Wednesday, November 27, 2013 22:38
Alarm 0118 was sounded for a traffic collision with entrapment. Engine 1 arrived on scene with a SUV on its side with one patient trapped inside. Engine 1’s officer established Springs Rd Command while the crew started initial stabilization. Once Rescue 1 arrived, stabilization was completed and the roof was removed within 10 minutes. Company 1 units remained on scene for approx 20 minutes cleaning up equipment.Units on the assignment: E1, R1, M1
Wednesday, November 27, 2013 12:40
Box 0127 was struck for a reported structure fire. Company 1 units arrived on scene with a single story house with smoke showing from the basement. Tower 1 crew entered the structure and located a small fire in the basement. Once the fire was extinguished, crews checked the structure to find no further extension. Company 1 units remained on scene for an additional 40 minutes performing ventilation and cleaning up equipment.Units on the assignment: E1, T1, R1, W10, E4, E3, W11, AC10, M1, BAT1
Saturday, November 23, 2013 08:30
The Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company was able to take advantage of an abandoned house for training. Crews spent several hours practicing ventilation, hose advancement, search / rescue, and ladder deployment.Units involved in training: K1, R1, X1, U1
Friday, November 15, 2013 14:23
Alarm 0119 was sounded for a controlled burn that had gotten out of control. Co. 1 units arrived on scene to find approx ½ acre on fire spreading towards the woods. The fire was quickly extinguished, Units remained on scene for 1 hour clearing hot spots.Units on the assignment: E1, K1, X1, G1, BAT1
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Help bring the joy of Christmas to local children. Warrenton Fire is a drop off location for the Toys for Tots foundation. Details are below.167 West Shirley Ave. Warrenton, Virginia 20186Hours: 8 a.m to 6 p.m. Our last toy pickup date is: December 20th, 2013Frequently Asked Questions
Monday, November 4, 2013 02:58
Alarm 0110 was sounded for a reported traffic collision with entrapment. Medic 1 arrived on scene and advised that they had a tractor trailer overturned blocking James Madison Hwy South with the driver trapped inside. Engine 1 arrived on scene and established James Madison Hwy Command. Once Rescue 1 arrived, crews went to work stabilizing the truck so the driver could be removed. The driver was transported to Fauquier ER by Medic 1. Engine 1 and Rescue 1 remained on scene for an additional 20 minutes securing hazards and cleaning up equipment.
Units on the assignment: E1, R1, M1
Sunday, November 3, 2013
Alarm 1006 was sounded for a chimney fire. Rescue Engine 7 arrived on scene and advised that they had a two story single family with active fire in the chimney. Engine 1 arrived on scene and positioned for a reverse lay if needed, while Tanker 1 positioned out on Dumfries Rd. Company 1 crews reported to the scene and were instructed to chain the chimney from the roof. Interior and exterior crews worked together to extinguish the fire. Company 1 units cleared the scene after 40 minutes.
Units on the assignment: E1, K1, X1, RE7, E10, AC10
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 19:36
Alarm 0117 was sounded for a traffic collision with reported entrapment. Company 1 units arrived on scene to find a single vehicle in a field that had flipped multiple times ejecting the driver. Company 1 units quickly went to work securing hazards, providing light, and assisting with patient care. There were two patients total, one was ground transported to Fauquier ER, and the other was flown to Inova Fairfax Hospital.
Units on the assignment: W1, R1, CM1, M1, M14, A14,
Tuesday, October 29, 2013 13:59
Alarm 0133 was sounded for a reported vehicle on fire. Wagon 1 arrived on scene to find a single vehicle with the engine compartment well off. Wagon 1’s crew was able to quickly knock the fire prior to it extending into the passenger compartment. Wagon 1 remained on scene for an additional 20 minutes for clean up.
Units on the assignment: W1, C1
Saturday, October 26, 2013
The Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company held the annual open house from 10am-2pm. During this time the citizens were able to take tours of the station, see the apparatus, and engage with the membership to see what it’s like to be a Warrenton Volunteer Firefighter. We would like to thank the Warrenton Town Police, the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office, PHI Air Care, the Warrenton Training Center, and the community for making this event a huge success.
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