Manassas Volunteer Fire Company
Manassas Volunteer Fire Company

Past Runs
2010 2494
2011 4060
2012 3123
2013 2979
2014 3215
Total 15871    

2014 Runs
Calls Box Fires
Jan 346 41 18
Feb 258 29 10
Mar 253 22 5
Apr 306 22 4
May 255 17 4
Jun 285 26 10
Jul 276 19 4
Aug 256 12 0
Sep 237 14 3
Oct 252 18 1
Nov 241 23 1
Dec 316 26 4
Total 3281 269 64

2015 Runs
Calls Box Fires
Jan 276 23 7
Feb 340 25 3
Mar 186 22 5
Apr 305 24 5
May 313 24 6
Jun 328 29 11
Jul 223 12 1
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 1971 159 38

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ENGINE 501 RESPONDS FOR REPORTS OF SEVERAL VEHICLES ON FIRE IN THE 8900 BLOCK OF LANDINGS DR.

July 22

At 1812 hrs Engine 501 was dispatched for reports of a motorcycle on fire in the 8900 block of Landings Dr. Box 1158. Engine 501 arrived to find a motorcycle on fire which was leaning against a nearby vehicle which was also on fire. Engine 501 stretched a red line and quickly extinguished all fire. Engine 501 went ready at 1831hrs.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Credit to Northern Virginia Fire Buffs
Credit to Northern Virginia Fire Buffs

ENGINE 501B ARRIVING AS THE 5TH DUE ENGINE WITH FIRE THROUGH THE ROOF IN GAINESVIILE. 13000 BLOCK OF FIELDSTONE WAY.

June 20

As the evening was winding down from a busy day at the 1 house very severe storms started rumbling through the area bringing torrential down pours and heavy winds and even reports of possible tornado's. Prince William County Communications had their hands full with multiple box alarms and several accidents with people trapped in both the Eastern and Western parts of Prince William County. At 1937hrs ... (Full Story & Photos)

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ENGINE AND TOWER LADDER 501 RESPOND, FIRE FROM A HOUSE IN HAYMARKET (4TH FIRE THIS WEEK)

June 12

As strong storms were hitting the western part of Prince William County Box Alarm 15-15 was sounded for the House in the 15000 Block of Palmer Ln. Engine 501 responded as the 4th due engine and Tower Ladder 501 responded as the 2nd due special service. While units were taking the 15 mile hike down Sudley Rd, Engine 524 went on scene with a SFD with fire through the roof, and automatically deemed the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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ENGINE AND TOWER LADDER 501 ARRIVE WITH FIRE IN A DETACHED GARAGE IN THE 9100 BLOCK OF GRANT AVE. (1ST DUE)

June 09

At 0536hrs Box Alarm 81-05 was sounded for reports of a fire in a house in the 9100 Block of Grant Ave. Rescue 501 arrived first and reported smoke showing in the area, but due to the high humidity and the smoke laying real low, it was uncertain exactly where it was coming from. Engine 501 stretched a 300' preconnect to Side C where the smoke was the heaviest. It was confirmed that the fire was actually ... (Full Story & Photos)

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ENGINE 501 AND TOWER LADDER 501 WITH FIRE SHOWING FROM A HOUSE IN YOKRSHIRE

June 07

At 1520 Box Alarm 08-05 was sounded for a house on fire in the 8100 Block of Spruce St. Engine 501 as the 4th due engine and Tower Ladder 501 as the first due special service responded. Engine 509 arrived taking the first due engine assignment and reported a 2 story split foyer with fire from the rear. Engine 509 stretched to the rear where they found a deck on fire with extension to the house. Tower ... (Full Story & Photos)

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ENGINE AND TOWER LADDER 501 WITH FIRE IN A TOWNHOUSE IN MANASSAS PARK

June 06

At 1838hrs Box Alarm 89-06 was sounded for a report of a townhouse on fire in the 9300 block of Lindsey Ln (Manassas Park Co.9). Engine 501 2nd due on the run card, laid in from a near by hydrant and took the first due engine assignment. Engine 501arrived to find a 2 story Middle unit townhouse with smoke showing from side A. Arriving as the 1st due engine, members quickly stretched a line to the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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ENGINE AND TOWER LADDER 501 WITH HEAVY FIRE FROM A TOWNHOME IN COMPANY 11'S AREA.

April 16

At 1701hrs Shortly after shift change Box Area 11-41 was distpatched for reports of a townhouse on fire. Engine and Tower Ladder 501 arrived on scene as the 2nd arriving engine and special service in the 11000 Block of Hiram Ct. Engine 501 stretched a backup line and proceeded to the second floor where they encountered zero visibiity and high heat conditions. While advancing the line up the stairs, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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FOAM ENGINE(2ND DUE) TOWER LADDER(1ST DUE) AND CHIEF 501 WITH FIRE FROM THE REAR OF A TOWNHOUSE. (9 BOX)

April 12

At 1344hrs Foam Engine 501, Tower Ladder 501 and Chief 501 were distpatched to the 8200 Block of Woodhue Dr. Assistant Chief 508 who lives in the neighborhood arrived to find an entire row of townhomes on fire to the rear which was quickly radioed in to communications. It was quickly determined that the majority of the fire was isolated to a shed and brush surrounding the area, including a 60' pine ... (Full Story & Photos)

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FOAM ENGINE, TOWER LADDER 501 AND BATTALION 581 WITH FIRE IN A TOWNHOUSE 9700 GRANT AVE. (FIRST DUE)

March 16

At 1847 hrs and as dinner time was coming to an end, Box 8126 was sounded for reports of a fire in a townhouse in the 9700 Block of Grant Ave (George Town South). Rescue 501 arrived on location first, and reported a working fire with smoke showing from side A. Foam Engine 501 arrived on scene as the first due engine and stretched to the front door while Tower Ladder 501 was putting up ladders. A primary ... (Full Story & Photos)

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FOAM ENGINE, TOWER LADDER 501 AND BATTALION 581 WITH SMOKE COMING FROM AN ATTIC 10000 BLOCK OF CARMEL WAY (1ST DUE)

March 05

AT 1124hrs units from Company 1 were distpatched to the 10000 block of Carmel Way in the first due for reports of smoke coming from the attic. Foam Engine 501 arrived on scene to find a 1 story single family with nothing evident. Upon further investigation units found a working fire in the chimney with minor extension to items around fire place and smoke in the attic. Crews opened up and found a hole ... (Full Story & Photos)

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FOAM ENGINE AND TOWER LADDER 501 FINDS BOX TRUCK ON FIRE 9600 BLOCK OF MAIN STREET

February 28

At 1350hrs Foam Engine and Tower Ladder 501 were distpatched to the 9600 block of Main street for reports of a large truck on fire. Foam Engine 501 arrived on scene to find fire showing from the rear of a 20' box truck. Crews from Foam Engine 501 quickly stretched the front bumper line and extinguished the fire. Tower Ladder 501 arrived on location and utilized their saws to open up the sides of the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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FOAM ENGINE AND TOWER LADDER 501 RUNS A SHOOTING IN THE 8300 BLOCK OF SHADY GROVE CIRCLE

February 24

As members were finishing up from there monthy company meeting Box 81-16 was struck for an ALS assualt in the 8300 block of Shady Grove Circle. Units arrived on scene to find 1 patient suffering from multiple gun shot wounds to the upper body. Medic 501 arrived and requested a helicopter. Foam Engine 501 set up the Landing Zone for helicopter Air Care 1 in the 8300 block of Stonewall Road. Air Care ... (Full Story & Photos)

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STRONG WINDS AND COLD WEATHER CAUSE BUILDING TO CRUMMBLE IN OLD TOWN

February 14

At 2048 Engine, Tower Ladder 501 and Battalion 581 were alaerted to the 9400 Block of Battle Street for reports of a building collapse. Units arrived on scene to find a 2 story brick commercial with the brick veneer wall on side D collapsed. Tower Ladder 501 controlled utilites, while Engine 501 established a collapse zone. No injuires were reported and units remained on scene until the arrival of ... (Full Story & Photos)

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ENGINE AND TOWER LADDER 501 WITH FIRE SHOWING FROM A HOUSE 8600 BLOCK OF NAGLE ST (1ST DUE)

February 13

As crews were preparing too sit down for dinner, Box Alarm 8140 was transmitted for reports of fire in a garage in the 8600 block of Nagle St brining Engine and Tower Ladder 501. Tower Ladder 501 went on scene with a 2 story single family with heavy fire from the garage. Engine 501 grabbed a hydrant and stretched a 2" hand line. Crews were met with heavy fire from the garage. While units were gearing ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Manassas City Chief Bowman educates us on importance of PPE.

Fireman Brian Kline, January 27

Below is the write up by the National Volunteer Fire Council that Chief Bowman participated in for better understanding of the use and needs of PPE during the overhauling stages of a fire.


Stay Safe with the NVFC’s New PPE Video Series
Published Date: 01.26.2015
Proper usage and maintenance of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is critical in keeping you safe from many of the hazards of ... (Full Story)


 
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