The 2015 LVFD committees have been finalized. For reference, the new list is posted in the Members Area.
2/6/15. A working house fire on Clays Lane off of 8th Street on Friday evening marked the fourth working fire this week and the third for the day. Engine 104 and the chief (Hull) operated on Clays Lane for approximately two hours working to extinguish a fire in the walls and attic of a 2-story single family home. The first fire of the day was dispatched around 5am;
The Laurel Volunteer Fire Department held their annual elections last night. These are dedicated volunteers that give time away from their families to keep the community of Laurel and its surrounding area safe. If you are looking to give back to the community in 2015, then please be sure to check into volunteering with your local Volunteer Fire Department!
1/8/15. Just before 1400hrs, the Box Alarm was sounded for 7103 Fitzpatrick Dr for a report of a house fire. E-101 arrived on scene with smoke showing from side “Alpha”. The crew quickly stretched a line, while the officer made a 360* size up, and found fire showing from the basement and made an attack from side “Charlie” through the basement entrance.
On Saturday January 3, 2015, Tower 10 with a few members went to Arnold, MD to support Melissa Smith and the start of a new life for her. Melissa survived Hodgkins Lymphoma twice only to be diagnosed with a rare disorder called Transverse Myelitis that left her paralyzed. The tower was used to hide the house that she had not seen since October before a major renovation had been comp
Just after 1am on December 31, 2014, Company 10 was dispatched for a car into pole on Contee Road near Rt.1. Chief 10 (Hull) arrived first to find a single vehicle into the pole with the driver pinned in the car. Chief 10 requested a squad and a medic to complete the assignment. Squad 49 arrived and extricated the driver. Engine 101's crew assisted the squad and prov