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2024 Incidents
January 195
February 165
March 159
April 167
Total 686

2023 Incidents
JAN 165
FEB 150
MAR 194
APR 186
MAY 198
JUNE 201
JULY 199
AUG 199
SEPT 183
OCT 201
NOV 205
DEC 201
Total 2282

2022 Incidents
JAN 216
FEB 169
MAR 170
APR 145
MAY 163
JUN 197
JULY 187
AUG 209
SEPT 196
OCT 216
NOV 192
DEC 189
Total 2249

2021 Incidents
JAN 180
FEB 141
MAR 187
APR 189
MAY 183
JUN 177
JULY 238
AUG 210
SEPT 176
OCT 176
NOV 185
DEC 208
Total 2250

2020 Incidents
Jan 184
Feb 177
Mar 153
Apr 149
May 171
Jun 176
July 194
Aug 216
Sept 176
Oct 187
Nov 202
Dec 156
Total 2141

2019 Incidents
JAN 185
FEB 141
MAR 199
APR 173
MAY 176
JUN 170
JUL 233
AUG 210
SEPT 193
OCT 194
NOV 165
DEC 195
Total 2234

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Honoring Captain Pat Osburn

NBVFD, May 26

Today marks the sixth anniversary of the Line of Duty Death for Captain Patricia “Pat” Osburn. Even as the years pass, we remain awed by her spirit of service to the community and to the Department.

Rest easy Captain, we have it from here.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Julius E. And Thelma Sherbert in front of the 1956 Pontiac/Superior ambulance they purchased from Hutchins’ Funeral Home.
Julius E. And Thelma Sherbert in front of the 1956 Pontiac/Superior ambulance they purchased from Hutchins’ Funeral Home.

A Legacy of EMS Service

NBVFD, May 25

Did you know that ambulance service in the Twin Beaches started at a local funeral home and later ran out of a gas station before becoming part of the NBVFD? Prior to 1956, ambulance service was provided by the Hutchins Funeral Home (now Rausch’s) on Mt. Harmony Road. Funeral homes frequently ran ambulance services in addition to providing funeral services well into the 1970s across the U.S.

In ... (Full Story & Photos)


NBVFD, May 24

As we celebrate National EMS week, we want to take a moment to spotlight our many members who are cross trained as both firefighters and paramedics, EMTs, and EMRs. They are able to deliver excellent care as well as shift into other response roles. Here’s to all our FF/EMTs!

Also, here is the answer a question we get a lot: If it is a medical call, why do we send a fire engine?

Here’s why: A fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Kicking Off National EMS Week

NBVFD, May 19

Happy National EMS Week to our North Beach providers. At Company 1, we celebrate the partnership between our paid and volunteer crews. We live together, train together, and deliver an integrated care team to the community.

What matters most are patient outcomes, and that takes time, training, and trust. As we start the week, here’s to the members of Calvert County Company 20 who support the Beaches.
... (Full Story & Photos)

Congratulations Dunkirk VFD

NBVFD, May 18

We are currently staffing Dunkirk VFD Engine 51 while their members enjoy the night off at their annual banquet.

Congratulations to their members and new officers. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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8536 Bayside Rd
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