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Heavy Rains May Cause Flooded Roadways Remember the Dangers of Driving through Flooded Roadways

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, September 27

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)

Stafford County Invites Citizens To Preparedness Expo

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, September 22

Stafford County’s first ever Preparedness Expo this Saturday, September 26, will provide citizens with some information and supplies to help them get ready for a disaster.

“Disasters can occur at any time, and it is important for people to prepare as much as possible in advance so that they will be in a better position to take care of themselves and their families,” said Stafford Chairman of the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Proceeds from Mission BBQ Hero Cup Sales Support's Children in the Stafford Community

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, September 22

Dave Cobb and Jill Fountain presented the Stafford Fire and Rescue Department with a check for $6407 to support Coats for Kids right here in Stafford County! This would not have been possible without the support from Mission BBQ, their Team members and Mission's Great Customers! Because of you 200 Stafford County Children will have a new warm coat this winter!

... (Full Story & Photos)

Remember, September is National Prepardness Month

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, September 22

An emergency or disaster supplies kit is simply a collection of basic items your household may need in the event of an emergency.

Try to assemble your kit well in advance of an emergency. You may have to evacuate at a moment’s notice and take essentials with you. You will probably not have time to search for the supplies you need or shop for them.

You may need to survive on your own after an emergency. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Operation Warm Coats for Kids

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, September 17

With winter just around the corner the Stafford Fire and Rescue Department, Stafford Professional Firefighters Association Local 4012, Stafford County Public Schools, Apple Federal Credit Union, The Wawa Foundation and Walmart Stores will partner to provide coats for children in need. The coats are purchased from Operation Warm an organization who assists families struggling to meet their basic needs ... (Full Story & Photos)

Back to School Safety Message

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, September 03

The Stafford County Fire and Rescue Department is reminding the motorist to be extra alert this time of year as September 8, 2015 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)

MDA Fill the Boot

Mark Doyle Assistant Chief, September 03

"Stafford County Fire and Rescue personnel spent 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.

The 2015 Fill the Boot ... (Full Story & Photos)

Residential Fire in the Falmouth District

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, September 02

Stafford, VA – On Wednesday September 2, 2015 at 05:23 hours, Stafford County Fire and Rescue units responded to an unknown type fire on Harrell Road. At 05:26 hours the Emergency Communication received additional calls that confirmed a residential fire in the 900 block of Ficklen Rd. The first arriving units from the Falmouth Station arrived at 05:28 hours and reported a single family home with ... (Full Story & Photos)

Stafford Fire and Rescue Welcomes New Investigator

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, September 01

Stafford, VA - Stafford County Fire and Rescue’s newest arson investigator is a two-year-old yellow lab named Duchess, who was acquired through a grant from State Farm Insurance. State Farm also paid for the 200 hours of training that Duchess and her handler Deputy Fire Marshal Ben Gouldman recently completed at State Farm’s Accelerant Detection Canine School, located in Maine. Ben and Duchess will ... (Full Story & Photos)

Residential Fire in the Garrisonville District

Assistant Chief Mark Doyle, August 21

On Friday, August 21st at 1511 hours, personnel from the Stafford County Fire and Rescue Department responded to 15 Blacksmith Court for a residential fire. The Deputy Chief of Training was the first arriving unit with a 6 minute response time. His initial size-up revealed active fire conditions on the second story of a 2-story single-family dwelling. The occupants of the house had evacuated prior ... (Full Story & Photos)



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