Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department

2015 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 46 34
Feb 62 24
Mar 38 24
Apr 54 28
May 53 15
Jun 36 12
Jul 22 14
Aug 49 54
Total 360 205

Past Responses
Fire EMS
2014 610 340
2013 579 293
2012 708 446
2011 612 271
2010 627 217
2009 558 548

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Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department

1991 Pierce Heavy Rescue Squad For Sale

December 31

Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department is currently offering our 1991 Pierce Lance Heavy Rescue Squad for your consideration.

All inquiries should be emailed to Fire Chief Williams at (Full Story & Photos)

First Due Shed Fire

September 19

While Rescue Squad 10 and Ambulance 109 were responding to an MVC in the first due, a shed fire was dispatched on Fairgrounds Road. Engine 101 and Duty 1 arrived to find a shed with smoke showing. The units from Co. 10 cleared the MVC and added onto the structure fire. Crews from Co. 1 & Co. 10 found a small fire in the back of the shed and extinguished the same. The remainder of the assignment was ... (Full Story & Photos)

House Fire in Port Tobacco

August 25

Just after 0600 hours, units were dispatched for the House Fire on Vacchiano Drive in Co.1's area. First arriving units found a Working Basement fire with extension to the first floor and attic area of the home. RS10 arrived and went to work performing searches and securing utilities. Duty 10 was assigned Water Supply and reported to Port Tobacco Marina to assist Engine 11 at the draft site. Tanker ... (Full Story)

Fire at Power Plant

August 24

Just after 1800 hours, stations were alerted for the Hazmat Box at the Morgantown Generating Station in Co.14's area. Units arrived to find a Working Fire in an area that involved high voltage lines. Special Ops Chief 17 worked with power plant personnel, as well as the crews on the interior to coordinate a fire attack in a safe and efficient manner. Engine company 10 operated with crews from Truck ... (Full Story)

Barn Fire with Explosion

August 18

Just one day after the fire in Co.14's area, the BAVFD was back to action at a Barn Fire in Co.2's area. Rescue Squad 10 and Foam Tanker 10 made the response to Glock Place. First arriving units found a barn fully involved, threatening several other structures. First arriving crews made a quick knock and contained the fire to the original structure. Crews on scene were faced with a unique experience ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine and Tanker Run House Fire

August 17

Shortly after lunchtime, Engine 102 and Foam Tanker 10 responded to Fairhaven Road in Co.14's area for the reported House on Fire. Engine 102 arrived first to find fire showing from Division 2. E102's crew began an aggressive interior attack, deploying a pre-connect attack line. Due to water supply issues, the crew was pulled out several times, and eventually due to deteriorating conditions on the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine Assists with Flyout

August 13

At 1341 hours, Engine 102 responded to 13940 Waverly Point Road to assist Company 14 with the landing site for MSP Trooper 7. A medevac was requested due to a fall with traumatic injuries. The crew from E102 assisted units from co. 14 with loading of the patient and stood by for the landing zone.

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National Night Out 2015

August 04

Tonight, the members loaded up and headed to our Annual National Night Out event with our neighbors in the Chestnut Grove community. Everyone had fun like always, and the members were treated to some yummy food and treats. We love our relationships within our community. Stop by the station sometime, and get to know your local VOLUNTEERS. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Mutual Aid Response for Saw Mill Fire

July 31

Just before 0400 hours, units were alerted to St. Mary's County for the Structure Fire on James Road. This brought Rescue Squad 10, Foam Tanker 10, and Chief 10B on the call. First arriving units from MVFD Co.2 found a saw mill on fire, with a building collapse, and fuel burning. Company 10 units arrived on scene and went to work assisting units with pulling out debris to aid in the extinguishment ... (Full Story & Photos)

Mission Statement

"The mission of the Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department is to protect the lives and property of the citizens it serves through education in the prevention of hazardous conditions, and when necessary the prompt, efficient and, professional delivery of emergency services".

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Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department
9765 Bel Alton Newtown Road
Bel Alton, MD 20611

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