Open House 4-6-19

Washington Volunteer Fire and Rescue will be hosting an open house to allow the public to meet members and possibly learn about becoming one. This is being held in conjunction with The Path Foundation’s Let’s Volunteer Day. We plan on … Continue reading

Truck Fire

Wednesday 2/6/19 Engine 1 responded to assist with a truck fire in company two’s first due. The truck caught fire as it traveled up Old Hollow and blocked much of the roadway. Units assisted with extinguishment and traffic control. … Continue reading

Control Burn

This weekend members had an opportunity to do a controlled burn of a house. This gives us a great opportunity to do some training and practice our skills. A big thank you to the property owner for allowing us to … Continue reading

Crashes 10-27 and 10-28

The company responded to two auto accidents the last weekend of October. The first was reported later in the evening on Saturday as a single vehicle rollover. The second was reported Sunday morning and involved two vehicles. Thankfully there were … Continue reading

Accident 9-26-18

On Wednesday the medic unit responded to a two vehicle crash. The intersection of Lee HWY and Richmond Road is a dangerous intersection. Please use caution coming through the area we have run several incidents nearly identical to this one. … Continue reading

Fire 9-1-18

Washington Units responded for a commercial structure fire in the Amissville area of 211. Engine 1 and tanker 1 responded to assist with extiguishment and overhaul units were on scene for a few hours with the crews on scene. Every … Continue reading

Fire 7/14/18

Over the weekend of July 14th Engine 1, Tanker 1, and Ambulance 1 responded to another working structure fire in the county. The fire had progressed significantly by the arrival of fire apparatus. County fire personnel as well as mutual … Continue reading

Fire 7/3/18

On Tuesday July 3rd Engine 1, Tanker 1, and Ambulance 1 responded for a first due working structure fire. The fire progressed aggressively but with assistance from every county agency, as well as mutual assistance from other counties the fire … Continue reading