Bowling Green Volunteer Fire Department

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Engine Company Goes First Due On A Second Due House Fire

The Volunteers , July 24

At 07:25 hours the Box Alarm was transmitted for Newtow Rd bringing Engine 1 with 3 personnel. Communication were getting reports of smoke and fire from the 2nd story. Medic 110 arrived on the scene to find a single family dwelling reporting smoke showing. Engine 1 arrived seconds later and laid a line down the driveway from Newtown Rd to find the same. Engine 1's crew stretched an 1" 3/4 attack line ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine Runs Crash Involving RV

The Voulnteers , July 23

Shortly after lunch Company 1 was alerted for a auto accident involving an overturned RV in the area of the Bowling Green Bypass and Chase Street in Bowling Green . The Caroline E.C.C was receiving multiple reports of a RV that had overturned several times. Engine 1 was first to arrive to find one vehicle on all four wheels and a RV on its side. All patients denied transport and treatment.
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Engine 1 With One Trapped In Company 3s Due

The Volunteers, July 18

At 18:00 hours Engine 1 was alerted for an auto accident with people trapped and one vehicle on fire in the area of Tidewater Trail and Hicks Landing Road. The Engine responded with a total of 4 Personnel, Medic 110 was first to arrive to find two vehicles, one off the roadway overturned and fully engulfed into a tree, and one other vehicle upright in the roadway with one trapped. Engine 1 then arrived ... (Full Story & Photos)

Wagon and Squad Goes To Work With One Trapped In 2nd Due

The Volunteers , June 23

At 22:32 hours the Engine and Rescue were alerted to the Auto Accident at Woodford Road and Rozell Road. The Wagon and the Rescue responded with 7 and arrived on the scene to find 5 patients with one trapped. The Rescue's crew immediately went to work stabilizing the vehicle while Wagon 1's Lineman deployed the Bumper Line. Once the vehicle was stabilized the extrication was started. The Rescue's ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine and DC 10 Run Box Alarm In Belmont

The Volunteers , May 17

Shortly after 08:30 hours the Bowling Green Volunteers were alerted for a residential fire on Gallant Fox Way in the Belmont Subdivision. Bringing the wagon and DC 10. Chief 10 Arrived on scene first to find a single family dwelling with fire showing on the 2nd floor. Engine 2 went on scene, picked up a water supply, and advanced a 1 3/4" attack line. Wagon 1 arrived seconds later and began a aggressive ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine, Rescue And DC 10 Run First Due House

The Volunteers, April 26

Shortly after lunch Engine # 1 was alerted for the reported smoke coming from the house on Scotts Lane in the Bowling Green District . While enroute Caroline E.C.C. advised responding units that they were receiving multiple calls. DC 10 arrived first to find a single story wood frame structure with fire showing from side Alpha. Engine 1 advanced an attack line but was met with extreme conditions ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due House Fire

The Volunteers , April 10

At 02:34 hours Engine 1 was dispatched for a residential structure fire at on Fredericksburg Turnpike . Engine 1 arrived on scene and advised E.C.C that they had a single story residential with smoke showing from the eves on sides Bravo, Charlie, and Delta. The crew advanced the 200' front attack line through side Alpha to gain access to the attic and commenced getting a knock on the fire. Fort ... (Full Story & Photos)

Early Morning Pin Job

Volunteers , September 30

Engine 1 was alerted for an auto accident with reported entrapment in the area of Rogers Clark and Dry Bridge Road. Medic 226 quickly arrived to find a single vehicle collision with one pinned with serious injuries. Engine 2 stabilized the vehicle and began extrication efforts. Seconds later Engine 1 arrived and completed the extrication by removing the driver’s side of the vehicle and the roof. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Now we who are strong have an obligation to bear the weaknesses of those without strength, and not to please ourselves.  Romans 15:1

 


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