Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department

2016 Responses
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Jan 67 31
Feb 58 43
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Total 125 74

Past Responses
Fire EMS
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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Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department

1991 Pierce Heavy Rescue Squad For Sale

June 30

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 Firechief@bavfd.org... (Full Story & Photos)

Come on out to the station !

Treasurer J. Hoover Thompson, April 23

Come on out to the station and take home a Chicken dinner ! May 6 , 2016 rain or shine come on out and dine with us. ... (Full Story & Photos)

2nd Alarm Building Fire

March 28

Engine 101 and Chief 10A responded to Indian Head Highway to report to staging on the Working Building Fire. Once in staging, Command requested them to assist with overhaul and hitting hot spots. The crew worked for over an hour assisting other companies with extensive overhaul conditions. Chief 11 held the Command. Great job to all companies operating.

Photos courtesy of PHVFD Co.7... (Full Story & Photos)

Crews Extricate One

March 25

Just after 2230 hours, Rescue Squad 10 responded to Penns Hill Road for the MVC. While enroute, Charles County ECC advised the units of a subject trapped, and they were upgraded the assignment. Units arrived to find a single vehicle off the road with the driver trapped. Chief 1 established the Command, while Chief 10 operated as the Rescue Group Supervisor. Crews from Squad 10 and RE13 worked together ... (Full Story & Photos)

Brush Fire in First Due

March 23

Units operated at Blacklock Farm Place in our first due area with a brush fire this afternoon. Crews found approx. 1 acre of woods on fire to the rear of a home. The crews knocked down the fire and mopped up the area within one hour. Chief 10A had the Command. Thank you to Chief 24 for all of his assistance on the scene.

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Shed and Brush Fire in Dentsville

March 22

Units from Bel Alton responded to and operated at a working fire in the Dentsville section of our first due. Units from co.10 and co.1 arrived to find a shed on fire with extension to surrounding brush. Chief 1 held the Command, and Chief 10 had the Operations Group. Brush units were alerted to assist crews at the scene. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Water Supply Drill

March 19

This morning, the Volunteers headed out for our 1st Quarter Saturday Drill. Today's training included rural and urban water supply, and hoseline and master streams applications. Thank you to everyone who showed up and made this drill a success. Crews trained for over 5 hours, and ended the day sitting down for a nice meal together as a Family.

Congratulations to those who completed some of their ... (Full Story & Photos)

Another Extrication on 301

March 13

Rescue Squad 10 and Engine 101 operated on this MVC with Extrication at 301/Popes Creek Road. Crews from Co.10 quickly extricated one occupant with the assistance of Rescue Engine 13. The patient was transferred to the care of EMS on scene and transported to a local hospital facility. Chief 4 had the Command.... (Full Story & Photos)

MVC with Hazmat

March 12

Rescue Squad 10, Foam Tanker 10, and Ambulance 109 responded to and operated on a vehicle rollover on Edge Hill Road involving a fuel oil spill. Chief 10 operated as the Recon Group Supervisor. Crews remained on scene for several hours while the Hazmat teams pumped off all of the product into another oil truck on scene. Chief 1 had the Command.... (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
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Bel Alton, MD 20611

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