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Kidde Recalls Fire Extinguishers with Plastic Handles Due to Failure to Discharge and Nozzle Detachment

Name of product: Kidde fire extinguishers with plastic handles Hazard: The fire extinguishers can become clogged or require excessive force to discharge and can fail to activate during a fire emergency. In addition, the nozzle can detach with enough force to pose an impact hazard. Remedy: Replace Recall date: November 2, 2017 Recall number: 18-022 Consumer Contact: Kidde toll-free at 855-271-0773 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET Saturday and Sunday, or online at www.kidde.com and click on “Product Safety Recall” for more information. ...
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Crews Handle Large Brush Fire in Fairhaven

On Sunday Engine Company 42 was alerted for a brush fire in the area of Fairhaven Road. E421, E422 and Brush 42 responded from the station to find a large brush fire that was gaining in size due to wind conditions. Units on the scene were able to quickly place lines in service to stop any further extension.   ...
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House Fire in Cedarhurst

On Friday at 2231 crews from Deale were alerted for a house on fire in the Cedarhurst section of Shady Side.  E422, Tanker 42, Medic 42 and Chief 42 responded to the incident.  E411 (Shady Side) arrived on the scene to find a single family home with fire coming from the second-floor window, Chief 42 arrived shortly after and assumed the Holly Avenue Command.  Initial crews made a quick knock of the fire and were able to limit the damage to the original room of origin. It should be noted that the quick actions of the children at home who called 911 immediately also assisted in minimizing any further damage to the home. ...
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House Fire on Broadwater Creek Road

Shortly after 1700 hours this evening Engine Company 42 was alerted for a house fire on Broadwater Creek Road in the first due. The wagon, pumper and tanker responded from the station and arrived to find a detached garage with fire showing from the gable end. Crews were able to make a quick knock of the fire and limit any further extension. ...
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Santa takes a ride with the engine crew

Santa stopped into the station around mid morning and asked the engine crew if he could get a ride to a local community.  Obviously to remain on the “good list” they complied, taking Santa and some treats to visit a group of children in the community of Bay Country.  Santa return to the station with an empty treat bag and a full wish list. Before leaving, Santa mentioned that he would like to visit other area communities in the future….     ...
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Recent Narcan Awareness Class Held at Deale

On May 5, 2016, through a partner ship with the Anne Arundel County Health Department and the Deale Volunteer Fire Department, we hosted a Narcan awareness and certification class.  This class was opened to the community and the first Narcan class for South County that  focused on awareness and the use of Narcan in the event of an opioid overdose situation. This class certified all the participants to carry and administer Narcan which was distributed at the end of the class along with valuable literature. The class opened dialogue with the community on the heroin plaguing our communities and how best the community can assist in this epidemic through the education and use of Narcan to reverse an overdose. Because this class received such positive reviews, we are looking into additional classes for South County.   ...
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Dwelling Fire on Jewell Road

On Thursday, August 13 2015 at 1727hrs; Company 42 was alerted for a dwelling fire in the 42-30 Box at 200-Blk of Jewell Road. Engine 42, Truck 42,Tanker 42 and Medic 42 responded. While units were enroute 911 received multiple calls and dispatched the working fire. Units arrived to find a 2 story house fully involved in fire. It took firefighters around an hour to bring the fire under control. Thank you to Fort Meade Fire Department for covering our area while Deale Units were on this incident. ...
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Car Fire with Extension to Dwelling

On Thursday at 1747hrs; Company 42 was alerted for a dwelling fire in the 42-24 Box at 5600-Blk of Dartmouth Street. Engine 421, Truck 42, Tanker 42, Ambulance 429 and Chief 42 responded. Units were advised of multiple calls for a fire in the dwelling. Upon arrival, Chief 42 found a single family dwelling with a fully involved car fire adjacent to the house with fire extending up the Bravo side of the structure.  Chief 42 established Command and called for the Working Fire Dispatch.  E421 stretched attack lines making a quick knocked down of the fire.  Tk42 made the primary search of the house and then assisted  with checking for extension and hot spots.  A429 staged at the command post keeping the occupants out of the cold. ...
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Serious MVC in Lothian

On January 30, 2014 at approximately 1942hrs, Medic 42 was dispatched to the area of Greenock Rd and Brookswoods Rd in Lothian for a report of a motor vehicle collision. MU42 arrived on scene and found 1 patient unconscious.  Engine 425 was added to the call after being released from a 9-10 box  chimney fire to assist on scene and handle the landing zone. Due to the extent of the injuries to the driver the Traffic Safety Section was requested to respond. The driver was flown by Maryland State Police Medevac to a local Trauma Center in critical condition. Sources – Anne Arundel County Police Department Facebook Pictures from http://www.marshall3rd.com/ ...
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Early Morning House Fire

Early Thursday morning on January 15th; Company 42 was alerted for a dwelling fire in the 6000-Blk of Melbourne Ave.  After additional calls to Fire Alarm, it became clear the dwelling fire was actually located in the 600-Blk of East Marshall Ave. Engine 421 arrived on scene to find a two-story single-family dwelling heavily involved with fire. The structure was in the process of being rebuilt after a fatal fire in March 2014.  Original 911 callers and bystanders stated hearing loud explosions from the area of the house.  The second alarm was sounded after a partial collapse of the attic and roof. Over 55 firefighters were brought to the scene and the fire was under control shortly after 1030 hours. ...
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