Recent Calls
Mon. Apr 20th 2015
Station 40 runs fourth working fire in matter of days

This evening while a line of violent severe thunderstorms were moving through the area, Charles County Communications dispatc...

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Sun. Apr 19th 2015
Engine Co. runs third fire in 24 hours

This morning, Engine 401 running as the third due engine company was dispatched to the 9600 block of Small Drive in Clinton f...

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Sat. Apr 18th 2015
Busy day for Station 40

This morning, Saturday, April 18th has turned out to be a busy day for the engine company. Starting off running a second alar...

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News Headlines
Sat. Jan 30th 2016
Passing of Eloise B. Tippett, wife of Charter Member Wilfred T. Tippett, Sr.

The Officers and Members of the Volunteer Fire Department of Brandywine, Inc. are deeply saddened to announce the passing of ...

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Mon. Nov 30th 2015
Annual Santa Runs Schedule

The membership is currently in the process in scheduling our yearly Santa Run. For those who do not know what a Santa Run is ...

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Thu. Oct 1st 2015
Nor'easter and Hurricane Joaquin

Prince George's County is currently under a Flash Flood Watch beginning tomorrow, October 2nd at 0800 hours and lasting u...

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Rescue Engine 40 on first due building fire
Mon. Jan 16th 2012

While on the air this morning Rescue Engine 40 called into PSC (Public Safety Communications) on Channel 1 that they were on the scene of a working building fire in the 40-12 box located at 6000 Accokeek Road. Rescue Engine 40 advised they had a auto well off inside a garage with extension into the building. The remainder of the box was filled out bringing Engine Companies 24 (Accokeek), 3 (Waldorf), 36 (Baden), Truck 25 (Clinton), Truck 32 (Allentown Road), Rescue Squad 47 (Allentown Road/Silesia) and Battalion Chief 7. Paramedic Ambulance 40 responded with two additional personnel from the station. Battalion Chief 7 arrived on the scene and established the Accokeek Road command. The working fire dispatch was then alerted bringing Charles Ambulance 3 (Waldorf), Medic 25, EMS Duty Officer and the Northern Safety Officer. Command advised fire knocked down at 1115hrs, and holding Rescue Engine 40, Paramedic Ambulance 40, Engine 241 and Truck 25.

Units on the scene: Rescue Engine 40, Paramedic Ambulance 40, Engine 241, Engine 361, Charles Engine 33, Charles Chief 3A, Charles Ambulance 38, Truck 25, Medic 25, Chief 25, Truck 32, Rescue Squad 47, Battalion Chief 7, Safety Division Chief, Southern Division Chief, EMS Duty Officer, Northern Safety Officer

Photos courtesy of Volunteer Captain Ernie Daniels


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