First Hose Company of Boonsboro




2019 APPARATUS RESPONSE
E-61 3 E-81 73
E-62 67 ET-8 112
TANKER 6 16 BRUSH 8 51
TRUCK 6 22 SU-80 84
SU-6 5 UT-8 71
SU-60 11 GATOR 8 19
SU-61 22
BRUSH 6 8

2019 INCIDENT RESPONSE
STA.6 STA.8 FHOB COMB
JAN 26 21 47
FEB 38 32 70
MAR 38 34 72
APR 26 21 47
MAY 42 20 62
JUNE 28 22 50
JULY 40 25 65
AUG 42 27 69
SEPT 38 29 67
OCT 37 23 60
NOV 43 25 68
DEC 22 25 47
Total 420 304 724

2020 APPARATUS RESPONSE
E-61 17 E-81 24
E-62 8 ET-8 18
TANKER 6 8 BRUSH 8 13
TRUCK 6 11 UTILITY 8 19
BRUSH 6 7 SU-80 20
SU-6 7 GATOR 8 10
SU60 30
SU61 1

2020 INCIDENT RESPONSE
STA 6 STA 8 FHOB COMB
JAN 35 23 58
FEB 28 16 44
MAR 17
APR 16
MAY 1
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
Total 63 73 102

Past Incidents
Sta. 6 Sta. 8 FHOB Comb
2012 513 365 878
2013 515 365 880
2014 494 333 827
2015 452 359 811
2016 384 315 699
2017 418 366 784
2018 455 398 853
2019 420 304 724

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By Deputy Chief Vernon Wachter
March 16, 2019

17:41 hours. Stations 6 & 8 alerted for a garage fire next to a house. On approach, Amb 691 reported "well involved building" requesting working fire assignment. D.C. 8 (Wachter) arrived reporting large building well involved, multiple exposures, requesting second alarm and tanker task force. Eng.62 arrived taking a position between the house and fire building. Fire attack officer, D.C.6 (Abrecht) quickly put hose lines in operation to protect the house. Minor damage was done to the house. Upon arrival RE-11 protected the fuel tanks and adjacent building to the rear of the complex. The fire building was a 10,000 square ft. Several tractors, golfs carts, other machinery, and guitars were stored in the structure. While the building was lost, the efforts of all companies on the scene prevented the loss of the house and other structures.

Units: E-62, Tanker 6, Truck 6, Brush 6, Chief 6, Deputy Chief 6, Eng. Tanker 8, Deputy Chief 8
 
Mutual Aid: Sharpsburg, Fairplay, Funkstown, Shepherdstown, Myersville, Middletown, Mt. Aetna, Potomac Valley, Williamsport,, Waynesboro, Leitersburg, Hagerstown Unit 32, Spec.Ops 20, AU & Rehab 25, Safety 204 FM 24
 
 

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Keith W Abrecht May 15, 2019 at 8:25 AM
Outstanding job by all. Main focus is to walk away from the scene with the house still standing, Mission accomplished. Thanks to all that assisted



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