Falmouth Volunteer Fire Department - Stafford County, VA
Falmouth Volunteer Fire Department

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2015 Incidents
Jan 593
Feb 537
Total 1130

2014 Incidents
Jan 602
Feb 561
Mar 669
Apr 673
May 705
Jun 663
Jul 634
Aug 600
Sep 541
Oct 629
Nov 657
Dec 687
Total 7621

Past Incidents
2014 7621
2013 7899
2012 7632
2011 7316
2010 7564
2009 7286
2008 7106
2007 6762
2006 6420

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Falmouth Volunteers Run One Trapped In Brooke

Falmouth Volunteers, October 28

Shortly after 17:00 hours Rescue Squad 1 was alerted for another auto accident reported with entrapment in the are of Brooke Road and James Hill. Rescue 1 was first to arrived to find a single vehicle into a tree with one trapped. Rescue 1 then stabilized the vehicle. Once the Vehicle was stabilized the crew then removed the drivers door to gain access to the patient. Medic 7 packaged the patient ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Squad 1 With One Pinned In The First Due

Falmouth Volunteers, October 27

Around 16:00 hours the Stafford E.C.C. alerted the Falmouth Volunteers for an auto accident reported with entrapment and on fire in the area of Jefferson Davis Highway and Centerport Parkway. Rescue 1 quickly arrived at the correct location of Cambridge Street and Michael Street to find a utility van that had struck another vehicle with one significantly pinned. Rescue 1 quickly completed vehicle ... (Full Story & Photos)

Three Members Complete FEMA Structural Collapse Technician

Falmouth Volunteers, October 24

Three Falmouth members traveled to Virginia Beach for the eight day FEMA Structural Collapse Technician (SCT) course. During this intensive training students learned techniques to lift and move heavy objects, gain access through concrete and steel, and stabilize damaged buildings. SCT is the capstone course in technical rescue which seven members of Falmouth have completed.

Congratulations to Chief ... (Full Story)

Rescue Company Extricates One

Falmouth Volunteers, October 23

At 17:00 hours the Rescue Company was alerted for an auto accident with reported entrapment in the area of the 1400 Block of Truslow Road. The County Fire Chief was first to arrive to find a single vehicle into a tree with one trapped. Quint 12 and Battalion 1 arrived next and deployed a protection hand-line and stabilized the vehicle. Once the stabilization was complete the crew from Quint 12 removed ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Company 1 With One Trapped On I-95

Falmouth Volunteers, September 11

Shortly after 1300 hours Rescue Squad 1 was alerted for an auto accident with entrapment in the area of the 142.2 Interstate I-95 Southbound. Rescue 1 was first to arrive to find a two vehicle accident with overturned with one trapped. Rescue 1 quickly completed stabilization of the vehicle and began a roof removal. Engine 9 arrived and deployed a protection hose-line and began patient care with Rescue ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine And Rescue Company With Fire Showing From A First Due House

Falmouth Volunteers, September 02

Shortly after 0500 hours the Falmouth Volunteers were alerted for a unknown type fire in the area of Harrell Road and Heather Hills Subdivision. While responding units were updated by the Stafford E.C.C. that they had a caller online confirming fire in a house at 919 Ficklen Road and filled the box. Engine one laid a supply at the end of the driveway for the next arriving engine to pick up. Engine ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine Removes Door

Falmouth Volunteers, June 28

Around 0700 hours, E1 and E12 were dispatched to the Interstate @ the 132 Mile Marker SB. While E12 was responding, a car merged into them while changing lanes. The car struck E12 resulting with the driver coming trapped inside his car. E1 arrived shortly after the report of FD MVC and made contact with E 12 officer checking crew safety or injury. Once confirmed no injury, attention was turned ... (Full Story)

First Due House

Falmouth Volunteers, June 24

On the morning of at 0117 hours Engine 1 was alerted for the report of a house on fire in the first due (625 Lancaster Street). Less than 2 minutes later, the Engine arrived securing a hydrant and stretching the 400 to side Alpha with fire showing from a 2 story, Wood Frame, SFD attic area. Upon entry to the interior E1 was faced with a large volume of fire consuming the entire attic. After opening ... (Full Story & Photos)


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