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Level VFC will be participating in the Statewide Recruitment Day Open House. Stop by the station located 3633 Level Village Road Havre de Grace Md 21078 to learn more about volunteering. There is a position for everyone Active FireEMS Administrative Auxiliary. There will be hands-on Demonstrations and much more Applications will be on hand to fill out or take home and bring back More Information Flyer to follow Note-This will not replace our yearly fire prevention open house in October
PresidentDale Burkins VPSandi Gallion SecretaryKaren Lopes DirectorJack Polk5year term ChaplainDiana Caudill ChiefDan Hawkins Assistant 1-1Rhonda Hinch Assistant 1-2Martin Chidsey Captain 1-9Vacant Fire Captain Clinton Polk Clarence Ross Fire Lt Clay Jackson Matt Cogdill EMS LtShane Sawyer Rachel Itzoe
Engine 113 w5 Chief 1 assisted the Aberdeen Fire Department with a fire in a hotel on Rt 40. The engine was picked up on the working fire dispatch for fire box 212. Engine 215 went on scene with smoke showing. 113 was originally assigned RIT duties but was quickly relived and assisted with fire attack and opening up the fire building. Level units operated for appox 3 hours.
At 0322 hours on Tuesday February 3 2015 Level Volunteer Fire Company was alerted for a dwelling fire in the 3000 block of Whitefield Road in Churchville. Bel Air Fire Company and Darlington Volunteer Fire Company were on the initial alert for mutual aid assistance. Additional information received from the communications center reported a basement fire. Within minutes of the initial dispatch the call was upgraded by the communication center to a dwelling fire with rescue. Deputies from the Harford County Sheriffs Office arrived at 0327 hours with smoke showing from a one story rancher style house. The deputy found 2 subjects out of the residence and still had one occupant inside attempting to fight the fire. Chief 3 Ricky Davis arrived at 0330 hours and assumed command. At 0333 hours Chief 3 confirmed that all occupants were out of the residence. Crews from E113 and TW332 found the fire in the basement and contained it within minutes. The fire was placed under control at 0350 hours and remains under investigation by the Maryland State Fire Marshals Office. One civilian was transported to a local hospital. Disaster Assistance and red Cross are assisting the occupants with shelter. Units on scene E113 TW332 K121 E113 E311 E211 E314 E111 A992 A393 PM14
The Level Volunteers are proud to present the new Engine 112 Its a Spartan4 Guys with a Cummins powered engine. Its equipped with a 1500 GPM HALE pump with the HALE Foamlogix Foam Proportioning System. The Engine will hold 1000 gallons of water as well as 60 gal of Class A and Class B Foam. This Engine will be replacing the old Engine 112 which is a 1995 SpartanLuvern.. The Volunteers will be spending the next month equipping the Engine with tools and conducting drivers and pump training as well as familiarization of new equipment locations.
Around 730pm Level was alerted for Tanker 121 to respond to BCoFD Fire Box 38-9 in the area of Manor Rd Kanes Rd. Tanker 121 was picked up as a part of a special request by command for 4 additional large capacity tankers of 2500 gallons or more. Tanker 121 was attended in station and quickly made the response and arrived about 30 min later. 121 dumped 6 loads of water totaling 21000 gallons. The tanker returned to service and was back in station around 2am. While the Tanker was operating on the fire Rescue 151 Engine 111 Ambulance 191 and Paramedic 1 operated on a MVC with Auto Fire on Glenville Road in the area of Glenview Ct. Rescue 151 arrived with a single vehicle overturned into a telephone pole and fully involved in fire. BGE was requested priority 1 to the scene to due pole and wires down in the area. Units operated for approx 2 hours before returning to station.
Have you ever thought about becoming a Volunteer Firefighter or EMT How about an Administrative member or Ladies Auxiliary member Start off the new year and join our growing family with the Level Volunteers Check out httpwww.levelvfc.comjlv.php and submit an interest form or send us a message on here to set up a meeting with our membership committee today We are always looking for trained and untrained members. Some benefits include Free Training from the University of MD A 3500.00 Maryland State tax deduction A length of service pension program and much more
The volunteers handled an overturned tanker truck on Rt 161 just north of Wilkinson Road. Rescue 151 and Ambulance 192 arrived to find a tanker truck off the rad on its side. The driver self extricated and was transported to a hospital by the ambulance. 151 Haz-Mat and MDE along with a local sewage company handled the contents of the truck. Units cleared a short time later. Assistance Chief Hinch held the Darlington Road Command.
Tanker 121 Utility 171 assisted Abingdon Fire Company on a truck fire. The incident was located on I95 Northbound MM 81.9. Tanker 121 supplied water to Engine 412 while the utility assisted in opening up the trailer. Units operated for appox 1.5 hours before return to Level.
It is with deep regret that the Level Volunteer Fire Company announces the death of life member Robert Bud Dubree on November 12th 2014. Funeral services for Robert Bud Dubree are as followed Viewing- Sunday 1116 2pm-4pm 6pm-8pm with a FD Memorial 7pm. Funeral services- Monday 1117 11AM Services are at Zellmans Funeral Home in Havre de Grace Maryland with burial to follow at Harford Memorial Gardens. A reception will be held at the Level Volunteer Fire Company. Any company wishing to bring apparatus should contact a Chief Officer at Level.
The Level Volunteers recently signed a contract with Atlantic Emergency Solutions for a 2015 F-450 4×4 Ultramedic. After months of planning meeting with vendors and looking at several different units through out the region this unit was designed and picked to serve the citizens of Level Harford County. The unit will be designated as Ambulance 191. It is scheduled for delivery July 2015.Details on the unit -168 Road Rescue Ultramedic module -100 all-aluminum construction -Whisper Quiet sound package -Full interiorexterior LED light package -Liquid Spring suspension system -Road Rescue CoolBar AC system -Custom interior design
pLevel Volunteer Fire Company is currenty accepting bids for on callnbsphourly rate snow removal. Proposal will be for removal of heavy and stock piled snow from our parking areas.Equiptment must be rubber tire or tracked with a 2 cubic yard minimum bucket.Please submit bids or questions to President Dale Burkins via email at a hrefmailtoc1800comcast.netc1800comcast.neta. Bids must be recieved by Monday November 10 2014.p
The morning began with 3 back to back fire calls. First was an MVC on Aldino Rd followed by an investigation on Asbury Rd then an engine assist to Bel Air for a reported dwelling fire. Around 6pm the volunteers were back out on Rt 155 for a Haz-Mat involving a leaking saddle tank. Then around 845pm Rescue box 138 was struck for the 2 vehicle MVC reported Tanker Truck vs. a car. Chief 1 Chief 1-1 Rescue 151 Engine 111 Engine 113 Ambulance 192 made the response. Chief 1-1 arrived followed by Lt 8-3JMVFC and found the same with 1 trapped in the car that was off the road. Suppression units arrived and quickly placed in service the HURST tools and stabilized the vehicle. A full roof removal along with the drivers door were removed to gain access to the patient. Patient was quickly packaged and transported to a local trauma center in stable condition.