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Thank you to everyone who hopped on over to join us for Breakfast with the Easter Bunny and our egg hunt today! A special congratulations to Savannah on winning one of the Easter baskets!  We had an egg-citing time celebrating with all of you. Your smiles and laughter truly made the day egg-stra special. We hope you enjoyed the delicious breakfast and had a blast hunting for eggs. Until next time, thank you for making memories with us! Wishing you all a hoppy Easter filled with joy and happiness!  #EasterEvent #ThankYou #CommunityFun #EggHunt #BreakfastWithTheBunny 

 

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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Serious Accident on Rt. 4

Assistant Chief Marc Richman, March 17

At 09:40 on Sunday the 17th, St. Leonard and surrounding companies were dispatched for a serious accident on Rt 4, in the area of Ball Road. Ambulance 78, Engine 72, Chief 7A and Captain 7 responded immediately. Units found a minivan on it's side with a single occupant trapped.

E72 stabilized the vehicle and flapped the roof in order to extricate the patient. Squad 3 (Solomons) arrived and assisted ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Chief Marc Richman, March 15

On Friday 15 March at approximately 14:40, St. Leonard and surrounding companies were dispatched to the area of Calvert Beach Road and Garrison St for a serious auto accident with the vehicle reported on fire.

Engine 72, Ambulance 77, Chief 7A and Safety Officer 7 responded and found a single vehicle that had hit a pole and upside down in a front yard, with no fire. The crew from Engine 72 stabilized ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Servpro of St. Marys and Calvert

Lieutenant Pete Eckstein, December 19

The officers and members of St. Leonard fire department would like to thank Servepro for the donation of the box truck for the members to train on.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Chief Marc Richman, December 10

At 4:34 PM on Sunday 10 December, St. Leonard and surrounding companies were alerted for the house fire in the 1300 block of Gregg Drive. Engine72, Tanker 7, Chief 7 and Chief 7A responded upon initial dispatch. First arriving units reported a working incident with fire through the roof on the Alpha/Delta side. Crews from E72 made entry through side Charlie and assisted with extinguishment. Crews ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Solomons Boat Fire

Assistant Chief Marc Richman, October 12

At approximately 16:06, units were alerted for a marina fire at Solomons Yachting Center. Units found a 34ft cabin cruiser on the travel lift with smoke showing from the engine compartment. Crews from Solomons and St. Leonard extinguished the fire before turning the boat over to DNR.

Photos courtesy of SVRSFD.... (Full Story & Photos)

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