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Engine Company and Rescue Assist Station 45 with Working Residential Fire - 2391 Holletts Corner Road
Saturday, July 30, 2016

At 2029 hrs Rescue Company 44 was dispatched along with Kent Maryland Rescue 2 and RIT 26 to assist Station 45 with a reported working trailer fire. With a crew in the station Rescue/Engine 44-4 made the response under the command of 44-20 and a crew of 7. Rescue 44 made the response with 44-19 and a crew of 8. Command 45 arrived on scene to find a Doublewide trailer with smoke showing and requesting the first engine to pull 1 3/4 inch hand line through the door on the "alpha" side. Rescue/Engine 44-4 arrived on scene and was instructed to do the primary search of the dwelling. Rescue 44 arrived on scene and was instructed to ladder the Alpha/Bravo side and vent the roof. The structure was evacuated per command do to holes being found in the floor by command. Holletts Corner Command requested an additional Engine from Station 44 and 44-3 made the response. Units on scene operated until the scene was placed under control and returned. All Station 44 units were back in station at 22:28 hrs. Units on scene Engines: 45-3,45-4, 44-4, 44-3, 26-2, Kent Maryland Engine 2 Ladder: Quint 45 Rescue: Rescue 45, Rescue 44 Tanker: Kent Maryland Tanker 2 EMS: D64, Km6 Captain Alex Carrow had Holletts Corner Road Command and LT. David Hufford Jr. was the OIC of Station 44 units

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