On November 2, 2022 @ 1554 hrs. Station 3 was alerted for an MVA with injuries WB Rt50 @ Outlet Center Drive in the 3-70 Box. Rescue 3 and Engine 33 responded with 7 members. Rescue 3 arrived on location with 2 vehicles involved, Officer 301 established command. Two patients were transported to the Queen Anne’s Emergency Center. The scene was later turned over to the Maryland State Police.
On 10/23/22 @ 1248 hrs. Station 3 was alerted for a vehicle fire EB Rt50 @ Rt213 in the 3-73 Box. Engine 32 & Engine Tanker 3 responded with 6 members. Engine 32 arrived on location with fire showing from the engine compartment. Officer 304 established command. After a quick knock on the fire, command placed the situation under control. Scene was later turned over to the Maryland State Police.
On 10-14-22 @ 0446 hrs Station 3 was alerted for an MVA w/rollover SB Rt301 @ Del Rhodes Avenue in the 3-81 Box. Officer 304 arrived on location POV and established command. Engine 33 responded with 2 members. One patient was transported to AAMC for treatment. Scene was turned over to the Maryland State Police.
On 10-14-2 @ 1944 hrs. Station 3 was alerted for a MVA, initially reported as SB Rt301 between John Brown Road and Cherry Lane in the 3-82 Box. Chief 3, Rescue 3 and Engine 33 responded with 7 members. Chief 3 arrived on location with confirming the correct location as NB Rt301 prior to John Brown Road. Officer 304 established command. After evaluating the occupants involved, all refused treatment. Scene was turned over to the Maryland State Police.
On August 25, 2022 @ 1252 hrs. Station 3 was alerted for an MVA with injuries in the area of 111 Sportsmans Neck Road in the 3-5 Box. Rescue 3 responded with 4 members. Officer 306 arrived on location POV with 2 vehicles involved, establishing command. Command advised in coming equipment the correct location was WB Rt50 @ Sportsman Neck Road. Occupants refused treatment. Scene was later turned over to the Maryland State Police
Engine 33 is currently standing by at the Taylor Avenue Station in Annapolis with 4 volunteers due to a large fire in Cape St. Claire.
We’d like to thank each and every fire company that came out today for the water shuttle drill. A big Thank You goes out to our Ladies Auxiliary who provided breakfast beforehand, along with lunch afterwards to all the participants
On August 20, 2022 @ 1402 hrs. Station 3 was alerted for an MVA with injuries, initially dispatched on WB Rt50 @ Sportsman Neck Road in the 3-70 Box. Rescue 3 and Engine 33 responded with 7 members. Rescue 3 arrived on location with one vehicle which had collided with a guardrail, confirming the correct location as being WB Rt50 @ Greenspring Road. Officer 304 established command. Both occupants refused treatment. Scene was turned over to the Maryland State Police.
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On March 13, 2022 @ 1036 hrs. Station 3 was alerted for an MVA with injuries WB Rt50 prior to Rt213 in the 3-73 Box. Officer 304 (Nash) was traveling EB in his POV when he came upon the three vehicle crash, advising Queen Anne to alert Station 3. Rescue 3 and Chief 3 responded with 7 members. Officer 304 advised with WB Rt50 shutdown, for equipment to proceed EB in the WB lane to access the scene. Officer 304 requested 2 additional transport units bringing the total to 3. Three patients were transported to Queen Anne ER for treatment. Scene was later turned over to the Maryland State Police. Officer 304 had command
The Officers and Members of the Queenstown VFD would like to extend our condolences to the Baltimore City Fire Department on the tragic fire today that claimed the lives of three of their firefighters.
At our regular business meeting on December 23, 2021, elections were held for the Officers for 2022. The following are the results:
Board of Directors
Vince Anthony, Sid Compton, Jamie Lewis, Jim Lewis & Stu Tarrant
1st Assistant Chief
2nd Assistant Chief
Assistant EMS Administrator
1st EMS Lieutenant
2nd EMS Lieutenant
On December 18, 2021 @ 1413 hrs. Station 3 was alerted for a MVA with injuries Rt301@ Main Street in the 3-80 Box. Queen Anne advised the caller reported a single vehicle off the roadway into a tree. Paramedic 40 arrived on location with one vehicle off the roadway. The driver had self extricated prior to arrival. Paramedic 300 arrived on location confirming the address as being SB Rt301 prior to the Rt 50 split. Rescue 3 and Engine 32 responded with 6 members. Rescue 3 arrived on location with Officer 305 establishing command. After evaluating the driver, Paramedic 40 transported one to Easton Hospital for treatment. Scene was turned over to the Maryland State Police.