MCFRS Respond to Collision Tuesday Afternoon in Germantown

Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services responded to a collision in Germantown around 3:30pm on Tuesday, October 10. According to Chief Spokesperson for MCFRS Pete Piringer, the collision occurred on northbound I-270, near Middlebrook Rd. One patient was evaluated for injuries. Some lanes were blocked following the incident. We will provide an update if additional information becomes available. 

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Free Community Father-Daughter Dance

Fathers and father figures, create unforgettable memories with your daughter at our free community father-daughter dance on June 1st, from 6-8 pm. Hosted outdoors at Olney Baptist Church. This event offers a delightful outdoor experience complete with a DJ spinning tunes, interactive games, a charming photo booth, delicious treats, and exciting raffle prizes. Fathers/father figures and daughters of all ages are warmly welcomed to share in this special evening together. Join us for an evening of joy, laughter, and cherished moments!

In the spirit of giving back to our community, we are partnering with Quest to Feed Montgomery to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need. We kindly ask each attendee to bring along a non-perishable food item to donate during the event. Every contribution, no matter how small, will go a long way in supporting families facing food insecurity in our area.

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