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Station 46 - Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company
Baltimore County

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April 2013: Prayers and Respects

Our deepest respects go out to the family friends of Gene Kirchner and to the Reisterstown Volunteer Fire Company. Gene responded to a 3-alarm house fire and was injured while searching for victims. His passing is a tremendous loss and our thoughts and prayers are with his family and all of those who knew him.


June 2012: Passing of Past President

It is with great sadness that the officers and members of the Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company announce the passing of William Walter Boyd Sr. Walter was Past President of Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company as well as Past President of The Baltimore County Volunteer Fireman's Association. Walter served on many committee's at both the county and state level.

The viewing will be at Burrier-Queen Funeral Home in Winfield, MD on Saturday June 30 4pm-6pm and Sunday July 1 2pm-4pm. The funeral will be Monday July 2 at Wards Chapel Church United methodist Church (time TBA).

March 2012: Vehicle Collision

SUV collided with a dump truck. Two passengers required extrication.

January 2012:

Congratulations to Maria Basilio, Nikia Davis, and Traci Jackson for passing the Maryland EMT B certification.

Congratulations to the LT. Bernard Habersham for passing both the National Paramedic and a Maryland Paramedic certifications.

In Memory of Jarrett Dixon

Sunrise: September 3, 1971 - Sunset: January 12, 2008

Fire Apparatus Driver Operator (FADO) Jarrett Dixon was a 10-year department veteran at the time of his death. Jarrett is remembered by the Baltimore County Fire Department, the Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company 46, BCoFD Halethorpe Station 5B crew, his family, and most importantly his son.

Jarrett you are missed but never forgotten.

2011 Response Numbers

1280 Suppression calls

1533 EMS calls

November 2011: Vehicle Collision

SU468 was dispatched to a reported motor vehicle collision. A single motor vehicle crash was found approximately 4 miles from the originally dispatched location. SU468 located a single vehicle which came to rest against a tree, one of three occupants had extensive injuries. All patients were transported to the closest appropriate medical facility for their injuries.

November 2011: Vehicle Collision

E464 and M465 were dispatched to a reported Motor Vehicle Collision in the area of 10312 Liberty Road. Two vehicles had collided and the injured occupant was transported to the closest appropriate medical facility.

November 2011: Vehicle Collision

SU468 and M465 were dispatched for a 10-50 PI with a vehicle into a ditch. Upon M465's arrival they located a vehicle with one occupant who was able to exit the vehicle through his driver side window. The patient was transported to the closest appropriate medical facility for treatment with minor injuries.

November 2011: Dwelling Fires and Vehicle Collision

On November 3rd crews from 46 repsonded to a 3am firebox followed by a 5am fire box with persons trapped and a 7am vehicle collision. At noon crews responded to another dwelling fire. Later in the day crews responded to a report of a vehicle leaking fuel.

The crews from 46 also found time to conduct two fire drills at local schools.

October 2011: Vehicle Collision

E464 & M465 responded to a head-on motor vehicle collision with rescue near the intersection of Marriottsville Road and Southall Road. One vehicle was found over the curb partially in a wooded area, and the other vehicle was found on the opposite side of the road over the curb. Patients were transported to the trauma center and a local hospital.

October 2011: Vehicle Collision

On October 19, 2011 E461 and M465 responded to a report of a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Pikeswood Rd & Liberty Road. One person was transported to a local hospital for evaluation.

October 2011: Lawn Tractor Fire

Engine 461 responded to a lawn tractor fire on Davis Ave. On arrival the crew found a lawn tractor fully engulfed in flames. Firefighter Wormley quickly extinguished the flames with assistance from Capt. Francis and Lt. Fulton.

October 2011: Vehicle Collision

A tanker truck carrying 2800 gallons of 5w 30 motor oil rolled over at the intersection of Lyons Mill Road and Owings Mills Road. Engine 464 was in the district doing drivers training and responded to the incident and was able to quickly identify the chemical and control the leak from a loading hatch until MDE arrived to place a clamp on the hatch.

October 2011: Fire Safety at Home Depot

Home Depot Randallstown invited LRVFC out to their monthly Children's Workshop for fire safety, engine tours, and talk about volunteering as a Firefighters & EMT's.

2nd Annual Open House

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Open House included helicopters, Police K-9 units, US military groups, Scruff McGruff, and activities that include raffles, a large inflatable obstacle course, a moon bounce, the interactive junior fire fighter squirt house, Baltimore County Fire Safety House, and different Fire apparatus tours.

July 2011: Memorial Stair Climb

LRVFC personnel participated in the 9-11 memorial climb on July 21 at the Baltimore Hilton hotel. Each participant was provided the picture of a firefighter who lost their life on 9/11 and climbed 110 flights of stairs in their memory. All funds raised go towards the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, we are proud to have them represent LRVFC with a completion time or 58 minutes and 55 seconds.

2010 Lions Club Fire Fighter of the Year

Congratulations to Fire Sergeant Joe Lansey for receiving the 2010 Lions Club Fire Fighter of the Year award.

On June 15 the Reisterstown, Randallstown Lions Club honored Sergeant Lansey for his dedication to training and volunteering with the Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company. Sergeant Lansey joined Co. 46 in 2007 and has completed fire fighter 2 training and is finishing his training to become an Emergency Medical Technician. He has made the Top Ten Responders list 2 years in a row and has recently joined the MTA Police Department.

We wish him the best of luck in his new mission. Congrats!

May 2011: LRVFC assists with missing person search

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LRVFC assisted with a search of the Liberty Resevior for the missing Baltimore City Fire recruit.

March 2011: Busy Friday at LRVFC

After a long day of training at the house burn Liberty Road Volunteers responded to multiple calls in the community. Two fire alarms and a medic assist followed by a return to the earlier house fire. As usual the remains of the home "rekindled" and crews manned E461, E464, and B462. In total approximately 2000 gallons of water was used to drown the remaining flames.

March 2011: Training

Liberty Road Volunteers enjoyed some great training on Friday March 11. The Baltimore Christian Faith Center located in the 10000 blk of Liberty Road allowed us to train in a condemned home on their property. Engine 464, Engine 18 (Randallstown), Engine 71 (Essex), Carrol County Tanker 133 (Gamber), and Truck 18 (Randallstown) spent the morning practicing burn evolutions. A water shuttle was used to bring water to the location since this area doesn't have fire hydrants.

March 2011: Gas Line Struck

Around 9am on Wednesday March 9, 2011 Liberty Road Volunteers were alerted for a gas line struck on Marriottsville Road. Engine 461 responded to find a contractor had cut through a BGE gas line while doing construction. BGE responded and clamped off the gas line.

February 2011: Dwelling Fires

February 8th 2011 was busy at 46 starting with a response for tanker strike team request in Co. 56 first due (Berrymans Lane) followed by two dwelling fires and support for an EMS call.

At 10:09 am LRVFC was alerted for a dwelling fire with reports of people trapped in Co. 18 first due on Stoneybrook Road. E464 was 3rd arriving engine and the crew of Lt. Francis, Sgt. Habersham, BOD Meyers, and EMT/FF Byrnes investigated the attic area for any fire extension. All occupants made it out safely.

Shortly after clearing there at 10:52 am while returning to station E464 was picked up once again for Co. 18 first due dwelling fire on Allenswood Road. E464 was 2nd arriving engine with heavy fire blowing out the front of the dwelling. E18 stretched 2 lines in the front door and E464 crew stretched an additional line to the rear and made access to the basement. Although there was significant property damage all occupants made it out safely.

Upon clearing at 11:49 E464 was picked up to respond with EMS units for a bariatric response in our first due. E464 assisted EMS 8, Medic 3, and Medic 18 with patient care and transport.

January 2011: Vehicle Collision

E464 was dispatched for a multiple motor vehicle collision in the area of Liberty Road and Burmont. Upon arrival E464's crew identified multiple patients and four medic units were requested. Patients were transported for further treatment and evaluation.


The members of the Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company wish to express our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of fire fighter Mark Falkenhan. This tragic line of duty death (1/19/11) is a tremendous loss for family, friends and fellow fire fighters. May God bless his soul.