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

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2014 Incidents
Jan 602
Feb 561
Mar 0
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Dec 0
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2013 7899
2012 7632
2011 7316
2010 7564
2009 7286
2008 7106
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2006 6420

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Engine Company With One Trapped In Front Of Firehouse


Shortly 14:00 hours the Engine company was alerted for a auto accident in the area of 275 Butler Road and Falmouth Fire Department. Engine 1 arrived in seconds to find a two vehicle T-Bone collision with one trapped. Engine 1 quickly upgraded the assignment while beginning to stabilize the vehicle. Once the steps chocks were in place stabilization efforts were complete. Engine 1 then utilized a Amkus ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Squad 1 and Rescue 1 Bravo Extricate One Pinned On Interstate With Fly Out And MCI

Falmouth Volunteers, March 22

At 09:30 hours Rescue 1 was alerted for a auto accident reported with multiple vehicles overturned with entrapment in the area of the 145.6 I-95 Southbound. Based on the information Rescue 1 requested for a second rescue to be added to the assignment. Rescue 1 Bravo quickly cleared an out of service drill and responded to the accident. Rescue Engine 14 was the first to arrive to find two vehicles ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue 1 Runs Overturned Bus

Falmouth Volunteers, March 17

At 04:03 hours units were alerted to the 137.5 I95 Southbound for the Auto Accident with Entrapment. As units were responding, Communications informed units of a overturned coach bus. Engine 2 arrived on the scene to confirm dispatch information with multiple people trapped. The Operations Deputy Chief then requested the incident be upgraded to a Mass Casualty Incident and requested an additional ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine and Chief Take In First Due Basement Fire

Falmouth Volunteers, March 13

At 17:25 hours the Box Alarm was transmitted for 6 Hicks Ct bringing Engine and Chief 1 with 5 Volunteers. As units were responding, Communications informed units that the homeowner stated his basement was on fire. Engine 1 arrived on the scene to find a single family dwelling with nothing showing from the Alpha, Bravo, and Delta sides. Upon entry by Engine 1's Lineman and Backup it was confirmed ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Company Runs One Pinned

Falmouth Volunteers, March 09

Shortly after midnight Rescue Company 1 was alerted for an auto accident reported with entrapment in the area of the 141.1 I-95 Northbound. Engine 2 was first to arrive to find multiple vehicles involved, one over the embankment into the trees with one pinned under the dash. Engine 2 utilized a grip hoist to prevent the vehicle from going further down the embankment. BC1 arrived and established the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo Courtesy of Fredericksburg Chief 2 Mike Jones
Photo Courtesy of Fredericksburg Chief 2 Mike Jones

Another Mutual Aide Fire In Fredericksburg

Falmouth Volunteers, February 02

Just before the Super Bowl, Fredericksburg transmitted a box alarm for the Apartment Fire on Wicklow Drive in Bragg Hill. Fredericksburg Engine 2, who is normally first due, was out of position so the engine requested to run the box. Falmouth arrived second due in the rear with smoke showing from the second floor apartment with people on balconies. Engine 1 deployed the 16 and 24 ft ladder to assist ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue and Asst. Chief On House Explosion

Falmouth Volunteers, February 01

Around 21:00 hours, a technical rescue assignment was dispatched to Hopkins Street in Downtown Falmouth sending Engine and Rescue 1. Once communications obtained more information it was determined to be Hopkins Branch Way in Berea. Units had to make the quick adjustment to the assignment as it was upgraded to a House Fire. First arriving Battalion 1 arrived and found a 2 story wood frame singe family ... (Full Story & Photos)

Courtesy of SSAC
Courtesy of SSAC

Engine Company Takes In First Fire of The Year

Falmouth Volunteers, January 01

Just after 07:00 hours, the City of Fredericksburg transmitted a Box Alarm for a house on fire at 307 Herndon Street. First arriving Fredericksburg E-1 arrived to find a 1 1/2 Woodframe Cape Cod with fire from the "Charlie Side". Falmouth Engine arrived minutes later and was assigned to "open up" the interior knee walls for the attack crew. The fire was marked under control within 15 minutes. Falmouth ... (Full Story & Photos)


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