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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Engine pops door

Captain Jimmy Kelley, 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

Captain Jimmy Kelley, 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)

Rescue 1 First Arriving with One Trapped in Brooke

Falmouth Volunteers, April 09

Around 11:15, Stafford E.C.C. alerted for an auto accident with entrapment in the 1700 block of Brooke Road bringing Rescue 1. Units checked the area with nothing found and Rescue 1 was placed in service. Within minutes, Stafford advised a Sheriffs Office unit was on the scene in the 2100 block of Brooke Road with a single vehicle off the roadway into a tree and a large portion of the tree on top ... (Full Story & Photos)

MSU-1 And Boat-1 Run Water Rescue with Hoist Operation

Falmouth Volunteers, April 04

MSU-1 and Boat 1 were alerted for a water rescue in the area of Willow Landing Boat Club. Operations Deputy Chief was the first to arrive to find two occupants that were stranded on their boat approximately 500 yards from shore. While the tides were going out with strong winds caused the river to become a creek. With no water and the significant amount of mud rescuers were unable to launch a boat ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Squad 1 With Fire Showing From A Comapny 12 House

Falmouth Volunteers, April 03

While the Falmouth Volunteers were Completing some spring maintenance on Rescue 1 the box alarm was transmitted for a residential fire on Old Banks Road in Company 12's first due bringing the Rescue Squad second arriving on the run. While enroute the Stafford E.C.C advised that they were receiving reports of smoke and fire showing from multiple windows. Crews quickly noticed a large column of black ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine Company 1 With Smoke Showing From Second Due Apartment

Falmouth Volunteers, April 03

Shortly after the Engine Company returned to service from a medical local inside the first due the box alarm was transmitted for an apartment fire at #100 Chivalry Court in Company 12's first due. The Engine Company responded on the run as the second due engine. Battalion Chief 1 arrived first to find a three story garden apartment with smoke showing and established the “Chivalry Court Command" on ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Company Runs Two Trapped In Company 2s Due

Falmouth Volunteers, February 06

While the Falmouth Volunteers were conducting a basic rescue company operations drill the alarm was transmitted for an accident with people trapped in the area of Jefferson Davis Highway and Nats Court. Engine 2 was first to arrive to find a single vehicle down an embankment on its roof with two trapped. Engine 2 then requested for Truck 2 to be placed on the run for a stokes operation and began stabilizing ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue 1 With One Trapped In Company 12's Due

Falmouth Volunteers, January 21

At 16:00 hours Rescue Squad 1 was alerted for an auto accident with people trapped in the area of Warrenton Road and Interstate 95 southbound entrance ramp. The Falmouth Volunteers responded with a total of 6 volunteers. Quint 12 was first to arrive to find a single vehicle off the road into a tree with one trapped. BC1 arrived and established the command. Rescue 1 then arrived and completed stabilization ... (Full Story & Photos)


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