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2016 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 35 105
Feb 29 75
Mar 20 81
Apr 30 100
May 28 90
Jun 44 86
Jul 36 76
Aug 24 97
Sep 25 87
Oct 0 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 271 797

Past Responses
Fire EMS
2015 404 1167
2014 386 1013
2013 323 1000
2012 359 1000
2011 373 947
2010 370 884
2009 335 806
2008 402 854
2007 399 918
2006 468 826
2005 379 811

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Vehicle Collision with Rescue on Route 26

Chief Zach Schneider, October 22

On Saturday October 22nd at 6:56a.m. Winfield and Sykesville Fire Departments were alerted for a vehicle collision with rescue at the intersection of Route 26/Woodbine Road. First arriving units found one patient trapped in a car that was struck by a large commercial truck. Engine 141 arrived and EMS-14 (A. Johnstone) established command and a Maryland State Police Medevac was requested due to ... (Full Story & Photos)

House Fire on Old Westminster Road

Chief Zach Schneider, October 17

On Monday October 17th at 4:48p.m. firefighters from Westminster, New Windsor, Winfield, and Gamber Fire Departments were alerted for a reported house fire in the 1400 Block of Old Westminster Road. First arriving Chief 3-1 (Haddad) confirmed a working house, requested the rapid intervention dispatch, and established command. Winfield's Engine 142 arrived and pulled ceilings, checked for extension, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire Prevention and Halloween Safety

Patsy Will, October 10

Fire Prevention Week October 9-15, 2016

Although we designate October as fire safety month, I encourage everyone to practice fire prevention and life safety measures throughout the year in your homes and community. Education and awareness is key to preventing loss, injury and even death in our homes and neighborhoods.
The theme this year is “Don’t Wait, Check the Date”. This refers to the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Vehicle Collision with Rescue on Woodbine Road

Chief Zach Schneider, October 10

On Sunday October 9th at 6:22p.m. Winfield, Lisbon, and Mt. Airy Fire Departments were alerted for a vehicle collision with rescue in the 7100 Block of Woodbine Road. While units were responding to the incident scene further information was provided that one of the patients was trapped and unconscious. Based on this information a Maryland State Police Medevac was requested. Chief 14 arrived an ... (Full Story & Photos)

Quarterly Training - Rescue Day

Assistant Chief Mark Davis, August 28

Crews from Winfield, Sykesville-Freedom District, and Lisbon spent their Sunday morning practicing their rescue skills. As part of Winfield Community VFD's in-service training program, quarterly training drills are held in addition to the monthly drills in an effort to provide additional training opportunities for members. This quarter's drill offered mutual aid companies the opportunity to participate ... (Full Story & Photos)

MSFA Convention News

Member Debbie Gartrell, June 21

On Sunday, June 19, seven ladies competed for the title of MSFA Miss Fire Prevention 2016-2017. The contestants were Rachel Bowles, Cecil County, Brittnee Ewing, Talbot County, Mariah Maines, Harford County, Cari McHenry, Maryland Fire Chief's Association, Emily Reaver, Carroll County, Sierra Smallwood, Washington County, and Sabrina Wainwright, Harford-Cecil Firemen's Association.

After a farewell ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Ambulance "149" Progress report

EMS Captain Austin Johnstone, June 18

As you may or may not know Winfield is in the process of replacing our current Ambulance. Our Ambulance is the busiest piece of apparatus in our fleet of 8 vehicles. It runs nearly 1200 calls a a year and is not going to be slowing down. In Carroll County Ambulances are known by a number; station number followed by a 9 for a stations first ambulance, that is why ours is known as 149.

The Ambulance ... (Full Story & Photos)

House Fire on Barnes Avenue

Chief Zach Schneider, June 17

On Thursday morning June 16th at 2:24a.m. units from Westminster, Reese, Gamber and New Windsor fire departments were dispatched for a house fire in the 600 Block of Barnes Avenue in Westminster. Units arrived to heavy fire coming from the rear of the house and requested the rapid intervention dispatch and tanker task force adding Winfield's Tanker 14 to the call. The occupants of the home were ... (Full Story & Photos)

House Fire on Davis Road

Chief Zach Schneider, June 07

On Sunday morning June 5th at 8:37a.m. units from Mt. Airy and surrounding departments were dispatched for a house fire in the 6300 block of Davis Road. First arriving Engine 12 from Mt. Airy Volunteer Fire Company arrived to a two story single family house with fire coming from the second floor windows and roof. The tanker task force was quickly requested brining additional resources to the scene ... (Full Story & Photos)

Winfield and ARC Partner to Save Lives

Member Debbie Gartrell, May 15

On Sunday, May 15, the American Red Cross and the Winfield Fire Department partnered to install free 10 year lithium battery smoke alarms as part of the MSFA Community Risk Reduction Weekend. Sixty-four smoke alarms were installed in two of our older developments located off of Linton and Perry Roads.

Fire department members that assisted: Jim Heckendorn, John Laster, James Main, Jeanne Burrier, ... (Full Story & Photos)


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