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DCFD HISTORY

ENGINE 31 1964 PIRSCH

March 1, 1896,  Truck Company "D" was placed in service and located at 219 M Street N.W. with an 1896 LaFrance/Hayes 75' aerial ladder truck.

March 2, 1927 Pvt. Edward F. Laughton of Engine 25 was killed when a chimney fell on him while fighting a fire at 4th & Portland St SE.

 

 

 



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Sun. Mar 1st 2015

Several families are displaced today after a fire erupted in a Southeast apartment building Saturday afternoon. The fire was in the 1600 block of V St Se in the Anacostia section on the city.First units on the scene reported smoke and fire showing from the first floor of a three-story garden style a...

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Thu. Feb 19th 2015

Story/Photos by DC Fire/EMSMembers of DC Fire and EMS Special Operations Division conducted their annual ice water rescue training in the Washington Channel on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 

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Thu. Feb 19th 2015

story/photo by DC Fire EMSD.C. Fire and EMS responded to an overnight vehicle crash on Thrusday, February 19, 2015, involving an overturned vehicle on the 200blk of Rock Creek Church Rd. NW. Members of Rescue Squad 1 extricated one patient from the vehicle and transported the patient to area hospita...

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Sun. Feb 15th 2015

photos by DC Fire/EMSWith the temperature in the single digits and very high winds, early Sunday morning, firefighters from the First Battalion responded to the 1900 block of Lawrence Street NE for a reported garage fire.Engine 26, first on the scene reported fire showing from a one-story garage wit...

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Sat. Feb 14th 2015

Firefighters from the First Battalion responded early Saturday morning to the 1300 block of Bryant Street NE for a reported apartment building on fire.First units on the the scene reported heavy smoke showing from the top floor of a two-story apartment building with all residents out safely.Firefigh...

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