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

Flag Pole

On June 30th members worked hard to put a flagpole up at the station! The pole has been in the works for a few months and today the flag finally flew. We think the flag is a nice addition and … Continue reading

Quick Response

On Friday night company units responded to a deck fire. Units were able to respond quickly and were on scene within five minutes of dispatch. Because of this quick response company personnel were able to start knocking down the fire … Continue reading

Fires

WVFR has been busy responding to many calls this week! Two of which were fires. The first fire started with a vehicle and extended to a garage. The second fire was a sizable shed that caused damage to a power … Continue reading

Training

The brush truck is still good for some informal EMS training! Plenty of people around today so it was a good time to practice some skills. These members will be attending EMT class this winter to sharpen their skills and … Continue reading

Busy times

It been a busy couple of weeks here at the department. We’ve responded to several calls in the community including some very serious calls. We’ve also had the pleasure of hosting breakfast and lunch for the rough riders as they … Continue reading

Major Mutual Aid Fire

Saturday night WVFR and many units from Rappahannock were toned to assist Culpeper county with a working commercial structure fire. WVFR responded with our tanker staffed with four firefighters. Upon arrival the apparatus took an attack role on the far … Continue reading