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2015 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 49 106
Feb 43 96
Mar 31 85
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 123 287

Past Responses
Fire EMS
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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FOR SALE: 1999 New Lexington/American LaFrance Fire Engine

Chief Zach Schneider, May 01

FOR SALE: 1999 New Lexington/American LaFrance Fire Engine...Asking $155,000 or best offer

Fully Equipped and Ready to be placed in service!!!

Engine: Detroit DDC60 470HP
Transmission: Allison HD 4060
Mileage: 53,500
Hours: 4,150
Pump: 1,500 GPM Hale Q Max
Water Tank: 750 Gallons
Trident Automatic Air Primer
Body: Stainless Steel, 6 person cab
Front Axle: 21,500lbs
Rear ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire Prevention Ambassador Contest

Assistant Treasurer Sandra McKenzie, May 18

Fire Prevention Representatives

Looking for young ladies that are interested in competing for Miss Winfield

Are you looking for a different way to get community service hours, do you enjoy working with other people and would you like volunteering.

Fire Prevention
Little 6 to 10 years old
Junior 11 to 14 years old
Miss 16 to 24 years old

*Great opportunity to learn and spread the knowledge of ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo by the Carroll County Times.
Photo by the Carroll County Times.

Fire Prevention Visit

Fire Prevention & Life Safety Chair Debbie Gartrell, May 17

Winfield Volunteers received a last minute fire prevention request to pay a visit to special needs children at Hidden Brook Stables in Woodbine. Lt. Beadenkopf discussed how Engine 142 works, the turnout gear a firefighter wears, the different types of fire and smoke warning devices that are on the market for the seeing and hearing impaired, the importance of planning and practicing escape plans, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Winfield VFD Visits 3rd Graders

Fire Prevention & Life Safety Chair Debbie Gartrell, May 13

The Winfield Community Volunteer Fire Department set out to visit Winfield and Linton Springs Elementary Schools third graders today.

All third graders toured the fire engine, practiced stop, drop, and roll, had the opportunity to try on turn out gear, practiced dialing 911, as well as being taught home safety lessons in the safety house.

Thanks to those that assisted today: Pat Crosby, Sandy McKenzie, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Vehicle Collision with Rescue - Route 26 at Bushey Road

Chief Zach Schneider, April 29

On Tuesday April 28, 2015 at 8:08 p.m. Winfield & Sykesville Fire Departments responded to a vehicle collision with rescue at the intersection of Route 26 & Bushey Road. Chief 14 was the first to arrive establishing command and confirming a working rescue involving three vehicles with one trapped. Paramedic 149 arrived and immediately began patient care while crews from Engine 141 and Rescue Squad ... (Full Story & Photos)

Safety House Visits Finch Open House

Fire Prevention & Life Safety Chair Debbie Gartrell, April 25

The safety house was requested to attend Finch Services open house this cold dreary morning to represent the fire department. Six children and seven adults toured the safety house.

Thanks to Kelsea Cimabue, John Laster, and Jeanne Burrier for assisting with today's event.... (Full Story & Photos)

Winfield's Fire Department Pond

Chief Zach Schneider, April 25

Over the past few weeks the Winfield Fire Department's pond has been undergoing construction. The pond which is located directly across the street from the station is utilized as one of the primary water supply sources in the first due area. Over the recent years the pond has become overgrown with vegetation and silt which had clogged the drafting pipe causing the water source to temporary be placed ... (Full Story & Photos)

Vehicle Fire on Ridge Road

Chief Zach Schneider, April 23

On Thursday April 23, 2015 at 6:54 p.m. Winfield Fire Department was alerted for a vehicle fire on Ridge Road in the area of Michael Road. Captain 9-1 (Stansbury) who was traveling down Ridge Road was the first to arrive advising there was a vehicle on the shoulder fully involved. Engine 142 arrived and the crew quickly deployed a hose line extinguishing the fire in the engine compartment and interior ... (Full Story & Photos)

Lt. Joe Beadenkopf, Firefighter Charles Sperling, and Firefighter Tommy Davis work on extinguishing the fire
Lt. Joe Beadenkopf, Firefighter Charles Sperling, and Firefighter Tommy Davis work on extinguishing the fire

Carroll County Junior Day

Assistant Treasurer Sandra McKenzie, April 12

The Winfield Junior Fire Department participated in the Carroll County Junior Day on April 11, 2015 at New Windsor Fire Department.

It was a great event that many junior departments throughout Carroll Count participated in. All the juniors had the chance to learn some old and some new skills. In the morning they trained on Overland Repelling, Ladders, Search and Rescue, and EMS Care. In the afternoon ... (Full Story & Photos)

Take Steps to Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

FM Press Release, April 07

TAKE STEPS TO AVOID CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING

State Fire Marshal Brian S. Geraci encourages all Marylanders to be mindful of the dangers of carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, tasteless, and potentially toxic gas that is produced by the incomplete combustion of liquid fuels, solid fuels, or natural gases. The recent incident involving the deaths of eight family members in Princess ... (Full Story & Photos)

 

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06/28/2015
Liberty Street Rods Car Show

07/06/2015 - 07/11/2015
Annual Carnival

09/12/2015
$50,000 Total Cash Give Away

09/15/2015
Red Cross Blood Drive

09/16/2015
Spaghetti Dinner

10/21/2015
Spaghetti Dinner

11/15/2015
Fire Safety Open House


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