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This is helmet-cam and dash-cam video from the Hollywood VFD in St. Mary’s County, Maryland of a house fire Tuesday. Here’s the description Deputy Chief Bryan Riley posted on the Hollywood VFD website:
At 1423 hours Station 7, Station 2, Station 1, Station 9, EMS Station 79, and EMS Station 29 were dispatched to 26363 Mar-a-lee Ct. in Oakville for the House Fire. Engine 72, Engine 74, Truck 7, Rescue Squad 7, Chief, and Chief 7B responded on the call with a total of 15 volunteers. Engine 72 was first to arrived at 1428 hours finding a 2 story split foyer residence with fire showing from side “A”. The crew advanced a hand line to the structure finding fire on the first floor extending into the second. Truck 7 and Engine 74 arrived next with Truck 7 going to work opening up and deploying ground ladders to the structure. Engine 74 established a water supply for Engine 72 while Chief 7 arrived and established the “Mar-a-lee Command”. The crews made quick work of the fire and the assignment was reduced to the units from Station 7 and Engine 24. Crews remained on the scene completing overhaul and assisting the State Fire Marshals Office. All units cleared the scene and returned to quarters at 1616 hours.