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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 Company6 days ago
Ambulance 475 responded mutual aid to Harford County Company 13s area earlier today for the MVC with aviation.
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Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company2 weeks ago
Wow! We sold every ounce of meat we had for sale before 2pm on this beautiful day! This hasn't happened in years!

Thank you all so much for visiting and supporting us!
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Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company2 weeks ago
Our first Pit Beef fundraiser of the year is tomorrow! Come support us!
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Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company3 weeks ago
This week, we recognize the hard work and dedication of our skilled providers. Thank you for serving the community!
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Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company3 weeks ago
At 5:09 a.m., our Engine 473 and Harford County Department of Emergency Services Medic 7-1 were dispatched to a single vehicle accident in the 14000-block of Jarrettsville Pike (just south of Jacksonville Elementary School). Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company Engine 713 also responded to provide additional water and personnel.

The vehicle was found to be fully engulfed with fire upon our arrival. The driver was able to exit and was transported to the hospital after evaluation and treatment. The road will remain closed for some time.
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company3 weeks ago
Rescue Box 38-18: E473, A475, Lutherville Volunteer Fire Company Squad 303, and Baltimore County Fire Department Medic 10 handle a working rescue on Jarrettsville Pike just north of the Dulaney Valley Bridge. E473 arrived with one trapped. Two patients transported via ground to Shock Trauma Hospital. Expect the road to be closed for several hours.