Rose Fire Company No. 1

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2015 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 44 TBD
Feb 0 0
Mar 0 0
Apr 0 0
May 0 0
Jun 0 0
Jul 0 0
Aug 0 0
Sep 0 0
Oct 0 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 44 0

Incident Totals
Fire EMS
2014 480 TBD
2013 387 1362
2012 391 1307
2011 440 1150
2010 414 1140
2009 432 1177
2008 400 1092
2007 450 1131
2006 392 1178
2005 435 1235
Total 4221 10772

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Members Improving Their Skills

Deputy Chief Kris Shearer, February 23

The officers and members or Rose Fire Company dedicate many selfless hours to education and training, in order to better serve the local community.

Regardless of the weekend's weather events, 11 members from Company 58 along with 3 members from Company 59 (Glen Rock Hose and Ladder) gathered in our quarters for 2 days of classroom lecture and presentation by Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC) ... (Full Story & Photos)

Snow Day at Station 58

FF Matt Stoudt, February 21

Station 58 crews staffed the firehouse for the weather event. The incident reports include:

09:44hrs to the unit block of Albright Court for the Cardiac Arrest. Engine 58-1 (Captain Wilhelm) and Car 58 (FF. Stoudt) responded and discovered the patient to be recovering from a medical emergency caused by substance overdose. Patient turned over to EMS and Southern Regional Police.

10:46hrs for the ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due Kitchen Fire

FF Matt Stoudt, February 18

Shortly after 17:00hrs, Station 58 was dispatched to the unit block of Springwood Road for the reported kitchen fire. Engine 58-1 (FF. Womack) had just returned to quarters from the Hazmat incident in Shrewsbury and responded immediately. They arrived on-scene reporting a two-story apartment complex with normal conditions. Deputy Chief Shearer arrived and established the Command. The Engine crew ... (Full Story & Photos)

HazMat/Mass Casualty Incident at Shrewsbury Commons

FF Matt Stoudt, February 18

Shortly after 16:00hrs, Station 58 was dispatched to assist Station 61 (Shrewsbury Volunteers) with a Hazardous Materials (HazMat) and Mass Casualty Incident (MCI) at the Shrewsbury Commons Plaza in the area of the Walmart Supercenter. Multiple patients were reported, and an EMS task force was en route.

Tower 58 (A/C Campbell) and Engine 58-1 (FF Womack) responded and were ordered to Side Alpha, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Dwelling Fire in Baltimore County

FF Matt Stoudt, February 18

In the overnight hours around 03:00hrs, Truck Company 58 was dispatched to the unit block of Armacost Road in Baltimore County for the Dwelling Fire. Tower 58 (D/C Shearer) responded and was assigned Rapid Intervention Team (RIT) then reassigned to the Interior Division on the second floor to open up the walls and ceiling in search of fire extension. The Tower crew was released by Command and went ... (Full Story)

Truck Company assists Station 61 with Smoke In The Structure

FF Matt Stoudt, February 17

Shortly after 21:00hrs, Station 58 was dispatched to assist Station 61 (Shrewsbury Volunteers) for the smoke investigation in the area of South Main Street and Tolna Road. Tower 58 (D/C Shearer) responded with a crew of 4 and assisted with smoke ejection and ventilation. Part of a Truck Company's responsibilities on the fireground is Forcible Entry, which proved necessary with a door on street side ... (Full Story & Photos)

Gas Leak in Baltimore County

FF Matt Stoudt, February 14

Just before 13:00hrs, Engine Company 58 was dispatched to the unit block of Rockdale Road in Baltimore County for the reported gas leak in a structure. Engine 58-1 (D/C Shearer) responded and was first arriving. Engine 451 (Maryland Line) was also on-scene. An odor of gas was in the air, but no readings were detected on any gas meters. Crews operated for approximately 30 minutes ventilating the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Thoughts and Prayers to Bel Air VFC

Firefighter M. Stoudt, January 06

The officers and members of the Rose Fire Company would like to extend their deepest sympathies and condolances to the Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company (Harford County Co. 3). During the incliment weather of today's snow storm, one of their paramedics was struck in the line of duty by a piece of departmental apparatus, resulting in injuries that proved to be fatal. No names or further details have ... (Full Story & Photos)

Best Wishes from Station 58

Firefighter M. Stoudt, December 25

The officers and members of Station 58 would like to wish you Happy Holidays and a Merry Christmas!

Thank you to all who gave Santa such a warm welcome on Christmas Eve, it is always our pleasure to escort Mr. Clause through our fire district.

Safety Tips for the holiday:

-Keep your Christmas tree watered until you take it outside. Dried out Christmas trees burn FAST!

-Make sure your smoke ... (Full Story & Photos)

Truck Company Extricates in Baltimore County

December 07

At 23:49hrs. Truck 58 (Chief McGillin) responded Mutual Aid to I-83 Northbound @ Freeland Road for a vehicle accident with entrapment. Baltimore County Engine 451 arrived confirming a multi-vehicle collision with several patients, one trapped. Truck 58 arrived and started the extrication, York County Rescue Squad 61 and Baltimore County Engine 60 assisting.

The extrication group removed both driver ... (Full Story & Photos)



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