Chapel Oaks Volunteer Fire Department
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Welcome to Chapel Oaks Volunteer Fire Department

We the members of Chapel Oaks Volunteer Fire Department first give thanks to God without his love and Grace we would be nothing. To the founding members and citizens of community this website is dedicated to you. God bless you all.


4th Annual Safe Kids Holloween Party and Haunted House

4th Annual Safe Kids Holloween Party and Haunted House Hosted by the Chapel Oaks VFD Ladies Auxiliary.

October 29, 2011 7pm to 10pm

Goodies Bags for all children



Photo Booth

and Music by DJ Sporty

Tickets: $7.00 per Child and $3.00 per adults

For more information and/or get tickets in advance contact:

Bobbie 202-398-2648

Beverly 301-793-6438

Doretta 301-974-5005

Rose 301-978-1696

Shelia 301-266-7358

Tawana 240-353-0164 



Auto Well Off with a Body Inside

Wednesday, August 31, 2011  Just around 440hrs, E838 was dispatched for an auto fire in the 5600blk of Jefferson Heights Drive. Once the crew knocked down the fully involved car they discovered a body inside and requested the assistance from the County Fire Investigator and Police, 

It was unknown if any foul play was involved at this time. The County Police is still investigating. 

Read More Here



Task Force in Capitol Heights

Wednesday, August 17, 2011  Just before 1830hrs E838 was dispatched 3rd due on a house in the 700 block of Brooke Road in Capitol Heights (Co 805 Area). Units arrived to find a 2 sty vacant SFD with heavy fire showing from the 1st and 2nd floors. Units knocked the fire down in roughly 30 mins but extensive overhaul was required. Units cleared the scene around 2200hrs.(Pictures)



Councilwoman Andrea Harrsion hosted a meeting and dinner at Chapel Oaks VFD

Wednesday, August 10, 2011  Prince George's County Councilwoman Andrea Harrsion hosted a meeting and dinner with District 5 Community Leaders to discuss community goals.



MVA With One Trapped

Saturday, August 6, 2011 317 After being dispatched for a MVA an the area of  Columbia Park Rd and Clarkson Way, Q838 found an car under a Tracker Trailer with one trapped with heavy extrication needed.



Signal 13 Officer Down and Shots Fired

Wednesday, August 3, 2011 2300 Units was dispatched for a report of a PG Police Officer Down... Once on the scene, units learned that a PG Police Officer suffered a GSW to the arm after a gun battle with a gunman who also suffered a GSW. The Officer was transported to PG Trauma via PG Police Cruiser. See Fox 5 DC News Coverage



Apartment Fire in Landover Hills

Monday, August 1, 2011 1030

Q383 responded for fire a fire in a apartment in the 3900 Blk of Warner Avenue. They arrived to find a 3-story garden style apartment building with fire in a terrace level apartment. The fire was quickly knocked down in about 15 minutes and no injuries were reported. Several families was displaced as an outcome of the incident.See more pictures here



First Due Truck

Friday, July 29, 2011 2221 Q838 was dispatched as 1st due truck to the 8100 Blk of Allendale Drive in Company 833's area for a reported house fire. Upon their arrival, they found heavy fire on the first floor. Units quickly made small work of the fire and returned to service within an hour or so.



Working Basement Fire in Co. 17 Area

Wednesday, July 27, 2011 1148

Quint 838 was dispatched as second due Truck in the 4200 Blk of Byers Ave in Blvd Hghts (Co.817 Area). On arrival, Units found a 2 Story single family home with heavy fire in the basement. E817 and E826 along with Q838 (positioned on side “C” Charlie) knocked the fire down in a short period of time. Units operated on the scene for a about an hour before returning to service.



A Rescue of a Different Kind

Tuesday, July 26, 2011 

Q838 responded for a male having trouble breathing in the1100 Blk or Carrington Ave. Upon arrival, they for a obese male patient experiencing severe difficulty breathing which quickly escalated to full “Cardiac Arrest”. Q838, Amb 808 and Medic 826 worked the patient while Eng 808, TR 806, TK 833 worked to remove the front bay window and surrounding areas to extricate the patient. Unfortunately, due to a prolonged extrication, the patient was called (declared priority 4) on the scene after medical consult with the hospital, via MD State protocols. The patient was finally was extricated approximately 2 hours later after units removed the front wall of the house and transported Baltimore by EMS units.



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