Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department

2014 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 73 36
Feb 69 35
Mar 55
Total 197 71

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

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Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department

May & June Chicken Dinner

Treasurer J. Hoover Thompson, May 30

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First Due Vehicle Fire

Assistant Chief Christopher Strybing, April 05

Just after 1900 hours, units from Engine Company 10 responded to Dove Drive and Oriole Lane for the vehicle fire. E102 arrived on scene to find an auto off the roadway fully involved. The crew stretched an attack line and quickly exthinguished the fire. The vehicle had run off the roadway in an attempt to avoid hitting an animal. The heat from the motor subsequently caught the brush on fire around ... (Full Story)

Production Report on Squad 10

Apparatus Committee Chairperson Cory Frye, April 02

The Apparatus Committee of the Bel Alton VFD is very excited to announce that production of the "2014 Rescue Squad 10" has begun as of March 28, 2014. Anyone that would be interested in following production the Pierce job number is 27202. These are the first pics of the cab. Stay tuned for more updates in the near future. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Evening Auto Fire

March 22

At 1909 hours, Engine 101 and Chief 10 responded with Engine 143 and Chief 14A for the auto fire on Budds Creek Road. Chief 14A arrived to find an auto fully involved with all occupants out of the vehicle. Both engine companies arrived together and advanced an attack line to extinguish the fire. St. Mary's Engine 23 was also dispatched on their side of Budds Creek Road, and arrived to assist units ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine Works Fire in Pomfret

March 05

Just before 1500 hours, Engine 101 responded to 7660 Marshalls Corner Road for the structure fire. Duty 7 arrived on scene and advised he had a shed style structure to the rear of a residence that was fully involved and had collapsed. E101 arrived in staging and were called to the scene with long hooks. The structure was found to have been occupied at one time, so crews switched to an offensive operation ... (Full Story & Photos)

Working Fire in Dentsville

Lieutenant Christopher Strybing, March 02

At 1115 hours, Station 10 along with surrounding companies were alerted to 8835 Margaret Court for the Structure Fire. Chief 3A (Waldorf) arrived and established the command and advised he had a 20x20 garage fully involved. First arriving units set up a water supply and deployed attack lines to extinguish the fire. With only the framing left standing, command quickly scaled the incident back and companies ... (Full Story & Photos)

Extrication in Port Tobacco

Lieutenant Christopher Strybing, February 27

At 1714 hours, Station 10 was alerted to assist Co.1 (La Plata) with a MVC on Port Tobacco Road near Valley Road. Squad 10 and Duty 10 responded along with Engine 14 (La Plata). Upon arrival, Squad 10 was advised they needed to remove a "B" post and the roof of a car. The crew went to work stabilizing the vehicle and setting up the tools. Engine 12 arrived on scene and assisted in the extrication ... (Full Story & Photos)

Budds Creek Road
Budds Creek Road

Snow Storm Puts Rescue Squad to Work

Lieutenant Christopher Strybing, February 13

At 1620 hours Rescue Squad 10 and Chief 10 responded to Budds Creek Road in the area of Stines Store Road for the MVC with Entrapment. First arriving Engine 143 confirmed the entrapment and established the "234 Command". Chief 10 arrived and assumed the command, while RS10 arrived and began their extrication assessment. Units went to work extricating the patient by removing both driver and passenger ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due Equipment Fire

Lieutenant Christopher Strybing, January 29

At approximately 1130 hours, Stations 10 and 14 were alerted for the Equipment Fire at the 'NRG' Asphalt Plant on Faulkner Road. Engine 101, Foam Tanker 10, and Chief 10A responded immediately after dispatch and were advised of a Bulldozer fully involved while enroute. Chief 14A arrived on scene and advised units that the fire was in a field about a mile off the road. E101 arrived to find the same ... (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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