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GVFRS is currently working a structure fire off Rollins Lane. #gvfrs ... See MoreSee Less
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The following run totals are from Monday June 14, 2021 to Sunday June 20, 2021:Total 74 Calls;Medical - 58Motor Vehicle Accident - 9Fire/Alarm - 4Fire/Brush - 1Fire/Vehicle - 1 Landing zone - 1#gvfrs ... See MoreSee Less
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Gloucester Volunteer Fire and Rescue units responded to a motor vehicle accident in the 4000 block of Hickory Fork Road at 4:40 pm with one person trap. The roadway was shut down while the extrication took place. Roadway is now back open for normal traffic. Va State Police also assisted. ... See MoreSee Less
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The following run totals are from Monday June 7, 2021 to Sunday June 13, 2021:Total 73 Calls;Medical - 60Motor Vehicle Accident - 5Fire/Other - 1Fire/Brush - 1Fire/Structure - 1Fire/Alarm - 5#gvfrs ... See MoreSee Less
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Does your family have any CHILDREN’S BATTERY OPERATED RIDING TOYS? We responded to a call for a children’s riding dump truck on fire this afternoon and arrived to find it fully involved and well on its way to becoming 100% carbon residue. All that was left were a few small pieces of metal! The homeowner reported to us that “it had quit working this morning”. They looked outside and saw smoke, and when they went outside to investigate found it in flames! The riding toy dump truck was NOT being charged! The homeowner reported that they had bought it used for $50. Imagine what would have happened if this toy had been stored inside their home, garage or shed! If you have a similar type riding toy, you might consider storing it outdoors, under a tarp away from any structures. Your Gloucester Volunteer Fire Prevention Team is available to provide Fire Safety Surveys and Presentations for residences, civic groups and businesses by appointment. Simply visit www.GVFRS.org and click on the Fire Prevention Page and complete the interactive form. You will receive a response within 24 hours. ... See MoreSee Less
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The following run totals are from Monday May 31, 2021 to Sunday June 6, 2021:Total 74 Calls;Medical - 62Motor Vehicle Accident - 4Fire/Other - 1Landing Zone - 2 Fire/Structure - 2Fire/Alarm - 3#gvfrs ... See MoreSee Less
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The following run totals are from Monday May 24, 2021 to Sunday May 30, 2021:Total 87 Calls;Medical - 75Motor Vehicle Accident - 6Landing Zone - 1Fire/Brush - 1Fire/Alarm - 4#gvfrs ... See MoreSee Less
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Hey folks, summer is finally here and its time to get outside to enjoy all sorts of outdoor activities! We want you to be, and stay, safe with all your outside adventures so that you don't get a ride to the hospital in our red "boo boo bus" and we don't have to come extinguish a wildland fire, or worse, a fire at your home. Whether you're going camping, swimming, bicycle riding, or just staying home enjoying a firepit outside your home, or celebrating something with fireworks, take a moment to view this short video produced by FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency) and the U.S. Fire Administration . Have a fun and safe summer!youtu.be/BnzC4h5MXpQ ... See MoreSee Less
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Boating and outside grilling are big parts of our Gloucester lifestyle! Our friends at Abingdon Volunteer Fire and Rescue Inc. posted the following Boating Safety Tips and National Fire Protection Association Grilling Statistics. Just like Abingdon Volunteer Fire & Rescue, our personnel stand ready to assist those in need on land and on the water. Please take a few moments to read over this information so that we don’t have to rescue YOU! ... See MoreSee Less
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The following run totals are from Monday May 17, 2021 to Sunday May 23, 2021:Total 94 Calls;Medical - 77Motor Vehicle Accident - 10Fire/Other - 2Landing Zone - 2 Fire/Structure - 1Fire/Alarm - 1Public Assist - 1 #gvfrs ... See MoreSee Less
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