Taneytown Volunteer Fire Company

2020 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 46 113
Feb 44 132
Mar 40 100
Total 130 345

Past Incidents
Fire EMS
2019 495 1520
2018 430 1396
2017 480 1428
2016 490 1318
2015 453 1167
2014 424 1092
2013 382 1037
2012 399 1032
2011 393 1079
2010 453 1048

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Steamed Shrimp and Old Bay Wings

OFFICER Kyle Dedmon, March 20

Due to the current social distancing guidelines, the annual Taneytown Fire Company Shrimp Feed, normally the third Saturday in March, has been cancelled. As an alternate fundraiser, we will be offering a Steamed Shrimp and Old Bay Wings platter sale on Saturday, March 20, 2021.

The platters will be available for pick up at the carnival grounds between 3 – 6 pm.

For $20.00, patrons will receive a ... (Full Story & Photos)

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OFFICER Phil Petry, January 30

Taneytown Volunteer Fire Company is currently accepting applications for full-time ALS. This is a 24/72 hour shift schedule.

Minimum Qualifications & Requirements to include but not limited to:
• High school diploma, or the equivalent
• Minimum valid Class C driver’s license with no greater than 3 points.
• Current Maryland advanced life support certification, National Registry
• Successful completion ... (Full Story & Photos)

Operational Members to receive COVID-19 Vaccination

OFFICER Kyle Dedmon, January 04

Over the next day and a half, David Coe (County EMS Chair) will be contacting all operational members of the department, that have responded to an incident, during the CoVID-19 Pandemic. Please take the time to educate yourself about the vaccine so you can make an informed decision. If you have any questions please do your research.

I have attached a video from Dr. Antevy, concerning the CoVID-19 ... (Full Story)

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OFFICER Craig Bare, January 03

Check out the attachment for tips on Carbon Monoxide Safety and the use of Carbon Monoxide Detectors.... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire Safety Tips For Winter Heating

OFFICER Craig Bare, January 02

Here are some statistics to think about when heating your home this winter:
• 905 people die in winter home fires each year.
• $2,091,000,000 in property loss occurs from winter home fires.
• 67 percent of winter fires occur in one- and two-family homes.
• Cooking is the leading cause of all winter home fires.
• 5 to 8 p.m. is the most common time for winter home fires.
Source: National Fire Incident ... (Full Story & Photos)

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