Dumfries Triangle Volunteer Fire Department
Dumfries Triangle Volunteer Fire Department
Dumfries Triangle Volunteer Fire Department
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Join us on February 6th 2016 to Dedicate our new Rescue 503

Firefighter Steve Hailey, January 29

Join us at 10:30AM on February 6th, 2016 at Station 3 Fire for the dedication Ceremony of our new Rescue 503. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fully Involved Structure Fire

Firefighter Jesse Wadsworth, November 08

Engine 503 was dispatched for a report of heavy fire showing from a vacant house on Sharon Road in Dumfries-Triangle, VA. Upon arrival the home was fully involved and was determined by the on duty Battalion Chief that we would proceed with a defensive exterior attack. Engine 503 worked quickly to get a knock on the fire with the help of Engine 523 and Engine 510. After the fire was out Engine ... (Full Story & Photos)

Dumfries Fire Annual Picnic

Firefighter Steve Hailey, September 06

On Sunday 09/06/2015 the members and family of Dumfries-Triangle Volunteer Fire Department had their annual picnic in the park. Activities included a water slide, horseshoes, and face painting. Supervisor Maureen Caddigan stopped by for a few hours to show her support for the volunteers of PWC. There was lotss of fun and great food for all! ... (Full Story & Photos)

Cherry Hill Vehicle Fire

DTVFD, September 06

Early Sunday morning Engine 503 was alerted to a vehicle fire in a neighboring response area. While en route to the call additional information was given stating that the local PD discovered a van fully involved on a side street. Upon arrival to the scene the van was found to be completely engulfed in flames and power lines above the vehicle began to catch fire. Immediately the front bumper line was ... (Full Story & Photos)

Joplin/Jeff Davis Accident

DTVFD, September 05

Saturday evening Engine 503 was alerted to an auto accident close to the Marine Corps base with multiple injuries. Upon arrival to the scene the 2 vehicles involved were found in the middle of the intersection. Immediately Route 1 and Joplin road were shut down. Medic 503 assessed a total of 5 patients from both vehicles, A helicopter was requested as well as other resources and transport pieces. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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