Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department
Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department
Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department
Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department
Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department

2016 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 0 0
Feb 0 0
Mar 0 0
Apr 0 0
May 0 0
Jun 0 0
Jul 0 0
Aug 0 0
Sep 0 0
Oct 0 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 0 0

Past Incidents
Fire EMS
2015 5095 5812
2014 5707 5466
2013 5670 4085
2012 5146 4241
2011 4778 4551
2010 4091 4213
2009 4661 4981
2008 4277 5082
2007 3999 4455
2006 3433 4443

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House Fire in Laurel

Chief Matt Tomlins, April 10

Last nights units from Station 31 and 41 were alerted to 1105 White Way in Laurel for the report of a basement fire. Units from Station 10, Laurel, arrived on the scene to fire showing from the carport area. After more investigation is was learned that the house had an extensive fire in the basement. Crews made entry and extinguished the fire quickly. No injuries were reported and total of 13 people ... (Full Story & Photos)

Commercial Fire in Beltsville

Chief Matt Tomlins, March 02

Just after 2 PM this afternoon units were alerted to the Mid Eastern Bakery at 11400 Old Baltimore Pike in Beltsville for the report of a piece of machinery on fire. Units arrived on the scene with smoke showing from the front of the building. Interior fire attack was initiated and it was quickly realized that more units were needed. A second alarm was requested. All occupants were safely evacuated ... (Full Story & Photos)

B.A.R.C. Building 202 Burns.

Chief Matt Tomlins, February 22

Just after 6:30 AM this morning units were alerted to Building 202 located off Powder Mill Road and Animal Husbandry Road for the report of fire coming from the roof. While units were responding our communications department updated responders that they were receiving multiple calls. When units arrived it was quickly decided to set up master streams to extinguish the fire. The building housed three ... (Full Story & Photos)

Kitchen Fire in Laurel

Chief Matt Tomlins, January 17

Engine 31 was alerted for a kitchen fire in the end-of-the-row townhouse in the 7600 block of N. Arbory Way in Laurel. Crews from the engine were instructed to report to the second floor. The fire was located in the kitchen area and quickly extinguished. Occupants from the home were assisted by the Citizens Support Unit to find housing. No injuries were reported.... (Full Story & Photos)

Townhouse Fire in Calverton

Chief Matt Tomlins, January 04

In the early afternoon units from 31 and 41 were alerted to 11967 Beltsville Drive in Calverton for the report of a townhouse fire. Units arrived on scene to find a fire a townhouse in the middle of the group. Quick actions by all involved extinguished the fire in short order. No injuries were reported.... (Full Story & Photos)

Serious Accident in Adelphi

Chief Matt Tomlins, December 23

Units from Stations 31 and 41 were alerted to the area of Powder Mill Road and Pleasant Acres Drive in Adelphi for the report of a vehicle accident with people trapped. Units on scene found a head on collision involving a small SUV and a Metro bus. One person in the SUV was trapped and needed to be extricated with the 'Jaws of Life'. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Commercial Fire in Laurel.

Chief Matt Tomlins, December 18

Truck 831 was alerted to the report of a commercial structural fire in the Howard County portion of Laurel, Maryland just before 2 am this morning. Units arrived to 10115 N. Second Street to find what firefighters believed to be a vacant structure. The crew from Truck 31 operated for just over an hour.... (Full Story & Photos)

Pizza with Santa a Success!

Chief Matt Tomlins, December 12

The Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department and Ladies Auxiliary opened their doors today to invite the public in to eat pizza with Santa. This year's event has been the most attended since we started pizza with Santa. We all would like to thank everyone who came out and made this day a success!... (Full Story & Photos)


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