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Celebrating the life of Past President Ivan Goldstein
Yesterday we assisted with respectfully celebrating the life of Past President Ivan Goldstein. It was our honor to show our respect to the Goldstein family with help from the Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company, the Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company, and the members of the BCoFD Franklin Station #56 who were able to park along the route to Ivan's final resting place. Ivan you will be missed.
House Fire on Dark Star Way
At 1:18pm on Wednesday April 15th E461 was alerted for a House fire in the 4700 block of Dark Star Way. Upon arrival, units found a well involved fire which had extended from the garage and was throughout much of the house. E18 pulled a hose line to the garage and E461 pulled a line to the rear of the structure. Due to instability of the roof and heavy fire throughout the home units started with a defensive attack. Units operated on scene for over 2 hours. Units: BC22 E461 E18 E56 T18 A465 E19 M18 E3 FM4 E412 TOW323 E2 AU19 CAN 156 SAFE1 E321 EMS5 E413 S322 CAN156
House Fire on Lyons Mill Road
On February 16th just after 6pm units were alerted by a neighbor to a house on fire in the 9800 block on Lyons Mill Road across fr the elementary school. Ambulance 465 arrived first and confirmed smoke and fire showing. Engine 461 arrived shortly after and pulled a line through the front door. E461 made an initial knock on a bulk of the fire. Crews operated for over two and a half hours
Liberty Road Responds to Windsor Mill House Fire
On January 20th just after 2 p.m units from Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company were dispatched to the single-family residence. Engine 461 arrived and found heavy smoke showing. Because the house is located in an area without hydrants, tankers were dispatched to supply additional water to extinguish the fire. Firefighters from Engine 3 found the victim just inside the front door on the main level of the home. He was transported to a local hospital, where he later died. A large portion of the first floor collapsed into the basement, necessitating the evacuation of fire personnel and hindering attempts by Baltimore County fire investigators to examine the scene. The fire remains under investigation.
MVC at Owings Mills Blvd
E461 responded with units from Station 18 for a motor vehicle collision with rescue at the intersection of Liberty Road and Owings Mills Blvd. E461 arrived to find two vehicles involved in a collision. Ambo 315 was added to the call due to multiple patients. In total 3 patients were transported to hospitals. Units operated on scene for 30 minutes.
Operation Holiday Cheer
Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus, right down Santa Claus Lane! Santa wanted to make sure we all get some Christmas Joy this year. We MUST make sure we keep Santa safe and healthy this year so he can make his trip on Christmas Eve. Santa will be doing a drive thru of our neighborhoods
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