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
Sep 107 330
Oct 116 405
Nov 94 348
Dec

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
1,080,645
Visitors Today
Dec 16, 2017
348

       


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The Stonewall Jackson Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad 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.

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Public Information Officer Amy Tarte, November 27

Santa Claus will be coming to visit our community this weekend, Saturday, December 2nd and Sunday, December 3rd between 10am and 4pm each day. Listen for the sirens and please remember safety is Santa's #1 priority. Parents, please make sure kids have adult supervision when they hear Santa coming down the street. We will be visiting the Splash Down Water Park side of Sudley Road on Saturday December ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Participates in Recruit Burns

Chief Tom Wood, November 04

Chief Wood had the opportunity to observe and participate in the live burns conducted by Volunteer Recruit School 18003. Students from Stonewall Jackson VFD, Occoquan-Woodbridge-Lorton VFD, Dumfries Triangle VFD, Nokesville VFD, Dale City VFD, and Manassas City spent the day extinguishing live fires, locating and removing trapped "victims," and practicing forcible entry and ladder skills. Chief Wood ... (Full Story & Photos)

Chief Wood and an Instructor observe as recruits from Stonewall Jackson and Dale City assist in advancing a hoseline into the building.
Chief Wood and an Instructor observe as recruits from Stonewall Jackson and Dale City assist in advancing a hoseline into the building.

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No Caption Product Safety Recall - Kidde Fire Extinguishers

Public Information Officer, Amy Hoffman, November 02

RECALL NOTICE: Kidde (a very common fire extinguisher and smoke detector brand) is recalling about 37.8 million plastic-handled fire extinguishers in the U.S. because they can clog or simply fail to activate during a fire emergency. Check your fire extinguishers against the Recall notice: https://inmarmarketaction.com/kidde/Kidde284US/

This product recall involves two styles of Kidde disposable fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Open House a Big Success

Public Information Officer Amy Hoffman, October 14

Our 2017 Open House held on October 14th hosted many members of our community here at station 11. Demonstrations of gear dressing drills, AirCare helicopter landing, and vehicle extrications were just some of the highlights. Kids of all ages used the fire hose to put out a simulated house fire, dunked some of our volunteers in a dunk tank, bounced in the bounce-house, and enjoyed hot dogs and cotton ... (Full Story & Photos)

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The back of the town house was engulfed in fire before crews acted swiftly to extinguish the flames and protect the adjacent homes.
The back of the town house was engulfed in fire before crews acted swiftly to extinguish the flames and protect the adjacent homes.

Crews Dispatched to Three Fires

Vice President Drew Meadows, September 28

On Thursday, September 28, The engine and ambulance crews were busy into the early morning responding to three fires. Even before dinner, Engine 511 had already been dispatched to a fire in Gainesville and then been placed in service en route by units on scene. After winding their way back to Sudley, they pulled into a local pizzeria and ordered dinner, only to receive a call for a first due fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

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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)

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No Caption 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)

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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)

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.

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