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Top Responders for February 2021

Monday, March 1, 2021
Keith Vanzant, JD Nuckels and Doug Wilson

Motor Vehicle Collision - Flatland Road, Chestertown

Sunday, February 21, 2021
At 6:43 pm on Sunday, February 21, 2021 the Chestertown Volunteer Fire Company was dispatched as part of a multi-company response to the Motor Vehicle Collision with Injuries in the 9500 block of Flatland Road (Maryland 514). The crash scene was located between Stockton Startt Road and Mary Morris Road. First arriving found a two-vehicle, “Head-On” type crash with three patients. One vehicle had overturned and was laying on it’s side. Because of the serious nature of the incident, aviation had been requested.

Congratulations to Firefighter Chas Willis

Monday, February 15, 2021
At our bi-monthly regular meeting on Monday, February 15, 2021 one of our newest members was promoted from a probationary firefighter to regular “Black Helmet” status. We’re proud to announce Firefighter Charles “Chas” Willis, Jr. successfully completed all requirements and was awarded a “Black Helmet”.


Inside the Station - Member Spotlight

Monday, February 1, 2021
We take great pleasure introducing Kyle Thompson as the first of two “Inside the Fire Station” member spotlight profiles for the month of February.

2020 Presidents Award

Monday, February 1, 2021
Every year, the “President’s Award” goes to a member whose contributions towards the success of the company’s mission has been deemed invaluable by the Fire Company President. President Dave Eason has selected James B. (Brad) Russum as the 2020 recipient “President’s Award”. Brad is a Board of Director and the Deputy Chief on the Fire Operations side.

Top responders for January 2021

Monday, February 1, 2021
Keith Vanzant 23, JD Nuckels 18 and Doug Wilson 15.



Engine 67 sold to Cecilton Volunteer Fire Company

Saturday, January 23, 2021
As part of our long-range plan to improve overall service to our community, the Chestertown VFC has made a rather large change. The decision was made to sell Engine 67, one of our Class A pumpers, and eventually replace it with a Rescue-Engine. There is an apparatus committee currently working on the specifications for the new unit. Along with a crew, a Class A pumper carries a pump, water, hose, and a complement of hand tools, and is considered the basic piece of firefighting equipment in any company’s firefighting toolbox.

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Mar - 0 Sep - 0
Apr - 0 Oct - 0
May - 0 Nov - 0
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2021 - 79 2020 - 527
2019 - 638 2018 - 594

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