Stonewall Jackson Volunteer Fire Department

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Proudly Serving Prince William County Since 1971
2015 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 95 322
Feb 140 270
Mar 105 315
Apr 100 289
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 440 1196

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
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792,055
Visitors Today
May 23, 2015
76

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.

 

SUV into a Townhouse

Safety & Logistics Captain Fred McEvilly, April 26

At around 2145 on Friday April 24th E511B and A511 were dispatched for a BLS MVC on Wichita Ct. Units arrived in the parking lot to find a vehicle that had driven through a fence and down a hill into a back yard of a Townhouse on Barbados Ln. The vehicle had hit the deck of the middle of the row Townhouse causing structural damage. E511B’s officer (Captain McEvilly) established Wichita command ... (Full Story & Photos)

Truck Fire on I-66

Assistant Chief Tom Wood, April 07

At approximately 0130, units from Stonewall Jackson, Gainesville, Haymarket, Bristow, Nokesville, Buckhall, Lake Jackson, Coles District, and Fairfax County were dispatched to Box 1183 for a reported truck fire on Interstate 66. Communications was reporting a trailer fully involved. A truck fire complement and tanker task force were assigned.

Battalion 501 marked on scene with a flatbed trailer ... (Full Story & Photos)

Public Safety Academy burn building
Public Safety Academy burn building

Stonewall Fall Burn

General Member Drew Meadows, November 11

On October 25, Stonewall Jackson Volunteer Fire Department conducted the company’s annual Fall Live Burn. Apparatus were mobilized at 0645, and all members met at the Prince William Public Safety Academy by 0730. During the training that lasted from 0800 to 1700, Stonewall crews responded to a total of five simulated structure fire calls. Crews swiftly knocked down the fires and rapidly performed ... (Full Story & Photos)

Sunday Morning Vehicle Fire

Assistant Chief Tom Wood, November 09

At approximately 1050, E511 was dispatched to Box 1124 for a reported vehicle fire in a gas station. E511 responded and BC501Y responded to assist. A column of smoke was visible as units were responding and Communications advised the vehicle was reported fully involved. E511 arrived on the scene and found a fully-involved car was across the street from the gas station. E511 made an aggressive ... (Full Story & Photos)

Auto fire on the interstate

Fire Captain Brian Placon, July 14

At 2023 hours, Engine 511B and E504 (opposite direction) were dispatched for an auto fire on the westbound side of Interstate 66 at the 49.7 mile marker. Dispatch received multiple calls including radio transmission from VSP confirming a vehicle on fire. E511B arrived on scene of a small fire in the engine compartment of and older style Honda sedan. The crew rapidly knocked the fire down, forced ... (Full Story & Photos)

Car Fire on Balls Ford

Assistant Chief Tom Wood, March 18

At approximately 2330, Engine 511 was dispatched to Box 1123 for a reported car fire at the Best Western Hotel on Balls Ford Road. E511 responded and arrived on scene with fire showing from the engine compartment of a pickup truck in the parking lot, exposing a nearby vehicle.

E511's crew stretched a handline and knocked the bulk of the fire down quickly, then worked to open the hood to overhaul ... (Full Story & Photos)

Hose Deployment and Advancement Training

General Member Rich Moraski, February 20

Two red hat members of the C weekend duty crew worked on their hose deployment and advancement skills. Engine 511 was placed near the hydrant to the north of the station, and the red hats cleared the hydrant and attached the Humat valve. Once water supply was established, both crosslays were pulled and advanced to two separate doors of the station. After flaking out the lines and calling for water, ... (Full Story & Photos)

House Fire on Lafayette

Assistant Chief Tom Wood, February 18

At approximately 0200, units from Stonewall, Manassas City, Manassas Park, Yorkshire, Bristow, Evergreen, and Buckhall were dispatched to Box 1112 for a reported house fire on Lafayette Avenue. The caller reported a fire in a bedroom. T511 arrived on the scene in less than 5 minutes and reported fire showing from second floor windows. The homeowner was in the front yard attacking the fire with ... (Full Story & Photos)

Power line separates from the house as E511 arrives on scene.
Power line separates from the house as E511 arrives on scene.

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