WEST SIDE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
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2015
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12
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West Side Volunteer Fire Dept.
P.O. Box 85
Bivalve, MD 21814

410-873-2140
410-873-2170 Fax
Media
3-30-15
MVC
Station 12 units were alerted for MVC on Wetipquin Rd in
the area of the bridge.  Station 12 units arrived to find a
vehicle up on the wooden guard rail of the bridge.  No
injuries on the scene, released scene over to WCSD for
investigation.
2-22-15
MVC WITH ROLLOVER
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4-13-15
WATER RESCUE
Station 12 was alerted for a reported water rescue, on
Wetipquin Creek in the area of the bridge.  Station 12
units arrived and towards the Nanticoke River at the
mouth of the creek found two people in the water with a
capsized canoe.  All persons were brought to shore
safely.
5-18-14
SEARCH
Citizen Assist Search:  Station 12 was alerted on Sunday
May 18, 2014 to search for a lost woman in the woods.  
Central had a direct contact with the female and assisted
the fire crews to her location.  Trooper 4 was called to
assist.  Once trooper 4 arrived they found the female in
the marsh and directed the ground crews to her location.  
Ground crews assisted the female to her home.  Female
didn't suffer any injuries from this incident..
2-21-15
MVC WITH ROLLOVER
Story available soon.
2-22-15
MVC WITH ROLLOVER
Story available soon.
Top Ten 2014 Fire & EMS

1. Walt Borys

2. Glenn Messick

3. Dana Earp

4. Riley Scott

5. Crystal Dickerson

6. Mike White

7. Lisa Hart- White

8. Joe Dickerson

9. Jeff Thomas

10. Rusty Dennis
Help us help you.  Always have your house numbers displayed and visible from the street so we
can easily find your home.  Most houses, up to about 40 feet from the street, and mail boxes
should have atleast numbers 4 inches in height displayed.  The further your house is from the
street the larger the numbers should be.  The color of the numbers should contrast from the back
ground color.  Your numbers should be displayed on your mailbox and on your home., especially
on driveways with multiple houses.  Due to lack of lighting we would like to see reflective numbers
to help emergency crews find you quickly.
Poor
Approved
Clocks Change 03-08-15
Practice Water Safety When Boating
Fried Chicken Carry Out Dates Will Be Announced
            First Dinner Will Be Held May 30, 2015