Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department
Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department
Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department
Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department
Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department

2014 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 353 401
Feb 391 389
Mar 414 363
Apr 388 415
May 363 445
Jun 399 422
Total 2308 2435

Past Incidents
Fire EMS
2013 5670 4085
2012 5146 4241
2011 4778 4551
2010 4091 4213
2009 4661 4981
2008 4277 5082
2007 3999 4455
2006 3433 4443

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Abandoned House Fire in Laurel.

Deputy Chief Matt Tomlins, August 02

Just after 8 PM units from Stations 31 and 41 were alerted for the report of a house fire with people trapped at 13718 Engleman Drive in Laurel. While units were enroute, communications received updated information of children jumping from the windows. When units arrived on the scene, a working fire was called and command reported fire coming from the garage area of the home. No people were located ... (Full Story & Photos)

BVFD Run First Due House Fire

Chief Al Schwartz, July 30

Just before 2000 hrs units were dispatched to the 7600 Blk of Old Muirkirk Rd for a reported house fire. Responding were provided of several calls and possible vacant house. Units arrived to find a two story single family home with fire showing, crews were able to confirm it was a vacant home and command order exterior operations. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Severe Weather Blows Through Beltsville

Deputy Chief Matt Tomlins, July 08

Just after 7 PM a severe storm system blew through Beltsville bringing high winds, rain, and lightning. Several reports of trees down and damage to homes, particularly in the Beltsville Heights area. Luckily, so far, there has been no reported injuries. If you have power lines down in your yard or street, do not attempt to move the lines. Call 9-1-1 and stay at a safe distance.... (Full Story & Photos)

Townhouse Fire in Laurel.

Deputy Chief Matt Tomlins, July 06

Units from Beltsville responded to 15013 Courtland Place in Laurel, MD just after 9 AM for the report of a basement fire. Units arrived on scene to a middle of the row townhome that had a fire in the basement. Units from Beltsville operated on the scene for for just over two hours.... (Full Story & Photos)

Fourth of July Celebrations.

Deputy Chief Matt Tomlins, July 05

The Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department participated in the annual Fourth of July celebrations in Laurel again this year. We started the day with a parade and finished up with providing an engine and brush unit during the fire works. This was completed while maintaining an engine and ambulance crew back at the station. Thank you Laurel VFD for inviting us again.... (Full Story & Photos)

House Fire in Beltsville

Deputy Chief Matt Tomlins, June 27

Just after 10 AM this morning units from Beltsville were alerted to the 4500 block of Broad Blvd. for a house fire. Units arrived on the scene with a working fire on the upper floor of a split foyer type home. Personnel made quick work extinguishing the fire. The home owners reported that two of their dogs were still inside the house. Both animals were recovered and are fine. No injuries to anyone ... (Full Story & Photos)

Large Gas Leak in Beltsville

Deputy Chief Matt Tomlins, June 26

Units were alerted for a large gas leak in the area of Sunnyside Avenue and Baltimore Avenue in Beltsville. Upon arrival it was discovered that a large (4 inch) main had been struck during construction. Due to the size of the gas main and the amount of pressure associated with the leak, a large area surrounding the break was cordoned off and businesses were evacuated while the local gas company handled ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine & Truck to Burtonsville

Chief Al Schwartz, June 01

Late this afternoon the Engine and Truck were alerted for a reported townhouse fire on Hickory Leaf Way in Burtonsville. Units from Burtonsville arrived with a middle row townhouse with fire showing. Units from Beltsville operated on the scene for about a hour. Photo Courtesy Chris Scheer. ... (Full Story & Photos)


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