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2021 Incidents
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Jan 109 282
Feb 94 276
Mar 129 331
Apr 133 323
May 115 357
Jun 146 327
Jul 145 407
Aug 161 386
Sep 147 340
Oct 151 370
Nov 155 336
Dec 151 402
Total 1636 4137

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2021 1636 4137
2020 1604 3437
2019 1973 4,215
2018 1,931 4,276
2017 1,760 4,688
2016 1,820 4,657
2015 1,441 3,750
2014 1,350 3,178
2013 1,236 4,132
2012 1,225 3,741

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Welcome to the Official Website for the Junior Fire Company No. 2, Inc in Frederick, Maryland

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No Caption Off-Duty Volunteer Firefighter saves teenage girl from drowning

Chief Keith Brown and Lt. Rodney Scites, July 16

This month the community is celebrating our member Ja'montrez (Monte) Williams ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Hall Rental Unavailability Notice

Member Michael Offutt, July 15

The Junior Fire Hall will be unavailable for rent until further notice.... (Full Story)


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Rodney Scites, June 09

This month the community is celebrating our members Jane and Jim Bopst -

open the .pdf to watch the presentation... (Full Story & Photos)

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Block of East Street Fire 03/2019

Member Michael Offutt, October 07

Block of East Street Fire 03/2019... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Shelley Circle 07/26/2020

Member Michael Offutt, October 07

Twelve condominiums were damaged and all the buildings' residents were displaced Sunday morning after a 2 alarm fire in Shelley Circle.

There were no injuries reported, according to a news release spokesperson for the Frederick County Division of Fire and Rescue Services.

Firefighters arrived at the scene to find heavy fire in the third floor and roof area of a three-story condominium building shortly ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Mercantile Dr East Fire 03/10/20

Member Michael Offutt, October 07

Fire from 03/10/20... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Pet Safety Tips!

Member Michael Offutt, September 30

Pets are considered part of the family in many homes.
- Follow these steps to prepare your pets for a fire.
- Practice your home fire escape plan with the entire family, including your pets.
- Make an emergency kit: not only do humans need emergency kits but so do our pets.
- Keep pets near entrances to your home when you are away, where firefighters can locate them in case of emergency. 
- Display ... (Full Story & Photos)

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