Dunkirk (Calvert County) Building Fire?

Status
Not open for further replies.

troymail

Silent Key
Joined
Dec 19, 2002
Messages
9,982
Location
Supply (Lockwood Inlet area), NC
So there's some sort of building fire in Dunkirk (Calvert County) but since I cannot receive Calvert from my location, hopefully, someone down there can fill us in...

Anne Arundel originally sent 2 units and then 3-4 more units to the scene (pretty much all fire suppression units south of Central Ave (Woodland Beach) were responding on the call.

AA E-62 is transfered to E-9
AA E-172 was going to AA Co. station 42 but was then directed to transfer to Calvert station 5 (Dunkirk).
AA E-342 is headed for Co. 42 now.
 

Chris5

Member
Joined
Apr 13, 2004
Messages
58
Location
Dunkirk MD
FIRST DUE BUILDING FIRE ON KEITH LANE
Tuesday, October 17, 2006
On Monday at 1907 hrs, Calvert dispatched Commercial Box 502 for the building fire located at 681 Keith Lane. Engine 52, Squad 5, Tanker 5, Brush 5, Ambulance 58, Utility 5, Chief 5A (McAllister), Chief 5B (Miles), Safety Officer 5 (King) operated on the scene from Dunkirk. Engine 22 (Right place at the right time) coming back from Baltimore was first on the scene with a working fire. Units from Dunkirk arrived shortly after, and went to work with fire on the first and second floor. Units from Dunkirk, North Beach, Huntingtown, Prince Frederick, all worked togeather and did an outstanding job on this incident. Kudos to Prince Frederick for having that horseshoe with them, as they came through Chaneyville Road when the call was dispatched. Good Job everyone once again, and Prince Frederick you owe us one up North.


2 weeks later


Wednesday, November 8, 2006, 07:00 AM - On Tuesday at 1850 hrs, Calvert dispatched a box on Keith Lane for a Building Fire. Engine 51, Squad 5, Tanker 5, Ambulance 58, Utility 5, Chief 5 (Wells), Chief 5A (McAllister), Chief 5B (Miles) responded with 23 Volunteers. Units from Dunkirk arrived on the scene and found a fire on side charlie in a saw dust catcher. Command held company 5 units and returned the remainder of the box.

At 2030 hrs, Calvert dispatched a box on 7th Street for a Chimney Fire. Engine 51, Squad 5 responded with 12 Volunteers leaving three crews back in Dunkirk. Units from Dunkirk were placed in service prior to arrival. Engine 51, Tanker 5 were back out the door responding on a Trailer Fire located in the 9-4 box at 2354 hrs.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top