THERE WILL ALSO BE A CASH BAR
Easter Egg Hunt
at North East Fire Company station 44
Saturday March 23
Rain Date Saturday March 30
11A.M– 1 P.M
For children up to age 12, please bring your own basket. Light Refreshments and prizes for the kids.
Sponsored by: North East Fire Company
2993 Turkey Point Rd, North East, Md. 21901
OPENING DAY O’s TICKETS
APRIL 5TH 2013
ORIOLE PARK AT CAMDEN YARDS
SEC: 14 ROW: 2
$ 20.00 PER CHANCE
The North East Fire Company,
Inc. will be holding a special Stockholder's meeting on Monday, March 4, 2013 @
7:00 p.m. with an inclement weather date of Monday, March 25, 2013 at 7:00 p.p.
in the Fire Hall at 210
South Mauldin Avenue, North East, MD 21901. The agenda will be a review of
building renovations/remodeling and possible sale of the Mauldin Avenue
Friday, December 28, 2012
North East Fire Company Inc. was dispatched
to a 401 box for report of a working structure fire with rescue and injuries.
Shortly after dispatch Engine 412 and Assistant Chief 4-1 were enroute.
Assistant Chief 4-1 was the first unit on location advising working fire to
side charlie of the residence establishing East Old Philadelphia Road command.
Engine 412 arrived seconds later pulling a 1' 3/4 hand line to start fire
attack while two others started search/rescue operations. Within minutes
additional units started to arrive on location providing assistance with fire
attack, ventilation, and search. After being on location for ten minutes
command had fire operations switched to defensive mode due to the stability of
the roof starting to give way on side charlie of the structure. While fire
operations were underway, EMS personnel from
NEFC and CCDES were treating and transported a patient with burns from the fire
scene. At 2311 hours command placed the situation under control. No firefighters
were injured while working on the fire scene.
All units on location:
North East: A/C 4-1, A/C 44, E-412, E413, IV
493, and Rescue 4
Singerly: E13, E3, BLS 393, PM 391 and T13
Perryville: Tanker 6, Engine 6 (Transferred
to Station 4)
Rising Sun: Engine 18, Truck 8, Engine 813
CCDES: PM 4 and PM 3
Saturday, October 6, 2012
Get your tickets while they last...its almost POST TIME !!!
Monday, October 1, 2012
Cecil County Department of Emergency Services (CCDES) is pleased to announce, with the conclusion of National Preparedness Month, is proud to provide you with their 2012 Needs Assessment Registry Form. This form contains questions to critical information that is beneficial to emergency service professionals and first responders in emergency situations. Persons that should submit are amongst those that special consideration must be made in order to successfully evacuate a residence should the need arise. CCDES, Police agencies, and Fire Departments utilize this information as a planning tool to determine the resources that may be required to provide assistance in the event of a major emergency or disaster.
CCDES intend to update our current list that was created in 2009 and maintained over the past three years by an opt-in volunteer submission. Part of the updating process is deleting old or outdated information. A formal letter will be mailed to all those currently on the list.
**Please be aware** The intention of this form is to achieve a residential perspective that touches on criteria that is important in a major emergency situation only. We have identified target areas of mobility, cognitive, electrical dependence, and various other medical criteria to be the most significant information our emergency service professionals need to know to assist someone if the emergency happens to encompass the home of the registered resident. This is information will NOT be utilized for any other purpose.
***It is important to note that those residents that are currently within a skilled nursing, assisted living, or group home setting should not complete this form and we instead request that the management of such facilities contact us directly regarding emergency planning considerations.
Submission of the forms may be mailed to:
Cecil County Department of Emergency Services
107 Chesapeake Blvd, Suite 108
Elkton, MD 21921
Or electronic copies may be submitted to:
Steve.email@example.com or James.firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also find the attachment at:
Sunday, September 9, 2012
North East Fire Company Inc. members pin's one of their own for over 50 years of service. Terry Deamond served North East Fire Company as past Fire Chief, President, and various other positions. Terry was a mentor to all the young eager members who worked their way up the ranks to position that some of them still hold today. Thanks to Chief, Stephen Piatelli and wife, Patricia Deamond for setting up this event this afternoon.
Deptuy Chief Hamilton and Director
Huntzberry presenting Terry with his 50
Friday, July 13, 2012 1140
North East Fire Company Inc was dispatched to Camp Sandy Hill for report of a Rubbish Fire. Chief 4 marked up on the air with additional information of 20 x 12 structure with flames in the trusses area of the structure. After Engine 412 and Brush 4 made the response he requested for an additional Engine from Station 5. Within minutes Engine 512 and Tanker 4 marked up on the air. Chief 4 arrived with a 20 x 12 structure flames from the roof. Ambulance 491 than made the response for rehab. Engine 412 arrived pulling a 1" 3/4 line extinguishing the fire. Engine 512's crew assisted with pulling ceiling and checking for hot spot. Tanker 4 applied additional water to Engine 412. Maryland State Fire Marshal requested to the scene and Chief 4 placed the box under control at 1219 hrs.
Thursday, July 5, 2012 2005
North East Fire Company Inc. was dispatched for motor vehicle accident at mile marker 98 on I-95. Shortly after dispatch Medic 491, Chief 4, IV 492, Rescue 4, and Cecil County Paramedic 2 marked up with additional information of a vehicle report of its roof in the median. Medic 491 arrived on location confirming dispatches report of the vehicle in the median overturned. Chief 4 followed arriving assuming Interstate 95 command. Command advised one patient that Medic 491 would transport to Christiana, Rescue 4 pulled a trash line due to a fuel spill/fumes coming from the vehicle. Cecil County Paramedic 2 and IV 492 were placed back into service and Command placed the box under control @ 2048 hrs.
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