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August 28, 2015

  1st Annual

ROBERT W. FOGLE, III

MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

Benefit -  Robert W Fogle Scholarship Fund

Sponsored By

PLEASANT VALLEY COMMUNITY FIRE COMPANY

Located at

Westminster National Golf Course

2158 Littlestown Pike, Westminster, MD 21158

Tee Time 8AM    ------      $80 a Person

Lunch served and prizes awarded at the

Pleasant Valley Community Fire Company

For information and Registration:

Joe Spangler, Jr.                Email- spanky02@hotmail.com

Bob Cumberland               Email- wfd2@hotmail.com

Greg Wantz                        Email- gwantz@gmail.com

  

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Posted on 16 Mar 2015
Severe Storm Preparedness

 

…………………… SEVERE STORMS…………………

KEEP AWARE>>>

IN CARROLL COUNTY

<<<BE PREPARED

 

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The following are things you can do to protect yourself, your family and your property before severe weather:

 Build an Emergency Supply Kit, which includes items like non-perishable food, water, a battery-powered or hand-crank radio, extra flashlights and batteries. You may want to prepare a portable kit and keep it in your car in case you are told to evacuate. This kit should also include a pair of goggles and disposable breathing masks for each member of the family.

 Make a Family Emergency Plan. Your family may not be together when disaster strikes, so it is important to know how you will contact one another, how you will get back together and what you will do in case of an emergency.

 Continually monitor the media – Be aware of storm's which could impact your area.

 •Know how you will be warned in an emergency (NOAA Weather radios with a tone alert are a good option).

 •Know if you live or work in a flood prone area. Check with your local emergency management for details.

 Know where to shelter (ie: basement, interior room/hall, bathroom, closet, etc) if conditions warrant and where shelters in your area are located.

 •Ensure your home is ready – Elevate items in the basement which could be flooded. Bring in outdoors items such as children's toys, patio furniture, garbage cans, etc which could be blown around and damaged. Remove dead or rotting trees and branches that could fall and cause injury or damage.

 •Know how to shut off utilities, including power, water and gas, to your home. Have proper tools (i.e.: wrench) ready and nearby.

 •Find out what types of events and kinds of damages are covered by your insurance policy. Keep insurance policies, important documents and other valuables in a safe and secure location.

 Keep fire extinguishers on hand and make sure everyone knows how to use them.

Posted on 26 Oct 2012
Smoke Detectors/Alarms

  "IS IT TIME TO CHANGE THE BATTERIES"

HAVE A PLAN....

Smoke Detectors/Alarms

“Change Your Clock – Change Your Battery”


1)      Every year, approximately 2,600 Americans die in home fires.  Over half of these deaths (52%) occur between the hours of 10:00pm and 7:00am, when residents are typically sleeping. Smoke and toxic gases from a home fire are as deadly as heat and flames.  Just two or three breaths of toxic smoke can render you unconscious.  The majority of fire victims die or are injured from exposure to smoke and toxic gases, such as carbon monoxide, not actual burns.  In addition, smoke obscures vision, decreasing your ability to escape.


2)      Smoke alarms save lives, prevent injuries, and minimize property damage by detecting fires early and alerting residents, allowing crucial time to escape.  The risk of dying from a fire in a home without working smoke alarms is twice as high as in a home that has working smoke alarms.


3)       Carbon monoxide (CO) detectors in homes recognize unsafe carbon monoxide levels.        Along with a smoke detector they double a family’s chance of surviving a home fire and/or unsafe atmosphere. “Please take the little time required to help ensure the safety of your family and friends by maintaining these early warning life saving devices.” “Change Your Clock – Change Your Battery”


CALL YOUR LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENT

AND FIND OUT HOW TO MAKE YOUR HOME SAFER


Posted on 02 Mar 2011
HOME FIRE SAFETY

HOME FIRE SAFETY

Fireplace Safety

 BEFORE YOU LIGHT IT...............Chimneys, fireplaces, and vents should be inspected at least once a year. Inspection should include: soundness, deterioration, freedom from deposits and animal nests.  Cleaning, maintenance, and repairs must be done if necessary.

Don't put your family or home in jeopardy.


Posted on 25 Oct 2010
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Incident Statistics

2015 FIRE EMS
JAN 29 45
FEB 40 51
MAR 46 78
APR 29 43
MAY    
JUN    
JUL    
AUG    
SEP    
OCT    
NOV    
DEC    
TOTAL 144 217

 

Year 2014

Fire - 384

EMS - 604

 

Year 2013

Fire - 322

EMS - 543

 

Year 2012

Fire - 338

EMS - 610

 

Year 2011

Fire - 348

EMS - 541

 

Year 2010

Fire - 348

EMS - 557

 

Year 2009

Fire - 330

EMS - 585

 

Year 2008

Fire - 345
EMS - 523 

 

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