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2016 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 82 132
Feb 51 105
Mar 50 87
Apr 52 115
May 59 122
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 294 561

2015 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 98 148
Feb 80 100
Mar 71 125
Apr 58 106
May 58 120
Jun 68 111
Jul 66 121
Aug 61 114
Sep 61 120
Oct 72 125
Nov 62 110
Dec 57 110
Total 812 1410

2014 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 87 143
Feb 65 94
Mar 69 100
Apr 47 92
May 53 95
Jun 66 108
Jul 52 81
Aug 58 138
Sep 60 121
Oct 54 97
Nov 65 91
Dec 76 128
Total 752 1288

2013 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 68 131
Feb 57 96
Mar 49 112
Apr 52 96
May 45 99
Jun 42 102
Jul 42 93
Aug 54 117
Sep 38 95
Oct 59 116
Nov 45 99
Dec 57 95
Total 608 1251

Past Responses
Fire EMS
2012 619 1366
2011 627 1250
2010 617 1296
2009 636 1169
2008 695 1192
2007 775 1175
2006 581 1084

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Always Remember
Latest 10 Responses
  • 06/28/2016: [Sta 2 Fire]22:44 CT:CO DET ACTIVATION 1746 UPPER FORDE LA BOX:0206 DUE:E23
  • 06/28/2016: [Sta 2 Fire]21:11 CT:BRUSH FIRE 4300BLK UTZ RD BOX:0215 DUE:B25
  • 06/28/2016: [Sta 2 Fire]21:03 CT:BRUSH FIRE 4300BLK UTZ RD BOX:0215 DUE:E23
  • 06/28/2016: [Sta 2 Fire]21:03 CT:INJ PER/FALL/BLS 3401 HAMPSTEAD MEXICO RD BOX:0221 DUE:U2
  • 06/28/2016: [Sta 2 Fire]15:57 CT:SEIZURE/ALS 3805 SUNNYFIELD CT APT C BOX:0218 DUE:X29
  • 06/28/2016: [Sta 2 Fire]14:33 CT:PATIENT ASSIST 4605 LYNNCREST DR BOX:0216 DUE:X28 U2
  • 06/28/2016: [Sta 2 Fire]11:21 CT:ASTHMA ATTACK/ALS 1367 N MAIN ST APT 3 BOX:0208 DUE:U2
  • 06/28/2016: [Sta 2 Fire]05:53 CT:HOUSE FIRE 1802 DOE DR BOX:1305 DUE:ET24 BR95 X99 FR13 CS12
  • 06/27/2016: [Sta 2 Fire]13:07 CT:BUILDING FIRE 576 JERMOR LA BOX:0333 DUE:E33 E91 E61 E101 RS9 TO3 T2 X39 X99 CS6
  • 06/27/2016: [Sta 2 Fire]10:32 CT:INVESTIGATION GORSUCH RD N / HAMPSTEAD MEXICO RD BOX:0212 DUE:E23

Mission Statement

The Hampstead Volunteer Fire Engine & Hose Company No. 1 is dedicated to protecting and preserving the lives, property, and environment of the citizens and visitors of the communities to which we serve.  We will achieve this by providing the highest levels of fire suppression, rescue services, and emergency medical care through continual training, public education, and emergency response.

CARNIVAL

August 15 - August 20

Second Annual Fall Festival

Vendors Needed!

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CONGRATULATIONS BRITTANY AND KERRIGAN

Firefighter/EMT Richard Zaykoski, June 22

With great pride, we are very pleased to announce that Brittany Ruby and Kerrigan Spenner received honorable mention recognition at the Maryland State Firemen’s Association’s (MSFA) 124th annual convention this week in Ocean City, MD. Brittany's title is Maryland Fire Chiefs Association (MFCA) Miss Fire Prevention 1st Runner-Up while Kerrigan’s title is MSFA Junior Miss Fire Prevention for North ... (Full Story & Photos)

Brittany Ruby and Kerrigan Spenner
Brittany Ruby and Kerrigan Spenner

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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and Mark Bilger
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and Mark Bilger

CONGRATULATIONS MARK BILGER

Firefighter/EMT Richard Zaykoski, June 22

The officers and members of the Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company (HVFC) congratulate member Mark Bilger who was elected to the office of First Vice President of the Maryland State Firemen’s Association (MSFA) at their 124th annual convention this week in Ocean City, MD. Mark, who has been a valued member of HVFC for over 20 years, has tirelessly helped the fire company and the Town of Hampstead. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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TRUCK 2, ENGINE 23 GO TO 2 ALARM FIRE IN WESTMINSTER

Firefighter Cole Milewski, May 20

On Friday evening Truck 2 was alerted for Box 3-20 for the apartment fire with rescue as part of the first alarm of the fire. Engine 23 was alerted on the 2nd alarm. Truck 2responded with a full crew and arrived while the structure was still well involved with fire. Truck 2 set up its aerial on the Delta side of the structure while its crew split and was assigned different tasks. Part of the truck's ... (Full Story & Photos)

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EMERGENCY LANDING IN UPPERCO

Firefighter Cole Milewski, May 19

Around eight o'clock Thursday evening units from Hampstead and Manchester were dispatched to assist with an aircraft emergency landing. Truck 2 responded and soon after Engine 23 as well but was put in service shortly after by Baltimore County Units already on the scene. Truck 2 arrived to find units from the Arcadia and Boring Vol. Fire Departments already on scene and a small Single Engine Cessna ... (Full Story & Photos)

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HOUSE FIRE IN REESE

Firefighter/EMT Chris Zaykoski, March 24

Crews were sent to Reese's area for a reported house on fire on Green Mill Road. Units arrived to find a 1 story house with fire showing. Hampstead's crews arrived and assisted with the initial interior attack of the fire. Additional crews worked to extinguish a brush and tree fire to the rear of the house. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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EASTER BUNNY VISITS HAMPSTEAD

Firefighter/EMT Richard Zaykoski, March 12

On Saturday, the Easter Bunny was in the house to visit with the children of Hampstead at the annual Breakfast with the Easter Bunny hosted by the Junior Fire Company. After a delicious breakfast, the egg hunt was held in the grassy area next to the firehouse. With over 5000 surprise-filled eggs spread throughout the field, there were plenty of opportunities for everyone to “find” a bunch of eggs. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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CHANGE YOUR CLOCK, CHANGE YOUR BATTERY

Assistant Chief J.J. Lynott, March 11

The Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company wants to remind everyone that this weekend begins Daylight Saving Time. With the time change, it is also time to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms.

Roughly 2 out of 3 fire deaths happen in homes with no smoke alarms or the alarms are not working… DON’T be a statistic!!!


SAFETY TIPS:

Install smoke alarms inside and outside each bedroom ... (Full Story & Photos)

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*** UPDATED LOCATION *** - “DON’T TEXT N DRIVE 4 LIZ MARKS”

Assistant Chief J.J. Lynott, March 10

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Think you’re invincible while driving a vehicle?

Think again. Car crashes are a leading cause of death throughout your whole life. About 500 people are killed every year in crashes in Maryland, and nearly half of those deaths involve a distracted driver.

Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company, along with Manchester Valley High School and the Hampstead Police Department would ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Hampstead, Maryland 21074
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