Dunkirk Volunteer Fire Department



2019 Incidents
January 211
February 166
March 211
April 217
May 205
June 198
July 245
August 226
September 211
October 224
November 200
December
Total 2314

2018 Incidents
January 189
February 156
March 207
April 175
May 215
June 192
July 214
August 203
September 164
October 189
November 215
December 273
Total 2392


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Santa Claus is Coming to Town!

Member Gregory Pross, December 15

It's everyone's favorite time of year Santa Claus is coming to town! The Dunkirk Volunteer Fire Department is excited to announce our 2019 Santa Run schedule and routes. Make sure to check below for when Santa will be visiting your neighborhood. ... (Full Story)


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Breakfast with Santa!

Member Gregory Pross, December 15

Come down to the Dunkirk Volunteer Fire Department to help us usher in the holiday season. We will be hosting a breakfast with Santa December 15th from 8:00am till 11:00am. Join us to enjoy the holiday spirit and to visit with Santa!... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Overturned Vehicle at County Line

Deputy Chief Jonathan Riffe , December 09

This morning at 1011 hours, Squad 5, Engine 52, Ambulance 58, the Fire Chief & Deputy Chief responded to Route 4 & Route 260 for the motor vehicle accident.

The Dunkirk VFD arrived on location and found a single vehicle overturned. The patient had been removed from the wreckage by a bystander prior to fire department arrival.

The single patient suffered severe facial trauma. Due to inclement weather, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chesapeake Beach House Fire

Deputy Chief Jonathan Riffe, November 13

Tonight at 2111 hours, units were alerted for the house fire at 3815 E Chesapeake Beach Road (106 Box). Dunkirk VFD Engine 52, Truck 5, Chief 5A, Chief 5B & Safety Officer 5 responded.

First arriving units from the North Beach VFD found a chimney fire that had extended into the walls of a two-story single family house. Units opened up and quickly knocked down the fire. Truck 5 laddered the house ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Two Extricated at Route 2 & Mount Harmony

Deputy Chief Jonathan Riffe, November 10

Sunday November 10 at 2329 hours, Squad 5, Engine 52, Ambulance 59, Chief 5 & Chief 5B responded for the motor vehicle accident at Route 2 & Mount Harmony Road. While units were responding, the call was upgraded to an overturned vehicle with entrapment.

The Dunkirk Volunteers found a two-vehicle t-bone accident with one vehicle on its side and two occupants trapped. Squad 5 & Squad 6 worked together ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Dares Beach Basement Fire

Deputy Chief Jonathan Riffe, November 04

At 0550 hours this morning, Engine 52, Tanker 5, Chief 5B, and the Fire Chief responded to 30 Chesapeake Avenue in Dares Beach for smoke in the house. First arriving units had smoke showing from a two-story single family residence.

Upon entry, the first and second floors were banked down with smoke, revealing a working fire in the basement. Engine companies made an interior attack on the fire simultaneously ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption One Flown from Dunkirk Accident

Deputy Chief Jonathan Riffe, October 08

Tuesday August 8 at 1816 hours, units from the Dunkirk VFD had just cleared a motor vehicle accident at Route 4 & Chaneyville Road. A separate accident was dispatched at Route 4 & Mt Harmony Road.

Squad 5, Engine 52 & Ambulance 59 arrived on location and found a two-vehicle accident with the driver pinned and unconscious. The crew from Squad 5 quickly extricated the driver and assisted Ambulance ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lothian Motor Vehicle Accident with Fire

Deputy Chief Jonathan Riffe, October 06

This afternoon at 1404 hours, Dunkirk VFD Squad 5, Ambulance 59 & the Deputy Chief responded to Route 4 & Upper Pindell Road for the motor vehicle accident (Anne Arundel 9-81A box).

Units from the Dunkirk VFD arrived to find a single-vehicle in the woods and on fire. The driver was able to self-extricate prior to fire department arrival. Squad 5 quickly extinguished the fire while Ambulance 59 assessed ... (Full Story & Photos)

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