2016 Incidents
Jan 63
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Welcome to The Brunswick Volunteer Fire Company Inc.

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Chief: George R. Clary, Jr.

President: Brian Jefferson


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E51 Transfers to Berkeley Springs, WV

April 26

Around 1700hrs on April 25th, E51 was alerted for a transfer. But this wasn't a normal call. E51 was being sent to Berkeley Springs, WV, which is over an hour away. It's rare that we receive a transfer out of the area, but today, it was needed. Units from all over WV were battling a large mountain fire of approximatly 25+ acres in Morgan Co WV off Lightsville Rd and resources were very thin. E51 spend ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Brunswick Safety Day

April 18

Members of the Brunswick Community have joined together to present the Brunswick Safety Day on Sunday, April 17, 2016 from 12pm - 4pm at the Brunswick Volunteer Fire Company. The theme for the day is to offer residents of Brunswick information form local businesses and organizations to assist them in locating possible services that may be needed within their families, as well as to educate family ... (Full Story & Photos)

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2 Houses Burn on 6th Ave

April 17

On the morning of April 17th around 2:35am, a house fire assignment was sounded the 100blk of 6th Ave. While en route to the scene, Brunswick PD arrived to find 2 houses fully involved. E51 arrived and confirmed they had 2 houses on fire with 3 exposures endanger. A supply line was laid and hand lines were used to extinguish the fire . A second alarm was called to assist with additional manpower. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Mountain Fire on the Appalachian Trail

April 02

On Saturday, April 2nd around 3pm, Tanker 5 and Brush 55 were called to Washington County to assist with an outside investigation. Upon arrival, units found a fire in the mountain on the Frederick County side along the Appalachian Trail. The call was then transferred to Frederick County and units were dispatched.

Units were dispatched to the 5400blk of Burkittsville Rd and upon arrival, found smoke ... (Full Story & Photos)

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5th Annual Public Safety Awards

March 08

March 8, 2016 • 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. • The Brunswick Volunteer Fire Hall

The Fifth Annual Public Safety Awards will be March 8, 2016 from 8:00 to 10:00 am at Brunswick Fire Hall. This breakfast event is open to the entire Frederick community, seating is limited and advanced registration is required.

Tickets are $25.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Multiple Pinned on Rt464

March 04

Around 1800 hrs, a vehicle accident with entrapment on Rt 464 @ Olive School Rd was alerted. Rescue Engine 52 was dispatched with Chief 20 arriving to find a 2 vehicle collision with 2 patients still in their vehicles. Rescue Engine 52 and Rescue Squad 20 went to work stabilizing the car with the patient that was pinned. Engine 201 pulled a protection line and began stabilization and extrication ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Building Fire on W Potomac St

February 01

Early in the morning on February 1st, units were dispatched for a report of a building fire in the 100blk of W Potomac St. Units arrived to find charred wiring on an outside HVAC unit with Chief 5 in command. No smoke or fire was found inside and utilities were controlled. Units cleared a short time later.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Building Collapse - Brunswick City Works
Building Collapse - Brunswick City Works

Snow Storm Jonas

January 22

Starting January 22nd, the Tri-State region was hit with major snow storm Janas. In all, the storm dumped just over 40" of snow in the Brunswick area. During that time, the members of Station 5 were busy taking in calls, clearing the fire house grounds, and standing by in case anyone in the area needed assistance.

From January 22 through the 26th, Station 5 personnel had 720 man hours and ran a total ... (Full Story & Photos)

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