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2022 Fire Rescue and EMS
Jan 258
Feb 165
Mar 205
Apr 193
May 228
Jun 240
Jul 213
Aug 235
Sep 212
Oct 233
Nov 181
Dec 185
Total 2548

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

Working Fires
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5 8 5 7

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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. 


Engine 71 For Sale

Chief Brent Lankford, February 03

2001 Pierce Dash Pumper

Engine: Series 60, 505HP
Transmission: Allison HD 4060P (5 Forward Gears and 1 Reverse Gear)
Pump: Waterous Single Stage 1500 GPM – Pump Test Passed in 2022
Water Tank: 750 Gallons
Fuel Tank: 60 Gallons Diesel
DOT Inspection passed in 2022

Wheelbase: 192” (16’)
Length: 366” (30’6”)
Width: 96” (8’)

Unit Mileage: 83,774 miles
Engine Hours: 345.8 hours (hours off due ... (Full Story & Photos)

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SLVFD, January 22

At 1411 hours today the St. Leonard Volunteers were dispatched to the 6400 block of Broomes Island Road for the reported house fire. Engine 72, Tanker 7, Squad 7, Ambulance 78, Rehab 7 along with Chief 7, Chief 7A and Chief 7B all responded. Chief 7B (Schooley) arrived on location to find a single story house with heavy smoke throughout and fire showing from the basement. Company 7 along with multiple ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 71 In Production

Active Member Thomas Buckmaster, January 20

08/26/2022 - This week, Engine 71 began production with the cab in fabrication. Next week, expect cab to be
scheduled for paint process. Soon, expect body to begin fabrication and chassis to be scheduled for

09/02/2022 - This week, Engine 71's cab moved through the paint process.

09/09/2022 - This week, Engine 71’s cab moved through the paint process while the chassis was in frame-up. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Brent Lankford, December 19

At 0940 hours the St. Leonard Volunteers were dispatched for a reported garage fire in the St. Leonard Shores subdivision. Chief 7, Engine 72, Squad 7, Tanker 7 and Ambulance 77 responded. Chief 7 arrived to find a 3 bay detached garage with light smoke showing from the rear of the structure and established the "St. Leonard Shores Command." Engine 72 arrived deployed a 1.5" crosslay, located and ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Zodiac Delivered

Assistant Chief Marc Richman, December 19

St. Leonard Volunteers have taken delivery of the new Zodiac 7. Zodiac 7 is a 21ft Zodiac Milpro SRR650 with a Yamaha 150HP engine, Garmin VHF Marine Radio and Radar/Display package.

Zodiac 7 will be used primarily to support water rescues and operations on the Patuxent River. It's shallow draft (14 inches) will allow us to navigate most areas along the river.

Members are outfitting the vessel ... (Full Story & Photos)

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