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

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2014 Incidents
Jan 602
Feb 561
Mar 669
Apr 673
May 705
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 3210

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

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Pink HEALS Color Rush

Falmouth Volunteers, July 18

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MSU And Rescue 1 Run Drowning

FALMOUTH VOLUNTEERS, July 07

As the day was beginning to come to an end the MSU, Rescue and Assistant Chief 1 were alerted for a possible drowning at the Fredericksburg Rock Quarry. Fredericksburg units arrived on scene and quickly confirmed that a victim was confirmed still in the water. MSU-1 and Fredericksburg Response 2 each deployed one Diver into the water to locate the victim. The Divers quickly obtained information from ... (Full Story)


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Rescue 1 Extricates One On Interstate

FALMOUTH VOLUNTEERS, June 28

Shortly after 06:00 hours Rescue 1 was alerted for a auto accident reported overturned with possible entrapment on interstate I-95 in the City of Fredericksburg. City units quickly arrived at the 130 northbound mile marker with a single vehicle on its side with one trapped and began stabilization efforts. Rescue 1 then arrived and completed the stabilization of the vehicle and completed a "roof flap" ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Rescue Squad #1 Runs Swiftwater Rescue

FALMOUTH VOLUNTEERS, June 07

Rescue Squad #1 was alerted for a swift water rescue in the area of Riverside drive and the “Jumping Rock "area of the Rappahannock River. Rescue 1 was first to arrive to find an adult male that was stranded on a rock wall in the middle of the river. Due to the heavy rain from prior days the river had begun to quickly rise and create extremely fast moving currents. The adult was exhausted from being ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Rescue 1 Runs Fatal Pin Job

FALMOUTH VOLUNTEERS, June 07

Shortly after Engine 1 returned to service from an overturned accident in the first due the Rescue Company was then alerted for an auto accident with reported entrapment in the area of Route 1 and Enon Road. BC1 quickly arrived to find a two vehicle T-bone collision with one pinned with fatal injuries. Rescue engine 2 and Tower 4 stabilized the vehicle and began extrication efforts. Seconds later ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Johnny "Mac” McDonald

Falmouth Volunteers, June 02

The Falmouth Volunteers regret to announce the passing of John “Johnny Mac” McDonald. Johnny is a Life Member and Past Chief of Stafford Volunteer Fire Department. Johnny is survived by his wife and two adult daughters. Johnny was a friend and mentor to many, he will be missed by all who knew him.

Our Thoughts and Prayers are with his Wife Theresa and his daughters Katie and Ashley

JOHN “MAC” MCDONALD ... (Full Story & Photos)

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New Rescue Takes In First Fire

Falmouth Volunteers, May 03

Saturday night; just as the crews finished up dinner, Engine 1 was dispatched to a medical local in the western part of the first due. 2 minutes later Rescue 1 was alerted for the house fire in the White Oak section of the county. With the box coming out, the Engine cleared the medical local taking second due engine responsibility.

Rescue 1 and Medic 7 arrived to find a 1.5 story wood SFD with ... (Full Story)


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Engine Company With One Trapped In Front Of Firehouse

FALMOUTH VOLUNTEERS, April 11

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)

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