Due to inclement weather, the Shrove Dinner scheduled for February 9th, will be cancelled.
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.
Come Join the WVFD for our September 27th Quarter Auction! Details as listed below:
* A print out version of the flyer has been included at the bottom of this post.
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Over the past week, the members of the Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department have responded to multiple fires. Members have worked diligently, providing responses with multiple crews throughout the week no matter the time of day, helping our neighboring counties, as well as, the Charles County region. Even under the pressure of repeated hours of work under stressful conditions, the crews have shown pride and dedication in all of their work. Good work WVFD!
Monday, August 17th
PG County, Accolawn Road Fire
Truck 3 responded to Co. 824’s first due in Prince George’s County to assist with the junk yard fire.
Monday, August 17th
Structure Fire at Fairhaven Road
Truck 3, Engine 31, and Engine 32 all arrived to this fire.
Tuesday, August 18th
Barn Structure Fire, Glock Place
Another busy day at the WVFD. Truck 3 and Engine 31 were alerted to a barn fire, where drafting operations were initiated.
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Wednesday, August 19th
Large Pallet Fire off of Industrial Drive
Crews arrived at a large outside fire, effectively extinguishing the hazard.
Fire 3 spent their drill night on August the 18th, learning proper drafting technique for our non-hydrant areas of Charles County. With multiple fires over the past several weeks requiring this skill for optimal fire ground operations, Fire 3 decided to be ahead of the ball by ensuring members skills were ready for future draft site operations.