Jason Golden

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New Medic Units

Update on- Warrenton Fire places order for new medic unit. Bringing our fleet back to four transport units. In a major cost savings effort the WVFC is riding the Fauquier County ambulance purchase contract to replace our aging fleet. This coupled with the counties purchase will place two brand new transport units in Warrenton. They …

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Smoke Alarm Campaign

The Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company (WVFC) participated in our third annual outreach event that was in conjunction with the Warrenton Baptist Church, First Baptist and Bethel United Methodist non-denominational out-reach programs, known as “Operation In As Much”. The goal was to ensure residents had sufficient and properly working smoke alarms. Our combined teams (fire department and church volunteers) …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.warrentonfire.org/smoke-alarm-campaign-3/

Help us find you!

When an emergency strikes you call for us. Seconds and Minutes can feel like an eternity when waiting for the ambulance or fire truck to arrive. Even with the latest mapping and GPS guidance we still rely heavily on your posted 911 address and signs leading us to your home or business. Please take a moment to check that your 911 address is marked properly. …

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Live Fire Training

The Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company (WVFC) will be conducting live fire training on an acquired structure near the intersection of Lovers Lane and James Madison Highway on Sunday October 16th. Crews will be using live fire conditions from about 1000 until 1200 in an abandoned single family house that was donated to the WVFC for training use. Smoke will …

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Smoke Alarm Battery?

These tips will help to make sure your smoke alarms perform as intended – when you need them the most: A short, low beep every 60 seconds indicates the battery power is low and the battery needs replacing. Change your smoke alarm batteries every 12 months on either April 1st, or at the end of …

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Summer is here!

North American summers are hot; most summers see heat waves in one or more parts of the United States. Heat is one of the leading weather-related killers in the United States, resulting in hundreds of fatalities each year and even more heat-related illnesses. A link to more information is provided here.

Permanent link to this article: https://www.warrentonfire.org/summer-is-here/

Website Update

We are upgrading and completing maintenance to our website. We will not be posting or updating news stories until the upgrades are complete. We apologize for the inconvenience. We will resume normal updates to the site soon. Please stop by our Facebook page for any news or media releases in the meantime. You can also …

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Police Unity Tour

The Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company proudly showed support by flying the American Flag to honor the men and women of the Chapter IV Police Unity Tour.  This was a 230 mile bicycle ride to Washington D.C. to honor law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.  The tour consisted of approximately 100 riders, 12 support units …

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Traffic Crash with Entrapment – Springs Rd

Alarm 0118 was sounded for a traffic crash with entrapment. Company 1 units arrived on scene to find two vehicles involved in a head on collision with the driver trapped and pinned by the dash. Chief 1 established Springs Rd command, while Engine and Rescue 1 went to work stabilizing the vehicle preparing for extrication. …

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Commercial Vehicle Fire – Meetze Rd

Alarm 0136 was sounded for a vehicle fire reported a large truck on fire 15 feet from a structure.  Engine 1 arrived on scene, established command, and advised that they had a dump truck with the engine compartment fully involved with extension into the cab.  Engine 1’s crew quickly knocked the fire, and held with …

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