Walkersville Rescue Company, Inc.
Walkersville Rescue Company, Inc.

2017 Incidents
Jan 177 6
Feb 145 10
Total 322 16

Past Incidents
2010 1416 114
2011 1348 86
2012 1437 93
2013 1391 108
2014 1375 55
2015 1475 104
2016 2072 83
Total 10514 643

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Reminder, please clear the snow from fire hydrants

Deputy Chief Jeffrey Huggins, March 15

Due to the recent snowfall here in the area, we would like to remind you that a clearly visible, accessible fire hydrant could save your home – or even your life. If a fire hydrant is lost or buried in snow, firefighters can lose valuable time trying to locate it when they first arrive at a fire. You can perform a valuable public service and protect yourself, your family and your neighbors by taking ... (Full Story & Photos)

Change your clocks...change your batteries!

Deputy Chief Jeffrey Huggins, March 12

No One in Frederick County Should Be Without Working Smoke Alarms

Proper Smoke Alarm Placement
Dear Residents of Frederick County, thank you for taking the time to read this important message. As a life-long resident of Frederick County and a member of the fire and rescue service for over 30 years, I can say without a doubt that you have a well trained and dedicated fire and rescue service ready ... (Full Story & Photos)

Governor Larry Hogan Releases Heroin & Opioid Abuse Awareness PSA, “Before It’s Too Late”

Deputy Chief Jeffrey Huggins, March 06

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan today released a statewide public service announcement (PSA) urging parents to discuss the risks of heroin and opioid abuse with their children. The 30- and 60-second PSAs, titled “Before It’s Too Late,” feature actor Michael Kelly, star of an award-winning television series filmed in Maryland.

“Addressing this crisis that is ravaging communities across Maryland ... (Full Story)


Deputy Chief Jeffrey Huggins, March 02

If the person is not breathing, is unconscious, or having seizures, call 911 right away.

Call the Maryland Poison Center at 1-800-222-1222 after performing the following first aid.

Poison on the Skin:

Remove contaminated clothing and flood skin with water for 10 minutes. Then wash gently with soap and water and rinse.

Poison in the Eye:

Flood the eye with lukewarm (not hot) water poured from ... (Full Story & Photos)

MVA at Rt.15(NB) & Willow Rd.

Assistant Chief Kyle Moore, February 21

AT 09:38 hours, Co.24 was dispatched along with Co.2(Juniors) for a report of a vehicle accident on Rt.15NB at Willow Rd. E23 arrived on scene and found multiple cars involved with a dump truck. Officer on E23 reported multiple patients and request additional ambo's, with a total of 6 patients and established Rt.15 command. E502 arrived on scene and assisted with patient care. RS24 arrived on scene ... (Full Story & Photos)


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Walkersville Rescue Company, Inc.
73 West Frederick Street
P.O. Box 202
Walkersville, MD 21793

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