Walkersville Rescue Company, Inc.
Walkersville Rescue Company, Inc.

2016 Incidents
EMS Squad
Jan 190 16
Feb 179 6
Mar 176 11
Apr 174 8
May 194 10
Jun 190 9
Jul 179 6
Aug 173 4
Sep 144 3
Oct 164 1
Total 1763 74

Past Incidents
2010 1416 114
2011 1348 86
2012 1437 93
2013 1391 108
2014 1375 55
2015 1475 104
Total 8442 560

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Website Visitors
January 1, 2011
Visitors Today
Dec 05, 2016

Welcome to the Official Website for the Walkersville Rescue Company 24, Inc.

ATV24 To Thurmont

Assistant Chief Kyle Moore, November 20

On Sunday November 20th at approximately 1400 hours, units from Thurmont were alerted for a woods fire in the 15000 block of Sabillasville Road. Due to high winds the fire spread quickly and additional resources were requested. At 15:03 hrs., ATV24 was dispatched to help assist on the woods fire. ATV24 responded and arrived on scene. ATV24 assisted with fire control and transport of firefighter to ... (Full Story & Photos)

Toys for Tots

Deputy Chief Jeffrey Huggins, November 07

The Walkersville Volunteer Rescue Company is proud to partner with the Frederick County Toys for Tots program.

Drop off new, unwrapped toys to help less fortunate children throughout Frederick County during this holiday season.

Donations can be dropped off 24/7 between NOW and December 15th to the Walkersville Volunteer Rescue Company. If there is no one present to accept your gift, please leave ... (Full Story & Photos)

MVA RT194 & East Frederick St

Captain Craig Moore, November 01

At 14:12 hrs. Co.24 and Co.11 were dispatched to RT194 & East Frederick St for vehicle accident. C24-2 arrived on scene to find two vehicles with one patient still in the vehicle. ET114 arrived on scene to block traffic and check for leaking fluids. A169 arrived on scene to start patient care. D11 requested for a second transport unit for another patient. One patient was transported and one refusal. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Stop the Bleed: Bystander Responder

Assistant Chief Jeffrey Huggins, September 28

Stop the Bleed

No matter how rapid the arrival of professional emergency responders, bystanders will always be first on the scene. A person who is bleeding can die from blood loss within five minutes, therefore it is important to quickly stop the blood loss.

"Stop the Bleed" is a nationwide campaign to empower individuals to act quickly and save lives.

Remember to be aware of your surroundings ... (Full Story & Photos)

Help out your community, become a volunteer today!!!

Assistant Chief Jeffrey Huggins, September 28

The Walkersville Volunteer Rescue Company needs you.....

Ever thought about helping your neighbor in their time of need? The WVRC needs volunteers just like you. Whether your interested in participating in emergency response, fundraising activities or serving in an administrative function we have a place for you to help serve your community.

How to Apply

1. Download and complete a membership ... (Full Story & Photos)


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Walkersville Rescue Company, Inc.
73 West Frederick Street
P.O. Box 202
Walkersville, MD 21793

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