Saturday, March 22, 2014
North Beach VFD
March 22, 2014
$50.00 Donation - includes food
12 pm to 6 pm
Doors open at 11:00 am
MUST HAVE TICKET TO ENTER
MUST BE 18 YEARS OLD TO PARTICIPATE
Main ticket gives a chance to
24 Guns, 2 ATV'S, Cash
TICKETS ONLINE AT www.brownpapertickets.com
SEARCH NORTH BEACH SPORTSMAN’S BASH OR GO TO NORTHBEACHSPORTSMANSBASH.BROWNPAPERTICKETS.COM **
Additional raffles and drawings
will be available throughout the event at additional cost.
Winners of ATV's are
responsible for taxes and title fees.
Winner need not be present to win.
Gun winners must pass Federal Insta-check to
NO CASH SUBSTITUTE FOR GUN PRIZES
Tickets available at the North
Beach VFD, Tyler's Tackle Shop, Ron's Bay Pro Shop
Info at WWW.NORTHBEACHFIRE.COM
Cosponsored By Ducks
Unlimited of Calvert County
ATV'S provided by Gardiner Equipment
Friday, December 13, 2013
At approximately 0930 hours companies 1 and 5 were dispatched to an auto accident reported serious at Route 260 and St.Andrews Dr.. This brought Chief 1a(DeVere), S.O.1 (Freesland) Rescue 1(1b Keller), and Amb 19(P.Osburn) on the call. Units arrived to find a 2 car t-bone collision with one priority 4 patient. Amb 19 transported one patient and Rescue 1 stayed until the arrival of the accident reconstruction team.
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Come get your Christmas Tree at the North Beach VFD!All trees are $45 and going fast!All proceeds benefit the North Beach Volunteer Fire Department
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
At approximately 1300 hours rescue box 5-02 was dispatched for an auto accident reported serious. Rescue 1(Lt.Gooding) and Ambulance 18(S.Siegal) responded.Police on scene reported one trapped which was confirmed by Chief 5b. Once Rescue 1 arrived they went to work assisting Squad 5 with extrication. Once patients were removed they were given to awaiting EMS units and flown to a local trauma center
Sunday, November 10, 2013
At 1450 hours units were alerted to Area Box 107 at 8535 Stevens rd. for the working house fire. This brought Chief 1a (DeVere) , E-11(Sgt Crandell), Tower 1(Gee) , E-12(Weber). Crews arrived to find a 2 story cape cod single family with smoke showing.E-11's crew advanced the hoseline to the the room involved in fire and was able to keep it from extending outside of the room of origin. Tower 1's crew threw ladders and ventilated the structure before performing salvage and overhaul.
Saturday, November 9, 2013
In the morning hours of November 9th crews were alerted to a trouble breathing call on Bay Ave. When crews arrived they found a male in cardiac arrest, and began CPR utilizing the Lucas 2. As the patient was delivered to the ER he had regained his heartbeat but was still being assisted by staff for ventilations.
Friday, November 8, 2013
Rescue Captain Dillon and Joe Dillon performed an Inservice on the Lucas CPR device for emergency room staff at the hospital to ensure their understanding of how to operate goal is to increase pt chance of ROSC.
Thursday, October 10, 2013
In preparation for the new High Performance CPR, North Beach VFD has purchased the first Lucas 2 in Calvert County. Our EMS Drill this month was used to train our members in its use. North Beach VFD is dedicated to making sure it's members and citizens get the best training and equipment available.
Monday, October 7, 2013
Shortly after midnight, northern calvert companies were alerted to the building collapse in the 3600 block of 11th st. This brought Chief 1(Thrasher), SO 1(Freesland),Amb 18(K.Fannin) Amb 19(K.dillon),Rescue 1(1b Keller), and E11(Stanton).Chief 5a(Sealey) was first on scene and found a large tree through the house and one patient pinned underneath in her bed. Crews from Rescue 1, Squad 6, and Squad 5 all worked together to stabilize the structure, box crib voids underneath the tree, and dismantle the bed in order to create a space big enough for the patient to be freed. Once the patient was extricated she was moved to the ambulance and flown to a local trauma facility.Chief 5a had CommandChief 1 had Rescue GroupE11 handled the Landing Site
Monday, September 23, 2013
On the morning of September 23rd, while members were enjoying coffee at the firehouse, a car came into the firehouse parking lot at a fast rate. The driver of the vehicle starting telling members that there was heavy black smoke coming from Neptunes Restaurant. At the same time Calvert Communications dropped the box alarm at the same location. First arriving units from Co.1 found smoke showing from the 2 story establishment. A grease fire that extended Into the duct work was quickly extinguished. Units were held to check for further extension and ventilate the structure.Chief 1a (DeVere) had command.
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