Grasonville Fire Department
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The Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department is one of 9 totally volunteer fire departments in Queens Anne's County Maryland. Station 2 is located at 4128 Main Street in the heart of Grasonville. The department prides itself on giving the residents of Grasonville and surrounding communities the very best service possible. If interested in helping us out just stop by the firehouse or give us a call at 410-827-8100.

Grasonville Photo Of The Day

MVC with Entrapment on RT 8

Tuesday, February 25, 2014  At approximately 08:00 Hours on March 25th Rescue 2 was alerted to assist Company 1 with an MVC with Entrapment. Rescue 2 and Chief 2 responded on the run and arrived behind Rescue 1 to find at two car crash with one person trapped. Rescue 2's crew assisted company 1 with stabilization while they popped a door to gain access to the victim. Company Two cleared shortly after.

     



 

Small Fire in Bay City

Saturday, February 22, 2014  At approximately 13:30 Hours Company Two was alerted for the Dwelling Fire in the community of Bay City on Kent Island. Engine 22, Truck 2 and Tanker 2 responded on the alarm. Engine 22 arrived first and stretch two lines. The Engine Company's crew found a fire in a utility room with minimal extension. After opening up and assuring this the box alarm was placed in service.

     



 

Engine 22 Runs 2 Alarm Boat Fire in Annapolis

Thursday, January 23, 2014  Around 10:45 Hours Engine 22 was alerted to transfer to Anne Arundel County while their units worked a large Boat fire. While en-route, Engine 22 was picked up on the second alarm. After the Engine cleared the fireground they were transferred to Annapolis City.

   


 

House Fire in Bay City

Monday, January 20, 2014  This morning at 03:47 Hours Company Two was alerted for a dwelling fire in the Bay City Community of Kent Island. Engine 25, Truck 2 and Tanker 2 responded with 8 volunteers. Chief 1 arrived to find a large 3 story home fully involved. Engine 25 arrived next, laid a line from the hydrant and stretched two lines. Tower 1 and Truck 2 used their Ladder Pipes to extinguish the bulk of the fire with the help of multiple lines. Engine 25 pumped 650 Feet of 1 3/4 hose, 250 Feet of 2 1/2, 200 feet of 3 inch and 200 Feet of 5 inch. Every single line off the Engine was pumped including the LDH. Tanker 2 was used to Pump Truck 2 thanks to the Secondary Water Supply from Company 9. Units worked for 4 hours to mop up and rack hose.

     

Photo by Jim Studebaker

Photo by Jim Studebaker



 

GRASONVILLE VFD EXTREME SUMMER GIVE-AWAY

Tuesday, December 31, 2013   GRASONVILLE VFD EXTREME SUMMER GIVE-AWAY

GRAND PRIZE - Trip for 2 Adults, 1 teen, and 1 child to Disney World - Florida  4 nights and includes Airfare, hotel, transportation, and park passes 

or

Trip to Miami for 2 adults, 1 teen, and 1 child - 4 nights and includes Hotel, Airfare, and transportation.

2nd Place - 4 Night Stay at The Dunes Manor Hotel in Ocean City, Md.

3rd Place - 60 Inch Flat Screen TV

Raffle tickets are $10 each or 5 for $40

Winners will be drawn in the Spring of 2014

Proceeds will go towards the GVFD New Building Fund

     
Grand Prize - Miami

Grand Prize - Miami

Grand Prize - Disney World - Orlando

Grand Prize - Disney World - Orlando



 

ENGINE, TRUCK, TANKER, RESCUE, AND CHIEF GO TO HOUSE FIRE IN THE 1-2

Thursday, December 19, 2013 18:20  At 18:20 hours the station was alerted to assist Kent Island on a House Fire at 331 Little Lots Road in the 1-2 Box.  Engine 22, Truck 2, Tanker 2, Rescue 2, and Chief 2 responded on the Run with 20 Volunteers.  Chief 10 arrived on scene to find a 2 Story Single Family with Smoke showing.  Engine 22 laid a 3 inch supply from the middle of the block to the scene.  The Engine crew pulled the rear 300 Ft 1 3/4 and extinguished fire in the Kitchen area of the residence.  The Truck crew went to the second floor to check for extension and search the 2nd floor.  Tanker 2 picked up the hydrant that Engine 22 layed out from and the Crew from Rescue 2 was assigned RIT.  Our units cleared the scene at 19:34 hours.  Asst. Chief Schlotterceck was the Incident Commander. 

     



 

ENGINE, TRUCK, AND TANKER GO TO 2 ALARM FIRE IN THE 4-3

Tuesday, December 17, 2013 10:07  At 10:07 hours the Station was alerted for a House Fire at 110 Mallard Drive in the 4-3 Box (Centreville).  Engine 22, Truck 2, and Tanker 2 responded on the Fire with 9 Volunteers.  While Enroute Engine 44 reported a Large Column of Smoke and requested the Tanker Task Force.  Engine 44 and Chief 3 arrived on scene confirming a working fire in a 1 1/2 Story Single Family House.  Chief 3 assumed the Command and had units start a defensive attack.  Engine 22 and Truck 2 crews arrived and went to work on the second floor area of the house once units were allowed inside.  Tanker 2 served as the nurse tanker at the scene.  Our units cleared the scene at 14:27 hours.

     



 

TWO AUTO'S ON FIRE IN THE 2-12

Thursday, November 28, 2013  At approximately 16:40 Hours Company Two was alerted for an auto fire in the 2-12 Box. Chief 2 arrived to find 2 auto's involved with a possible exposure to a home. Engine 25 arrived, extinguished the fire and found no extension into the home. Tanker 2 was also on the call but was not used. Units cleared shortly after. Officer 202 (McCombs) had the Governors Way Command.

   


 

ENGINE, TANKER, AND CHIEF GO TO WORKING HOUSE FIRE IN THE 3-10 BOX - 145 RUSTIC ACRES LANE

Monday, November 25, 2013 10:11  At 10:11 hours the station was alerted to assist Station 3 (Queenstown) with a house fire at 145 Rustic Acres Lane in the 3-10 Box.  Engine 25, Tanker 2, and Chief 2 responded  on the run with 8 Volunteers.  Engine 32 arrived on scene with a 1 story single family with smoke showing.  Engine 25 was directed into the scene with the Tanker picking up Engine 32 supply line on Rt. 50.  The crew from Engine 25 pulled a second line and assisted with fire attack.  The crew from the tanker utilized Ladders from E-25, laddered the roof and opened up the roof.  The fire was under control in 15 minutes.  Our units cleared the scene at 12:55 hours.  Asst. Chief Schulz was the Incident Commander.

     



 

FIRST DUE HOUSE FIRE AT 204 WHITEHOUSE DRIVE

Tuesday, November 19, 2013 16:06  At 16:06 hours the station was alerted for Box 2-10 for a House Fire at 204 Whitehouse Road.  Engine 25, Tanker 2, and Chief 2 responded on the Run with 10 Volunteers.  Engine 25 arrived to find a 2 story single family with fire on the outside of the house with the homeowner attempting to extinguish.  Our crews finished extinguishing the remaining hots spots and checked for any extension.  Command held the units from Grasonville and returned the rest of the assignment.  Our units cleared the scene at 16:32 hours.  Lt. Totaro had the Command.

     



 
 
 

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