Help get these puppies home! These dogs were found running along Liberty Road not far from our Station. Please call 410-887-0651 to help us reunite them with their families!
UPDATE- The pups were picked up last night by animal control. For anyone with info please call them at 410-887-7297. Reference ID # 03820 & 03821
*** UPDATE as of 8/7 at 1700 hours they WERE claimed by their owner
Check out our members in actions, annually we have to test all of our attack and supply lines that are on the engines. THAT’S A TOTAL OF OVER 7000 FEET OF HOSE between Engine 461, Engine 464, and Special Unit 468. While we were out testing hose we worked with several of our new and upcoming trainee drivers to ensure they understand how to pump the engines and multiple hoses at a time.
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The Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company is seeking dedicated men and women that would like to serve their community. No previous training or experience is required, training will provided through the station and county. Firefighting, Emergency Medical Services, and Administrative positions are available.
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must be able to pass a background check
- Must be able to pass medical screening
- Fire/EMS must be able to pass medical questionnaire
- Must be willing to volunteer your time
To apply and start the process of becoming a volunteer please come and join us on one of our bi-monthly Recruitment Nights. Recruitment nights are held on the first Monday and Third Sunday of each month at 7pm.
If you are interested in joining:
Please contact the Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company at 410- 887- 0651 or email at membership@LRVFC.org
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Chad Knight is the June Member of the Month. Chad has been a member of the Fire Company for many years and chose to become more active within the fire company recently. Chad holds many certifications both Nationally and at the state level. He is a valued member of the company and is assisting in many ways. Whether he’s mentoring young men or serving his community he’s an excellent role model for success and a hard worker.
Today we responded to a reported motor vehicle collision involving a motorcycle and an SUV at the intersection of Old Court Road and Granite Road. The driver was injured and transported to a local hospital for the injuries sustained. We remind everyone to be cognizant of other drivers on the road especially motorcycles and large vehicles that can not stop quickly or easily. By checking both mirrors prior to making lane changes, obeying the posted speed limits, and looking both way before crossing intersections you may save a life.
Congratulations to Maria Basilio and Michael Bossmon for completing their Emergency Medical Technician refresher training that’s required of our volunteers triannually via the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute. This particular class is comprised of 24 hours of classroom time and another 3-4 hours of online classes that our members take out of their busy schedules.Keep up the good work!!!
Meet the Member of the Month Jarron Wormley. Jarron has been a member of the fire company since February 2008 and has continued to grow as a Firefighter and EMT. Jarron currently is in the Baltimore County Fire Department and is a Sergeant within our company. Today we salute Jarron for his dedication to the company and for his commitment to riding our medic unit; some days right after he gets off work.
Congrats to Patrick Flowers Les Jones and Kyle Shropshire for their completion of Pumps. This takes them one step closer to becoming an Engine Driver within our company. Pumps is a 36 hour course that teaches students how a fire engine pump works, how to maximize it’s potential energy, and how to establish water sources for firefighting activities. Being a pump operator is a crucial role on the fireground and is a very demanding task. It requires one to think on their feet, work alone, and be very adaptive. Not to mention they still must be able to drive and operate apparatus under emergency conditions and get to an emergency safely.
Congratulations to our member of the month Tyrone Keys for his dedication towards keeping our community informed regarding our station.
Many thanks to the gentlemen from the Reisterstown Volunteer Fire Company who came down to assist with the removal of some of the remaining cabinets in our former Community Hall. The contractors are in the building and deconstruction has begun with a plan to be fully operational as early as June 2015. Stay tuned for more details
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As many of you may know the second floor of our building suffered a large amount of water damage prior to our exterior renovations in 2012. We are excited to announce construction begins March 23th for a new and more modern space to include all new bathrooms, a large conference space, a meeting room and a study room. We will post photos as the project progresses. We will have up to date technology to help our members get the most out of their training. Construction starts this month!
Don’t forget to Spring your clocks forward tonight! Please also remember to check the batteries and expiration date on your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. The standard recommendation is to replace them every 10 years for the best protection!
Thank you for your continued support!
It’s time to spring forward and change the batteries in your smoke detector
As the snow began to blanket our area today it was abundantly clear why Randallstown and the surrounding areas need to maintain a robust emergency services infrastructure. Today we have every vehicle and full crews on the road for everything from fire alarms and auto accidents to gas leaks and eminent child birth. Baltimore County Fire Chief Hohman even stopped by to pledge his support for our efforts to continue serving the community.
Please keep calling the legislators to let them know that any consideration by the Baltimore County Volunteer Firefighters Association’s to close the Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company would result in increased response time to emergencies. This fact has the potential of placing lives and property at risk.
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz
firstname.lastname@example.org – 410.887.2540
Julian Jones, 4th District Baltimore County Council – email@example.com – 410.887.3389
Delores Kelley, State Senator 10th Legislative District – firstname.lastname@example.org – 410.841.3606
Benjamin Brooks, State Delegate 10th Legislative District – email@example.com – 410.841.3352