of a basic extrication was done, while the rest of our fleet was on display to the community. LVRS takes a lot of pride in what we do. Showing it of to the community ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due Fire on Second Street

August 06

In the early hours of August 6th, Rescue Engine 49 was alerted to a reported structure fire at 109 Second Street in the historic part of LVRS' first due. Staffed with 5 volunteers, the crew arrived to find a 2 story salon with fire showing from the second floor. A 1 3/4 250' attack line was stretched for fire control. The crew extinguished the fire, performed searches and worked on overhaul for about ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Engine 49 on side Alpha
Rescue Engine 49 on side Alpha

Nicholson Family receives award at PGVFRA Special Tribute Ceremony

Assistant Chief Michael Haggerty, August 03

On Saturday 8/2/14, Chief Mark Arsenault attended an awards gala to recognize a couple of our very own.

Marion and John "Little Nick" Nicholson were awarded several awards for their tireless and long standing dedication to the members and community through the LVRS and the Prince George's County Fire/EMS Department on a daily basis in one for or another.

John Nicholson has over 40 years with the ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due House Fire

August 02

On August 2nd, at 2013, Rescue Engine 49, Chief 49, and Chief 49B were alerted to a reported house fire with people trapped at 13716 Engleman Drive. Chief 49B was the first arriving unit to the scene. He reported a 2 story single family dwelling with fire showing from the garage. It was also noted that fire had extended into the home. Rescue Engine 49 deployed a 200 foot 1 3/4 attack line and knocked ... (Full Story & Photos)

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

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