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9/11 Tribute


There are many moments to remember about that day. For instance, the fact that the weather today is very similar to that not so long ago day 20 years ago was extremely sobering this morning. Most people will remember exactly where they were and what they were doing that terrible day. For those that were old enough to remember the “day the world stopped turning” it will never be forgotten.

Inside the Station - Member Spotlight


Recently, Kelley Russum was selected as our “Inside the Fire Station – Member Spotlight” to profile. Kelley joined the Chestertown VFC in 2019. Kelley comes to us from Prince Georges County, where she is the youngest of seven children. While taking care of her grandmother, she started volunteering in Anne Arundel County in 2008. In 2011, after studying at Anne Arundel Community College, she earned her Paramedic license. She worked for a private ambulance company until 2014, when she started with Queen Annes County Office of Emergency Services, working as a career paramedic.

Inside the Station - Member Spotlight


Recently, long-time Life Member Larry Slagle was selected as the “Inside the Fire Station – Member Spotlight” profile. Our page often receives positive feedback about the well-written material and thorough explanation of incidents, training, drills, etc., featured. These releases and articles are usually written in the 3rd person. With that in mind, this article proves to be autobiographical in nature. For ease of composure, I switch to the 1st person narrative. Now, you know who authors these.

Motor Vehicle Collision - Washington Avenue, Chestertown


On Monday, September 6, 2021, at 7:30 am, the Chestertown Volunteer Fire Company, Kent & Queen Annes Rescue Squad, Kent County EMS, along with multiple mutual aid companies, was dispatched for the Motor Vehicle Collision with Injuries / Entrapment at Washington Avenue (Maryland 213) and Campus Avenue. The exact location proved just south of that intersection, in the 200 block of Washington Avenue, between Kent Circle & Campus Avenue.

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Jan - 36 Jul - 40
Feb - 43 Aug - 44
Mar - 44 Sep - 0
Apr - 35 Oct - 0
May - 50 Nov - 0
Jun - 46 Dec - 0
Yearly Totals:
2021 - 338 2020 - 527
2019 - 638 2018 - 594

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