St. Leonard Volunteer Fire & Rescue is a 100% Volunteer, 501(c)(3) organization. Your tax-deductible donation will help us stay that way while providing the best fire, rescue, and EMS services that we can.
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Feb 08, 2016
Welcome to the Saint Leonard Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad's Official Website.
The Saint Leonard Volunteer Fire Department is a 100% Volunteer Department providing Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Medical Services to the residents and visitors of Calvert County, Maryland. Saint Leonard is located in the center of the southern half of Calvert County and is situated between the Patuxent River and the Chesapeake Bay. Our first due area encompasses approximately 40 square miles, which is nearly two-thirds the size of Washington, DC. Our members contribute countless hours to training and the maintenance of our equipment and apparatus while responding to over 2,000 fire and EMS calls annually.
All Volunteer, All the time... Pride is our pay...
On January 28th, 2016 at approximately 0826 hours, units from St. Leonard VFD were alerted to the auto accident in the area of 3000 St. Leonard Road, Squad 7 (L. Culbert), Ambulance 78 (S. Nero), Chief 7, Rescue Captain 7, and Safety Officer 7 immediately responded on the call. Rescue Captain 7 arrived on the scene to first to find a two vehicle, rear-end collision with one trapped. Moments Later ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Saturday January 16th, 2016, members from the St. Leonard VFD went to Huntingtown United Methodist Church in Engine 72 to lay flowers on the grave of William "Josh" Fabricante who was a young teenage member that was tragically killed in a car accident on January 16th, 2006. The St. Leonard VFD will continue to honor and will never forget the lasting memories Josh gave us for the short time he was ... (Full Story & Photos)
On January 6th, 2016, at approximately 0027 hours, the St. Leonard Volunteers were alerted on the 2nd alarm to the Bright Center West Building in Dunkirk, MD for the working building fire. Engine 71 (Sgt. Davis) and Tanker 7 (C. Hosselrode) immediately responded with approximately 7 personnel. Once Co.7 units arrived on the scene they assisted with water supply, extinguishment, and overhaul of the ... (Full Story & Photos)
On December 10th, 2015 at approximately 1509 hours the St. Leonard Volunteers were alerted for the House Fire at 8150 Ash Lane. Engine 71 (Capt. Buckmaster), Squad 7 (Sgt. Gilbert), Tanker 7 (J. Anderson), Ambulance 78 (Nero), and Brush 7 (M. Midkiff) immediately responded with approximately 10 personnel. Engine 71 arrived on the scene first to find a one-story single-family with smoke showing from ... (Full Story & Photos)
On December 3rd, 2015 at approximately 1700 hours, the St. Leonard Volunteers took Squad 7 to our neighboring department SVRSFD Co.3 for a Extrication And Stabilization Drill. The crews from SLVFD and SVRSFD worked together to perform a complicated Extrication involving a SUV that had overturned on its roof onto two parked vehicles with three patients total, one of which was ejected from the vehicle ... (Full Story & Photos)
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