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The Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company is located in Northern Baltimore County, Maryland. It provides emergency medical services and fire suppression to approximately 10,000 people in its first-due district, which covers over 75 square miles.

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Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company3 weeks ago
Have brush truck, will travel. A recent shot of our Brush 472 operating on the Loch Raven Reservoir incident.
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company3 weeks ago
Update at 9:20pm: the fire is under control and our volunteer members are clearing the scene after 4+ hours of work. Equipment still needs to be cleaned, fueled, and refilled with water before our folks are able to return home to their families.

Update at 7:20pm: Dozens of personnel are still struggling to control the fire. Multiple helicopters are performing water drops. Additional units including our Engine and Brush 472 have been dispatched.

Our Utility 477 and ATV 47 are responding to a large woods fire in Loch Raven Reservoir near Morgan Mill Road. Multiple other units are responding from other nearby stations. There are multiple road closures. Avoid the area.

Initial dispatch time was 5:06pm.
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company1 month ago
Thank you to our neighbors to the north, Fallston Volunteer Fire and Ambulance Co. for filling in our station this evening.
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company1 month ago
At 4:51pm, our Engine 471, Engine 473, and Ambulance 475 responded to a reported house fire in the 2600 block of Stockton Road. Other nearby stations also responded to assist. Crews were on scene for approximately 1.5 hours working to bring a garage fire under control.
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company1 month ago
At 11:22am today, our Engine 473 responded to a call in the 2000-block of Carroll Mill Road for a tree worker that was thrown from the fully-extended bucket of a truck that rolled over onto its side. Our crew stabilized the patient for transport to a trauma center by Harford County Department of Emergency Services Medic 7-1 and then mitigated on-scene hazards until the arrival of the Baltimore County Fire Department HazMat Team and MOSH. Our personnel were on scene for approximately 2 hours.
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company2 months ago
Please take note and expect smoke and an odor of burning in our area throughout the day.