Alabama Brady Perrigin, Tuscaloosa Fire and Rescue Service Bryant Thompson, Tuscaloosa Fire and Rescue Service Georgia Paul Molinaro, Marietta Fire Department Maryland Neil Simmons, Baltimore County Fire Department Jack Columbus Fire Department, Missouri Reginald Paige, St.
What does BCOFD stand for?
BCOFD stands for Baltimore County Fire Department (Maryland)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Division Chief David Murphy of the Baltimore County Fire Department noted that the thick wall of smoke from the explosion was so large and high that it was visible for 40 kilometers (25 miles).
Baltimore County Project Heartbeat PAD program, which has been approved by Baltimore County and is being coordinated by the Baltimore County Fire Department, is designed to make the life-saving technology offered by AEDs available in public facilities and businesses throughout the 610-square-mile county of 755,000 people.