Units from Stations 5, 18, and 21 (along with other MCFRS … [Read More...]
Kensington Volunteer Fire Department added 5 new photos.
4 days ago
A Montgomery County landmark has been destroyed by a significant fire overnight. Units from stations 5 and 21 along with Chief 705, Chief 705B, Chief 705C were dispatched to 11010 Rockville Pike for the report of a building fire. Units from Rockville’s station 23 arrived on the scene to find a significant fire inside the historic Hank Dietles Tavern. Chief 705 (Heflin) arrived a short time later and established the command. Units made an aggressive attack extinguishing the fire. There were no injuries to any civilians of firefighters.
Unfortunately, due to significant fire damage, one of Montgomery County’s longest service establishments will most likely remain closed for an extended period of time. ... See MoreSee Less
Kensington Volunteer Fire Department added 12 new photos.
1 month ago
Always training for the next call: The Tuesday Night Crew working on a standpipe evolution, and forcible entry. ... See MoreSee Less
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Kensington Volunteer Fire Department added 3 new photos.
1 month ago
This early Sunday morning fire in Aspen Hill brought units from all 4 stations, Chief 705, Chief 705B, Chief 705C and canteen 705 out in the cold. Units arrived to find fire in the basement that had extended to the first floor of the home. The fire was quickly extinguished and there were no civilian or firefighter injuries reported. ... See MoreSee Less