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Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company work an apartment fire on Bonnie Ridge Drive in Baltimore


Information posted on February 29, 2024 from Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company:

Yesterday afternoon, PVFC’s Tower 323 was dispatched to a fire on Bonnie Ridge Drive. Our sister station’s Engine 2 arrived to find an oven fire that spread to the entire apartment. They reported smoke and fire showing and called for the working fire assignment. Reports also came in that there were inhabitants still inside the building. Tower 323 was the first truck to arrive and immediately joined the rescue operations. Our volunteer crew members also assisted with search and roof operations. Several victims were removed from the apartments. All firefighters and civilians were able to safely exit the building.


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