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Another Addition to the Fire and Rescue Family

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, August 29

On August 25, 2014 Technician Richard Angel and his wife Holly welcomed the birth of their daughter Sadie Marie Angel. Sadie weighed in at 8lbs 6ounces and was 21.25 inches long. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Back to School Safety Message

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, August 29

The Stafford County Fire and Rescue Department is reminding the motorist to be extra alert this time of year as September 2, 2014 is the beginning of the school year in Stafford County. With the opening of school we will see an increased traffic on our roadways as the teachers, student drivers, and school buses make their way to and from school.

It is an exciting time of year for children, especially ... (Full Story & Photos)

Stafford County Fire and Rescue "Fill the Boot" Campaign

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, August 29

Stafford County Fire and Rescue personnel will spend the Labor Day weekend out on the streets collecting money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). Muscular Dystrophy encompasses over 40 neuromuscular diseases that affect people of all ages. The MDA assists those with any form of Muscular Dystrophy and their families and funds research of all types of Muscular Dystrophy.

Crews hit the streets ... (Full Story & Photos)

Dangers of Driving through Flooded Roadways

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, August 12

Ironically, many drivers rescued from flood waters report that they were in a hurry to get home as a reason for tempting the danger of driving into water. However it looks, and despite what car commercials depict, driving into flood waters may be the most dangerous things one might ever try considering the following:

Most cars will float (and be swept away) in 18-24 inches of moving water. Trucks ... (Full Story & Photos)

Addition to the Fire and Rescue Family

August 07

On August 5th at 8:03 a.m. Justin and Jen Doyle welcomed the birth of their first child "Jase Mason Doyle". Jase weighed in at 6lbs 7ounces and 20 inches long. Everyone is doing fine. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Center for Fire, Rescue & EMS Health Research Request

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, July 01

Greetings from the Center for Fire, Rescue & EMS Health Research,

We are writing to ask for your help in locating female firefighters for our health survey. We want to collect data from as many female firefighters in the country as possible. Please forward this email to any females you know in the career fire service.

While there have been considerable advances in the literature related to ... (Full Story)

Fireworks Safety

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, July 01

Each year fireworks related incidents, especially those involving illegal fireworks, are the cause of numerous injuries and fatalities. In order to ensure your holiday remains safe and festive, only use legal fireworks and follow the manufacturer's recommendations.

The fourth of July is upon us and many people will celebrate the holiday with a fireworks display. Remember, fireworks can be dangerous, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Outdoor Grilling Safety

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, June 30

Grilling is one of the most popular ways to prepare food has we enjoy the great outdoors. But, a grill placed too close to anything that can burn is a fire hazard. They can be very hot, causing burn injuries. Please select the link below and follow the simple tips and you will be on the way to safe grilling.

... (Full Story & Photos)

Leadership Program Graduates

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, June 26

The Stafford County Fire & Rescue Department would like to congratulate the following personnel on completing leadership programs based out of either George Mason University in Fairfax City or University of Richmond in Richmond, Va.

Virginia Fire Officers Academy Graduates: • Lieutenant Charlie Freeman • Lieutenant Scott Pylant

Northern Va. Fire Rescue – Leadership Development Institute Graduates: • Master ... (Full Story & Photos)

Firefighter Rescue, Survival and Escape Training

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, June 25

On May 17 and 28 volunteer and career members from numerous different companies within the County participated in Hands On Training evolutions. The topic was Firefighter rescue, survival and escape. Crews worked to rescue simulated incapacitated firefighters from above and below grade, large area search and rescue, self-rescue from collapse simulations and masonry wall breaching to name just a ... (Full Story & Photos)



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