Mechanicsville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.
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No Caption Crews Respond to Lunch Time Car Fire

Mechanicsville Volunteers, February 16

At 12:31 hours, Company 2 and surrounding departments responded to a reported vehicle on fire near a house.

Chief 2, Engines 21, 23, and Squad 2 made the response moments after dispatch.
Chief 2 arrived and advised a vehicle well off in the front yard and to hold it with units from Company 2.

Eventually the assignment was scaled back to Engine 21 and Engine 23.

Both units operated on scene for ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Company Responds to Serious MVC in Budds Creek

Mechanicsville Volunteers, February 07

At 2011 hours, Rescue Squad 2, Squad 1002, EMS Stations 29, 1002, and SMALS were alerted to Thompsons Corner Road in the area of Bethel Church Road for the Serious MVA, reported one patient trapped and unconscious. Rescue Squad 2(Capt. Raley) and Rescue Engine 22(Lt. Busl) marked up responding immediately with 12 volunteers. Engine 21 and Squad 1002 marked up moments later.

Rescue Company 2 arrived ... (Full Story & Photos)

Company Responds to Serious MVC in Budds Creek
Company Responds to Serious MVC in Budds Creek

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No Caption MVA Reported Serious Sends One to Trauma Center

Mechanicsville Volunteers, February 06

At 0449 hours, Squads 2 and 1002, EMS Companies 29, 79, 1002, and SMALS were alerted for a serious MVA with possibly one trapped at Three Notch Road and Baptist Church Road. Squad 2 arrived on scene first to find a T-bone style accident involving an unoccupied commuter bus and a pick up truck.

Captain Raley had arrived on scene just prior and advised Squad 2 that the patient was still in vehicle ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Department Signs Contract for New Engine-Tanker

Mechanicsville Volunteers, January 29

Over the last 3 months, the Apparatus committee has been hard at work laying out a specification list for a new Engine Tanker. The committee worked diligently to design a piece of equipment that could operate as both an engine and a tanker as the unit will run as both regularly.


A couple of the key design points are listed below:

• Enforcer 60” cab and chassis with 10” raised roof and seating for ... (Full Story & Photos)

Our Apparatus Salesman Randy, President Montgomery, and Fire Chief Trowbridge signing the contract while the Board of Directors oversee.
Our Apparatus Salesman Randy, President Montgomery, and Fire Chief Trowbridge signing the contract while the Board of Directors oversee.

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Midday Triple Pull
Midday Triple Pull

Midday Triple Pull

Mechanicsville Volunteers , January 18

On Friday just after 1400 Squad 2 and Tanker 2 were alerted to respond to Sandy Bottom Road in Hollywood’s first due for a working house fire.

With that, Squad 2 with 7, Tanker 24 with 7, and Tanker 2 with 2 made the response immediately after dispatch.

While units were enroute, Chief 7 declared a MAYDAY for a crew member from Engine 72 after the 1st floor collapsed into the basement on top of ... (Full Story & Photos)

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2018 - A Year in Review

Mechanicsville Volunteers, January 16

2018 was a very busy year for the MVFD Volunteers.
This was our second busiest year ever with a total of 907 incidents, in 2016 we had 931.

The following is the call type break down for 2018 with some other statistics.
372 Rescue / EMS type incidents (181 accidents)
177 Fire type incidents
158 Hazardous Conditions (Fluids, washdowns, wires/trees down)
81 False Alarm incidents
65 Service calls
32 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Firefighters responded to this single vehicle rollover on Mechanicsville Road
Firefighters responded to this single vehicle rollover on Mechanicsville Road

Volunteers Run Mechanicsville Road Entrapment

Mechanicsville Volunteers, January 15

Rescue Engine 22 was alerted to the area of 26051 Mechanicsville Road for the serious motor vehicle accident. Units arrived to find a single vehicle on its side into a utility pole with the operator trapped.

Firefighters stabilized the vehicle and flapped the roof to free the lone occupant. Not complaining of any injuries, a signed refusal was obtained by Ambulance 296.

Units operated for approximately ... (Full Story & Photos)

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