Benedict Volunteer Fire Department

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  • Benedict Volunteer Fire Department Upcoming Events

Welcome to the Benedict Volunteer Fire Department, Rescue Squad and Auxiliary 

Prouldy serving Charles County, Maryland since 1950

Please visit our Events Page to see all the Activities we are hosting this year.

Indoor Community Yard Sale
Saturday, March 9th
Location: Benedict Volunteer Fire Department
7:00am - 12:00pm
Only $10 for a space.
Sell and shop inside where it's warm!
Reserve a space before they're all gone!

Contact Melissa or Kathy for more information:


Members Wanted!!

Please call the station @ 301-274-3890 or drop by to pick up an application today!!

As becoming a volunteer member of a fire department you receive several benefits.

1. Free fire and emergency medical training through the University of Maryland.
2. Receive College Credits for all formal training.
3. Self satisfaction from helping the community.
4. A variety of friendships.
5. The ability to work as a team.
6. Maryland state tax break.
7. Retirement pay
8. Respect from individuals in the community.



No Caption Engine Runs 1st Due Car Fire

Deputy EMS Chief Holly Newman, February 17

Engine 5-2 runs first due car fire on Prince Frederick Rd... (Full Story & Photos)

Fried Chicken Dinner for Furloughed Employees & The Community

Deputy EMS Chief Holly Newman, January 27

The Benedict Volunteer Fire Department, Rescue Squad and Auxiliary hosted a Fried Chicken Dinner SUNDAY, JANUARY 27th from 2PM - 4PM to assist the Furloughed Employees and their immediate family members free of charge.
The dinner was open to the community with a fee of $10.00 a person.
The dinner included Fried Chicken, Parsely Potatoes, Green Beans, Fruit Bowl and a dessert. We had a wonderful showing.

... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Engine Runs Working Fire In Laplata

Fire Lieutenant mitchell ruslander, October 23

Engine Company was dispatched to the 6300 block of Hidden Valley Drive around 1745 hours for a report of a house on fire. While Engine 51 was responding Chief 1 advised Communications to start the working fire dispatch. First arriving units went on scene of a 1 story single family with heavy fire showing from side Alpha and Delta. Engine 51 arrived and assisted crews with opening up and water supply. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Engine and Ambulance Run Roll Over with Flyout In First Due

Fire Lieutenant mitchell ruslander, October 20

On October 20th 2018 at Approximately 23:30 hours Charles County Emergency Services dispatched Rescue Engine 52 and Ambulance 58 to the area of Maxwell Drive for the report of a MVA rollover accident with 1 ejected . Upon arrival LT. Ruslander advised other responding units that’s there was 1 vehicle in the woods . Crews went to work quick doing patient care and immediately called for a Helicopter ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Deputy EMS Chief Holly Newman, September 10

The Benedict Volunteers Fire Department and Rescue Squad would like to congratulate our newest NREMT Devin Arocho

Devin successfully completed the MFRI(Maryland Fire Rescue Institute) and NREMT (National Registry EMT) EMT class. This is a course that all interested members must take if they would like to run EMS calls and treat patients with our department. This course consists of 165 hours of lecture ... (Full Story & Photos)


Engine 5-2 Movie (Quicktime 2.6 Megs)

Engine 5-3 Movie (Quicktime 2.16 Megs)

Tanker 5 Movie (Quicktime 3.54 Megs)



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Benedict, MD 20612

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