Singerly is a Combination, Volunteer and Career, Fire
Department serving over 50,000 residents in a 89 square mile district in the
northeast corner of Cecil County, MD encompassing the county seat of Elkton and
the surrounding area. The busiest fire company in Cecil County, Singerly
responds to 6,000 incidents annually; this call volume take a tremendous amount
of manpower, and Volunteers are always needed.
Membership is open to everyone
Must be 16 years old
Entry and Annual Physicals provided for all
No Experience Needed
ALL TRAINING PROVIDED FREE OF COST
The Benefits of Membership Include:
Unlimited free training
Train for a career in the fire service
Training for EMT and Firefighting
State Tax Incentive
Length of Service Awards Program
In station Gym Access for all members
Train as an EMT with the option to continue on
Train as a Structural Firefighter, Rescue
Technician, HAZMAT Technician with the option to continue on to Fire Officer Management
and leadership training.
Assist the Department with the behind-the-scenes
work needed to keep the department running.
Applications available at:http://www.firecompanies.com/MFC/public/userfiles/file/Singerly/SFC%20Application.pdf
Drop the Application off at 300 Newark Ave (Across from the
Library) or email the application to RandR@singerly.com
Friday, November 1, 2013
Singerly, Newark and North East were alerted for the reported working structure fire. Units arrived to find a 1 story, 6 bay garage well involved, crews placed master streams in service and provided exposure protection.
Sunday, October 27, 2013
Singerly, North East and Newark were alerted for the reported working house fire. Units arrived and extinguished small fire in the stairwell, the fire was contained to that area.
Friday, October 18, 2013 12:00
Singerly Fire Company would like to take this opportunity to "Thank"our sponsors who contributed to our annual Golf Tournament this year.RC Fabricators Inc. - Platinum SponsorNorthside Pharmacy - Silver SponsorAtlantic EmergencyChick fli aCrothers InsuranceDelmarva PowerGreen LanternHerr's ChipsHicks Home for FuneralsMcCool InsuranceShamrock AutoState Line LiquorsVlamis Cut Rate LiquorsVineland Auto ElectricWalmart ( Elkton)
Friday, August 30, 2013
Singerly, Chesapeake City, North East and Newark were alerted for the reported working house fire. Engine 13 and Chief 3 arrived to find a 2 story, middle of the row town house with smoke showing. Chief 3 established the Command. Initial crews deployed an attack line to the interior while additional crews provided search, ventilation and salvage in the residence.
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Singerly Responded for the reported fuel spill on the scene of an overturned vehicle. Crews arrived to find a medium duty truck overturned with a fluid leak and requested hazmat due to the quantity.
Sunday, August 25, 2013
Singerly, Chesapeake City, North East and Charlestown were alerted for the reported working house fire, initially reported with rescue; Engine 13 and Deputy Chief 13 (Lewis) were in the area, clearing an Automatic Fire Alarm and arrived on scene less than 2 minutes after dispatch. The units found smoke showing from a 2 story, end of the row town house and initiated a quick attack and primary search supplemented by Tower 3, Engine 312 and Engine 14 as well as mutual assistance from Chesapeake City, North East, Charlestown and Perryville. The fire was knocked and contained by the 1st crews while the remainder provided manpower for salvage and overhaul operations. The incident was placed under control in less than 1/2 hour, with crews remaining on scene for about 2 hours. The Red Cross is assisting the residents and the Maryland State Fire Marshall determined the fire to be the result of an unattended candle.
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Singerly was alerted for the Water Rescue, Engine 3 arrived to find a single vehicle in high water with the lone occupant self extricated.
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
Singerly was alerted for the Motor Vehicle Accidentm Lieutenant 13-1 arrived to find a single vehicle with 1 subject trapped. Engine 3 and Engine 13 arrived began to remove the door to access the patient. The single patient was transported to a local hospital .
Sunday, July 28, 2013
Singerly was alerted for the Motor Vehicle Accident reported with Rescue, Deputy 3 was 1st on scene and found single vehicle into a wooded are with 3 subjects trapped and 2 self extricated. Crews from Engine 3, Rescue 13 and Engine 14 put a portable hydraulic pump in service and removed the roof the vehicle to access the patients. 1 patient was flown by Maryland State Police Aviation and 4 other patients were transported by land to regional trauma centers. Chesapeake City Assisted with a BLS ambulance and transported.
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