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Sat. Feb 7th 2015

Saturday February 7th, 2014 from 8AM until 11AMthe Deale Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting anALL YOU CAN EAT Country Breakfast$8.00 per person and Children 5 & under are FREE Menu Includes:Scrambled Eggs, Pancakes, Sausage, Bacon, Scrapple, Home Fries,Sausage Gravy, Creamed Chip Bee...

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Thu. Jan 1st 2015

Get your CPR/AED or CPR/AED & First Aid Training Certifications!Several upcoming classes will be offered and will be tailored to the type of certification you may need.Below are the classes available and the certification received with each one.  All classes will be American Heart Associati...

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Recent Calls


Thu. Jan 15th 2015

Early Thursday morning on January 15th Compary 42 was alerted for a dwelling fire on the 6000th block of Melbourne Ave. After more calls details became clear the dwelling fire was actually located in the 600 hundred block of East Marshall. Engine 42 arrived on scene to find a two-story sin...

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Sat. Jan 10th 2015

At 1221 Company 42 was alerted for a dwelling fire in the 42-17 Box. Engine 42, Truck 42 and Chief 42 responded with neighboring companies. Prior to arrival Chief 42 requested the second alarm for additional equipment due to fire conditions and demeaning weather conditions. Upon arrival Chief 4...

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Wed. Oct 29th 2014

Tigers from Cub Scout Pack 840 Visit Station 42 to learn about the Station and what happen at a fire house. 

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Sat. Sep 13th 2014

On Saturday September 13th  Member Alan Smith hosted the Annual Abnormal Behavior Car Truck and Bike Benefit Show for Kyle Hamrick . On May 2, 2014 Kyle Hamrick was diagnosed with stage 4 Non Hodgkin's Lymphoma.Company 42 attended the Car Show giving out Fire Prevention informatio...

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Thu. Sep 11th 2014

On September 11th 2001 at 8:46 am the first tower was struck, at 9:02 am the second tower was hit. The burning towers stood for 56 and 102 minutes. It took 12 seconds to fall. 2819 dead from 115 different nations. 343 Firefighters 23 NYPD 37 Port Authority Officers. We will never Forget th...

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Deale Volunteer Fire Department
6007 Drum Point Rd
Deale, MD  20751

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410-867-1350

Emergency:

911

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