On the morning of Tuesday January 12th, 2021 the sudlersville volunteers were alerted for a reported working house fire in the area of S Church Street and Wayne Street in the 6-1 Box. Company 6 units arrived with heavy fire showing and began to extinguish the blaze. Thank you to mutual aid companies Crumpton VFD, Millington VFD, Church Hill VFD, Hartley VFD, and Marydel VFD.
On Friday November 20th 2020 around 10:15 am the Sudlersville volunteers were alerted for a dwelling fire at 110 N church St in the 6-1 Box.
Paramedic 600 arrived on location first with fire showing on side delta with fire extending into the second floor officer 505 arrived on scene at the same time confirming the report and establishing the command. Engine 64 and Quint 6 arrived shortly after 64 laid out from the hydrant at Miller St and began stretching lines to the residence with help from The crew from Quint 6. Rescue 6 arrived soon after the initial attack and took the role of the of the special service by laddering the building.
The fire was extinguished quickly, with help from the Church hill vfd, Community fire company of Millington (Kent MD) and the crumpton vfd. Special thanks to the crew of Kent Delaware squad 45 (Clayton) for covering our area and the Maryland state highway administration(MDOT) for traffic control while we operated on the the box.
The Members of the SVFC had the opportunity to talk with Travis Pastrana on his proposal to the town of Sudlersville for a motor sport complex to try and bring new business and recreations to the town and address any concerns the company may have had towards the park.
Congratulations Robbie Blackiston on going in as the 2019 MSFA chairman of the executive committee.
Congratulations Sudlersville VFC past President Mike Faust on his successful election to president of the Maryland State Firemen’s Association. Good luck President Faust you have our full support in all your future endeavors.
Today the Sudlersville Volunteer Fire Company boxed up some old turnout gear to be sent to Odessa Delaware to be sent with some other equipment to a fire department in need in Missouri. We’re always trying to help those less fortunate then us so they can better serve their communities.
On Saturday oct 13th the Sudlersville Volunteer Fire Company held the first ever beef and brew out to Patriot Acres Farm. The event was a success with a large turn out of people we look forward to the next on.
On Wednesday oct 10th around 8:40pm company 6 was alerted for the working house fire at 305 old bridge road in company 5’s (church hill) first due in the 5-12. Units made the response with the reports called in by the next door neighbor with smoke & fire showing and unknown if anyone is in the residence. First arriving units made a aggressive interior attack knocking the fire down quickly and all searches proved negative the cause of the fire is under investigation.
On Saturday august 11th 2018 around 7:57pm Company 6 was alerted for the dwelling fire at 108 Maple Ave in the 6-1 box. Chief 6 went on location with heavy smoke showing from the attic area, Engine 64 and Quint 6 arrived soon after and began operations to locate and extinguish the fire. The fire was then located and extinguished before the situation was put under control.
On June 26th around 10:36 pm company 6 was alerted for the 6-5 Rescue Box MVC Rollover with Entrapment and Ejection in the area of Busic Church Rd and Dixon Tavern Rd. Rescue 6 Engines 64 and 65 and Chief 6 made the response and arrived with one vehicle overturned on its roof all patients out of the vehicle checking on injuries. Engine 64 handled the LZ so that three patients could be airlifted to shock trauma.
Over the past week the SVFC has busy down to the beaches of ocean city MD for the Maryland state firemen’s association convention and parade. Past president Mike Faust went in as the 1st Vice President of the MSFA and past chief Robbie Blackiston also became a member of the MSFA executive committee. In other news the new Rescue 6 was on display Governor Larry Hogan even stopped to take a picture with a few of the members with the new truck and the Mack engine 62 won 2nd best appearing 1000 gpm pumper.
Come out and have some fun at the Sudlersville peach Festival at Godfrey’s farm in Sudlersville MDon August 4th.
For more info go to Godfrey’sfarm.com or call 410-438-3509
On May 5th and 6th ,2018 Engine 65 with a crew of five transferred to the Newburg volunteer Rescue Squad & Fire Dept (Charles county MD Company 14) to cover their area while they hosted the 71st annual Southern Maryland Volunteer Firemen’s Association convention and parade.
On May 3ed, 2018 Engine 65 was alerted to assist companies 5 (Church Hill) and 4 (Centreville) with an MVC with Entrapment, on Price Station Rd in the 5-2 Box, to assist with landing Maryland State Police Medevac Troopers 2 and 6.