Monday, July 11, 2016
Silver Hill once again will put in service a company owned ambulance.The Ambulance is a 2014 Dodge 4500 4X4 Excellance Ambulance.The plan is to put the Ambulance in service very soon.
Thursday, June 23, 2016
ON THURSDAY JUNE 16TH., WE HAD LUCAS TRAINING IN THE HALL.14 MEMBERS FROM SILVER HILL ATTENDED AS WELL AS ABOUT 60 MOREFROM SURROUNDING STATIONS.THANKS TO OUR INSTRUCTORS MIKE AND ROLANDTHIS TOOL WILL BE A MAJOR HELP SAVING LIVES...
Friday, June 10, 2016
The 29'er Diner in the " Duke Room " added a new sandwich board today. This will help the Kitchen Crew with speed and efficiency.Auxiliary President Richard Catterton, Joey DiPrima and Mike Stevens spent several hours installing this unit. Look out Subway !!!
Tuesday, June 7, 2016
We were glad to assist Holy Family today with their Family Fun Day. Senior Member Joey DiPrima took the pumper to the school todayand assisted them.Several of our members attend this school and Church in the past.
Saturday, May 21, 2016
ON THE 6400 BLOCK OF WHITEWELL COURT,A FAULTY FURNACE LED TO SMOKE IN THE HOUSE ON THIS STREET ALARM.VOLUNTEER CREWS ON TRUCK 29 AND ENGINE CO. 21
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Jon Bigony, Past President of the Bowie Fire Department passed away last week. Mr. Bigony was also the Past President of the Prince George's County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association. In addition, Jon also was a Fire Commissioner on the Prince George's County Fire Commission.Jon joined the Bowie Volunteer Fire Department in 1981 after moving here from York, PA where he was also a Volunteer Firefighter.There will be a wake today at McNamara's Barn in Bowie on Chestnut Avenue.A funeral service will be held at the Assension Church on Lanam-Severen Road in Bowie on Thursday, April 21st. at 11 A.M.
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Engine 291 was loaned to Clinton today to make sure they could remain in service. We're glad to help out.
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Personal Injury accident was reported on Route 5. Units checked two different locations. It turned out there were no injuries. This was during a Volunteer crew night.
Friday, March 25, 2016
Story will be up shortly
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Chief 29 and the Truck were returning from a 26 Box on Addison Road South when communication stuck the box the Gateway Garden Apartments in the 4800 block of Saint Barnabas Road for a report apartment fire just before 18:30 p.m.
While enroute, communication advised that they had reports of citizens jumping from balconies. Units arrived on the scene and reported heavy fire conditions on the top floor and roof area of a three-story garden style apartment. And started an aggressive attack from the interior, while making several attempts to extinguish the fire command asked for the second alarm which brought units from Forestville, Ritchie, and units from Alexandria Va.
After crews attempted several times to make an attack on the fire from the interior but with the amount of fire load and as the ceilings started to collapse on the third floor the units were pulled out and the third alarm was sounded and ladder pipes were used to knock down the fire. Once an aggressive attack was made from the outside using ladder pipes and large hose lines, firefighters were able to re-enter the building to extinguish hot spots.
It took the unit on the scene about 30 minutes to bring the fire under control and the cause is still under investigation.
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