Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company shared a post.
5 days ago
Today we ask that you please take a moment to remember our friend Mark Falkenhan who sadly passed away on this day in 2011 while searching for trapped occupants on an apartment fire in Parkville. We also ask that you keep in mind Mark’s Family. Mark was a close friend to many and responsible for the training of thousands of firefighters across the country. Mark also served as a Firefighter with the Baltimore County Fire Department and The US Secret Service. ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
***2nd ALARM FIRE***
All units from the #48house and surrounding companies have been operating for a little over an hour on a #1stdue dwelling fire on Franklinville Rd. (Box 48-15).First arriving #engine481 went on scene with a large 2 story single family dwelling that was fully involved. The incident was quickly upgraded to a second alarm and units are still operating on the scene.
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The volunteers and career firefighters with Baltimore County and Harford County did all they could to save the home. It was fully engulfed prior to first in. Everyone around here understands that Kingsville 48 is a great fire company. There is no question. Kingsville stayed on scene for 12 hours, even showing the loving gesture of finding and then burying the family dog....What more can you say about the makeup of these great people. Spend a few minutes with these men and women...they are personal friends, some having grown up on and around this farm, and many of the men and women that fought this fire are considered family up here. There is no blame to cast here; nothing but heartfelt gratitude and respect to you all.
This is horrible... I could see the smoke from my house. I live off of mt. Vista. Had fire engine and ems go past me on bel air road. I really hope both animals are ok.... so devastating. Praying for the family!
Our KVFD is amazing! Reading the story of how they found and buried the beloved family dog on the family property at 1:00 am in the morning had me sobbing. Such caring men and women. Proud to live in Kingsville/Upper Falls! A tragedy for the Von Paris family. 😢 Praying that they can recover from all of this loss. 🙏🏻
Mark McMahon so sorry for this tragic loss. Prayers for you and your family. My family knows your loss too well. Lost our home in a fire 3 years ago. Prayers for strength and support❤️
So sorry for the family who lost their home and pet yesterday. Such devastating losses. Thank you responders, especially to the KVFC. Also, thank you to all of the other fire companies that responded. I was turning onto Mt Vista from Belair Rd about 5:15 yesterday when I saw the huge cloud of black smoke from the fire. We’ve lived in Kingsville over 49 years. KVFC put out a chimney fire in our home years ago. We totally support KVFC and the men and women who respond to our emergencies.
Was this house right next to the entrance of the park on the same side of Franklinville Rd?
I passed all these engines coming home from work. They were in Rt. 7 and then passed me on My. Vista. I hope they are ok.
Thanks to all the firemen for their hard work.Thanks for taking care of the poor dog.
Kingsville Fire Department is amazing!!! Praying for the family!!! Mamma Mish’s Homemade Dishes has extended help to the family with meals and anything else they may need!! We would also be honored to deliver breakfast lunch or dinner next week on us to you all at the KVFD!!!! A thank you and God’s blessings! You just let us know what day!!!!
THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE AWESOME MEN AND WOMEN OF THE KVFC and SURROUNDING FIRE COMPANIES FOR YOUR OUTSTANDING SERVICE TO OUR COMMUNITY!! Thank goodness you are there for us!! WE ARE SO GRATEFUL!
That sucks. Thank you for all the people who choose to volunteer their time and put their lives on the line to help others. Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company Hereford Volunteer Fire Company Fallston Volunteer Fire and Ambulance Co.
I grew up in Kingsville and will always appreciate all the Kingsville Fire Company has done for the community!!!! Sending ❤️
Our thoughts and prayers are for everyone involved.
The county should require and .maybe give a tax benefit to areas with no hydrants and require that homes in these areas have fire suppression systems installed in homes in these areas.
Prayers and thoughts are with the entire VonParis family😥
Glad everyone is ok..
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family that lost the house and the men and women who responded.
Prayers for all involved💔
We are all praying 🙏 for you.
Here you go Doug Kukucka here is how to join since you know so much more than any of us that have been doing this for free but I'm not bitching about not getting a paycheck for doing this for me it's my pleasure to help you and the rest of the residents of Baltimore county so here is the link for you to join have a nice dayInterested in becoming a volunteer, reach out to us through Facebook or online at www.KVFC.com to learn more.
Thoughts and prayers for the McMahon’s and the firefighters.
Everyone is safe
Thinking of this family tonight. ❤️
So very sad. 😥
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family 🙏.
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Always proud of our KVF
I started my career in medicine with a lot of these people and at KVF. Thanks all
I owe a lot of my career to a lot of the names on that list..
Some great people on that list. KVILLE proud
Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company shared a photo.
3 weeks ago
Thirty-three years ago today at 1:30 p.m., an Amtrak train crashed in Chase, MD. 16 people died and 164 were injured. At the time it was the deadliest crash in Amtrak history. All who worked that incident will never forget. Join us in remembering the victims of this crash and the heroic efforts of all who worked so hard to save lives that day. EA ... See MoreSee Less
I cannot believe it's been that long, such a horrific 💔 tragedy.
Remember hearing the crash from our house! So terrible, how many people were lost. Our prayers to all!
That was the day I moved into my house here next to the fire department. It was so busy up there that day and I had no knowledge of the crash because I was here cleaning getting ready to move in with no radio or TV. Cell phones were not something everyone had back then. I thought to myself what did I do moving next to a fire department.33 years later I have to say that some of my best neighbors came out of that building. And they’ve come to my aid quite a few times. And I am forever grateful. Thank you all for what you do
Just like yesterday.
I remember that I was there it was bad
Interested in becoming a volunteer, reach out to us through Facebook or online at www.KVFC.com to learn more.A Year in Review for Kingsville Volunteer's. Interested in becoming a member, Visit us at www.kvfc.com Music Credited to: Redlight King- Born To Rise Otherwi... ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for all you do!
#Squad483 is enroute to an apartment fire in the unit block of Altura Ct. (Box 11-09). First arriving Engine 11 is reporting heavy smoke on the bottom floor and people trapped. #48house #kingsvillevolunteers ... See MoreSee Less
God bless all involved!
Kingsville you are the best
Be safe out there
We would like to congratulate two of our members who graduated from the Baltimore County Fire Department Academy last night!Emily Jones and Lindsay Edmunds will enter the field as Probationary EMT’s. We wish them the best as they begin their careers. #48house #kvfc #kingsvillevolunteers ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats and good luck. Be careful out there!
Congratulations... welcome the the FD family!
Awesome 🥰 Congratulations 🎈✨
Congratulations be safe
Congratulations!! 🚒 🚑
Congratulations and be safe
🌲🌲We still have a few remaining Christmas tree’s left of various sizes. As well as many table top tree’s! Trees have been reduced to half price! Come on up and get yourself a 🌲🌲! ... See MoreSee Less
Do you still have trees
KVFC has about a dozen Christmas trees if you are still looking for that perfect one! They vary in sizes and affordable prices. Come out today to get yours! ... See MoreSee Less
Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company shared a post.
1 month ago
🌲🌲🌲Looking for a Christmas tree?! We have you covered! Plenty of tree’s of all sizes still available! Stop on up and pick one up! We’re open Friday 5-10p, and Saturday and Sunday 8-10p! Spread the word, come on up🌲🌲🌲 ... See MoreSee Less
I hope u sell out