• TWO NEW FUTURE FIREFIGHTERS FOR KENNEDYVILLE
    The Kennedyville Volunteer Fire Company would like to congratulate members Dan and Nicole Menchey on the birth of Debra Suzanne who was born on March 23rd.  Debra came in at 18.9 inches and 6.79 lbs. Baby and Mom are doing good. In addition, we would like to congratulate members Mark Shaw and Brooke Bennett on the birth of their baby boy, on March 28th. Tucker came in weighing 7.9lb.
  • ANOTHER FIRST DUE JOB ON STATION ROAD
    Kent Dispatched Kennedyville, Betterton, Chestertown, Galena, Millington, Kent and Queen Anne’s Rescue Squad and Kent EMS for a Dwelling Fire at 11299 Station Road.  Chief 4 arrived with a one story single family dwelling, smoke showing side alpha.  Engine 4 and Engine 53 arrived and were assigned investigations were they located a room off on the bravo side of the dwelling.  The crew from Tower 6 made entry into the crawl space where they located extension.  The fire was contained to the bravo side of the dwelling and crawl space.  One occupant was transported by Ambulance 82 to University of Maryland Shore Medical Center at Chestertown for evaluation due to possible smoke inhalation.
  • RESCUE PUMPER AND TANKER RESPOND TO CHESTERTOWN FIRE
    Kent Dispatched Chestertown, Rock Hall, Kennedyville, Church Hill, Kent and Queen Anne’s Rescue Squad and Kent EMS for a Dwelling Fire with possible entrapment at 8500 Broadneck Road.  Kent advised responding units that an Engineer from Chestertown was on location and had fire showing from the rear along with a vehicle in the driveway.  Due to a shortage of equipment on the first alarm assignment Command 6 requested a 2nd Alarm prior to arrival, which brought additional units from Kent and Queen Anne’s County.  Command 6 arrived with fire showing from the rear of a two story single family dwelling.  Rescue Pumper 4 arrived and was assigned to assist with overhaul and ventilation. Tanker 4 was brought in to the water shuttle. All searches proved negative. Six members responded on the run.
  • FIRST DUE DWELLING FIRE ON STATION ROAD
    Kent Dispatched Kennedyville, Betterton, Chestertown, Galena, Kent and Queen Anne’s Rescue Squad and Kent EMS for a Dwelling Fire at 11299 Station Road. Rescue Pumper 4 arrived with a two story single family dwelling, fire showing from the second floor on the bravo side. Rescue Pumper 4 arrived and began fire attack, with Tower 6 assisting. The walls on Division 1 and 2 were opened up due to extension. Additional companies staged and assisted with various tasks on the fireground.
  • NEW ENGINE 4 PLACED IN SERVICE
    The Kennedyville Volunteer Fire Company is proud to place in service the new Engine 4. Engine 4 is a E-ONE Typhoon Extreme Duty Aluminum Pumper. This pumper features a Custom Typhoon Extreme Duty Long cab, 204″ wheel base, severe duty interior, seating for six firefighters, Cummings ISL 450hp engine, Allison EVS 3000 Transmission, Aluminum Cab and Body, Driver’s side full height – Full depth compartments, Officer’s side full height compartments with ladder tunnel in rear(24 foot extension, 14 foot roof and 10 foot attic ladder,(2)pike poles, Red hosebed cover, Hale QMax 1500gpm pump, 1030 gallon water poly tank, V-Mux multiplex electrical system, Onan 10kw generator, 200′ cord reel, 12v Whelen Pioneer Plus LED brow and side lighting, Whelen LED Light Bars and Whelen LED lower level emergency lighting package. The unit also carries Hurst E-Draulic rescue tools, consisting of spreaders, O-cutters and a hydra-ram. Rescue 42 vehicle stabilization struts also compliment this units rescue capabilities. The unit was purchased through Patriot Fire. Photos by Nevin Steffy.

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