Engine 464 along with many neighboring companies were responded to a reported shed fire on Deer Park Road. Engine 464 was able to deploy two hand lines and due to the location of the home, water was provided by the fire engines responding to the scene.
When Engine 464 arrived the crew found a large volume of fire extending from two sides of the structure; unfortunately many animals were lost but crews were able to keep the fire from extending to nearby structures.
Happy Birthday to our very own Jerry Johnson. Jerry has been a member since August of 2015 and has contributed to helping the company improve through community events and new ideas. We welcome Jerry to the family and look forward to your completion of your core classes so you can assist us with helping the community.
Happy Birthday to our very own Chantel Charles. Chantel aspires to become an EMT and currently is in college studying Biology. During her summers away from school she spends her time with us at LRVFC working on her classes.
Today is Sergeant Patrick Flowers’s Birthday, on behalf of the Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company we’d like to wish Patrick a very Happy Birthday
Liberty Road’s crews were busy after the snow fall with several motor vehicle collisions. This one trapped the driver for a brief moment until crews were able to cut away the dashboard to free the occupant.
LRVFC welcomes Royal farms to the liberty Road corridor and we greatly appreciate your support of LRVFC
Both photo’s c/of Royal Farms
Better to be safe than sorry, please ensure your local fire hydrants are clear, you never know when we may need them to save your life or the life of a neighbor.
As this storm approaches please be assured we are making preparations to be able to serve our community as best as possible. We have 4wheel drive emergency vehicles with plows, chains, and a full staff that will be housed at the station ready and waiting in the event there is an emergency.
Home owners should please take effort in keeping fire hydrants clear of snow. If you have called us for an emergency and hear us coming please have someone flag us down or flash your outside lights if you are able to, as some mailboxes and or addresses may not be clear due to poor visibility and snow depth.
If you do not have to travel in the snow please don’t! Stay home and stay safe so you don’t become one of the emergencies we are called to respond to!
As we prepare for the invoking snow we want to send a special Happy Birthday shout out to our very own JARRON WORMLEY! Jarron is currently a Sergeant here at LRVFC and has been a very dedicated member since he joined our company several years. So Jarron, on behalf of the LRVFC family we wish you a Happy Birthday from the bottom of our hearts and we hope you enjoy the snow.
Happy Birthday to our very own KRISTA REMMERS. Krista is the current President here at LRVFC and has been a very dedicated member vital to the success within our company. Krista on behalf of the LRVFC family we wish you a Happy Birthday from the bottom of our hearts and we hope you see many many more.
This was a day that so many of us will never forget. Jarrett Dixon was an extremely active member of our company and always pushed everyone to be the best that they could be. As a line officer, dedicated to the success of our company his passing left a hole that no one else will be able to fill. Rest Easy Brother. We are thinking of you often.
Santa is still coming boys and girls we are just making sure he gets there safe and sound. The schedule will be posted along with a bonus day.
Engine 461 responded to an early morning motor vehicle collision where one person was transported to the hospital.
Liberty Road Crews got together today to decorate the station and apparatus in preparation for Santa’s arrival. We look forward to seeing you as we escort Santa throughout our district. For more information or to get on our informational list contact Sgt. Wormley 410-887-0651 ext. 226 Jwormley@LRVFC.org
In the middle of the night Liberty Road crews were up tending to several flooded basements. In this incident water filled an exterior basement entrance putting enough pressure on the door to cause it to buckle and eventually ripped it from the hinges. The door is seen on the other side of the room. When crews arrived there were several inches of water that flooded the basement causing water damage. We urge everyone to be safe when it comes to rapidly rising water as the power of water can be enough to injure or cause severe damage to persons or property in it’s path.