|Tue. Apr 14th 2015|
First Hose responds for working house fire...
Engine 1 (First Hose) was alerted along with other Hagerstown Fire Department units to 352 Yorkshire Ro...
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|Mon. Apr 6th 2015|
First Hose Does Engine Transfers.....
Monday, April 6, 2015 was a busy day for several of the county's volunteer stations. Volunteers from the Mt. A...
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|Sun. Mar 15th 2015|
Apartment Fire on E. Franklin Street
First Hose (Engine 1) was alerted at 18:54 hrs. along with other HFD units for an apartment fire on Box 1-3-1 located at 30 E...
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|FIRST HAGERSTOWN HOSE COMPANY|
Serving the City of Hagerstown for 200 Years
Photo Courtesy of Kyd Dieterich, Chief of the Hagerstown Fire Department
Semper Paratus is latin for "Always Ready" or "Always Prepared". It is the motto of this organization and many others around the world, most famously the United States Coast Guard, parts of the United States Air Force, the Windsor Regiment of the Canadian Armed Forces and the British Parachute Regiment of the British Army
Ross Street House Fire
Engine 1 (First Hose) was alerted for the house fire at 124 Ross St. in the city's West End at 14:10 hrs. The initial Box Alarm brought Engine 4, Engine 1, Engine 5, Truck 4, Truck 1, Utility 3 and Captain 32 to the scene. Engine 4 (Western Enterprise) was the first to arrive on the scene, reporting smoke showing and laid out from the hydrant at Ross and Lanvale St.
Captain 32 (Stoops) of the 2nd Battalion arrived, established the Ross St. command and requested the "Safety Assignment" dispatch bringing the remaining CITY apparatus to the scene including Engine 2, Special Unit 32 (Antietam) and Engine 3 (Independent Juniors). Paramedic 75-5 (Community Rescue), Air Unit 25-1 (County Air Unit), Rehab 25 (County Rehab), Rescue Squad 20 (County Special Operations), Safety 200 (County Safety Officer) from our mutual-aid departments were also on this dispatch as well as FM-2 (Crist) and FM-3 (Fishack) of the Hagerstown Fire Marshal's Office.
Engine 1 established the water supply and pumped Engine 4's supply line while interior crews reported a fire on the 2nd division with extension into the wall and ceiling. Crews from Truck 1 (Pioneers) and Truck 4 (Western Enterprise) worked to extract smoke from both sides of the rowhouse.
Command reported the fire knocked down at 14:22 hrs. and crews were checking for extension.
Crews were released from the scene after the building inspectors arrival around 15:06 hrs.
200th Anniversary Parade Forms are now available online.
Click on the Parade Registration Tab on the left side of our page and fill out the forms.
We hope to see you all at our Parade & Muster.
Help us make this a celebration an event that will be remembered and talked about for years to come.
"Congratulations to our "BROTHERS" in Bakerton"
The officers and members of the First Hagerstown Hose Company would like to congratulate the officers and members at the Bakerton Volunteer Fire Department, Company 7, Jefferson County, West Virginia on the purchase of their new water rescue boat.
"VOLUNTEERS" at the Bakerton Fire Department stepped up and took over water rescue operations after the service was dropped by the Independent Fire Company in Ranson.
Water Rescue incidents are now handled jointly by the volunteers at Bakerton along with vessels from the Potomac Valley Vol. Fire Company of Washington County, Maryland.
Kudos to Chief Smith and his "VOLUNTEERS" for stepping up and providing this service to the citizens of Jefferson County, West Virginia.
2015 DOWNTOWN EVENTS
Wind Down Friday Schedule
|MAY 8TH - EVENT OVER||JUNE 5TH|
|JULY 17TH||AUGUST 21ST|
|SEPTEMBER 25th||OCTOBER 16th|
We are preparing for our 200th Anniversary and we want your pics!
Please contact us if you have photos we can use!
William C. King at (301) 992-6664 or email@example.com
The First Hagerstown Hose Company is always recruiting individuals interested in becoming volunteer firefighters or active members to assist us with administrative and fundraising activities within our company.
President: Bryan Stallings
Vice President: Dave Stevens
Vice President: Tiffany Long
Secretary: Raymond Lushbaugh
Treasurer: Christa Stallings
Chaplain: Harry Hawbaker
John Miller - Co-Chairman
Richard Stallings - Co-Chairman
Captain: Warren Royce
Lieutenant: William King
Lieutenant: Steven Jacobs
Sergeant: Johnathan Sines
Sergeant: Charles Reger