Bowling Green Volunteer Fire Department

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Since
July 22, 2008
824,518
Visitors Today
Apr 19, 2021
104

2021 Incidents
Jan 107
Feb 121
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Volunteer Staffing Hours
Jan 894
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Total 1554

Past Incidents
2013 120
2012 1013
2011 996
2010 1013
2009 1019
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Caroline County's

1st Fire Department

Still Going Strong for Over 70 Years

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No Caption Volunteers Run MVA in Co 5's First

The Volunteers, March 23

On 3/23/2021 at 1842, Companies 5 and 1 along with Medic 5 were dispatched to the area of Signboard Rd and Burruss Ln for the reported Motor Vehicle Accident. With limited information, Squad 1 (w/3), Engine 1 (w/2), Medic 5 and Battalion 1 all responded. Medic 5 arrived on the scene first with a 2 vehicle accident, reporting heavy damage to both vehicles. Shortly after arriving, Medic 5 requested ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Squad and Engine Run 1st Due Trap Assignment

The Volunteers, March 07

On March 7, 2021 at 1847hrs Caroline transmitted the Motor Vehicle Accident with Entrapment in the 18000 block of AP Hill Blvd. Initial information advised of 2 vehicles, with 2 unconscious and entrapped patients. The Squad responded initially with the Medic along with Squad 2, Medic 2, Engine 1, Utility 1 and the Battalion Chief bringing the Squad on scene first advising of 2 vehicles in the roadway ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Company 1 Runs the Fully Involved Vehicle Fire

The Volunteers, March 02

On March 2nd, 2021 at 1852hrs, Caroline transmitted the vehicle fire in the 20000 block of Mattaponi Trl. Initial information reported a single vehicle in the roadway, fully involved. Upon the arrival of Medic 1, they confirmed the information and advised the Engine to take position for the fire attack. Moments later, command advised of water on the fire, and also requested an additional Medic for ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Brunswick Stew Sale!

The Volunteers, March 02

Support your local volunteers this weekend with our drive-thru Brunswick Stew Sale! Limited quantities are available, so please see the flyer for pre order information!... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Company 1 Triple Pulls on the Vehicle Fire Endangering a Structure

The Volunteers, February 21

On February 21, 2021, units were alerted for the vehicle fire endangering a structure at 1003hrs. Initial reports advised of a pickup truck fully involved in close proximity of a residence. Engine 1, Engine 2, Tanker 5, Wagon 1, Squad 1, Chief 10, BC1 and M116 all responded on the dispatch bringing E1 on scene first with a single pickup truck at the back of the house, with a small fire in the dash ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Squad Runs 1st Due Accident

The Volunteers, February 19

On February 19, 2021 at 1654hrs, Caroline alerted Company 1 for the single vehicle accident. Initial information advised of a single pickup truck that had struck a tree and came to rest in the middle of the roadway. A single patient was reported to have injuries. Squad 1 arrived to a single vehicle in the roadway with minor leaks. The crew mitigated the leaks and provided traffic control while the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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The Volunteers, February 15

Virginia's open burn law is in effect from now until April 30th. Open air fires are illegal until after 4pm daily, and can not have fuel added or be stoked after midnight. A fine of up to $500 could be issued to anyone not complying with this order by the Virginia Department of Forestry. Please see the attached file for more information on this important law.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Volunteers Run Numerous Calls During Ice Storm

The Volunteers, February 13

During the weekend of February 13, during a treacherous mix of snow and ice, the Volunteers responded to multiple reports of trees down, wires down, vehicle accidents, fire alarms and a residential assignment. Low temperatures and constant precipitation caused road conditions to deteriorate quickly and caused many hazards throughout the weekend. We are extremely grateful for the members that took ... (Full Story & Photos)

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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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