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2014 Incidents
Sta3 Sta31 Sta33
Jan 496 290 161
Feb 471 210 114
Mar 444 255 93
Apr 427 222 103
May 479 249 135
Jun 457 225 123
Jul 0 0 0
Aug 0 0 0
Sep 0 0 0
Oct 0 0 0
Nov 0 0 0
Dec 0 0 0
Total 2774 1451 729

Past Incidents
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2013 5193 2870 1304
2012 5157 2781 1424
2011 5028 2690 1280
2010 5298 3446 1256
2009 5119 4104 1301
2008 4934 3504 1549

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The “Old Lady” is a hand tub pumper owned by the United Fire Company from 1859 to approximately 1880. The pumper was built in Philadelphia, Pa. for the Mechanical Fire Company of Baltimore City in 1821. The pumper was rebuilt by the Rodgers Company of Baltimore in 1847. The Uniteds purchased the “Old Lady” from the Mechanical Fire Company in 1859 after the Mechanical Company received one of the first steam pumpers in Baltimore. Shortly after selling the “Old Lady”, the Mechanical Fire Company was absorbed into the Baltimore City Fire Department and became Engine 4. The “Old Lady” was also owned by the United Volunteer Fire Company of Libertytown from approximately 1880 to 1932. Until 2004, the “Old Lady” was in a museum of the Baltimore Equitable Society until the museum closed. The late Lydia Butterworth, past Secretary and Life Member of the Uniteds, deserves credit for making sure the “Old Lady” came home. The “Old Lady” is presently stored and hopefully will be on public display at the proposed Frederick County Fire Museum in Emmitsburg. 


 

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The "U" wins THE ZEMBOWER FIRE SERVICE TRAINING AWARD

Assistant Chief Jerry Dorsey, June 19

Read Message from FF Dave Smith.

was in ocean city to visit the convention center tuesday morning and was approached by Smiley White he told me that United Steam Fire Engine Company #3 received the Zembauer Award for the most hours in training hours it was 132.1 hours congrats to those members who keep on training.

Background:

The Zembower Fire Service Training Award was established in 1976 by ... (Full Story & Photos)

2014 Daylight Saving this Weekend

Assistant Chief Jerry Dorsey, March 07

2014 Daylight Saving Time means time to turn the clocks forward and change the battery in your smoke detectors.... (Full Story & Photos)

Vehicle Leaves Roadway After Collision

Assistant Chief Brendan Beaton, January 31

Company 3 units were dispatched for a vehicle collision on East Patrick Street at Bowman's Farm Road. Sheriffs' Department units were on the scene reporting a two vehicle collision with one vehicle off the roadway down over the embankment. Chief 3-2 arrived on the scene confirming two vehicle collision with one vehicle off the roadway down over the embankment. Chief 3-2 perfuming a quick assessment ... (Full Story & Photos)

2014 Officers

Assistant Chief Jerry Dorsey, January 14

Tuesday January 7th 2014, United Steam Fire Engine Company , held it's department elections. The following individuals were elected into office and will begin to serve their term in office on January 14, 2014. Congradulations to all the newly elected officers.

Administrative Officers President - James Graham

1st Vice President - Robert Hiltner

2nd Vice President - John Droneburg

Secretary - ... (Full Story)


Rt 340 near Mt. Zion Rd

Chief Officer Jerry Dorsey, November 15

Two persons were transported to the hospital following this single - vehicle crash on Rt 340 near Mt. Zion Rd yesterday... (Full Story & Photos)

Fatal Accident on I70

Chief Officer Jerry Dorsey, November 05

Units on scene at I70 near Rt85 over pass for pedestrian accident. Maryland State Police is still doing there investigation.... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo from FNP
Photo from FNP

Auto Accident On I-270

Chief Officer Jerry Dorsey, November 03

Single vehicle rollover on I-270. Two people in the vehicle. Both refused EMS... (Full Story & Photos)

Route 340 just outside of Frederick.

Chief Officer Jerry Dorsey, November 03

Single vehicle accident with rollover. No injuries.... (Full Story & Photos)

 



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