Stonewall Jackson Volunteer Fire Department

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Proudly Serving Prince William County Since 1971
2017 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 103 311
Feb 110 318
Mar 103 349
Apr 107 341
May 102 378
Jun 95 369
Jul 110 321
Aug 119 344
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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 113 338
Dec 126 372
Total 1322 4232

Past Responses
Fire EMS
2016 1322 4232
2015 1232 3852
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
1,050,065
Visitors Today
Sep 23, 2017
227

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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.

Wednesday Night Crew Assists Patient Fly-Out

Vice President Drew Meadows, August 31

Shortly after 2100 hours Wednesday night, August 30, Ambulance 511B and Medic 511 responded to a call for injuries from an assault. Ambulance 511B arrived on scene first and were met by a male with a stab wound to his lower abdomen being assisted to the ambulance by police. Quickly recognizing the critical need for trauma center care, the crew began treatment of the patient and requested a helicopter ... (Full Story & Photos)

Gonna Need a Bigger Boat

Lieutenant Ben Cochran, July 14

The department's membership were gathered in Gregson Hall when the alarms sounded just after 8 pm for a truck fire in the 8600 block of Bethlehem Road. The column of smoke from the fire could be seen from Sudley Manor at Sudley Road. Upon arrival Engine 511's officer in charge notified communications that we actually had a boat on a trailer about 30 feet from a house that was fully engulfed in fire. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Modern vehicles' crumple zones distribute the force from impact away from passengers, dramatically increasing survivability.
Modern vehicles' crumple zones distribute the force from impact away from passengers, dramatically increasing survivability.

Mutual Aid to Fairfax County

Vice President Steven King, February 04

Mutual aid, sometimes called automatic aid, is assistance provided by one fire department to another of a different jurisdiction, which is dispatched automatically by a contractual agreement. Last Thursday night’s crew exemplified two different ways mutual aid is so important – for incident response and to fill-in.

Before midnight, Ambulance 511 was dispatched to an auto accident on Interstate 66 ... (Full Story & Photos)

Even in good weather, accidents happen!

Vice President Steven King, January 27

Last Thursday night's duty crew responded to several motor vehicle collisions (MVC) in our first due. Thankfully, no one was seriously injured but our volunteers transported more than one person to a local hospital.

At one MVC, a significant amount of potentially harmful fuels and motor vehicle fluids spilled onto the roadway, requiring seven large bags of dry adsorbent to recover the liquids and ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 511's crew speak with Prince William County police officers about clearing disable vehicles to the side of the road, while Ambulance 511's crew evaluates two patients off the roadway.
Engine 511's crew speak with Prince William County police officers about clearing disable vehicles to the side of the road, while Ambulance 511's crew evaluates two patients off the roadway.

Significant intrusion into the vehicle's passenger compartment occurred.
Significant intrusion into the vehicle's passenger compartment occurred.

MVC with Patient Trapped

Vice President Steven King, January 20

The Thursday night duty crew responded to an early morning motor vehicle collision (MVC) shortly before the end of their shift. A pickup truck collided with a sedan leaving one person seriously injured and trapped inside the crumpled vehicle.

An off-duty Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue fire officer was the first firefighter to arrive on scene. He quickly assessed the accident ... (Full Story & Photos)

Santa Claus is coming!

Fire Captain Larry Price, December 09

Santa Claus will be coming to the area, Saturday December 17 and Sunday December 18 between 10am and 4pm each day. Listen for the fire truck and please remember safety is Santa's #1 priority, so make sure kids have adult supervision when they hear Santa coming down the street. Santa will be in the Splash Down Water Park side of Sudley Road on Saturday December 17th and the mall side of Sudley Road ... (Full Story & Photos)

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 27

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 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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)

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

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