MVC Extrication

Today, May 13th, the Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department responded to a motor vehicle accident in La Plata’s first due, requiring that patients be cut out of their car.  The WVFD assisted in extricating the patients safely from the vehicle.  Patients were then flown out to receive further care.


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In Honor of Our Fallen and Injured Brothers


The WVFD would like to offer our deepest condolences to the  Prince George’s County Fire/EMS Department, as well as, the family and friends of fallen firefighter John E. Ulmschneider, and injured firefighter, Kevin Swain.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this challenging time.

MVC Extrication on the St. Charles Parkway

On January 1st, 2016, the Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department arrived on scene to a single vehicle accident on the St. Charles Parkway, with one occupant trapped.  Squad 3 and Rescue Engine 123 worked to free the trapped occupant, requiring the utilization of several Hurst Tools.  Providers from the Paramedic Ambulance on scene provided patient care.  Engine 13 managed the LZ at Stoddert Middle School, enabling those injured to be flown out by Trooper 2.

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PG MVC Extrication

Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department responded to a Prince George’s County MVC extrication on November 6th.  Squad 3 arrived, extricating one patient who was pinned in their car.  Three patients were flown out.

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HazMat Drill Night

On September 22nd, the NDW Indian Head HazMat 20 arrived to train Waldorf Volunteer Fire 3 members during a white powder drill simulation.  Crews were trained to use HazMat devices, as well as, how to do proper Decon.

Big thanks to HazMat 20 for all of their training and expert knowledge!

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