North Beach Volunteer Fire Department


Rescue 1 runs one trapped

Monday, November 7, 2016   On Monday 11/7/16 Rescue box 510 was sounded for the serious auto accident at Ward rd and Welchpoole ct. Bringing on the call Chief 1 (Keller) Rescue 1 (Capt.Bennett). Units from company 5 arrived on location to find a single vehicle into a tree with one occupant trapped inside. Rescue 1 arrived on location and assisted crews from company 5 with extrication. The occupant was removed and flown to a trauma center.



Captain runs Extrication in south Anne Arundel

Thursday, November 3, 2016  Captain 1 (Morrison) was coming through south Anne Arundel when a call for an MVC was sounded.  Capt.Morrison arrived on location and assumed command until the arrival of AACO Battalion chief 3. Capt 1 then assumed the operations division and assisted crews on scene with extrication.



Passing of company 6 Charter member and past president Kenneth Wells

Wednesday, October 26, 2016  It is with our deepest sympathy that we announce the passing of Charter Member and Past President Kenneth Wells of Company 6. Mr.Wells helped build and create what the HVFD is today. The members of company 1 will keep your family and the HVFD family in our thoughts and prayers. Your legacy will be carried on forever.



New Command 1

The new Command 1 has arrived. The new command is a 2016 Chevy Tahoe. The vehicle is outfitted with Whelen LED lights and full light bar. Vehicle has a Rockland command box with white board and SCBA  bracket.

Vehicle was outfitted by Greg Nelson at Nelson Emergency Vehicle Lighting



Box Alarm in the 110

Saturday, September 3, 2016  on 9-3-16 Area Box 110 was sounded for the single family house fire. Bringing on the call Chief 1 (Devere) Chief 1A (Keller) Engine 11(Tyrell) Tower 1 (T.Mills) Engine 12 (Sgt.Hagan) Rescue 1 (Capt. Bennett). Units arrived on location to find a single story on a basement with fire showing from the charlie side. Chief 1 arrived on location to establish the 110 command. Engine 11 advanced their 1 3/4' attack line and quickly extinguished the fire, and then opened the ceiling up to find the the fire had started to extend into the attic of the house. Tower 1 arrived on location and was sent to the roof. Engine 12 and Rescue 1 assisted the crew operating inside. Units operated for approximately 1 hour before returning in service.


Chief 1A

Chief 1A


106 TownHouse

Thursday, September 1, 2016  On 9-1-16 Area Box 106 was sounded for the fire in a Town home. Bringing on the call Chief 1 (Devere) Engine 11 (Sgt.Hagan) Tower 1 (Humphreys) Engine 12 (Capt.Morrison) and Rescue 1. Engine 11 arrived on location with a 2 story middle of the row townhouse with smoke showing. A 360 was completed and found that there was fire showing on the charlie side. Engine 11 advanced their 1"3/4 attack line inside and got a quick knock on the fire that has spread into the kitchen. Chief 1 arrived on location and assumed the 106 command. Tower 1 and Engine 12 arrived and assisted crews with opening up and checking for extension. The box was quickly scaled back and held with the units from company 1. Units operated for 1 hour before returning to service.



Kids camp 2016

Thursday, August 4, 2016  On 8-4-16 Sgt.Hagan and FF/EMT J.Perry took zodiac 1 down to St.Leonard for the kids camp. The kids learned about water rescues and all types of water operations.



Res1cue runs one overturned

Thursday, August 4, 2016  On 8-4-16 just after noon rescue box 108 was sounded for the single vehicle auto accident reported one overturned with a subject trapped. Bringing on the call ambulance 19 (P. Osburn) Rescue 1 (Chief 1A Keller) Chief 1B (Gooding). While enroute they were given further information that the accident was at Boyds Turn just over the Anne Arundel county line. Units from company 1 arrived on location to find one car overturned with a subject still inside. Rescue 1 stabilized the vehicle and assisted the subject out of the vehicle.



Ocean City Stay Back Dinner

Thursday, June 23, 2016  Company 1 hosted a dinner for those who were unable to make it over to Ocean City for the annual MSFA convention. The menu consisted of crabs, shrimp, hamburgers, hotdogs, and various sides. Those who did go to Ocean City enjoyed a dinner at Phillips.




 Congrats to firefighter Bryce Callis for graduating high school. Bryce will be attending college at Mount St.Marys. The NBVFD family is proud of you Bryce!



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