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Personal Account of Chief Spokesperson for largest & busiest combination Fire/EMS Departments in Country. 40+ years Fire/EMS experience. FEMA EMI PIO Instructor
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Mark Brady 3m
U/D On Ritchie-Marlboro Road under Beltway. 4 occupants assisted out of stalled vehicles in high water. No injuries reported. All OK. . Images by PGFD and OK to use
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U/D Old Ritchie Road PGFD has rescued 5 people from flooded parking lot. Recon still in progress
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Mark Brady 40m
Replying to @WBAL_Gary
yes.
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Mark Brady 41m
Flooding with occupied vehicles in parking lot 400 block of Old Ritchie Road in Capital Heights. Report of floating vehicles with one possibly occupied. on the way.
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Mark Brady 45m
Yes., Any and all images and video posted to this account are available to use.
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Occupied Commercial structure flooding at 6101 Suitland Road in Morningside. Some assists are being made.
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Mark Brady 52m
Road closure and flooding on Suitland Road between Suitland Parkway and Morningside Fire/EMS Station. Video by
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Mark Brady 1h
Flash Flooding is occurring. Use caution. Road Closure - Forestville Road between Rena Road and Suitland Parkway. In Forestville. Video by
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Mark Brady 1h
Numerous commercial business are flooding at Old Branch Ave and Woodward Road in Clinton.
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Mark Brady 1h
Several occupied vehicles stalled in high water at Ritchie-Marlboro Road and the Capital Beltway. PGFD on Scene
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Mark Brady 2h
PGFD Fire Chief says “Turn Around - Don’t Drown...
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Emergency Management 2h
Looks a little wet out ⛈☔️[understatement]. Torrential rain pounding . Be careful driving. Slow down and keep your headlights on with your wipers. Be safe and remember .
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Mark Brady 2h
The World Softball Championship registration is open until August 28th. This Maryland based tournament will be held from September 6th-9th 2018 with games beginning the morning of September 7th. For additional info go to website...
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Scott Thomsen 6h
Day 2 of helping teach the Advanced Public Information Officer course for FEMA in Charlotte. Great group of instructors and students at a terrific facility. and Liz Pratt.
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Mark Brady 6h
PGFD hosting the National Capital Region Memorial 9/11 Stair Climb and 5k Walk at at on September 15...
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Mark Brady Aug 18
Jesse McCullough, a PGFD Fire Fighter, has been fighting metastatic colon cancer. His fire department family is hosting a benefit to help ease some of the financial burden as he fights this beast. Jesse’s fight is our fight!! August 26 in Edgewater 2 to 8 pm
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Mark Brady Aug 18
Join PGFD Fire Chief at a BLOOD DRIVE vs PGPD - “Battle of the Badges” where everyone is a winner!!! Register today and reserve your place in line. Friday, August 24, 10am to 330 pm Pinebrook Drive in Landover (details on flyer) “Everyone Loves a Fire Fighter!!
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Emergency Management 21h
Here we go again!! It’s time for the nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System. Its ONLY a test. Also a great time to sign up for Alert Prince George’s so you can be ready for local emergencies.
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Mark Brady 8h
College Park Moose Presents Public Safety Valor Awards ...
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NWS DC/Baltimore 10h
Several areas of showers, and eventually some thunderstorms, will be crossing the area today. The greatest risk for strong to severe storms with locally damaging winds will cross from west to east late this afternoon and evening.
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