Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department

2017 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 65 30
Feb 62 25
Mar 128 10*
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 255 65

Past Responses
Fire EMS
2016 630 395
2015 617 351
2014 610 340
2013 579 293
2012 708 446
2011 612 271
2010 627 217
2009 558 548

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May 12, 2008
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Apr 27, 2017
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Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.

 

Fried Chicken Dinners

May 05

Come out and support your local Volunteers. 100% of the proceeds of this dinner will be donated to the Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. for the assistance in the acquisition of new equipment!!! Spread the word and come by to see us on May 5th from 5-7 p.m.

Any questions, please call our station at 301-934-6973.... (Full Story & Photos)

We Support Colonial Beach

Chief Chris Strybing, April 22

The Bel Alton Volunteers send our thoughts of support and praise to the Colonial Beach Volunteer Fire Department during their time of need and recovery from the severe storm they encountered recently. We are here to help however we can, and we are thinking of you all as you continue to clean up and restore everyday operations. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Severe Weather Takes Units to Westmoreland

April 21

Around 2000 hours, Engine Company 10 was alerted to King George County to assist with filling the quarters of NDWFD Co.28 due to several calls from severe storms that had come through the area. Engine 101 started that way, leaving a second crew back at our station. While enroute, E101 was moved to KG Company 1 for the fill-in. A short time later, E101 was rerouted to for a tree on a house. While they ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Squad 10 Assists Cadet Program

April 20

Rescue Squad 10 assisted the Cadet Program today at the Maryland Fire & Rescue Institute - SMRTC. FF Consolo is seen in one of the photos reviewing air tools and their set up to the students. The cadets are gearing up for vehicle machinery rescue skills, and the Rescue Squad will be assisting them again next week on a field trip to a local junk yard for practical evolutions.... (Full Story & Photos)

Early Morning Rollover

March 24

Shortly after 0400 hours, Rescue Squad 10 and Chief 10 responded to the MVC with Extrication off of Edge Hill Road in Co.14's area. Crews worked for over 30 minutes extricating a total of 4 patients, with a 5th patient being freed prior to FD arrival. Crews were faced with a challenge due to the vehicle being down a grade into a small ravine. A hauling system was set up to bring the victims to street ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Squad 10 Lives On

March 20

One more amazing photo of former Rescue Squad 10 at her new home in Illinois. Continuing to serve those in their time of need, even after 25 years.
... (Full Story & Photos)

Showing Our Pride

March 18

Today, our dedicated Volunteers came together to show some pride and attention to our apparatus. After what we hope was the last burst of winter, it's time to put a spring shine on. The members have been working since early this morning on various tasks such as; washing/waxing, polishing wheels, cleaning out interiors, and making sure everything is ready for our next responses.

Success is not measured ... (Full Story & Photos)

Storm Trouble

March 14

This is a scene from Dove Drive taken by one of our neighbors. Crews have handled countless tree downs over the last 18 hours, and with the winds and frigid temperatures expected overnight, that could mean more calls for service to be expected.
We would like to take a minute to also recognize our brave crews from SMECO who have been out in the cold and wet since the first flakes fell, doing their ... (Full Story & Photos)

Passing of Life Member Clyde Forsee

March 06

We regret to announce the passing of Life Member Clyde Forsee. Funeral details are provided below in the link.

http://www.raymondfuneralservice.com/m/obituaries/Clyde-Forsee/Memories... (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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