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I-95 ACCIDENT: All lanes of I-95 northbound were shut down near Exit 67/MD 43 Thursday afternoon after an accident involving a tractor trailer. MORE: cbsloc.al/2vnLsz0 ... See MoreSee Less
It's not a union non union thing. It's cars think they have the right away above everyone one else. They do the same thing to emergency vehicles to.
Abingdon posted they brought Jaws of life for multiple vehicles. At 5:00 the trailer was righted. What a traffic mess. Both sides of highway had fender benders all day!
Scary, this is a horrible stretch of road....KVFD knows all to well!
4 days ago
Units from the 48 house and surrounding companies are on scene of a vehicle rescue involving a tractor trailer and tow truck on NB I95 @ MM 71.9. One patient was trapped and another ejected. All patients have been extricated/transported to the hospital. Units are still on scene.
PLEASE AVOID THE AREA ... See MoreSee Less
Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company added 2 new photos.
5 days ago
A few shots of conditions first arriving units encountered at today's working fire on Dance Mill Rd. ... See MoreSee Less
I hope that no one and no pets were hurt! 😔
Hot day for that.
Wow, just down the street from US
Engine 481 & the tanker are enroute to a dwelling fire in the 3900 block of Dance Mill Rd (Box 38-07). First in units arrived with fire thru the roof of a single family dwelling and requested the working fire & tanker strike team. ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 481 extinguished this vehicle fire on I95 South this morning. The incident was located at mile marker 73.5 in Harford County. ... See MoreSee Less
Yup, I seen it!
6 days ago
Join your neighbors in helping us achieve our goal.
To Buy-A-Brick for the new Kingsville Community Legacy Patio, visit: www.polarengraving.com/kingsvillevolunteerfirecompany ... See MoreSee Less
County Executive Kamenetz joined President Bob Chaney, Captain Don Coster, Fire Chief Kyrle Preis, members of the Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company (KVFC), state and federal representatives, and community members to break ground on the $2.9 million renovation and expansion of KVFC.
Baltimore County has committed to supporting the Kingsville VFC with a contribution of $2.5 million. This project will give KVFC extra engine bays, updated kitchen facilities, bunk rooms and locker rooms. The last capital improvements to the station were made in 1985.
The Kingsville VFC was established in 1954 and ran its operations out of a founding member’s barn, located on Goetner road. In 1956, the existing fire station was built by our founding members and neighbors of this community on the site we now plan to renovate. The company has more than 150 members and is one of the best-performing volunteer companies in Baltimore County.
The KVFC operates two fire engines, one Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulance/medic unit, one Heavy Rescue Squad, one large-capacity tanker, one Swiftwater Rescue Team and two support utility vehicles. ... See MoreSee Less