Dunkirk Volunteers Station 5
Welcome to Dunkirk Volunteers Station 5

   

The Dunkirk Volunteer Fire Department is a 100% volunteer department located in northern Calvert County, MD. Calvert itself is a small, rural county situated between the Patuxent River to the West and the Chesapeake Bay to the east. The county fire and EMS protection is provided by volunteers as well in each of the departments. Dunkirk protects the northern entry into the county and responds to over 2000 runs a year. We provide Fire, EMS, and Technical Rescue to the citizens of Calvert, Anne Arundel and Prince George's counties. The members of Dunkirk take great pride in the station and apparatus and will continue to serve the citizens for many years to come. For questions or comments or for ride along info, contact the webmaster.

 

 

Cash Bash 2014

Cash Bash 2014

Cash Bash 2014

Saturday, September 20, 2014   Dunkirk Volunteer Fire Department is excited to announce our third annual Cash Bash fund raiser on Semptember 20th, 2014. Tickets are on-sale now with a limited number on hand, contact Todd Ward today to purchase tickets. (301) 399-0812 or Russel Wells (301) 343-3815. 

   


 

Ritas Fundraiser

Thursday, August 7, 2014   Come out to your friendly Dunkirk Rita's on August 7th, and let the staff know you are supporting Dunkirk. A portion of sales from that night will go directly back to Dunkirk VFD so we can better serve our community!!




Hope to see you there!!

   


 

First Due Barn Fire

Tuesday, July 22, 2014  On Tuesday evening just before 1700 hrs. Dunkirk units were dispatched for  box 512 for the reported barn fire next to the house. This brought Engine 51 (Capt. McDonald), Engine 52 ( Lt. Sealey), Tanker 5 ( S.peterson), Ambulance 59 (S.Hill) and Chief 5A (Allen). Units arrived on scene to find a 40'X20' barn fully involved. The fire was quickly knocked and the house was checked for any extension. Command held Dunkirk units and Tower 1 for overhaul. Units operated for approx. 2 hours. 

     



 

DVFD Car Wash

Saturday, July 19, 2014  There will be a car wash at DVFD for raising funds for Children's National Medical Center.

July 19th, form 10am-3pm. Hope to see you there!

***ALL proceeds benefit Children's Hospital***

   


 

Two Transported To Trauma Center

Tuesday, June 10, 2014 1518 Dunkirk Volunteers responded to a MVC reported roll-over in the area of MD Rt 2 & Grovers Turn Rd. Units arrived on scene within minutes to find two vehicles, with one overturned. Both patients were transported to local trauma facilities with non-life threating injuries by Ambulance 58.

 

*Pictures courtesy of www.thebaynet.com



     



 

First Batch of New SCBA Arrived

Thursday, May 15, 2014   We are pleased to announce that the first portion of our Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (air tanks) have arrived.  This replacement plan is a three year project, with the first delivery taking place this past week.




Special Thanks to Mr. Ed Stillwell and the leadership from MES for their continued assistance.

   


 

Passing of Craig Hibben, Father of Board Member and Past Chief Officer

Thursday, May 15, 2014   It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Mr. Craig Hibben, father of Dave Hibben.  Dave Hibben is a Board Member as well as a former Chief Officer.  Arrangements are taking place in Upstate New York.  Please keep the Hibben family in your thoughts and prayers.

   


 

One Overturned in Owings

Monday, May 12, 2014  Early Monday morning  DVFD was alerted for the auto accident with rollover southbound Route 4 in the area of Chaneyville Rd.  Chief 5A (Allen), Squad 5 ( Lt. Adams) and A59 (Hill) responded and to find a 2 vehicle MVC with one overturned.  The occupant in the overturned vehicle self extricated himself and was transported to local hospital for evaluation.  

     



 

Extrication in Dunkirk

Monday, May 5, 2014  Early Monday morning Dunkirk units were alerted for the auto accident reported serious. Squad 5 and A59 responded to Jewell Road and Cavalier Drive finding the single occupant was pinned. The patient was extricated within in 10 minutes and flown via MSP to a local trauma facility.



     



 

Dunkirk Places New Ambulance In-Service

Monday, April 7, 2014   Dunkirk VFD is proud to announce that we just placed a brand new International Medium Duty Horton ambulance in service on Monday April 7th, 2014. This was made possible by our Apparatus Committee, Fundraising, County Funding, Horton Vehicles, and many others! Thank you to each and every person who assisted with building this new ambulance that is now serving Calvert County citizens.




Ambulance 58 is identical to our Ambulance 59, which was the first ambulance to be replaced back in 2013. 

     



 
 
 

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