St. Leonard Volunteer
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2023 Fire Rescue and EMS
Jan 248
Feb 186
Mar 179
Total 613

Total Fire/EMS
2022 2548
2021 2400
2020 2963
2019 2885
2018 2507
2017 2137

Working Fires (First Due)
2023 2022 2021 2020
1 5 8 5

Auto Extrications (First Due)
2023 2022
2 2

2023 2022
0 3

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Junior Fire Camp 2023

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The St. Leonard Volunteer Fire Department is proud to announce that the Fire Department will receive  the ISO (Insurance Services Office) Class 4 public protection classification, effective March 1st, 2020.

ISO is a third party independent agency that evaluates the fire department, water department and  communications systems. It rates the results on a national scale from one to ten (one being the best and  10 being the highest). According to ISO, its Public Protection Classification Program (PPC) plays an  important role in the underwriting process with insurance companies. Most U.S. insurers report that the  PPC information is used in their decision-making process when deciding what business to cover, what  coverage’s to offer or prices to charge for personal or commercial property insurance. 


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SLVFD, June 05

On June 4th at 1251 hours Chief 7 (Lankford), Chief 7A (Richman), Chief 7B (Schooley), Safety Officer 7A (Stockton), Engine 71 (Safety Officer DeVries) and Ambulance 79 responded mutual aid to the 2100 block of S. Solomons Island Road for the report of a building collapse (204 box). Units from Prince Frederick arrived to find a vehicle into a building with several injured patients. Units from St. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Cliff Rescue

SLVFD, May 14

At 1217hrs St. Leonard and surrounding companies were dispatched for the high angle rescue assignment in the 2600 blk of Aster Rd for the report of a dog over the cliff.  Chief 7 (Lankford), Deputy Fire Chief 7 (Schooley), Squad 7, Zodiac 7 and Ambulance 79 responded.  

After St. Leonard units arrived they confirmed the dog was actually over the cliff and stuck approximately 30’ down the steep terrain ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Chief Marc Richman, March 17

At approximately 2:35 the afternoon of 17 March, St. Leonard and surrounding stations we alerted for the serious accident in the area of Rt. 4 and Flag Ponds Pkwy. Engine 72(Sgt Schooley), A77, Command 7 (Lt. Eckstein) and Ambulance 79 (filling in at Solomons) responded. Units arrived to find a SUV down the embankment with a single patient trapped. Crews from E72 and Squad 3 competed a sidewall ... (Full Story & Photos)

Parkers Creek Car Fire

Active Member Anthony Curtis, March 03

On Thursday March 2nd at 1646, Company 7 was alerted for a vehicle fire threatening a residence. Chief 7, Chief 7 B, E72, TN7, and A77 quickly responded and arrived to the scene to find a van in the driveway with fire coming from the hood of the vehicle. Crews quickly extinguished the fire and remained on scene to make sure there was no extension to the house before returning to service.... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption 2 Compete in Skills USA Regional Event, St. Leonard Brings Home GOLD.

Chief Brent Lankford, February 11

On February 11, 2023 Firefighter Riley Kulikowski and EMT Student Amira Akli participated in the regional Skill USA competition held in St. Mary’s County. Firefighter Kulikowski received the GOLD medal for his participation in the competition and will be participating in the State of Maryland Skills USA competition in the coming months. The officers and membership are proud of both of these highly ... (Full Story & Photos)


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