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.


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.



2nd Annual Cart Cruz by the Riverside, Vendor Show and Cornhole Tournament

Firefighter/EMT-B Holly Newman, September 08

2nd Annual Cart Cruz by the Riverside, Vendor Show and Cornhole Tournament.
Come enjoy a family fun day with the Benedict Volunteer Fire Department; Food, Soda, Beer available for purchase, Music, Raffle and Multiple Vendors

Golf Cart Parade starts at 10:30am- Registration fee- $10.00 per Golf Cart
Trophies Awarded half hour after the parade . Trophies provided by Busy Corner Buggies.

Cornhole ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Deputy EMS Chief Holly Newman, June 18

The Benedict Volunteers Fire Department and Rescue Squad would like to congratulate our newest NREMT Amanda Howard

Amanda 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 ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Engine and Chief pull up on accident returning from Swift Water Call

Firefighter Mitchell Ruslander, June 03

On June 3, 2018 at approximately 1800 hours Rescue Engine 5-2 , Swift Water Rescue 5 and Chief 5 were alerted to a vehicle in the water on the other side of the countt. While returning, Chief 5 and Rescue Engine 5-2 pulled up to a truck towing a trailer that had wrecked into a guard rail on Route 5 in the area of Route 488. After investigation, the occupants were found to be fine. Engine Company ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Firefighter Mitchell Ruslander, June 03

On June 3, 2018 at approximatly 15:25 hours Calvert County communications dropped area box 210 off of Reid’s Lane in Prince Frederick for a reported House Fire . Rescue Engine 5-2 responded along with Chief 5 . First arriving units from Calvert Company 2 went on scene with a 2 story single family house with smoke showing from side Alpha . Rescue Engine 5-2 arrives as the second due Engine and was ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine Company runs house explosion in Calvert with heavy fire

Firefighter Mitchell Ruslander, May 28

On Monday, May 28th, 2018, at approximately 1110 hours, Benedicts Engine and Tanker 5 were alerted to a house fire in the 4000 block of Sparkleberry Court in Prince Frederick. Initial reports claimed an explosion was heard and a fire was visible. Engine 5-1,Tanker 5 and Chief 5 immediately responded. 1st arriving units from Prince Frederick found a single family home fully involved. Calvert Chief ... (Full Story & Photos)

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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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18210 Hyatt Avenue P.O. Box 303
Benedict, MD 20612

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