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Event Cancellations due to COVID-19 (Updated June 2, 2020)

Active Member Jenn Walters, May 27

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!

Based on the mandate by Governor Hogan that large, indoor gatherings in the state be canceled or postponed due to possible coronavirus (COVID-19) exposure, it is best for the health and safety of the public and our membership to cancel or postpone upcoming events.

Upcoming Event Announcements:
-All Hall Events including the Ladies Auxiliary Bingos are cancelled until further ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Kent Island Volunteers, January 06

Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Paramedic. This is a part-time paid position on our day staff.

To be considered for an interview, we require a minimum of two years of experience. Candidate will also be required to provide all current certifications.

For more information or to apply please email at emssupervisor1@gmail.com, (Please no ... (Full Story & Photos)

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We Need You.

Active Member Jennifer Walters, October 15

We Need You. Email Us at membership@kivfd.org for more information.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Active Member Jenn Walters, May 05

Come out and support Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department while picking up a great meal or sweet treat from a variety of food trucks starting May 5th and every Tuesday thereafter 4-8pm.

Any Questions Please Contact Jack at 443-618-0120

(For the safety of our community please continue to follow social distancing guidelines when picking up your food. Keep 6ft apart and return to your home to enjoy ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Reminder of the dangers of mixing chemical cleaners!

2nd. Assistant Chief Paul Schlotterbeck, March 19

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends routine cleaning of surfaces to limit the spread of COVID-19, several agencies are trying to remind people about the dangers of mixing household chemicals.

People are very concerned right now and may not be thinking about the dangers of mixing cleaners. The Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department wants to remind you of the following deadly combinations:

... (Full Story & Photos)

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2nd. Assistant Chief Paul Schlotterbeck, December 16

On December Friday the 13th at 1438 hrs. KIVFD HazMat 1 was alerted to respond to assist the Goodwill and Queen Anne's Hillsboro Vol. Fire Co's. with an overturned fuel delivery truck. HazMat 1 arrived and applied dome clamps to the man ways on top of the tanker to control leaks from the man ways. The Maryland Department of the Environment Emergency Response Division also responded to this incident. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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HazMat response to Galena

2nd. Assistant Chief Paul Schlotterbeck, December 11

At 1729 hours HazMat 1 was alerted to respond mutual aid to Kent County, Maryland to assist the Galena Vol. Fire Co. with a tractor trailer crash. Units arrived to find a tractor trailer that had run off the right side of the road coming to rest in a drainage ditch. The crash resulted in one of the trucks saddle tanks being punctured. Diesel fuel leaked in the water filled drainage ditch. HazMat 1 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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2nd. Assistant Chief Paul Schlotterbeck, October 22

Hazmat 1 responded to assist the Church Hill VFD with a two tractor trailer crash on US Route 301 just south of MD Route 302. A tractor trailer that was stopped on the shoulder of the road was struck by a passing tractor trailer. Both trucks sustained significant damage. One of the trucks lost one if its saddle tanks. Hazmat 1 pumped the diesel fuel from the remaining saddle tank preventing any further ... (Full Story & Photos)

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