Weekly Call Summary May 4 – 10, 2014

Gloucester Volunteer Fire and Rescue Squad, Inc. responded to the following calls between May 4 and May 10, 2014:

60 Medical Calls

3 Brush Fires

4 Motor Vehicle Collisions

1 Fire Alarm

1 Tree on a power line

1 Call with no incident found upon arrival

1 Possible Downed Plane

1 Mutual Aid to AVFR for a Vehicle and Brush Fire

3 Mutual Aid to AVFR for a Structure Fire

On May 9, 2014 at approximately 2:55pm, Gloucester Volunteer Fire and Rescue, Inc. responded to a report of a possible plane crash. Multiple callers in the Allmondsville area stated that a plane sounded like it was having engine problems as it circled multiple times around the area. Gloucester Volunteer Fire and Rescue, Inc., Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office, Virginia State Police, York County Fire and Life Safety, LifeEvac 3, Virginia Marine Resource Commission, Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, the Civil Air Patrol, and several private planes searched from Purton Bay to the Cappahosic area. Nothing was found after approximately three hours of searching, and GVFRS called off our resources. GVFRS responded one heavy rescue truck, one medic unit, two engines, one brush truck, and at least 30 members.

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