Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company

Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company

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Thank you Warrenton for being a part of our historic milestone!

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Past Incidents

Year
Engine Company
Special Services
EMS
2023
938
88
64
Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company tanker truck in bay with uniforms hanging on wall

The mission of this organization shall be to prevent and extinguish fires, to maintain a modern and efficient Fire Company at all times for the protection of life and property, provide Emergency Medical Services in accordance with current Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services Licensure, and to provide technical rescue and hazardous materials support in part of cooperation with other agencies and jurisdictions, while also helping the community, citizens, and visitors during their time of need.

Recent Activity

Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company

11 hours 27 minutes ago

On Thursday, May 16th at approximately 4:15 p.m., units were dispatched for a motor vehicle crash with unknown injuries in the 9200 block of James Madison Highway and reports of two to four vehicles.

Engine 1 arrived on scene and found one basic life support patient (BLS) and one advanced life support (ALS) patient in two separate vehicles off the road in the median strip. Battalion Chief 1101 arrived on the scene and established command. Medic 1 arrived on scene and evaluated both patients. Patient number one was not able to move their extremities. Command upgraded the call to an entrapment and requested Air Care.

Engine 1 and Rescue 1 extricated the patient. Medic 1 transported the ALS patient to the landing zone and patient care was turned over to Air Care for flight to the local trauma center. The second patient was transported by Medic 13 to the local hospital. The scene was turned over to the Fauquier County Sheriff's Office.

Units: Medic 1, Medic 13, Engine 1, Wagon 2, Rescue 1, Battalion Chief 1101
Fauquier County Fire Rescue System, Lois Volunteer Fire Department, Remington Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department

Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company

1 day 4 hours ago

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Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company

3 days 3 hours ago

We’re over $1,000 raised for Give Local Piedmont Day! Can you help us reach our fundraising goal of $5,000 by midnight? Donate here: www.givelocalpiedmont.org/organization/Warrentonfire

Thank you to our generous donors thus far ❤️