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2022 Incidents
Jan 116
Feb 52
Mar 93
Apr 99
May 87
Jun 108
Jul 113
Aug 94
Sep 76
Oct 83
Nov 85
Total 1006

2021 Incidents
Jan 68
Feb 59
Mar 63
Apr 88
May 74
Jun 94
Jul 110
Aug 86
Sep 94
Oct 93
Nov 95
Dec 72
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2020 Incidents
Jan 81
Feb 65
Mar 77
Apr 71
May 76
Jun 81
Jul 98
Aug 79
Sep 99
Oct 63
Nov 63
Dec 71
Total 924

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RFC Installs Smoke Detectors

Firefighter Tyler Jones, January 26

On the Thursday the 26th of January members sorted through our list of smoke detector requests from our website. Members staffed 2 engines and went to a total of 8 homes to put up smoke detectors.

If you are in need of smoke detectors visit the request tab on our home page and click “Smoke Detectors”. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Firefighter Kevin Carr, November 27

Gregory Allen Leonard, 33 of East New Market passed away November 26, 2022 at his home with his beloved wife Abby by his side after a long hard-fought battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease).

Greg was born on February 7, 1989 in Salisbury Maryland to Bill and Mary Leonard.

He graduated from Cambridge South Dorchester High School in 2007. He then received an Associate’s degree from Wyo Tech in Blairsville ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire Prevention 2022

Firefighter Tyler Jones, November 09

Volunteers at Rescue Fire Company Inc. finished up our “fire prevention week” this past Thursday, our week of talking about fire prevention and fire safety ended up lasting about a month due to some schedule changes. For the past month volunteers have been visiting daycares, learning centers, and elementary schools around our area to talk to kids about fire prevention. The kids also were able to see ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Firefighter Tyler Jones, November 04

The officers and members Rescue Fire Company would like to remind everyone that this weekend is important, while you’re changing your clocks don’t forget to check and try out those smoke detectors. It’s a fact that smoke detectors save lives, so help us help you by making sure all the smoke detectors in your house are working.

If you are in need of smoke detectors please fill out the form on our ... (Full Story & Photos)

2021/2022 Call Report, New Officers

Firefighter Tyler Jones, October 12

Rescue Fire Company Inc. concluded its 2021/2022 fiscal year last week. For those that do not know, the company’s year runs from October 1st to September 30th. Durning the past year, volunteers at Rescue Fire Company have been busy around the station, at community events, completing different types of trainings and of course running calls. This past year, our volunteers ran a total of 1,169 calls ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Past Assistant Chief Robert "Bobby" Windsor Obituary

Assistant Chief Brad Walters, May 27

Robert “Bobby” Windsor, 70, of Cambridge passed away on May 26, 2022 at UMSMC at Easton. He was born in Cambridge on March 26, 1952 to the late Willis C. Windsor, Sr. and Etta Louise Spear Windsor.

Bobby attended schools in Dorchester County. He worked for many years as a truck driver with Pritchett’s and as a poultry farmer. On December 24, 1996, Bobby married the former Denise Dawn DeRosier, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Past President/Past Assistant Chief Calvin S Stack Jr. Obituary

Assistant Chief Brad Walters, February 20

Calvin S. Stack, Jr., 74, of Cambridge passed away on Friday, February 18, 2022 at UMSMC at Easton. He was born in Cambridge on June 4, 1947 and was a son of the late Calvin S. Stack, Sr. and Nellie Vickers Stack.

He graduated from Cambridge High School class of 1965. On September 14, 1969 he married the former Karen Elliott. Calvin worked for the Dorchester County Roads Board with 38 years of service. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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MDE - Open Air Burning Facts

Assistant Chief Brad Walters, February 10

As the season progresses and the temperature begins to warm, we wanted to make sure everyone has some facts about "Open Air Burning". As a reminder, always practice and adhere to appropriate safety precautions such as:

NEVER leave an active fire unattended

ALWAYS have a water source available to help contain the fire

ALWAYS have adult supervision at all times... (Full Story)


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