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January 29th, 6:20 pm

Structure Fire for Sunday Volunteers

Late Saturday night Tower 618 was dispatched along with units from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue, Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD, Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad, and @Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department for a structure fire. The call was initially for a fire alarm, and when the inital units from Kincora arrived they found an actual fire. Tower 618 was the 2nd truck on the assignment and positioned to the rear of the structure. They provided initial scene lighting and fans for ventilation, and then were assigned by command to get on the roof and make sure the fire had not extended up there. They were further tasked look for non-destructive ways to ventilate the smoke. Due to the height of the parapet wall a ground ladder was used to safely reach the roof from the bucket (second photo), a capability of most Ladder Towers. Engine 618 was dispatched as part of the Rapid Intervention Team, but were quickly released once the fire was out and the scene was stable, and Canteen 611 was staffed and ready to respond.
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Structure Fire for Sunday Volunteers

Late Saturday night Tower 618 was dispatched along with units from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue, Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD, Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad, and @Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department for a structure fire.  The call was initially for a fire alarm, and when the inital units from Kincora arrived they found an actual fire.  Tower 618 was the 2nd truck on the assignment and positioned to the rear of the structure.  They provided initial scene lighting and fans for ventilation, and then were assigned by command to get on the roof and make sure the fire had not extended up there.  They were further tasked look for non-destructive ways to ventilate the smoke.  Due to the height of the parapet wall a ground ladder was used to safely reach the roof from the bucket (second photo), a capability of most Ladder Towers.  Engine 618 was dispatched as part of the Rapid Intervention Team, but were quickly released once the fire was out and the scene was stable, and Canteen 611 was staffed and ready to respond.Image attachment

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Thank you for all you do to keep us safe.

January 27th, 6:09 pm

Our recruiting team will be at Planet Fitness on Saturday, January 28. They would love to meet you and give you information on joining us. Stop by to see them between 0900-1200. ... See MoreSee Less

Our recruiting team will be at Planet Fitness  on  Saturday, January 28. They would love to meet you and give you information on joining us. Stop by to see them between 0900-1200.
January 22nd, 6:02 pm

Please be advised of this risk in our communities.The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) is issuing a warning after responding to two fatal overdoses that are suspected to involve opioids.

This morning, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office responded to two separate death investigations where opioids are suspected. Both investigations are pending toxicology.

If you believe a person is experiencing an overdose or in need of services, please call 911 immediately. If you have information regarding suspected narcotics activity in Loudoun County, please contact the LCSO Narcotics Hotline by calling 703-779-0552.

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Please be advised of this risk in our communities.

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The Chris Atwood Foundation is a peer-driven community organization in Northern Virginia providing free harm reduction and recovery support services and advocacy for people impacted by substance use.

January 21st, 1:34 pm

Station Fill for Friday Volunteers

While Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department was fighting a house fire late Friday Engine 611 was transferred to Fire Station 412 in Great Falls to ensure continued coverage in the area. Loudoun, Fairfax, and Dulles Airport regularly support each other to ensure that we're ready for every emergency.
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Station Fill for Friday Volunteers

While Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department was fighting a house fire late Friday Engine 611 was transferred to Fire Station 412 in Great Falls to ensure continued coverage in the area.  Loudoun, Fairfax, and Dulles Airport regularly support each other to ensure that were ready for every emergency.Image attachment

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That's awesome that y'all have those relationships!! my question is I believe I see a tanker still at the station, with a lot of great falls without hydrants and needing tankers was this fire in an area of hydrants ?

1 house fire last night in 2 hours and 2 hours later different house fire around at 11 pm..

Thanks for the support 🚒

January 19th, 10:04 am

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