Stonewall Jackson Volunteer Fire Department

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Proudly Serving Prince William County Since 1971
2016 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 106 333
Feb 86 319
Mar 101 308
Apr 99 336
May 108 345
Jun 108 387
Jul 117 373
Aug 128 325
Sep 126 401
Oct 104 395
Nov
Dec

2015 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 95 322
Feb 140 270
Mar 105 315
Apr 100 289
May 103 340
Jun 74 245
Jul 119 352
Aug 118 343
Sep 94 342
Oct 97 362
Nov 91 332
Dec 96 340
Total 1232 3852

Past Responses
Fire EMS
2014 1164 3950
2013 1173 3726
2012 1207 3840
2011 1252 3964
2010 1148 3902
2009 1128 3752
2008 1245 3799

Website Traffic
Visitors From
February 15, 2007
947,060
Visitors Today
Dec 09, 2016
86

Welcome

The Stonewall Jackson Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad, based just north of Manassas, VA, has proudly served the citizens of Prince William County since April 1971. The department is dedicated to the preservation of life and property through education, quality emergency medical care, and effective fire suppression and hazard mitigation.

Last year the department responded to over 5,000 calls for service.  This would not have been possible without the support of our community.  Please consider making a financial contribution below and help us continue to provide critical services to our community.

 

Side Charlie of the initial fire structure.
Side Charlie of the initial fire structure.

Two-Alarm Multiple Townhouse Fire in 2nd Due

Vice President Steven King, November 26

This weekend's structure fire call in the City of Manassas (Box: 8133) was a perfect example of how quickly fire can spread. Initial units from Company One arrived shortly after being dispatched and found heavy fire showing from the rear of two townhouses, with flames through the roof and side of the end-unit townhouse.

The first few minutes of any response usually sets the tone for the rest of the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Firefighters Complete Technical Rescue Training Across Virginia

Vice President Steven King, November 09

Stonewall Jackson Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad (SJVFD) members are completing more Heavy and Technical Rescue (HTR) than ever, these days. Firefighters who staff Truck 511, especially, are completing high-angle rope rescue and vehicle extrication training across the region, with firefighters and paramedics from Ashburn, Sterling, Hamilton, Charlottesville, Blacksburg, and elsewhere, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Firefighter Eduardo Hernandez uses a Stokes basket to raise a training mannequin to the roof.
Firefighter Eduardo Hernandez uses a Stokes basket to raise a training mannequin to the roof.

Firefighters (Nina Benedicto, pictured, Steve King and Patrick Sheil) work to protect injured drivers and occupants from further harm by stabilizing damaged vehicles, controlling leaking fluids, protecting everyone at the scene from oncoming traffic, and helping fellow Emergency Medical Technicians (Ambulance crew members Nick Henke, Alex Longhi, Dylan Corwin, and Kira Ullman) care for patients.
Firefighters (Nina Benedicto, pictured, Steve King and Patrick Sheil) work to protect injured drivers and occupants from further harm by stabilizing damaged vehicles, controlling leaking fluids, protecting everyone at the scene from oncoming traffic, and helping fellow Emergency Medical Technicians (Ambulance crew members Nick Henke, Alex Longhi, Dylan Corwin, and Kira Ullman) care for patients.

Multiple Auto Accidents for B-crew

Vice President Steven King, April 10

SJVFD's Firefighters and EMT's on B-crew responded to multiple automobile accidents during their weekend shift. Nearly a dozen vehicles were damaged, many of them likely a total insurance loss.

Thankfully, there were no serious injuries or fatalities but our busy call volume serves as a reminder for everyone to buckle-up and drive safely! We want to see you at our annual Open House, not after an ... (Full Story & Photos)

Ellis Elementary Health and Wellness Fair

Vice President Steven King, April 09

Crews from Engine 511B and Ambulance 511 taught kids and parents alike about fire safety and firefighting during Saturday morning's Health and Wellness Fair at Ellis Elementary School. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Alex Longhi, Nina Benedicto, Dylan Corwin, Steve King, Nick Henke and Amy Tarte. (L to R)
Alex Longhi, Nina Benedicto, Dylan Corwin, Steve King, Nick Henke and Amy Tarte. (L to R)

Driver Stephanie York and Truck Firefighter Pat Sheil pause while shoveling snow.
Driver Stephanie York and Truck Firefighter Pat Sheil pause while shoveling snow.

Stonewall Members Serve During Historic Storm

General Member Drew Meadows, January 25

Before flurries began to fall on Friday, January 22, Stonewall Jackson Volunteer Fire Department members were arriving at the station to prepare for the forecasted storm. Extra gear, food, shovels, ice-melt, and plenty of warm layers were staged. All apparatus were fully fueled. Unit checks were completed. Coffee was brewed. With over 2 feet of snow and high winds on the way, fire and rescue operators ... (Full Story & Photos)

Stonewall Member Rescues Motorist

General Member Drew Meadows, January 01

Just after 0800 on New Year’s day, Stonewall units received a call to respond to an auto accident with a passenger entrapped. Engine 511’s crew was inside a store on Sudley Manner Drive. When the crew came outside to board the engine, they could see the accident in the distance, and they were surprised to see the vehicles on fire.

Realizing that someone could be trapped in a burning car, the crew ... (Full Story)


Overturned Vehicle for the Truck

Assistant Chief Tom Wood, June 27

At approximately 1715, units from Stonewall Jackson, Gainesville, and Yorkshire were dispatched to Box 1165 for a reported overturned vehicle in the vicinity of Sudley Road and Lee Highway. Communications advised there was a car on its side in a ditch with people still trapped inside. T511's officer requested a Rescue be added to the call and RS504 was dispatched.

T511 arrived on the scene and ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rolling Thunder

General Member Joseph McKee, May 24

At approximately 0800 on Sunday morning Engine 511B and Truck 511 of staged at the Groveton Road overpass to participate in the annual Rolling Thunder event. Rolling Thunder is a United States advocacy group that seeks to bring full accountability for prisoners of war (POWs) and missing in action (MIA) service members of all U.S. wars.

In preparation for the event Company 11 provided support to observers ... (Full Story & Photos)

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