Recent Calls
Sun. Apr 19th 2015
Engine Co. runs third fire in 24 hours

This morning, Engine 401 running as the third due engine company was dispatched to the 9600 block of Small Drive in Clinton f...

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Sat. Apr 18th 2015
Busy day for Station 40

This morning, Saturday, April 18th has turned out to be a busy day for the engine company. Starting off running a second alar...

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Sun. Oct 6th 2013
Early morning transfer to Charles County

At approximately 0042hrs, Sunday, October 6, 2013, Rescue Engine 40 was alerted to transfer to Charles County Fire Station 12...

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News Headlines
Mon. Apr 20th 2015
Tornado Watch in effect for Prince George's County

The National Weather Service has issued a "Tornado Watch" in effect for Prince George's County and our surround...

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Mon. Apr 20th 2015
Rescue Squad 40 Out of Service

While on the air this morning, Rescue Squad 40 was involved in a property damage accident on Croom Road. The unit was struck ...

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Mon. Apr 20th 2015
Severe Weather expected for Prince George's County this afternoon

The National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center located in Norman, Oklahoma has placed the mid-atlantic region und...

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Rescue Engine runs working fire in Accokeek
Sun. Jan 15th 2012

Tonight at 1809hrs, Rescue Engine 40 along with Engine Companies 24 (Accokeek), Charles 12 (Waldorf), 32 (Allentown Road), Charles Truck 3 (Waldorf), Charles Truck 11 (Bryans Road), Rescue Squad 47 (Allentown Road/Silesia) and Battalion Chief 5 were alerted to Accokeek Road and Livingston Road for the reported house fire. Rescue Engine 40 responded with six personnel. Engines 241 and 242 arrived on the scene to find a two story single family dwelling with heavy fire showing from the second floor. The working fire dispatch was then sounded for Charles Ambulance and Paramedic 11 (Bryans Road), Battalion Chief 7 and the Northern Safety Officer. Chief 24B established the Livingston Road command on arrival. Once on the scene, the Rescue Engine's crew assisted on the secondary search of the fire building. The fire was placed under control at 1828hrs. Rescue Engine 40 cleared at 1858hrs.

Units on the scene: Rescue Engine 40, Engine 241, Engine 242, Engine 322, Charles Engine 121, Charles Truck 3, Charles Truck 11, Rescue Squad 47, Ambulance 249, Chief 24A, Chief 24B, Charles Chief 3B, Duty Chief, Medic 25, Southern Safety Officer, Ambulance 259, Charles Paramedic Ambulance 118, Chief 32B

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PO Box 238
Brandywine, MD 20613
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