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

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Engine Company First Arriving With Fire Showing From Second Due House

Falmouth Volunteers, December 07

Shortly after 19:00 hours the Falmouth Volunteers were alerted for a residential fire at 212 Musselman Road. Engine Company 1 responded on the run with a total of six volunteers. BC1 arrived first to find a single story wood frame with fire showing on side "Alpha" and established the " Musselman road command". Engine 1 then arrived and secured their own water supply and deployed the 400' pre-connect ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Runs Accident With Three Trapped

Falmouth Volunteers, November 24

At 1704 hours Stafford E.C.C. notified units of an accident with entrapment in the 700 block of Brooke Road. Rescue 1 quickly cleared the earlier fire scene and added to the run. Chief 2 was the first to arrive confirming entrapment of three people and took "Brooke Road Command". Rescue 1 arrived just after Rescue Engine 2 was completing stabilization. Units performed a side removal and removal ... (Full Story & Photos)

Two First Due Fires Within Two Blocks Of Each Other

Falmouth Volunteers, November 24

At 1430 hours, Stafford E.C.C. dropped the box for 1907 May St bringing the Engine, Rescue, Chief, and Asst. Chief with 10 personnel. Falmouth units arrived to find a small shed on fire to the rear of the residence and held it with Falmouth units. After picking up, the Engine and Rescue cleared while the Chief and Assistant remained on scene. As they we just about to clear, Chief 1 noticed smoke ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine Company Extricates One

Falmouth Volunteers, November 08

At 0630 hours the Engine Company was alerted for an minor auto accident in the area of Warrenton Road and Washington Street. Engine 1 was first to arrive to find a two vehicle T-Bone collision. Engine 1 quickly found that one occupant was trapped and upgraded the assignment. Engine 1 then stabilized the vehicle and completed a side removal with a Combination tool. Once the assignment was upgraded ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine A Rescue Company Extricate One In The First Due

Falmouth Volunteers, October 23

During the early morning hours the Falmouth Volunteers were alerted for an auto accident overturned with one possibly trapped in area of 147 Warrenton Road. The Engine and Rescue Company quickly arrived to find a single vehicle on its roof with one trapped. Engine 1 deployed a protection hand line and began patient care while Rescue 1 then placed two paratech struts to the rear of the vehicle and ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine and Rescue Take In Fredericksburg Fire With Reported People Trapped

Falmouth Volunteers, October 23

At 21:11 hours the Box Alarm was transmitted for 1089 Wicklow Drive bringing Engine and Rescue 1 with a total of 6 Volunteers. Fredericksburg Communications were receiving supplements from Fredericksburg Police of fire showing and possibly one female trapped in Apartment 103. Engine 1 (dispatched as the Third Due Engine Co.) arrived first after laying a line from the hydrant to find a 3 Story Garden ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue, MSU, and Chief 1 Run Water Rescue

Falmouth Volunteers, October 16

At 20:47 hours units were alerted to a Water Rescue in the area of the Falmouth Bridge. Additional information provided, stated that a subject was somewhere in the area of the Falmouth Bridge in distress. Rescue 1 and Marine Support Unit 1 positioned themselves at the Falmouth Waterfront Park for easy access to the river. With no additional information, Two Rescue Swimmers from Falmouth deployed from ... (Full Story)

Falmouth Volunteers Extricate One Trapped

Falmouth Volunteers, September 09

Shortly after 0800 hours the Falmouth Volunteers were alerted for an auto accident reported with entrapment at the intersection of Colebrook Road and Mundy Lane. Medic 7 was first to arrive to find a single vehicle into a tree with one trapped. Rescue 1 then arrived and placed step chocks on both sides of the vehicle to complete the stabilization. The crew from Rescue 1 then completed a side removal ... (Full Story & Photos)


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