of Website Material:
of text, photos, or any other content on this website is prohibited
without permission from PFVFD. If you have questions, please contact
1, 2016 - At 1000 hours, Company 2 was alerted to Box 3-06 for a
house. Engine 21, Tanker 2, and Chief 2A responded to the 10900
block of Poplar Drive in Lusby. Units arrived on side Alpha of a
one story single family with fire showing. The Working Fire
Dispatch brought Squad 2 on the call. Crews located a subject
and quickly removed them to safety. Engine 21 arrived as the
third due Engine and laid out to the rear of the house. The crew
assisted with extinguishing the fire. The burn victim was
transported for further evaluation. Company 2 operated for three
Subs Open in PF
22, 2016 - The
Prince Frederick Volunteers would like to welcome Firehouse Subs
to Prince Frederick. Come check them out at the Grand Opening
today in the Fox Run Shopping Center.
22, 2016 - A
few PFVFD members were recognized tonight at the annual CCVFRA
Awards Banquet at Dunkirk VFD.
Horsmon - 73 Years of Service
Gott - 59 Years of Service
Cox - Hall of Fame Inductee
Ficke - Hall of Fame Inductee
Billings - Administrator of the Year
PF Volunteers would to congratulate these members for their
outstanding service and well deserved awards.
to the Association for a great banquet, and to Dunkirk VFD
for hosting the event.
15, 2016 - The Prince Frederick Volunteers would like to send
our condolences to the Prince George's County Fire Department on
their LODD. We would also like to wish Morningside Volunteer
Fire Department a speed recovery for their member.
Hall and Southern Connector
9, 2016 - At 1432 hours, Engine 21 was clearing a transfer on
the south side when a personal injury accident with one trapped
was dispatched at Rousby Hall Rd and Southern Connector Blvd.
Units arrived on the scene of a two vehicle accident with
confirmed entrapment. The crew assisted with extricating the
subject. Both patients were flown to area trauma centers for
Water Supply Drill
2, 2016 - On Saturday, the Prince Frederick Volunteers hosted a
County Water Supply Drill. All of the Tankers in the county got
together at Calvert Industrial Park.
11, 2016 - On Friday, Firefighter Willie Gray graduated from the
City of Alexandria Fire Department Training Academy. The Prince
Frederick Volunteers would like to congratulate Willie and wish
him good luck in his new career. Willie was the Valedictorian of
his class and is assigned to the busiest Engine in the city,
8, 2016 - At 1751 hours, Company 2 was alerted to Box 2-01 for a
brush fire. Engine 21, Tower 2, Tanker 2, and Chief 2C responded
to the 1700 block of Old Adelina Rd. Units arrived on side Alpha
of a one story single family with fire showing throughout. Crews
worked to extinguish the fire as one subject was found with
burns and smoke inhalation. The patient was flown to the local
burn center for further evaluation. Company 2 units operated for
5, 2016 - On Saturday, Engine 201, a 1955 International /
America Marsh, arrived back home to await a rehab.
28, 2016 - The Prince Frederick Volunteers along with Prince
Frederick VRS and Calvert VALS were honored to host an
Emergency Management Announcement on Sunday. Governor Larry Hogan
arrived at the firehouse around 2pm, and announced a grant for
Calvert County Fire Departments. The grant will pay for tablets
to go into apparatus to assist with finding addresses, locating
hydrants, etc. that they are responding to.
for Governor Visit
27, 2016 - Members spent the past couple weeks getting the
firehouse ready for Governor Hogan's visit. The final touches
were done Saturday.
26, 2016 - On Friday, the Prince Frederick Volunteers
participated in an event with Governor Hogan. The Governor
announced the Solomons Island Rd widening between Fox Run Blvd
and Commerce Lane in Prince Frederick. This measure is to help
stop the bottle neck of traffic in the area which will also help
Emergency Responders as well. Click here
for more information on the project.
23, 2016 - At 1226 hours, Company 2 was alerted to Box 20-02 for
a building fire. Tower 2 responded to the 15400 block of Depot
Lane in Upper Marlboro on the 3rd Alarm. The first arriving
companies found a storage facility with fire showing from
multiple units. Tower 2 arrived and assisted with gaining entry
to several units. The crew operated for two hours. Engine 21
filled in at Anne Arundel Company 42. Pictures courtesy of PGFD
Official Facebook page.
10, 2016 - Our thoughts and prayers are with the Harford County
Sheriff's Department and the Joppa-Magnolia Volunteer Fire
Company for their loss.
10, 2016 - At 0959 hours, Company 2 was alerted to Box 3-11 for
a house. Tower 2 responded to the 12400 block of Dalton Trail in
Lusby. Units arrived on side Alpha of a two story single family
with fire showing. Tower 2 arrived as the first due Truck and
laddered the house, controlled utilities, and performed primary
and secondary searches. Tower 2 operated for two hours. Pictures
2, 3, and 4 are courtesy of www.slvfd.org.
7, 2016 - At 2011 hours, Company 2 was alerted to Box 2-14 for a
house fire. Engine 22, Tower 2, Squad, Tanker 2, and Chief 2C
responded to the 5300 block of Leitches Wharf Road. Units
arrived on side Alpha of a one story single family with fire
showing throughout. Crews made a defensive attack to bring the
fire under control. Company 2 units operated for over two hours.
Island and German Chapel PIA
29, 2016 - At
0759 hours, Company 2 was alerted to Rescue Box 2-08 for a
personal injury accident. Squad 2, Chief 2B Chief 2C, and Chief
2 responded to S Solomons Island Rd and German Chapel Rd. Units
arrived on the scene to find a three vehicle accident with
entrapment. The Squad crew extricated one subject and turned
them over to awaiting EMS. One patient was flown to a local
trauma center for further evaluation. Company 2 units operated
for 30 minutes.
Maryland Blvd Building
6, 2016 - At 0018 hours, Company 2 was alerted to Box 5-03 for a
building fire. Tower 2, Tanker 2, and Chief 2 responded to the
7900 block of Southern Maryland Blvd in Owings. Units arrived on
side Alpha of a one story strip shopping center with fire
showing. Crews started an attack on the fire when the roof
collapsed on two firefighters. A mayday was called for as well
as a second alarm, bring Engine 21 and Brush 2. The Tower crew
quickly assisted the downed firefighters from the debris.
Company 2 units operated for several hours. A third firefighter
was injured later in the incident. We would like to wish the
three firefighters a speedy recovery from their injuries. AUDIO
5, 2015 - The Prince Frederick Volunteers held our annual
elections tonight. Here is the results for the 2016 Administration.
Congratulations to the newly elected.
Chief - Fred Holzberger IV
Fire Chief - Tim Delehanty
Fire Chief - Brian Ficke
Fire Chief - Jason Sharpe
- Pat Hassler
President - Jamie Cox
- Al Billings
- Linda Reamy