The Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company reports two Bel Air residents and a firefighter were injured in two fires the company responded to overnight. The fire that started in a Churchville Road home resulted in the closing of Churchville Road at Rt. 543 and Prospect Mill Road this morning. Here are the details straight from the BAVFC website:
“Two fires only a couple miles apart kept the BAVFC busy on the overnight of February 22nd. The first fire sent units to the 1200blk of Kirby Circle off of South Fountain Green Road (MD. Rt 543) at around 00:30hrs (12:30AM). First responding BAVFC personnel and apparatus were just clearing from an MVC rescue on Route 22 in front of Campus Hills Shopping Center when they were dispatched. Engine 314 was first to arrive and was met not only by light smoke showing but by Harford County Sherriff’s Office deputies who had arrived prior to the FD and removed one female occupant from the structure. Further investigation located a smoldering fire in an upstairs bedroom of this end of the group townhouse. The female victim was transported by a BAVFC medic unit to Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in serious condition. One BAVFC EMS provider was injured from a fall on the ice during operations.
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He was taken to Upper Chesapeake Medical Center as well for non life threatening injuries. The cause and any information concerning the victim can be found by contacting the MSFMO.
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While units were wrapping up from Kirby Circle incident a report of an apartment fire at 1835 Churchville Road was dispatched to the remaining BAVFC units on the air as well as additional apparatus from the Level VFC and Aberdeen VFD at 0346hrs. First arriving units were on the scene within 4 minutes and found a two and ½ story single family dwelling, part of which is converted into an apartment, with fire showing from Division 2 (second floor). Crews contained the fire within 20 minutes. One male occupant was transported to Bayview for treatment of injuries to his hands. The cause is currently under investigation by the SFMO. Disaster Assistance was requested to the scene for two families.”
Click here to read the Baltimore Sun’s story on the fires.