|Working Fire 315 Shepherds Ave|
|By Firefighter Kevin Carr|
|September 22, 2020|
At 9:32AM the Volunteers of Rescue Fire Company Inc. were dispatched for a reported house fire at 315 Shepherds Ave in Cambridge. Chief 1-1 (Captain 1-1) AOL with smoke showing from A 1½ story single family dwelling, established command and requested A Working Fire Taskforce (bringing additional personnel and equipment to the the scene). The 360 report revealed A working fire on side "D" (Delta) in the kitchen/dining area and confirmed the structure clear of all occupants. Engine 1-3 AOL with fire attack and advanced the initial (1¾) attack line into the structure to extinguish the fire. Engine 1-2 took the second (1¾) attack line into the structure to assist with fire attack, overhaul and ventilation. The lack of volunteers brought A 2nd Alarm request from command to get additional personnel and equipment to the scene. At 11:22AM with the situation under control command was terminated and all units were placed in service without incident.
Chief 1-1 (Captain 1-1 with Command)
|Units:||Chief 1-1 (Captain 1-1), Engine 1-3, Engine 1-2, Engine 1-4|
|Mutual Aid:||DCEMS PM 100 & 101 (Cambridge), Station 16 (Secretary) Chief 16 (Side Charlie), Station 21 (East New Market) Engine 21-2, Station 6 (Hurlock) Tower 6-1, Talbot Station 30 (Trappe), Talbot Station 20 (Oxford) Truck 23 (Station 1 standby), CPD, Red Cross, Maryland State Fire Marshal|