2015 Fire Incidents
Jan 120
Feb 124
Mar 92
Apr 106
May 120
Jun 107
Jul 111
Aug 133
Sep 143
Oct 119
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 1175

Past Incidents
2014 0
2013 0
2012 0
2011 0
2010 0

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Volunteers NEEDED!!!

JFC, November 06

The Junior Fire Company is looking for volunteers for all aspects of the organization. We are currently looking for volunteers to assist with firefighting, emergency medical services, emergency rescue services, water rescue services, administrative support, such as fundraising and our Ladies Auxiliary. Stop by the station today to complete an application or complete the application provided and ... (Full Story)

First Due Box

JFC, October 23

Engine 23, along with units from companies 50, 11, 31, 22, 4, 3 and 1 responded to a reported building fire at 7-Eleven. Chief 3-1 arrived on scene with fire showing from the roof, established command and requested the rapid intervention dispatch. Engine 23, 501 and Truck 41 arrived shortly after command was established and quickly extinguished the fire, holding it to the roof area of the structure. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Junior Fire Company Responds to Multiple Incidents

JFC, September 30

Junior Fire Company along with numerous other Frederick County Fire and Rescue units responded to multiple weather related incidents as a result of heavy rains that came through the area. Please remember to never drive through a flood roadway. When approaching a flooded roadway remember the saying, "Turn Around, Don't Drown." ... (Full Story)

Fundraiser at Firehouse Subs May 7, 2015

Member Ben Lowry, April 30

The Junior Fire Company would like to invite you to our fundraiser at Firehouse Subs. Please see below for more details.... (Full Story & Photos)

Furnace Fire

JFC, February 11

Companies 2 and 11 were dispatched for an odor of smoke in a residence. Engine 23 arrived on scene and established command, followed by Ambulance 28, Chief 2-2, Quint 11 and Engine 111. Command was passed to Chief 2-2 upon his arrival and crews from Engine 23 and Quint 11 investigated all levels of the structure. Crews encountered a smell of smoke upon entering the structure and were able to isolate ... (Full Story)


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