Wednesday, July 08, 2020
Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Fire/EMS Station
Second District Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad
Monday, July 06, 2020
Working House Fire in Piney Point
Bay District Volunteer Fire Department
Working House Fire in Great Mills
Bay District Volunteer Fire Department
Sunday, July 05, 2020
Dry Conditions Fuel Woods Fire - Point Lookout State Park
Ridge Volunteer Fire Department
Friday, July 03, 2020
Hollywood Volunteers Respond to Fatal Accident
Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department
Hollywood Firefighter Awarded Maryland State Firefighter of the Year
Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department
Tanker Responds to Large Brush Fire in St. Mary's City
Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department

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Summer Safety Tips

St. Mary's County Volunteers, May 13

Keep these tips in mind as you and your family enjoy summer vacations, camping, family reunions, picnics and the Fourth of July.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Pictured Below (L-R)- Servpro Employees, Mr. Mike Watts, Mr. Shannon Shreve, Mr. Scott Stauffer, followed by St. Mary’s County Department of Emergency Services employees- EMS Chief, David Stamey and Technical Services Coordinator, Mr. Scott Raley.
Pictured Below (L-R)- Servpro Employees, Mr. Mike Watts, Mr. Shannon Shreve, Mr. Scott Stauffer, followed by St. Mary’s County Department of Emergency Services employees- EMS Chief, David Stamey and Technical Services Coordinator, Mr. Scott Raley.

Emergency Vehicle Decontamination

St. Mary's County Department of Emergency Services, May 13

St. Mary's County Department of Emergency Services

In two days, Servpro of St. Mary’s and Calvert County, decontaminated a total of 47 St. Mary’s County Emergency Response Vehicles pertaining to Police, Fire, EMS and Animal Control.

This operation was initiated and lead by St. Mary’s County Government, Department of Emergency Services, EMS Division Chief, Mr. David Stamey. He was assisted by Technical ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Fire Safety during Winter Storms

St. Mary's County Volunteers, January 30

Winter storms can happen almost anywhere. They can cause us problems. Know what to do before, during and after a storm. This will help keep you and your family safe from a winter fire.

• Test all smoke alarms. Do this at least once a month. This way you will know they are working. Install carbon monoxide alarms in your home. Test the alarms.

• Plan two ways out of the home in case of an emergency. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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