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ENGINE 332, RESCUE ENGINE 33 AND THE CHIEF RUN SEAT PLEASANT HOUSE FIRE: 613 64TH AVE

Thursday, March 26, 2015  Engine 332, Engine 333, and Chief 33 responded with a total of 10 men to a house fire in Seat Pleasant this evening. The wagon was dispatched as the 3rd due engine, and the Rescue Engine as the 3rd due special service. Engine Co 33, on the air picking up some pizza for dinner, responded from Killmer Street and 202, and both units arrived as dispatched. Engine 332 laid 300' of 3", and 250' of 1.5" to the rear, gave a rear size up, then stretched through the basement with negative searches and negative extension. The company then repositioned the line to the 2nd floor, where they checked for vertical extension and ventilated. Rescue Engine 33 established RIT as ordered, while Chief 33 had Division 1. Both units worked for roughly 20 minutes before being placed in service. And none of the pizza was lost.


     



 

NEW MERCHANDISE COMING!: TOWER LADDER 33 T-SHIRT

Wednesday, March 11, 2015  Tower Ladder 33 is a very history rich unit and responds to numerous fires every year. It is also well known that the Kentland Volunteer Fire Department produces T-shirts to display the pride that exists among its members, its friends and the fire service as a whole. It has been an extended time since our last new Tower Ladder shirt has been available to the public. Shipping in the next few weeks, the newest of the Kentland VFD T-shirts is ready for pre order on our company store. www.kentland33.myshopify.com. This will be the first to showcase our 2011 Seagrave/75' Aerialscope affectionately known as "Lucille"

     
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TOWER LADDER, CHIEF AND DEPUTY CHIEF 33 ON A SMALL FIRE IN A DISTRICT HEIGHTS TOWNHOUSE: 6800 BLOCK OF AMBER HILL COURT

Monday, March 9, 2015  Tower 33 was dispatched 2nd due, and arrived as such on this Monday morning box alarm. After Battalion 3 went on scene with smoke showing, units found a fire on the second floor with sprinkler activation. Tower 33 was sent to the rear to check the basement for reported occupants and control utilities. Once the small fire was knocked, Command held it with 1 and 1.

   


 

SMALL FIRE IN CHEVERLY HOUSE: 6438 FOREST RD

Sunday, March 8, 2015  A fire in the attic of a Cheverly home (formerly Company 22's first due) brought Engine and Tower 33 to a Co 9 box alarm. Engine 331, 2nd due, stretched the 400' and stood by with the Tower per Chief 9. Company 9 found fire involving 3 rafter bays in the attic with no further extension, and units quickly returned to service.


   


 

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EXTRICATION ON THE BELTWAY FOR RESCUE ENGINE 33: INNER LOOP PRIOR TO PENNSYLVANIA AVE

Saturday, March 7, 2015  A little after 6:30 in the morning, Rescue Engine 33 was alerted to respond to the Inner loop of the Capital Beltway prior to Pennsylvania Avenue. Company 37 arrived to find one vehicle on top of another, with one person trapped. Rescue Engine 33 arrived and stabilized both vehicles and performed a side wall removal on both sides of the top vehicle. The patient was removed and transferred to EMS crews, total cut time was just over 15 minutes.

     



 

RESCUE ENGINE 3RD DUE ON BOWIE HOUSE FIRE: 2912 NEEDLEWOOD LANE

Wednesday, March 4, 2015  Rescue Engine 33 was dispatched as the 3rd due special for smoke coming from the house in Company 16's first due. First arriving units went on scene with fire showing from Side Alpha. The Rescue Engine arrived on scene second and was assigned RIT by command. The crew of 5 set up RIT on Side Alpha while throwing ladders, and removing windows. Engine Co 16 had a fire in the garage fire with extension to the attic. Command scaled the incident back to 3 and 1 and the Rescue Engine went back in service. 



     



 

STREET ALARM TURNS INTO A HOUSE FIRE FOR TOWER 33: 11316 WHITEHOUSE ROAD

Sunday, March 1, 2015  At 2016 hours, Tower 33 (5 men) was dispatched as the 1st due special service on the 46 Street Alarm to investigate a furnace smoking. Engine Co 37 arrived to a 2-stry single family home with nothing evident; shortly thereafter, Battalion Chief 1 (Wargo) arrived, updated the size up to "smoke showing from the eves" and filled the box. Engine Co 37 located a fire in the bathroom in the Bravo quadrant of the house. The Tower's interior crew opened up, secured utilities, and conducted a primary of the 1st and 2nd floor. The exterior crew threw 78 feet of ladders, went to the roof and vented the attic room gable vent. Fire in a bathroom was knocked with no extension, and Command held 37's engine and Tower Ladder 33 for investigation.


     



 

ENGINE, TOWER AND CHIEF WITH ANOTHER FIRE AT RECALL: 4600 BOSTON WAY

Wednesday, February 25, 2015  It has been a while since the last time the Kentland Volunteers visited the Recall Secure Destruction Services building on Boston Way in Company 18's first due, but the Engine Company, Tower, and Chief returned there at 1144 hours when the box alarm for "smoke coming from the building" in the 4600 block of Boston Way was sounded. Chief 33 arrived with smoke showing from a 1 story commercial building. Engine 331 arrived next, laid a supply line, and stretched a 250' 1.5" attack line. After gaining entry, the crew located and extinguished a small fire in a paper compactor machine. Tower 33's crew assisted with ventilation and extensive overhaul, with both companies operating for an hour before returning to Kentland.

   


 

ENGINE AND TOWER RUN LANHAM HOUSE FIRE: 9604 BEACHWOOD AVE

Wednesday, February 25, 2015  A Wednesday morning box alarm brought both crews from the Kentland VFD to a house fire in the Seabrook neighborhood. Engine 331 was dispatched 4th due, and Tower 33 first due. Both arrived same, as the Engine Company completed 6's split lay. After stretching an attack line to the rear, they advanced the line in to Div 1 and to the basement level. Tower 33 placed ladders, ventilated and opened up for first due Engine Co 18 on Division 1 with negative search results. Crews worked for approximately 2 hours Chief 33A had "Division 1".


   


 
 
 

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