UPDATE on Firefighter Recovering at Shock Trauma
CVFD shares PGFD PIO Brady's Update, April 18
Morningside Volunteer Firefighter Kevin Swain, 19 years of age, continues to show signs of improvement. While still hospitalized at the Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore he has been moved out of the Intensive Care Unit and into a private room.
Kevin sustained four gunshot wounds while answering a 911 call on Sharon Road in Temple Hills on Friday evening. Fire Fighter/Medic John "Skillet" Ulmschneider ... (Full Story)
We Mourn the Loss of Friend and Fellow First Responder John Ulmschneider
CVFD shares PGFD PIO Brady's Update, April 16
MEDIA CONTACT: Mark E. Brady, Chief Spokesperson, 240-508-7930
Firefighter/Medic John E. Ulmschneider "Skillet"
The Prince George’s County Fire/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Department is mourning the death of one of our own and praying for the best of a second member. Firefighter/Medic John E. Ulmschneider was shot and killed while on a call Friday evening. ... (Full Story)
Congratulations to Our 2016 Award Recipients
Congratulations to our 2016 banquet honorees:
Banquet dedicated to: Scott Kaiser
Top 5 Fire (Received job shirt and plaque)
5 - Keith Hopkins, Sr.
4 - Ian Bridgers
3 - Ashley Butler
2 - Dan Maresch
1 - (Edward J. McMahan, Jr. Fire Responder of the Year) Brian Cheeks
Top 5 EMS (Received job shirt and plaque)
5 - Michele Bowen
4 - Kyle Freeman
3 - Bernie Roussillon
2 - Kathleen Maresch
1 - (William ... (Full Story)
Welcome to the Official Website for the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department
The Clinton Volunteer Fire Department is a local Community organization dedicated to providing quality Fire Suppression and Emergency Medical Care. Our staff is comprised of approximately 40 Active Volunteer Firefighter/EMT's who are trained to meet the same standards and competencies as the Career Firefighters who supplement our staffing. In addition to responding to your emergency services requirements in the greater Clinton area, we also provide mutual aid to the surrounding communities of Camp Springs, Morningside, Silesia, Friendly, Allentown, Oxon Hill, Forestville, Brandywine, Baden, Waldorf and Silver Hill. We are primarily a publicly funded non profit Corporation, dependent on your financial support. At the present time we operate an Engine Company, Truck Company and Water Supply Special Unit, as well as an Emergency Medical Services staff. Please continue your tour of our web page, see how we work, respond and train.
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