Ice Rescue Drill

At the Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department, volunteers don’t only respond to emergencies, but they also dedicate their time to learning and perfecting effective rescue skills.  Tonight, 2/24/15, the WVFD volunteers spent time in the classroom learning practical rescue skills before executing ice rescues out in the field.  With these skills on board, WVFD crews will be appropriately prepared for any winter rescues that may occur.





House Fire in Company 11’s First Due

Several days ago, the Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department arrived as the fifth due engine to a house fire in  the Bryans Road Fire Department’s first due.  The volunteers served as RIT (the Rapid Intervention Team), as well as,  assisted with water shuttle services.




MVC with One Patient Transported

This morning, 2/6/15, at the intersection of the St. Charles Parkway and Billingsley Road, Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department volunteers responded to a multi-car collision.  They were able to efficiently assess the situation, and one patient was transported from the scene with minor injuries.


MVC Extrication Victims Trapped

On January 23rd, around 6 pm, the Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to an automobile accident on Theodore Green Boulevard, with reported subjects trapped.   Firefighters popped a door to free the trapped victim safely.

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