Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Just before 4am on the morning of July 30th units from Rosedale (280) and Golden Ring (16) were alerted for the report of a brush fire along the CSX rail lines just off of Todds Ln. B286 arrived with E16 and B16 to find a large pile of wood pallets fully involved with extension in to the roof line of the adjacent vacant warehouse. The officer off of E16 requested the box to be filled which alerted units from Essex (7), Eastview (15), Fullerton (8), North Point-Edgemere (26) and Bowleys Quarters (21). Rosedale’s SU283 responded with additional personnel to support B286.An 1-3/4” attack line from both E16 and B286 were quickly placed into service, knock the visible fire from the building and the pallets as other crew members from both units forced entry into the Delta side of the warehouse. Crews entering encounter light smoke conditions with no visible fire on the inside. With the arrival of T8 and T15 crews made their way to the roof to ventilate and expose the burning roof members. After their arrival E7, E71 and E15 set up water supply and assisted crew with extinguishment and overhaul. Squads 262 and 213 assisted with lighting and supported the suppression operations.Due to the quick and professional actions by the first arriving units the fire was kept in check from further extension and rapidly brought under control. No injuries were reported from fire service personnel. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.Rosedale Crew:B286:Driver: Lt Patrick BeltonOfficer/nozzleman: FF/EMT Thomas GaglianoSU283:Driver: FF/EMR Jared Harding
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
You want to make a difference? Check out the video to see a little of what we did in 2013.Rosedale Volunteer Fire Company in 2013Call 410-866-4042 and ask about an application to join our team. Don’t want to ride but want to help? Ask about being an Associate member. Thank you!
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
A few more
pics from our recent Biddle St Box 28-05 dwelling fire, courtesy of Zach Horchar and Mike Wright. Thanks!
Sunday, July 13, 2014
2-story balloon frame constructed dwellingHeavy smoke showing on arrival After heavy fire conditions persisted, the building was evacuated and external fire attack was initiated.A
firefighter from Rosedale 28 was transported by Medic 7 for heat
exhaustion and overexertion and was subsequently released. No civilian
CALL: WORKING FIRE PROFILE
ADDR: 7101 BIDDLE ST E
UNIT: BC31 E282 E16 E15 E7 T15 S523 E71 T8 M285 M7 AU248 REH15ROSEDALE | BALT CO | DWELLING FIRE | E. BIDDLE ST. | 1.5STY SFD |
ARRIVED WITH HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING | CREWS EVACUATED AND KNOCKING THE
FIRE DOWN FROM THE EXTERIOR====282 Engine crew:Driver/Engineer:Eric EndryasOfficer: Charles HueterOfficer: Patrick BeltonPipe: T.J. GaglianoIrons:Danny CiapuraFifth: Giovanni LumaroRosedale Utility crews:Anthony PakulaDavid NeiderhauserStephen SobulWillis SpencerCorbin MitchellElizabeth Gardner
Thursday, July 3, 2014
A recruitment video compiled by our members. All events are from 2013. Enjoy!
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
2nd Alarm Fire in Dundalk (6-02)
At 8pm on June 30th units from Sparrow’s
Point (57), Essex (7), Rosedale (280), Wise Avenue (270), Halethorpe (5), Golden Ring (16)
and Baltimore City T20 were alerted for a 2nd Alarm building
fire at Salvo Auto Parts on Holabird Ave
in Dundalk (Fire Box 6-02). First units on scene arrived with fire
showing from the roof of the business. As crews mounted a transitional
attack with a 2-1/2 inch line command requested the 2nd Alarm.E282 arrived and covered the hydrant at Holabird
Ave & Searles Rd for E272. The crew then assisted units operating in
the interior of the building. After completing interior assignments
E282 assisted E6 and E15 with securing their attack
lines as the fire was drawn under control. Due to the quick
professional actions of the first arriving companies the fire was held
in check in rapid fashion. No injuries were reported from either civil
or fire service personnel. The cause of the fire is currently
under investigation.E282 Crew:Driver: Lt Andrew VernonOfficer: Lt Patrick BeltonNozzleman: FF Steve SobulIrons: EMT/FF Danny Ciapura5th Seat: FF Tony Pakula
Sunday, June 29, 2014
It's over. The 2014 carnival is finally over. Big thanks to our tireless
organizers who sweat the details and handle things most people would
never assume goes into a carnival. Big thanks to our volunteers, working
on their own time and under less than air conditioned circumstances.
But most of all, thanks to the Rosedale community! Your support year
after year keeps us in the black and ready to serve your emergency
needs. And we had fun! Thank you!
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
This is how you know summer is really here. The Rosedale Volunteer Fire Company annual carnival is good to go!Where: St. Clement Mary Hofbauer Church1212 Chesaco Ave Rosedale, MD 21237When: From Monday, June the 23rd to Saturday, June the 28th.Our annual parade will be held on Wednesday the 25th at 7pm.Thank you for your support as always, and we hope to see you there!
Friday, June 6, 2014
In the early morning hours of June 6th
units from Rosedale (280), Golden Ring (16), Middle River (52) and
Fullerton (8) were alerted for the report of a motor vehicle accident
with a car overturned. Rosedale’s E282 and SU283
responded and were first to arrive on scene. Within seconds of arrival
E282 confirmed that one patient was trapped in the 4-door sedan that was
resting on its roof, the only vehicle involved. SU283’s compliment of
rescue tools was immediately placed into service,
beginning the process of freeing the trapped patient. The crews from
M16, S523, and T8 arrived and assisted with the extraction process.
Once freed from the vehicle the patient was treated
and transported by M16. Crews from E282, SU283 and S523 briefly
remained on scene to assist the Baltimore County Police with lighting
before returning to service. The cause of the accident
is currently under investigation.
Crew:Driver: EMT/FF Dave NiederhauserOfficer: Lt Patrick BeltonNozzleman: FF/EMR Jared Harding (Driving SU283)Irons: Lt Andrew Vernon
Sunday, June 1, 2014
Properly managing an auto rescue takes training and preparation!Thanks to Middle River Rescue and Lt. Jake Stuart!
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